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  1. Taoiseach Martin, leader of the Fianna Fail party leaves Convention Centre Dublin

    Health officials warn new Irish PM over reopening air travel

    New Irish Prime Minister Micheál Martin said on Monday he would take a cautious approach to opening up air travel after health authorities warned ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: A United Airlines passenger jet takes off with New York City as a backdrop

    United Airlines says air travel demand improving

    United Airlines Holdings Inc said on Tuesday it has seen a moderate improvement in demand for air travel so far in May in the United States and ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Delta Airlines sit at Reagan National Airport outside Washington.

    Delta to invest US$1 billion to curb global air travel's climate impact

    Delta Air Lines Inc said on Friday it will invest US$1 billion over the next decade in initiatives that would limit the impact of global air ...
  4. FILE PHOTO:  Delta Air Lines planes are shown parked at their gates at the airport in Salt Lake City

    Delta predicts 2020 profit growth; CEO says more people turning to air travel

    Delta Air Lines Inc sees another annual rise in profit and revenue in 2020 driven by what Chief Executive Ed Bastian called a growing interest in ...
  5. An aeroplane departs Gatwick airport

    'Flight shaming' threatens air travel demand beyond Europe: IATA chief

    This summer, U.S. airlines have enjoyed booming flight demand, immune to a Swedish-born "flight shaming" movement that has hit air travel in ...
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    Commentary: Air travel’s huge carbon footprint and its climate-friendlier alternatives

    More than a century since humans learned to fly, we need to revolutionise how we stay up there, say two experts in urban planning.
  7. FILE PHOTO: Carsten Spohr, CEO of German airline Lufthansa AG speaks at the company's annual s

    Lufthansa CEO sees no 'Greta Effect' on passenger numbers

    German airline Lufthansa expects passenger numbers to rise about 4per cent this year, its chief executive told a newspaper, playing down talk ...