Credit: Sofia AirportMunich Airport International GmbH and its French investor partner Meridiam have been confirmed as concessionaires of Sofia International Airport, which serves the capital of Bulgaria.
Credit: Nigel Howarth / Aviation WeekAir France plans to gradually build up its flight schedule over the coming months as its aims to serve close to 150—or 80%— of its regular destinations this summer.
Credit: Joe PriesAsiana Airlines has rejected claims that it has not provided sufficient information to prospective buyer Hyundai Development Co. (HDC) as a dispute between the two parties signals major complications in closing the takeover.
Credit: Etihad EngineeringEtihad Engineering, the MRO arm of Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Aviation Group, says it has expanded its operations in aircraft maintenance and parking to meet airlines’ requirements as fleets are grounded through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Credit: American AirlinesAmerican Airlines sees steady improvement in booking and demand trends heading into the peak summer period, signaling the worst stage of the industry downturn caused by COVID-19 has passed.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonDelta Air Lines will test its entire workforce for exposure to the COVID-19 coronavirus, as airlines look to reassure passengers and crew about the safety of flying during the ongoing pandemic.
Credit: AirbusAir Transat plans to be operating eight aircraft for its anticipated resumption of flights on July 23, or 25% of its current fleet, but planned changes will mean some of the remaining aircraft never will return to service for the carrier.
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