Credit: Lion AirIndonesia’s largest low-cost airline Lion Air will suspend all flights from June 5 citing poor passenger carriage as travelers struggle to fulfill the strict requirements needed to fly after movement control restrictions were lifted.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonEmirates Airline sees a place for all of its Airbus A380s in its future fleet plan, but their status is directly tied to how quickly demand bounces back once the COVID-19 pandemic has subsided, Emirates president Tim Clark said.
Credit: SWISS International AirlinesLufthansa subsidiaries Austrian Airlines and SWISS International Air Lines (SWISS) have both suffered substantial losses for the 2020 first quarter (Q1) following the outbreak of COVID-19.
Credit: American AirlinesA pair of Cowen & Co. analysts predicted U.S. airlines will shrink their pilot workforces by 20%, a target they said could largely be achieved through voluntary measures alone.
Credit: KululaPrivately owned South African carrier Comair, which operates LCC kulula.com and franchise flights for British Airways (BA), is in talks with six potential investors while eyeing a domestic relaunch by Nov. 1 with a downsized fleet.