January 06, 2023


Sofema Aviation Services shares the latest events in the Aviation business from around the world in our Aviation Weekly News Roundup:

> The world’s most punctual airlines in 2022 were…
This week we’ve seen air passengers stranded in the Philippines after a power outage, flight delays in Florida and Denver, as well as the ongoing saga of Southwest Airlines’ winter holiday meltdown. Read more

>> Power outages at Philippine airports disrupt travel for thousands
Hundreds of flights in and out of Manila were halted due to air traffic control malfunction, stranding passengers at airports. Read more

> Christmas 2022 flights were 49% higher than the previous year
Flights over the festive period from the UK were 49% higher than in the previous period highlighting the continued post-pandemic revival of air travel. Read more

>> 2022 – The year aviation and tourism took off again
Passengers returned to the skies in huge numbers in 2022, after two years of travel restrictions during the Covid-19 pandemic which grounded the aviation industry. Read more

> Operators Still Grapple with Brexit Two Years Later
Two years have passed since the UK formally exited the European Union (Brexit) and a new set of rules and regulations covering trade, travel, and business came into play. Read more

>> Upcoming Webinar Session dedicated to EASA Part 145 & EASA Part 145 SMS Train the Trainer
Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) is pleased to invite you to the EASA Part 145 & EASA Part 145 SMS Train the Trainer webinar session that is coming in February 2023. Read more


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