Credit: Schiphol / TwitterEuropean Union member states have set out a list of countries from which they will gradually lift COVID-19 restrictions on non-essential travel, including Australia, Canada, South Korea and China—as long as it reciprocates—but excluding the U.S.
Credit: AirbusIn an effort to adapt to declining demand for its commercial aircraft amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Airbus is expediting decisions to cut 15,000 positions—around 11% of its entire workforce and the deepest restructuring the company has ever endeavored.
Credit: NorwegianULCC Norwegian has issued notice to Boeing of its intention to cancel orders for 92 737 MAXs and five 787s, together with the GoldCare service agreements accompanying all of the aircraft.
Credit: American AirlinesThe FAA, expanding on temporary provisions issued in April, has extended relief for pilots and other certificated industry professionals who have certain qualifications, medical certificates and training due for renewal this summer.
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