Credit: Bill CareyThe UK will withdraw as a member state of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency after a transition period and shift responsibility for aircraft certification and safety regulation to its own Civil Aviation Authority, British Transportation Secretary Grant Shapps said.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonItalian authorities have given a new deadline for interested parties to submit bids for Alitalia, in the latest attempt to map out a future for the airline, almost three years after it filed for bankruptcy.
Credit: JetBlue Airways / TwitterJetBlue Airways CEO Robin Hayes touted the company’s recent signing of a credit facility priced according to environmental targets, calling it “the first of its type in our industry.”
Credit: Joe PriesAlthough LATAM Airlines Group has yet to see demand dwindle in its South American domestic markets from the COVID-19 crisis, the company has cut service from its hub at Sao Paulo Guarulhos International airport to Milan through Apr. 16.
Credit: Starlux AirlinesTaiwan’s Ministry of Transportation and Communications has put aside NT$4.2 billion ($140 million) to help its aviation industry should the COVID-19 outbreak gets worse, according to the Taipei Times.
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