Trading of Thai Airways’ shares was suspended Aug. 14 after auditors declined to sign off on the carrier’s 2020 first half (H1) statements, citing “material uncertainty” from the lack of liquidity and mounting debts which may affect the value of assets and liabilities.
The UK’s year-long FlyZero feasibility study will help position its industry to participate in developing a zero-carbon emissions commercial aircraft for the 2030s, according to the country’s Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI).
The UK has removed France and the Netherlands from its “travel corridors” list, meaning arrivals to the UK from those destinations will have to self-isolate for 14 days, a move the airline industry has dubbed “a devastating blow.”
Blanket quarantines of passengers flying between countries should be replaced by risk-based testing protocols backed by health certificates and other tactics that reassure the traveling public amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Airports Council International (ACI) World said Aug. 14.
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