US to lower Mexico’s aviation safety rating

The American government is making preparations to lower the aviation safety rating of Mexico, thereby preventing Mexican airlines from adding additional flights from the United States, according to knowledgeable sources. An announcement is expected to be made on the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA's) intended step, which ensues a protracted assessment of Mexico's oversight of aviation. … Continue reading US to lower Mexico’s aviation safety rating

Asian economies losing vibrance due to coronavirus outbreak

As China reports 31,000 cases of infection and 636 deaths, the outbreak of coronavirus has threatened to cause multi-million dollar losses in the travel industry, according to the World Tourism Organization (WTO). Before the coronavirus, the WTO predicted a 3 to 4 percent growth in global tourism this year, compared to the 1.5 billion tourists who … Continue reading Asian economies losing vibrance due to coronavirus outbreak

Best airlines in Asia-Pacific and the world

Jetstar Asia has, once again, won the most punctual low-cost carrier (LCC) in Asia-Pacific. It is also one of the top 10 safest low-cost airlines, according to flight information company OAG’s Punctuality League for 2019. Jetstar Asia retains its position as the second most punctual in the world at 84.13 percent on-time performance (OTP) behind … Continue reading Best airlines in Asia-Pacific and the world

Why this racist Airline stopped a black woman from helping a dying passenger

A beautiful black lady who's a doctor by profession says cabin crew at Delta Airlines refused to believe she was a health professional when another passenger suffered a medical emergency. Dr Tamika Cross, a physician from Houston in Texas, was flying from Detroit on Delta airlines when a man a few seats in front of … Continue reading Why this racist Airline stopped a black woman from helping a dying passenger