Credit: Rob FinlaysonFrench airline Corsair is negotiating a rescue plan which could involve new shareholders, a source has told Aviation Daily, confirming information initially reported by online publication La Tribune.
Credit: Etihad AirwaysFive aviation industry suppliers have devised solutions aimed at mitigating the spread of COVID-19, including a risk-assessment app, an immunity “passport,” cabin air supply modifications and hands-free aircraft lavatories.
Credit: LufthansaLufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr said the airline has made ample preparations to avoid a grounding, in case an extraordinary general assembly rejects the company’s multi-billion bailout on June 25 and the airline is forced to file for insolvency proceedings.
Credit: Virgin AustraliaThe contest to select a new owner for Virgin Australia has entered the final stages, with the two remaining bidders presenting proposals that call for retaining the core parts of the airline’s operations.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonDelta Air Lines plans to resume service between Seattle and Shanghai via Seoul Incheon on June 25, becoming the first U.S. airline to return to China since flights were suspended in early February as the COVID-19 outbreak escalated.
Credit: Virgin AtlanticUK long-haul carrier Virgin Atlantic plans to relaunch services to 17 more destinations in August, building on five previously announced routes scheduled to return in late July.
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