Austrian Airlines plans to ramp-up operations from its current 20% level of 2019 flying to almost 40% by the end of October, although the carrier’s chief commercial officer said passenger demand is not easy to estimate.
Credit: Joe PriesUnited Airlines and its pilot union reached two tentative agreements related to early retirement and voluntary leave packages, as the two sides look to limit the scope of involuntary furloughs this fall.
Credit: Nigel Howarth / Aviation WeekThe COVID-19 crisis has not stopped Japan Airlines (JAL) and Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) from launching their long-planned partnership on routes between their home countries.
Credit: ATRRegional turboprop manufacturers ATR and De Havilland Aircraft of Canada have been suffering from the ongoing crisis, but they may see the light at the end of the tunnel earlier than other segments.
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