Could COVID-19 Reshape The Mid-Life Aircraft Market?

Could COVID-19 Reshape The Mid-Life Aircraft Market?

Air New Zealand’s chief executive has become the latest leader to predict that his airline will emerge from the corona-crisis as a smaller operation. The result will be bad news for the MRO market, which profited from booming demand for...
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Could Coronavirus Threaten US Domestic Travel?

Could Coronavirus Threaten US Domestic Travel?

With the COVID-19 outbreak threatening to suspend many factors of everyday life, aviation has not been unscathed. Already subject to international travel restrictions, domestic flying seems to be safe bet for airlines. However, now, perhaps, domestic travel co...
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STOOD DOWN QANTAS WORKERS CAN CLAIM NEW BENEFITS

STOOD DOWN QANTAS WORKERS CAN CLAIM NEW BENEFITS

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed Qantas stood down workers will be available to claim the extra financial aid announced on the weekend. The second rescue package, worth $66 billion, lets workers access essentially twice the current JobSeeker, previ...
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Air Traffic Begins To Recover In China Sparking Hope

Air Traffic Begins To Recover In China Sparking Hope

Airlines around the world have been continuing to cut services in the last few weeks amid the COVID-19 pandemic. However, China’s aviation industry is now showing signs of recovery. China had seen an 85 percent reduction of air traffic during...
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Editorial: Why Coronavirus Cannot Kill Aviation

Editorial: Why Coronavirus Cannot Kill Aviation

After a run of unparalleled and seemingly unstoppable prosperity, aviation and aerospace have flown into a perfect storm. The impact of the coronavirus pandemic first crippled a crucial growth engine, China, and is now decimating air transport markets around t...
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IATA: Middle East aviation faces collapse without government support

IATA: Middle East aviation faces collapse without government support

The International Air Transport Association is appealing to governments in Africa and the Middle East to provide emergency support to airlines. The move comes as carriers fight for survival following to the evaporation of air travel demand as a result...
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The airline industry faces its biggest crisis since 9/11. What’s next?

The airline industry faces its biggest crisis since 9/11. What’s next?

The global travel industry has been dealt a devastating blow by the rapidly evolving pandemic related to the coronavirus, also referred to as COVID-19. But, so far, few groups have been hammered as hard as the airline industry. To better...
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Emirates backtracks on decision to suspend all passenger flights, says will fly to some countries following requests by govts

Emirates backtracks on decision to suspend all passenger flights, says will fly to some countries following requests by govts

The UAE-based international airline, Emirates, which earlier said it would hold all passenger flights, promptly reversed its decision, adding that 13 destinations will be exempted. One of the world’s largest international airlines was on the verge of putting...
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EASA Proposes New Aircraft Cybersecurity Certification Amendments

EASA Proposes New Aircraft Cybersecurity Certification Amendments

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is proposing new cybersecurity amendments to the way aircraft electronic networks and systems are certified. EASA is proposing the new amendments to address the growing presence of connectivity within modern aircraf...
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