Heathrow Airport Limited is seeking to recover around £1.7 billion ($2.2 billion) in lost COVID-19 revenues through changes to its regulated charging structure, triggering a UK Civil Aviation Authority call for industry feedback that will run until Nov. 5.
The approval of a European Commission (EC) plan aimed at rationalizing inconsistent travel restrictions through a color-coded COVID-19 risk map marks a small step in the right direction for Europe’s airlines—but unfortunately, the beleaguered industry says, it doesn’t go far enough.
The European Union is cleared to apply almost $4 billion worth of punitive tariffs on imported goods from the U.S. after the World Trade Organization (WTO) on Oct. 13 revealed the final penalty amount stemming from illegal U.S. subsidies provided to Boeing in making large commercial aircraft.
Boeing’s meager total of 11 large aircraft deliveries included seven of its Boeing 787s, a bright spot in what continues to be a difficult stretch for the manufacturer.
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