Dutch Government Approves KLM Bailout After Union Commitment
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The Dutch government has given the go-ahead for a €3.4 billion ($4 billion) bailout to help KLM weather the COVID-19 crisis after pilots agreed to conditions set by the government, removing a last-minute obstacle to the funding.
The FAA is calling attention to risks that disinfection can have on aircraft interiors, urging operators and maintainers to heed manufacturers’ guidance and take extra steps to protect sensitive equipment, wiring, and other high-risk components.
New Flight Procedures In Effect At Berlin Brandenburg Airport
Credit: Berlin Brandenburg Airport
German air navigation service provider DFS has put new flight procedures into operation with the opening of Berlin Brandenburg Airport’s new southern runway—its second one—on Nov. 4, ending a transition period that has lasted more than eight years.
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