Credit: Air France-KLM GroupThe European Commission has approved the French state’s €7 billion ($7.7 billion) package to help Air France-KLM withstand the COVID-19 crisis, saying the plans comply with EU state aid rules while praising France's decision to link funding to environmental targets.
Credit: AirbusAirbus plans to increase its research into how health-protection technology inside passenger aircraft cabins can be improved, the OEM’s EVP of engineering Jean-Brice Dumont told Aviation Week.
Credit: DFW Airport via TwitterWelcome to Routes’ look at how the North American aviation market is responding to the COVID-19 coronavirus 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: Joe PriesThe governments of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea are developing guidelines for the resumption of “essential” air travel as well as maintaining smooth and open supply chains with each other.
Credit: Joe PriesThe Thai State Enterprise Policy Committee (SEPC) has approved a THB58 billion ($1.8 billion) loan for Thai Airways as the debt laden flag-carrier grapples with prolonged travel disruption from the COVID-19 outbreak.