Credit: Nigel Howarth / AWSTIATA plans to hold a series of regional meetings with governments and other stakeholders to determine under what conditions air traffic can be resumed once the coronavirus crisis is under better control.
Credit: Braathens Regional AirlinesSwedish domestic carrier Braathens Regional Airlines has suspended flights and filed for court reorganization—roughly the equivalent of administration—after a collapse in demand following the COVID-19 outbreak.
Credit: Joe PriesThe Malaysian Aviation Commission is urging aviation stakeholders to only seek financial help from Malaysia’s government “as a last resort” with fiscal resources stretched amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Credit: Ingrid Barrentine / Alaska AirlinesAlaska Airlines plans to maintain flights to all points it currently serves in Alaska as well as bringing forward the launch of seasonal routes to Dillingham and King Salmon after the demise of RavnAir Alaska.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonIcelandair Group has appointed three financial advisors to strengthen the company’s long-term capital, after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the airline to cut its flight schedule to just 10% of normal operations.