Credit: Joe PriesFlights from Wuhan Tianhe International Airport will resume on Apr. 8 as China’s transport links with Hubei, the province where COVID-19 originated, are restored, airline flight scheduling shows.
Credit: Tarmac AerosaveAfter having been thought for a few days to be on a strong upward curve, demand for aircraft storage during the COVID-19 crisis is still unstable, according to specialist Tarmac Aerosave.
Credit: RyanairAs travel demand falters, European airlines are continuing to cut flights, with Ryanair predicting its aircraft will remain grounded through May and Wizz Air temporarily closing its Vienna base.
Credit: Joe PriesSouth African Airways is suspending regional flights because of a lack of feed after halting intercontinental services following the government’s travel ban to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Credit: Joe PriesThe Hong Kong Airport Authority has announced a HK$1 billion ($129 million) package of financial aid for the aviation sector but Cathay Pacific says more is needed to help carriers hard-hit by the coronavirus crisis.
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