Credit: AirbusAirbus conducted six dedicated test flights over nine months as part of the research project that culminated in April with the milestone first fully automatic vision-based taxi, takeoff and landing by an A350.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonDelta Air Lines plans to continue reshaping its network by adding 1,000 daily departures in August, building on a similarly sized expansion of July’s timetable, before “taking a pause” and evaluating fall demand trends, CEO Ed Bastian said.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonFollowing Hong Kong government’s HK$39 billion ($5 billion) recapitalization for flagship carrier Cathay Pacific Airways, the territory’s third-largest operator Hong Kong Airlines hopes the government will extend its aid.
Credit: BoeingThe Thailand government on June 17 approved a THB22.4 billion ($719 million) domestic-tourism stimulus for locals and medical personnel, with the government subsidizing hotel stays, domestic flight fares, inter-provincial bus fares and car rental fees.
Credit: LaudamotionAustria’s Ryanair subsidiary Laudamotion plans to become a wet-lease carrier; however, it will have to implement several survival measures deemed necessary to face post-COVID-19 competition.
Credit: Henan Airport GroupChina Eastern Airlines will build up at the north-central city Zhengzhou, creating a freight hub for the surrounding region and helping to fill the expanding cargo capacity of the city’s airport.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonLATAM Airlines Group’s decision to exit Argentina’s domestic market indefinitely reflects the tough conditions the country’s remaining airlines face, and there is a distinct possibility state-owned Aerolineas Argentinas could be the last carrier standing.
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