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    easyJet Ready to Resume Route Schedules

easyJet Ready to Resume Route Schedules

MIAMI – With most of the European countries lifting their lockdowns and travel restrictions, European low-cost carrier easyJet (U2) is ready to resume parts of its network schedules. Following the airline’s recent announcements, U2 has today released more details about the routes it will operate from June 15 to June

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    Aerolineas Argentinas Furloughs 7,000+ Employees

Aerolineas Argentinas Furloughs 7,000+ Employees

MIAMI – Aerolineas Argentinas (AR) has announced a furlough of 7,000-8,000 employees, representing a reduction of up to two-thirds of their 12,000-strong workforce. The furlough is expected to last the months of June and July, after which it will be re-evaluated. Pursuant to local laws, all furloughed employees will continue

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    Ryanair French Staff Accuses Carrier of Redundancy Extortion

Ryanair French Staff Accuses Carrier of Redundancy Extortion

MIAMI – Ryanair (FR) French flight crew has accused the carrier of blackmailing them into taking pay cuts or losing their jobs as the budget airline is imposing a 20% pay cut for flight crew and 10% for cabin staff. The Irish airline, which warned that it could slash up to 3,000

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    COVID-19: EASA Lists Airports with High Infection Rates

COVID-19: EASA Lists Airports with High Infection Rates

LONDON – In a document published by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), a list of airports with high COVID-19 infection rates based on a country’s number of cases has been established. This document has been made with the sole purpose of ensuring those in their respective countries take extra

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VIDEO: Frontier Airlines Begins Pre-boarding Temperature Screenings

    VIDEO: Frontier Airlines Begins Pre-boarding Temperature Screenings

MIAMI – Frontier Airlines (F9) today instituted temperature screenings before boarding flights for all passengers and crew, becoming the first U.S. airline to implement the measure. According to the carrier’s press

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Bombardier, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Close CRJ Program Sale

    Bombardier, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Close CRJ Program Sale

MIAMI – Bombardier today reported the closing of the previously announced sale of the Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ) Program. to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI). Last year, MHI and Bombardier

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Etihad Launches Health, Hygiene Program

    Etihad Launches Health, Hygiene Program

MIAMI – Etihad Airways (EY) has launched ‘Etihad Wellness,’ an enhanced and more thorough health and hygiene program. The scheme adds to the procedures EY has already put in place

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Southwest Airlines Announces 4Q 2020 Service Schedule

    Southwest Airlines Announces 4Q 2020 Service Schedule

LONDON – American low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines (WN) last week announced an extended flight schedule from October to January 4, 2021. The carrier published its flight schedule detailing the new

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Leaked Document States South African Airways Bailout Agreed

    Leaked Document States South African Airways Bailout Agreed

LONDON – In a dramatic twist of events, a leaked email from South Africa’s opposition party has stated that a new bailout has been agreed upon by the state for

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Loganair Relaunches Aberdeen Flights

    Loganair Relaunches Aberdeen Flights

LONDON – UK regional carrier Loganair (LM) has announced flights to Birmingham and Newcastle from Aberdeen will be launched this week as the carrier begins to recover from the fallout

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Today in Aviation: The Short 360

    Today in Aviation: The Short 360

MIAMI – On June 1, 1981, the prototype of the Short 360 (SD3-60) airliner with 36 seats flew for the first time, a year after its manufacturer, Short Brothers, announced

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Ryanair Condemns Lufthansa State Bailout

    Ryanair Condemns Lufthansa State Bailout

MIAMI – If there is one thing we can rely on in aviation, it is that there will always be a long line of characters queuing up waiting to throw

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Traveler: An In-Depth Look at Japan Airlines in Long Haul Business Class

    Traveler: An In-Depth Look at Japan Airlines in Long Haul Business Class

Article Produced by Koichiro Kleps In January, I embarked on my 42nd long haul flight with Japan Airlines. I generally fly to Japan twice a year from New York to

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San Francisco Airport Expands Route Network

    San Francisco Airport Expands Route Network

MIAMI — Air links to Europe and Japan are restarting at San Francisco Airport (SFO) after the route suspension that took effect due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. All Nippon

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Singapore Airlines To Restart Auckland, Christchurch Services

    Singapore Airlines To Restart Auckland, Christchurch Services

LONDON – Singapore Airlines (SQ) has this week announced it will be resuming services to New Zealand. Auckland and Christchurch will be the two Kiwi-based destinations in question, being operated

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Airways Podcast [Ep 54]: Heli Spotting With Andy Luten

    Airways Podcast [Ep 54]: Heli Spotting With Andy Luten

Welcome Aboard The Airways Podcast! The 54th episode of the show kicks off with Enrique sharing some details of his super technological surgery with Rohan and Vinay, finding an aviation

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Emirates Prepares to Lay Off Pilots on June 15

    Emirates Prepares to Lay Off Pilots on June 15

MIAMI — Emirates Airlines (EK) has today informed the termination of employment for around 192 pilots during their probationary period. According to people familiar with the matter, the affected pilots

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Today in Aviation: London Heathrow Opens for Commercial Air Travel in 1946

    Today in Aviation: London Heathrow Opens for Commercial Air Travel in 1946

MIAMI – Today in Aviation, London Heathrow Airport (LHR) officially opened for commercial air travel on May 31, 1946. We take a quick look at the rather prosaically start of

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United Airlines Axes 13 Executives Jobs, Adds July Flights

    United Airlines Axes 13 Executives Jobs, Adds  July Flights

MIAMI – United Airlines (UA) has announced it is shutting down 13 executives positions and adding new flights in its July schedule in the wake of the pandemic. While 13

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Kuwait Airways To Lay Off 1,500 Employees

    Kuwait Airways To Lay Off 1,500 Employees

LONDON – Kuwait Airways (KU) has this week announced it will lay-off around 1,500 of its foreign employees. It is understood that this represents a cut of over 20% of

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Lufthansa Completes & Finalises Bailout Package

    Lufthansa Completes & Finalises Bailout Package

LONDON – It is without a doubt a contentious topic. The world as we know it has changed beyond all recognition from the simple and routine of just a few

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Malta Air To Make Redundancies

    Malta Air To Make Redundancies

LONDON – According to a letter seen by The Times of Malta, Ryanair (FR) subsidiary Malta Air (KM) is going to be making redundancies in the wake of the Coronavirus

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    United Airlines Returns to Paine Field With New Services

United Airlines Returns to Paine Field With New Services

MIAMI — United Airlines (UAL) announced today a new service from Paine Field Airport (PAE) in Everett with six daily flights to their hubs in Denver (DEN) and San Francisco

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    Azul Announces New Routes to the USA with A320neo and A330

Azul Announces New Routes to the USA with A320neo and A330

MIAMI — Azul, the Brazilian low-cost, award-winning airline, announced today a heavy expansion to the United States with two new flights from Belo Horizonte (CNF) to Orlando (MCO), and from Belem (BEL)

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