In this cross-posting from Australian Aviation’s sister title Lawyers Weekly, Jerome Doraisamy speaks to HFW partner Mert Hifzi and senior associate James Jordan, who argue the aviation industry has been made a scapegoat during the coronavirus pandemic.
In this cross-posting from Australian Aviation’s sister title Lawyers Weekly, Jerome Doraisamy speaks to HFW partner Mert Hifzi and senior associate James Jordan on how the business of aviation will change after the coronavirus pandemic has subsided. The legal tasks for professionals in the aviation space keep piling up, say two senior lawyers from HFW.
IATA expects airlines around the world to collectively post net profit of US$29.3bln in 2020 as fears of a global recession ease and oil prices stabilise.
Campaigns that call on people to fly less do little to support aviation’s push towards lowering carbon emissions, a senior Qantas executive says. Earlier in 2019, the Swedish government started asking people to reconsider the need to fly. This content is available exclusively to Australian Aviation members. LoginBecome a MemberTo continue reading the rest of
An IATA 2019 survey showed 70 per cent of passengers were willing to share personal information such as biometric data to speed up processes at the airport.