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The toll on travel

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Visualization of FlightAware data showing global air travel decreasing as the coronavirus pandemic unfolds. (graphics.reuters.com) Más...

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Opinion: Don’t Feel Sorry for the Airlines

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Before providing them any assistance, we must demand that they change how they treat their customers and employees. (www.nytimes.com) Más...

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How The Airline Industry Will Transform Itself As It Comes Back From Coronavirus

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Volume will probably not regain its peak for at least 3-5 years. Business travel will recover more quickly than leisure travel. Lots of changes coming... (www.forbes.com) Más...

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Introducing ForeFlight on Frequency: Webinars, Training, & More

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Stay sharp on the ground and improve your ForeFlight skills. Check the calendar for the latest webinars and events. (www.foreflight.com) Más...

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Delta delivers new standard of airline cleanliness with “Delta Clean”

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Delta delivers new standard of airline cleanliness with “Delta Clean”. The airline is revolutionizing cleanliness across airports and on aircraft in order to deliver a new standard of clean for customers. (news.flightag.com) Más...

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The retired American Airlines 767s are being turned into cargo planes

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The Boeing 767s that American Airlines is retiring early because of the coronavirus pandemic won’t be grounded for long. They’re getting a new lease on life as all-cargo jets. (thepointsguy.com) Más...

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What It Takes for an Airline to Ground Its Fleet Amid Coronavirus

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Parking a plane for a few months is not as simple as leaving it at an airport and waiting for flights to start again. Turns out it takes a lot of effort and coordination for airlines to simply ground their planes. (www.cntraveler.com) Más...

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BFI aviation enthusiast Joe Clark dies at 78

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Local aviation pioneer Joe Clark is the man most responsible for those elegant upswept wingtips now standard on new Boeing 737s. This now-ubiquitous winglet technology, installed to increase range and save fuel on business jets as well as commercial airplanes, is just the latest legacy of Mr. Clark’s long career in aviation. After a start as a jet salesman, Mr. Clark became an aviation innovator and serial entrepreneur. In the 1960s, Mr. Clark founded Jet Air, the first dealership in the Pacific… (www.seattletimes.com) Más...

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Rolls-Royce and Airbus lobby UK in support of Virgin Atlantic bailout

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Both Rolls-Royce and Airbus wrote to the government, highlighting the importance of Virgin Atlantic to the UK’s manufacturing supply chain (www.ft.com) Más...

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Airlines will offer fewer choices and higher fares after the coronavirus crisis

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The US airline industry is about to get smaller. That's bad news for airline employees -- and for airline passengers. Airline traffic has plunged and it probably won't recover any time soon. The $50 billion aviation bailout passed last week will keep airlines in business and employees on the job for the the next six months. Still, airline executives suggested they expect fewer flights and slumping demand for air travel for quite some time. (www.cnn.com) Más...

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German investigation of Thai A350 that descended below 670ft while still far from Frankfurt runway

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German investigators have detailed an approach incident in which a Thai Airways Airbus A350-900 descended to less than 670ft above ground while still nearly 6.5nm (12km) from touchdown at Frankfurt Main. (www.flightglobal.com) Más...

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Paris’s Orly airport will shut down on Tuesday in light of the collapse in air traffic amid the coronavirus crisis.

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France’s biggest airport for domestic flights, Orly will be closed until further notice at midnight – after hosting just ten flights and around 1000 passengers on Tuesday, as the number of people taking flights has plunged thanks to the stringent measures adopted to try and contain the transmission of the coronavirus. (www.france24.com) Más...

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Southwest Offers First Cargo-Only Flights in Its History

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Southwest Airlines will offer the first all-cargo flights in its 48-year history as passenger demand keeps sliding amid the spread of the new coronavirus. (www.msn.com) Más...

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United Eyes 6 International Routes During April

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For the month of April, it looks like United Airlines will be operating a mere six daily international services due to the downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. These flights will launch from three United Airlines hubs: New York Newark, Houston, and San Francisco. (simpleflying.com) Más...

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Aeroflot Boeing 737 Engine Fails Near Moscow

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Just before midnight on Sunday, Aeroflot flight SU1741 from Sochi made an emergency landing at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo International Airport. It had suffered an engine failure with about one hour of flight time remaining. The Boeing 737 was carrying 154 passengers and seven crew members. It landed 30 minutes before schedule without incident. (simpleflying.com) Más...

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Surinam Airways Boeing 777 Spotted On Test Flights In Its New “Green Suriname” Livery

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Surinam Airways’ recently acquired Boeing 777-200ER was seen conducting two test flights on Sunday. (www.gatechecked.com) Más...

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Ugly Qantas feud with Virgin Australia puts spotlight on ethics of airline bailouts

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An ugly feud is escalating between Qantas Airways and its closest Australian competitor over the ethics of state aid, just as airlines facing collapse around the world race to secure bailouts. (www.straitstimes.com) Más...

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Consolidating flights to US cities could help stem airline industry losses as coronavirus dampens demand, executives say

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U.S. airlines and the Department of Transportation may soon have to consider consolidating service to dozens of cities around the country in a bid to help carriers cut losses, several airline industry executives told CNBC. (www.cnbc.com) Más...

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Coronavirus: Grounded planes and deserted airport terminals

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Major airports around the UK have been left almost empty as demand for air travel has plummeted following the worldwide coronavirus outbreak. Various travel bans have caused many airlines to massively scale back flights, resulting in abandoned terminal buildings. (www.bbc.com) Más...

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