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Air travel within China almost returns to “pre-pandemic levels”

Domestic air travel in China has nearly fully recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to data released Wednesday by ForwardKeys, which predicted the Chinese...

Kenya’s COVID-19 cases near 20,000 as air travel set to resume

Kenya's total number of COVID-19 cases neared 20,000 on Thursday after 788 people tested positive to the virus from 5,521 samples in the last...
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The Challenging Science Under Airliner Innovation

Innovation in aircraft technology will improve every aspect of air travel, including whether movies make you weepy, how your Bloody Mary tastes, and even...

Dubai to use facial recognition in place of passports at airports

Travellers to Dubai will soon walk straight from the flight to baggage claim area as biometric tunnels will do airport checks at the Dubai...
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Blanket of fog disrupts air travel at airports in London

London's major airports were badly affected Monday as a blanket of freezing fog hit large areas of Britain. By midday more than 100 flights...

West African countries speak up on Airports construction

By Dominick Andoh West African countries are investing heavily in aviation infrastructure in anticipation of future growth in air travel. This is informed by the...
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Air travel: When Self-Help is Really the Best Help

Air travel used to be stressful and overwhelming, especially at the airport. Issues such as the risk of being late for a flight, the...

Air travel safe from Ebola

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has reiterated its position that the risk of transmission of Ebola Virus, during air travel remains low. A statement issued...
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Ebola Is Not Airborne-WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday reiterated its position that the risk of transmission of Ebola virus disease during air travel remained low. ?Unlike...