PARIS/LONDON (Reuters) - Global airlines will not start to recover from their worst-ever crisis until the last quarter of this year and any rebound will be short-lived if there is a new winter wave of
Airlines May Need 25% Fewer Planes From Airbus, Boeing Over Next Five Years. That’s An Optimistic Forecast.
Airlines around the world are going dormant. Over a third of the global fleet of 8,500 passenger planes have been parked, and scheduled flights this week will offer half as many total seats as in mid-January.
WASHINGTON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Airlines must suggest possible compensation in return for government cash assistance and agree to conditions that include not cutting pay or laying off employees through
EasyJet and Virgin Atlantic are asking cabin crew to work as medical volunteers in pop-up coronavirus wards. With air travel around the world essentially at a standstill due to coronavirus, an increasing
CHICAGO (Reuters) - American Airlines Holdings Inc (AAL.O) intends to apply for up to $12 billion in government aid, ensuring no involuntary layoffs or pay cuts in the next six months, executives said
Leaked memo from Delta reveals plans to cut worker hours and pay, despite protections in the coronavirus stimulus package.
Airline workers at major US carriers including Delta, United, and American are having their hours and pay reduced, despite provisions in the coronavirus bailout package that protect against layoffs and
The World’s Most Unusual Repatriation Flights—17 Hour Direct Route Created As Austrian Flies Vienna To Sydney
Yesterday, Austrian Airlines chartered the longest flight in the airline’s history, from Sydney to Vienna. The historic 16,000km journey was to repatriate Austrian citizens and took 16 hours and 55 minutes.
The world’s commercial airlines and other aviation businesses face significant financial stress and perhaps bankruptcy in the coming months from the unprecedented, unexpected, and broad shutdown of travel
Last week, in this article and then a follow-up, we saw that while the number of flights operating around the world has been dropping since the global coronavirus outbreak started getting serious, plenty
NEW YORK (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc is in advanced talks to hire Guggenheim Securities co-chairman James Millstein for advice on tapping a $50 billion industry relief package available from
The Transportation Security Administration said Sunday that a total of 61 screening officers have tested positive for COVID-19 and posted a list of airports and shifts that they worked prior to their The
AIRLINE cabin crew are to work alongside medics at Britain's first makeshift field hospital, the NHS has confirmed. Virgin Atlantic and easyJet have urged staff left out of work since planes were grounded
Fifty TSA screening officers and 19 additional TSA employees across the United States have tested positive for coronavirus in the last two weeks, the agency announced. As of Sunday, those officers represented
Transportation Security Administration airport checkpoint numbers show the number of airline passengers fell below 200,000 Friday and Saturday as a result of the coronavirus. Only 184,027 people passed
'Bird strike' forces AirAsia flight to divert to Brisbane as passengers describe seeing engine on fire
An AirAsia X flight had to divert to Brisbane on Monday night after a suspected bird strike, the second mid-air drama to hit the airline in a fortnight. Flight D7207, which was bound for Kuala Lumpur,