Several tourism spots around the world have been rendered 'ghost towns' as the Covid-19 pandemic continued to curtail travel and ravaged the tourism sector.
Singapore's flag carrier, which has cut thousands of jobs and grounded nearly all its planes this year, offered passengers the chance to dine on board two of the world's biggest passenger jets.
China's Civil Aviation Administration sent notices to dozens of airlines around the world in April asking them to adhere to Beijing's standards when referring to Taiwan.
As more people opt to travel by air, some airlines are tapping into a market that takes consumer experiences to greater heights.
Improving passenger and cargo numbers saw the Asian carrier increase profits in the second quarter, but analysts warned of future challenges.
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