Brussels Airlines has got the green light from the European Commission for a €460 million ($542 million) bailout package part-funded by the Belgian state that is designed to help the flag-carrier survive the COVID-19 crisis and support its turnaround plan.
FAA’s shift to emphasizing corrective actions over civil penalties for unintentional regulatory violations needs more centralized oversight and data analysis to determine its effectiveness, a Government Accountability Office (GAO) review of the program shows.
LATAM Airlines Group continues to navigate its way through the Chapter 11 reorganization process that includes working with suppliers to shrink its fleet as a recovery in passenger demand remains uncertain.
The UK has added Portugal to a safe list of “travel corridors,” exempting arrivals from a 14-day quarantine, but removed Austria and Croatia in the latest update to British COVID-19-related travel restrictions.
Airport technology manufacturer SITA has deployed its most comprehensive biometric project to date at Beijing Capital International (PEK), allowing a fully automated counter-to-aircraft experience supported by facial recognition technology.
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