Daily Memo: U.S. Airports Are Caught In The Middle
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The $2 billion in emergency funding allocated to U.S. airports in the most recent COVID-19 pandemic relief package is a much-needed cash injection for an industry sector caught between the proverbial rock and a hard place.
UK Tightens Up Restrictions With Testing Requirement For Arrivals
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The UK has tightened up its COVID-19 travel restrictions, imposing the requirement of a negative test for the virus on all arrivals in addition to mandatory quarantines for those coming from states not on its “travel corridor” list.
Sriwijaya Air FDR Recovered; Concerns Over Air Check Valve
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The flight data recorder (FDR) of Sriwijaya Air flight SJ182 was recovered by Indonesian naval divers on the evening of Jan. 12, three days after the Boeing 737-500 carrying 62 people plunged into the sea.
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