Wary of the current lack of air cargo capacity, IATA has urged the freight industry, governments and public health agencies to work together to prepare the transportation of COVID-19 vaccines around the world if and when they become available.
Ryanair Holdings Group CEO Michael O’Leary has said he is now anticipating just 50 million passengers for fiscal 2020-21, two-thirds fewer than the 149 million passengers carried by the Irish LCC in 2019-20.
A lack of “clear information” from Boeing on the return of the 737 MAX is hampering Ethiopian Airlines’ ability to make decisions on its future narrowbody fleet as it studies the Airbus A220, according to the flag-carrier’s CEO Tewolde Gebremariam.
Virgin Australia confirmed plans to keep 56 of its Boeing 737s when it exits the administration process, which means it will cut almost 30 aircraft from its narrowbody fleet compared to pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels.
Airbus has completed three test flights using two of its own Airbus A350s with the autopilot engaged in its Fello’fly wake vortex-riding project.
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