With travel and Covid in the blood, which one will win, and at what cost?
Not quite the way Lennon envisioned in Imagine, but an invisible virus will refine globalism, make us accountable, and make travel a richer, more immersive experience, but in smaller numbers
How Covid-19 virus has upended the world, reshaping travel and hammering stocks
A growing issue, however, is the "institutionalisation" of endemic delays with hugely padded flight times.
Hong Kong seems transfixed with the symptoms, not the cure
Questions multiply about flight testing for the B737 MAX-8, MCAS software refinements, whistle-blowers and passenger confidence
The regulatory framework must look at the integrity of new aircraft designs as well as seemingly innocuous cost savings on assembly lines that may have a multiplier effect on product performance
Which airports offer the most comfortable sleeping zones and where to find the most snooze-friendly facilities
Student movements the world over - when they won, or even when they spectacularly failed - have left an indelible mark on society
Beijing's zero-sum loyalty trap loses a profitable Hong Kong. Can the new chief make a difference?
In-flight electronics ban poses questions without offering answers
Why people come first and what the Marriott-Starwood combine means for travellers. Hotels can smile and survive or sulk and sink