Alitalia will relaunch in June with a reduced fleet of around 90 aircraft, Italy’s economic development minister Stefano Patuanelli told a parliamentary hearing April 23.
Korean Air Parks A380s, No Plans To Retire Fleet
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Korean Air operates 10 A380s, all of which have been placed into long-term storage. However, the carrier remains confident that these aircraft will come back into active service to fly to routes in Europe and North America.
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CAAS launched Tell Sarah on July 27 2020, right in the middle of the virus crisis.
Aeromexico plans to slash its capacity by 80% in the 2020 second quarter (Q2) while working to convince Mexico’s government of the country’s airlines’ need for financial aid as credit markets tighten during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Certificated repair stations located on airports are among the U.S. aviation contractors eligible for payroll support established by the COVID-19 pandemic relief act, the U.S. Treasury confirmed, but the department has not weighed in on off-airport shops.
Indonesian authorities have prohibited domestic air travel from April 24 to June 1, representing a major change for a market that has so far been less affected by coronavirus-related flight suspensions than many other countries.
Lufthansa Technik has launched a new service in response to the surge in demand for cargo services since the COVID-19 crisis has grounded the vast majority of passenger aircraft and with them their belly capacity.
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