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Global air traffic is up to three-quarters of pre-pandemic levels
Travellers have returned to the skies as the last COVID-19 border restrictions have eased.
Why did a Chinese rocket force Spain to close its airspace today?
Fearing that the falling debris posed a threat to flights, Spanish air control shut the airspace over the northeastern region of Catalonia and three other regions.
TAP pilots protesting against working conditions
More than 400 pilots from the Portuguese airline TAP marched silently from Lisbon airport to the company's headquarters for better working conditions.
Scandinavia’s biggest airline files for bankruptcy after pilot strikes
SAS acknowledges that the strikes by Scandinavian pilot unions will continue to impact operations.
Flight delays after technical glitch closes Swiss airspace
Switzerland has reopened its airspace, following a short closure Wednesday morning due to a 'breakdown' at air traffic control.
Ryanair must pay Italian social security for some Bergamo staff — ECJ
Ryanair failed to produce evidence that every crew member was covered by Irish-issued E101 certificates, so the European Court of Justice ruled they are effectively Italian employees.
Long queues and delays expected at most European airports this summer
Long queues for check-in and security are expected to continue over the summer, aviation experts have warned, as increased demand puts pressure on European airports
Why could Poland 'drastically reduce' flights to Warsaw in May?
Air traffic controllers in Poland are threatening to quit their jobs over poor working hours and pay.
Spain is testing out a traffic control system for drones
The flight test is trialling a platform that aims to minimise collisions by detecting when drones fly too close too each other and proposing evasive manoeuvres to pilots.
Russia jammed passenger plane GPS signal, French official says
Planes flying over Finland and the Baltic Sea reported interference with satellite navigation after Russia invaded Ukraine.
Europe air travel: What do the new flight paths mean for your journey?
Planes are having to use hours more 'fuel burn' to get to their destinations, with Finnair particularly impacted by the airspace bans.
‘Bull**** flights’: How to have a debate on legitimate air traffic
Aviation is a global justice issue, writes the Stay Grounded network. So what can we do about it?
What are ‘ghost flights’ and why are they fuelling the climate crisis?
Lufthansa airline has revealed it is making 18,000 unnecessary flights this winter, simply to keep its airport slots under EU rules.
Jetpacks, flying cars and taxi drones: The future of urban transport?
The advanced air mobility market is expected to be worth €15 billion by 2025 - but is it more fiction than science?
Suspected illegal migrants flee plane after Mallorca emergency landing
It appeared to be an elaborate scheme to enter Spain by would-be migrants from Morocco.
Brazilian pop singer Marília Mendonça dies in plane crash
Four other passengers also perished after the plane crashed between Mendonça's hometown of Goiania and Caratinga, a small city in Minas Gerais state.
La Palma volcano: Ash cloud forces new airport shutdown
Scientists warn the situation is still tense and unpredictable as the Cumbre Vieja volcano continues to erupt on the Spanish island of La Palma.
Portugal flights disrupted in second day of airports strike
A strike by ground handling workers at Portugal's airports forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights this weekend.
Europe's air traffic 'might not get back to normal until 2029'
It could be a full decade before Europe's air traffic gets back to pre-pandemic levels, it's been claimed.
Albania sends troops and police to end air traffic control strike
Air traffic controllers were striking over pay, causing more than a dozen flights at Albania's one international airport to be cancelled.