Credit: AirbusSubject to travel restrictions being lifted, Air France plans to gradually resume flights by the end of June, aiming to operate about 15% of its normal schedule using 75 of its 224 aircraft.
Credit: Dubai AirportsThe timing and speed of airline traffic returning to normal will be dependent on the development of an effective vaccine or treatment for the coronavirus, Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths said.
Credit: United Airlines / TwitterU.S. airlines are advising pilots and crew to avoid escalation with passengers who refuse to wear face-coverings in the cabin, illustrating the practical difficulty of enforcing mandatory masks during flight.
Credit: RyanairULCC Ryanair on May 18 foreshadowed a fare war in Europe as it pledged to further undercut any below-cost fares offered by legacy carriers that have benefited from what it described as illegal financial aid from their respective governments.
Credit: Jet2 / FacebookDart Group, the parent company of UK leisure airline Jet2, has been approved for a £300 million ($363 million) government-backed loan under the Bank of England’s COVID Corporate Financing Facility.
Credit: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Welcome to Routes’ look at how the North American aviation market is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, helping you understand the schedule changes and manage the impact so we can navigate through this crisis together. Routes is part of the Aviation Week Network.
Credit: Zhengzhou Airport Economy ZoneA new airport at Ezhou, a dormitory town of Wuhan, is scheduled to go into service in 2021 as a specialist freight facility, ideally located in the center of China’s main population zone.
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