U.S DOT Orders Airlines To ‘Promptly’ Refund Customers For Cancellations

By Ben Goldstein Apr 03, 2020
The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) has put airlines on notice that customers must be “refunded promptly” for all flights canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Poll: Are you willing to engage in social distancing on a long-term basis at airports, post-pandemic?

Apr 03, 2020
With so much going on within the aviation sector we want to know your views on the key topics and stories.
Z

Daily Memo: Emergency Funding For Suppliers, Aftermarket Providers

By Sean Broderick Apr 03, 2020
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act sets up several new programs and adjusts some existing ones—each aimed at pumping much-needed cash into specific sized organizations or industry sectors.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Pittsburgh Airport CEO: CARES Act To Cover Half Of Lost Revenue

By Ben Goldstein Apr 03, 2020
The chief executive of Pittsburgh International Airport said that financial aid included in the latest U.S. federal stimulus package will offset roughly half the revenue destroyed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Airports & Routes

Volaris Braces For A Tough 2020; Expects To Survive Pandemic

Lori Ranson Apr 03, 2020
Mexico’s largest domestic airline Volaris has been forced to slash its capacity by 80% for April after the country’s government declared a health emergency to contain the coronavirus.  
Airlines & Lessors

Cathay Pacific Cuts April Capacity Below 4%

By Chen Chuanren Apr 03, 2020
Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific Group has further slashed its April capacity from its originally planned 4% to 3% after a dismal start to its April passenger traffic. 
Airlines & Lessors

Editorial: Ticket Vouchers Could Save Airlines, But Need To Be Carefully Handled

By Karen Walker Apr 03, 2020
Airlines, especially U.S. carriers, are going to have to tread a fine line in asking customers to accept vouchers for future travel instead of refunds on tickets bought before the global pandemic.
Airlines & Lessors

Vienna Airport Prepares Start-Up Aid For Airlines After COVID-19

By Kurt Hofmann Apr 03, 2020
Vienna Airport plans to support airlines with start-up aid when traffic returns after the COVID-19 pandemic begins to wane.
Airports & Routes

IATA Calls For Rapid Aid To Middle East, African Carriers Amid Crisis

By Alan Dron Apr 03, 2020
IATA is emphasizing the need for urgent action from African and Middle Eastern governments to provide financial relief to the regions’ airlines in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Airlines & Lessors

The Week in Defense, April 3-10, 2020

By Jen DiMascio Apr 03, 2020
Coronavirus’ minor impact to F-35 testing; Japan’s future fighter office; Croatia delays fighter buy; L3Harris wins SSA contract; L-39 trials.
Defense and Space

IATA Projects $88B Revenue Hit For Asia-Pacific Airlines

By Adrian Schofield Apr 03, 2020
IATA is highlighting estimates of severe financial losses for Asia-Pacific airlines as it reiterates the urgency of government action to support the industry.
Airlines & Lessors

American Airlines To Fly Its Most Minimal Capacity In May

By Ben Goldstein Apr 03, 2020
American Airlines will operate its fewest number of flights in May, reflecting a view that air travel demand will reach its lowest point over the next several weeks, when the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to peak in North America. 
Airlines & Lessors

Magellan Jets Sees Business Shifts During Coronavirus Pandemic 

By Molly McMillin Apr 03, 2020
Private jet provider Magellan Jets has seen demand for flights in April fall by 60% from a year ago, driven by a nationwide commitment to self-quarantine in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, the company said. 
Marketplace

Ryanair Fiscal 2020 Profits ‘At Low End Of Expectations’

By Alan Dron Apr 03, 2020
The parent company of Irish budget carrier Ryanair anticipates its fiscal 2020 profit figure will come in towards the low end of its previous guidance range.
Airlines & Lessors

COVID-19: North America Market Update

By David Casey Apr 03, 2020
Welcome to Routes’ look at how the North American aviation market is responding to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, helping you understand the…
Airlines & Lessors

COVID-19: Europe Market Update

By David Casey Apr 03, 2020
Welcome to Routes’ look at how the European aviation market is responding to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, helping you understand the schedule…
Airlines & Lessors

COVID-19: Asia-Pacific Market Update

By David Casey Apr 03, 2020
Welcome to Routes’ look at how the Asia-Pacific aviation market is responding to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, helping you understand the…
Airlines & Lessors

U.S., European Flight Activity Falls 30% In March

By Molly McMillin Apr 03, 2020
U.S. business aviation flight activity in March fell 30% year-over-year, while flights declined 34% in Europe, falling to nearly 50% during the last few days of the month, according to WingX Advance data. 
Marketplace

COVID-19: Latin America Market Update

By David Casey Apr 03, 2020
Welcome to Routes’ look at how the Latin America aviation market is responding to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, helping you understand the…
Airlines & Lessors

Chinese Aviation Recovers 20% In March

By Chen Chuanren Apr 03, 2020
Commercial aviation in China crept toward normalcy in March, reaching 42% of its capacity before the coronavirus outbreak in December 2019.
Airlines & Lessors

Boeing Begins Dutch CH-47F Deliveries

By Tony Osborne Apr 03, 2020
Boeing has delivered the first of 14 new-build CH-47F Chinooks to the Royal Netherlands Air Force.
Aircraft & Propulsion

BAE Expects COVID-19 Trading Disruptions

By Tony Osborne Apr 03, 2020
BAE Systems says it sees “significant disruptions” to trading in the second quarter as governments tackle the impacts of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Budget, Policy & Operations

Boeing Suspending Philadelphia Production Amid Pandemic

By Tony Osborne Apr 03, 2020
Boeing will suspend production at its Philadelphia facilities for two weeks as Pennsylvania battles against the rapid spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Supply Chain

Governments Take Unprecedented Action To Protect Aviation

By Ben Goldstein Apr 03, 2020
Bailouts are in the works to help avoid bankruptcies, but they are distorting markets and raising aeropolitical questions.
Airlines & Lessors

Engine MRO Predictions: Widebodies Down, Mobile Services Up

By Lee Ann Shay Apr 03, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc on the airline industry, which could result in the commercial aviation MRO market dollar demand declining 25…
MRO

 

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