Credit: Rob FinlaysonScandinavian Airlines’ (SAS) has secured tentative backing from two governments for its 12.5 billion-krona ($1.4 billion) recapitalization, while Swedish airports operator Swedavia is on track to receive a 3.15 billion-krona capital injection.
Credit: Cairo International Airport / FacebookEgypt has announced a cautious reopening of its airports to international scheduled traffic on July 1, as the country attempts to jump-start its important tourism sector after closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Credit: Amsterdam Schiphol Airport / TwitterThe European Commission (EC) has called on member-states to lift intra-EU travel restrictions now, ahead of a progressive wider relaxation, which is planned to take effect after June 30.
Credit: BoeingThe U.S. Export-Import Bank (EXIM) is back in the business of supporting Boeing and General Electric (GE)—leading aerospace and defense companies that served as the face of alleged corporate welfare to anti-bank critics in recent years.
Credit: Nigel Howarth / AWSTUnited Airlines announced a new $5 billion loan secured by its MileagePlus loyalty program, part of an effort to raise enough cash to survive even the most bearish recovery scenarios.
Credit: American AirlinesThe FAA has rejected a multi-organization request for more time to provide feedback on its proposed changes to the Pilot Records Database, retaining the June 29 comment deadline published in the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM).
Credit: Rob FinlaysonWestJet’s revamped July scheduled doubles its June timetable and adds international flying for the first time since late March.
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