Credit: BoeingBoeing called for the U.S. government to provide a minimum of $60 billion in aid to the aerospace manufacturing community in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis that has cratered air travel and could trigger a worldwide recession.
Credit: Brussels AirlinesFollowing increased government travel restrictions and a massive drop in demand related to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, Brussels Airlines, Latvian flag carrier Air Baltic and Italian regional carrier Air Dolomiti have all decided to temporarily suspend operations.
Credit: Hohhot Branch of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Civil Airports GroupChinese authorities will not allow any international flights to arrive directly in Beijing beginning Mar. 18, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has told airlines.
Credit: Malaysia Airlines BerhadMalaysia Airlines Berhad CEO Izham Ismail has said the hasty and unilateral decision to enforce a nationwide lockdown of Malaysia resulted in severe disruption to the flag carrier’s operations.
Credit: Salt Lake City AirportThe FAA evacuated the air traffic control tower and operations stopped at Salt Lake City International Airport, Utah, on Mar. 18 after a 5.7-magnitude earthquake shook the area.
Credit: Trans States Airlines / FacebookDeep schedule cuts at partner United Airlines have forced U.S. regional carrier Trans States to speed up its planned cessation to Apr. 1, the airline’s top executive told employees.
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