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VOLOCOPTER CONDUCTS SOUTH KOREA'S FIRST CREWED PUBLIC AIR TAXI TEST FLIGHT

Volocopter GmbH | November 12, 2021

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German urban air mobility (UAM) pioneer, Volocopter, has completed the first test flight with its 2X aircraft in Seoul, South Korea. It was the first ever crewed public test flight of a fully electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) air taxi in South Korea. The Republic's Minister for Land, Infrastructure, and Transport (MOLIT) Noh Hyeong Ouk witnessed the historical test flight, marking a milestone in Volocopter's plan of introducing air taxis globally. The 5-minute...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES OBSERVES DECREASED DEMAND, FORECASTS INTERNATIONAL CAPACITY DROP FOR 2021

American Airlines | July 02, 2020

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American Airlines on Thursday forecast a 25 percent drop in its long-haul international summer capacity in 2021 over 2019, as the carrier curtails operations to cope with a slump in travel demand because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company will also discontinue several international routes that were once popular leisure destinations but are now expected to see decreased demand. “In an effort to match low demand resulting from the coronavirus outbreak, the airline will realign its ...

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GLOBAL AIRLINE ALLIANCES INITIATES PANDEMIC RESPONSES FOR CUSTOMER SAFETY

Global Airline | July 07, 2020

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In response to the coronavirus pandemic that has decimated aviation demand, the three global airline alliances have each launched initiatives to assure safety and health, and to rebuild confidence in air travel. The programs include providing passengers with information about the measures individual members airlines are taking, and developing specific protocols around cleanliness and social distancing. The programs reflect many efforts across the travel industry to bring together safety a...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES PREPARES TO DROP SOME SERVICE TO SMALLER CITIES AS EXPIRATION OF FEDERAL AID NEARS

American Airlines | August 13, 2020

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American Airlines is preparing to scrap flights serving two dozen small and medium cities as the expiration of federal coronavirus aid that placed restrictions on carriers from cutting service approaches, according to an executive at the airline. Carriers are required to maintain minimum levels of service through Sept. 30 under a $25 billion federal aid package that also prohibited layoffs through the end of the third quarter. American was granted $5.8 billion in support under the program....

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AEROSPACE

VOLOCOPTER CONDUCTS SOUTH KOREA'S FIRST CREWED PUBLIC AIR TAXI TEST FLIGHT

Volocopter GmbH | November 12, 2021

German urban air mobility (UAM) pioneer, Volocopter, has completed the first test flight with its 2X aircraft in Seoul, South Korea. It was the first ever crewed public test flight of a fully electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) air taxi in South Korea. The Republic's Minister for Land, Infrastructure, and Transport (MOLIT) Noh Hyeong Ouk witnessed the historical test flight, marking a milestone in Volocopter's plan of introducing air taxis globally. The 5-minute...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES OBSERVES DECREASED DEMAND, FORECASTS INTERNATIONAL CAPACITY DROP FOR 2021

American Airlines | July 02, 2020

American Airlines on Thursday forecast a 25 percent drop in its long-haul international summer capacity in 2021 over 2019, as the carrier curtails operations to cope with a slump in travel demand because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company will also discontinue several international routes that were once popular leisure destinations but are now expected to see decreased demand. “In an effort to match low demand resulting from the coronavirus outbreak, the airline will realign its ...

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GLOBAL AIRLINE ALLIANCES INITIATES PANDEMIC RESPONSES FOR CUSTOMER SAFETY

Global Airline | July 07, 2020

In response to the coronavirus pandemic that has decimated aviation demand, the three global airline alliances have each launched initiatives to assure safety and health, and to rebuild confidence in air travel. The programs include providing passengers with information about the measures individual members airlines are taking, and developing specific protocols around cleanliness and social distancing. The programs reflect many efforts across the travel industry to bring together safety a...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES PREPARES TO DROP SOME SERVICE TO SMALLER CITIES AS EXPIRATION OF FEDERAL AID NEARS

American Airlines | August 13, 2020

American Airlines is preparing to scrap flights serving two dozen small and medium cities as the expiration of federal coronavirus aid that placed restrictions on carriers from cutting service approaches, according to an executive at the airline. Carriers are required to maintain minimum levels of service through Sept. 30 under a $25 billion federal aid package that also prohibited layoffs through the end of the third quarter. American was granted $5.8 billion in support under the program....

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