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Airlines can expect to bleed up to $157 billion in losses until people fly normally again, making 2020 the worst year in aviation history, industry body IATA says

'Travel is impossible': The global aviation industry is calling for borders to reopen without a vaccine or quarantines

The world's airlines say they won't recover until 2024, reflecting a new wave of pessimism as the pandemic rages on

People are even less willing to fly now than they were at the height of coronavirus lockdowns

Lawmakers are slamming Frontier Airlines after it tried to market CDC-recommended social distancing as an add-on perk

Amid demand plummets linked to the coronavirus, airlines project that this could be their worst year since the global financial crisis

President Trump's trade wars, Boeing's 737 Max scandal, and rising oil prices are causing a $7.5 billion headache for airlines, industry group says

A viral rumour after the Lion Air crash claims the airline already had the worst possible safety rating — but it isn’t true

The odds of having a vacant seat beside you on your next flight are getting smaller

Qantas boss Alan Joyce had the perfect riposte to the controversial Qatar Airways CEO

Airline CEOs are warning that plane tickets are about to get more expensive

Surging air cargo growth provides yet another indicator that the global economy is doing alright

This indicator on the health of the global economy is growing at the fastest pace in 6 years

This one major sector is cashing in on low oil prices

This one key indicator suggests global economic growth is weakening

Activity in key transport lines is slowing, and it's a worrying sign for the global economy

Global air travel has suddenly stopped growing, and it could be a worrying sign

Global air travel is booming

CHARTS: This flight data is more evidence all is not well in Asia

Qantas Will Be Paying Special Attention To A Meeting Tonight Of Global Aviation Authorities On Warzone Risks To Airlines