Low-cost carriers in Europe are reacting to a second wave of Covid-19 across the continent and the associated travel restrictions and quarantine requirements.
American Airlines has reported third-quarter revenue of $3.2 billion, down 73 per cent year-over-year on a 59 per cent year-over-year reduction in total available seat miles.
Virgin Atlantic will relaunch flights to Antigua and Grenada on Monday. The services will join the four weekly flights to Barbados and twice weekly flights to Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Qatar Airways has taken delivery today of three more Airbus A350-1000 aircraft. The development reaffirms its position as the largest operator of Airbus A350 aircraft in the world, with 52 in its fleet.
Air Canada is making its fleet of all-business-class Jetz charter aircraft available to customers for commercial flights as it redeploys the fleet on popular winter routes.
A British Airways 747 will today depart for Dunsfold Aerodrome where it will begin its new life as a TV and film set. The aircraft which will keep its Chatham Dockyard livery will be stored in public view.
New analysis has found “significant methodological concerns” in work by Public Health England, which means the detection rates for passenger testing on arrival are being “significantly understated”.
International Airlines Group has reported a loss of €1.3 billion for the third quarter and confirmed it will make further capacity cuts for the rest of the year.
Air Astana will cut a number of flights in the coming weeks on the orders of the ministry of health. The number of flights to Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Ukraine and Germany will be cut,
Japan Air Commuter and Hokkaido Air System, both part of flag-carrier Japan Airlines Group airlines, are set to join oneworld later this month.
The World Travel & Tourism Council has said millions of jobs could be saved by the roll-out of widespread testing for Covid-19 at European airports.
Cathay Pacific has confirmed regional subsidiary Cathay Dragon will cease operations after three decades as part of a wider restructuring of the company in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.