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Airline weather shocks come faster than ever as climate changes

Extreme weather is no longer exceptional, and that’s forcing changes at some of the world’s most diligent storm trackers: airlines. Weather delays in the U.S. have been trending higher the past four years, upending historical patterns and jumping to an 11-year high for this year’s summer storm season, according to government

Ethiopian diverts Enugu flights to Port Harcourt

Following the closure of Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu, Ethiopian Airlines says it plans to begin flight operations from Port Harcourt International airport. The airline’s Chief Operating Officer, Mesfin Tasew, who made this known on Thursday, said the service from Port Harcourt would begin on September 3. Tasew said Ethiopian Airlines remained

United Airlines streamlines baggage check-in

United Airlines has introduced new technology designed to make the baggage check-in process simpler and faster. The Chicago-based carrier pays a lot of attention to checking bags because the fees to do so generate tens of millions of dollars in incremental revenue for the airline every year. United’s Chief Digital Officer Linda

British Airways strike: BA pilots announce September dates

British Airways pilots are to strike on 9, 10 and 27 September in a dispute over pay, the British Airline Pilots Association (Balpa) has said.   The three-day strike - the first by BA pilots - could cause severe disruption, as Balpa represents about 90% of the airline's pilots. The union said strikes

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