Credit: LATAM Cargo GroupWelcome to Routes’ look at how the Latin America aviation market is responding to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, helping you understand the schedule changes and manage the impact so we can navigate through this crisis together. Routes is part of Aviation Week Network.
Credit: Joe PriesCAAS launched Tell Sarah on July 27 2020, right in the middle of the virus crisis.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonAeromexico 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.
Credit: Nigel Howarth/Aviation WeekGaruda Indonesia saw first quarter 2020 revenue drop by 33% year-on-and year—and sharper declines are yet to come in April as COVID-19 restrictions within Indonesia tighten.
Credit: ARSACertificated 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.
Credit: Lion AirIndonesian 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.
Credit: Lufthansa CargoLufthansa 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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