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Restrictions limiting border crossings between Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. to essential travel have been extended through Oct. 21 as the three countries work to minimize the risk of novel coronavirus transmissions.
With the weeks of progressive recovery in traffic that European airlines noted over the peak summer season now little more than a memory, the need to find a way to boost passenger demand is becoming increasingly urgent for the region’s carriers.
South American operator Avianca Holdings has hit a stumbling block in its Chapter 11 restructuring after a Colombian court issued an injunction against a $370 million loan the country’s government has offered to the company.
Airline-industry groups are among 25 travel and tourism organizations that have called on the European Commission (EC) to replace quarantines with a common testing protocol for the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
China’s Spring Airlines took delivery of its first Airbus A321neo at the Airbus Tianjin Delivery Center on Sept. 18.
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