Credit: IAGInternational Airlines Group became the latest airline group to suspend financial guidance for the year 2020, announcing network and cost cuts in response to the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus.
Credit: AireonEurocontrol has signed a 10-year agreement for space-based ADS-B data from Aireon to help it manage air traffic flows better across its 11.5 million sq. km (4.4 million sq. mi.) of terrestrial airspace.
Credit: Incheon Airport / FacebookKorean Air is introducing extra checks for passengers on flights destined for the U.S. as the escalating COVID-19 coronavirus crisis leads to major cutbacks in the carrier’s international operations.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonFinnair issued a profit warning Feb. 28 and withdrew its previous capacity guidance of 4% growth for 2020, as it adjusts network capacity over the next several months to better fit demand related to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Credit: AviancaAvianca executives are confident that the carrier’s financial performance will trend toward profitability this year, following a challenging 2019 that saw the Bogota-based airline realize a net loss of close to $900 million.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonUnited Airlines became the first North American carrier to reduce service to Japan and Singapore on Feb. 28, reflecting intensified concerns about the spread of COVID-19 beyond China.