IATA forecasts: "Aviation will recover strongly in 2022"
According to IATA, in the coming year, airlines in all regions of the world will record a recovery, even airlines in The North US are expected to be profitable. The business of the world aviation industry will gradually recover in 2022 after the great damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic for the past two years.See more
Aviation history through interesting numbers
Along with the development of the tourism industry, aviation is increasingly developing. People travel by plane more and more, and therefore, the need to understand more interesting things related to this field is increasing. Here are some interesting things about aviation, according to the compilation of Baatraining, one of the three largest independent flight training centers in Europe.See more
The US reopens aviation: World aviation shows signs of improvement.
The United States prepared to welcome a large wave of international passengers after the airline was opened at 00:01 on 9/11. This was the first time that US airlines reopened after 20 months of closure to control the pandemic. The US's resumption of long-haul flights forced many other aviation markets to open up if they didn't want to lose.See more