Credit: EmiratesEmirates' latest COVID-19 safety measures give a shocking glimpse of what post-lockdown travel could look like, with ground and cabin crew wearing full protective clothing and a ban on large items of hand luggage.
Credit: AirbusThe Securities Investors Association has submitted a list of queries to the board of Singapore Airlines (SIA) prior to the carrier’s emergency general meeting on the S$15 billion ($10.5 billion) cash call proposal to raise funds for the airline amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonAll Nippon Airways Holdings has significantly cut its estimated profit for its fiscal year that ended March 31, attributable to a decrease in revenue linked to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Credit: Nigel Howarth/Aviation WeekVirgin Australia has entered voluntary administration and the airline’s management is proposing to keep as much of the airline intact as possible when it reemerges under a new ownership structure.
Credit: Joe PriesTaiwan’s China Airlines has come to an agreement with its union to begin salary cuts for all employees starting from May 1 as its interim Q1 figures show revenue dipping amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Credit: Joe PriesWelcome to Routes’ weekly look at how the Middle East and African aviation markets are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, helping you understand the schedule changes and manage the impact so we can navigate through this crisis together.
Credit: Joe PriesThe European Commission has approved a Danish state guarantee of up to €137 million ($149 million) for Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), ruling that the funding is in line with EU state-aid rules.
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