The airline confirmed that Qatar had joined a list of governments that have stepped in to support their national carriers through the coronavirus shutdown.
Aegean has seen revenue slump 88 per cent in the second quarter, highlighting the stark impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the aviation sector.
Oman Air will return to scheduled service on Thursday, with routes to 18 cities in 12 countries. The network will include two flights per week connecting Muscat and Dubai, along with two flights per week connecting the capital and Doha.
The 76th staging of the annual showcase will take place as a digital-only show in Amsterdam on November 24th, hosted by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.
It is hoped the move could make it easier for passengers to manage quarantine requirements and entry conditions of popular destinations around the world.
During these uncertain times, passengers can use the map to check operating routes and relevant travel rules using a colour-coded system.
European low-cost airlines have been offering “significantly discounted” fares for the September to December period in a bid to attract back travellers.
Colombian flag-carrier Avianca has lined up a $2 billion bankruptcy-loan package to finance its stay in chapter 11 protection in the United States.
The trade body said accurate, affordable, easy-to-operate, scalable and systematic testing before departure was a preferable alternative to quarantine measures.
The course is now being offered as an interactive webinar, to give attendees every detail on how an aircraft flies. More than 50,000 people have taken part since the course began.
German flag-carrier Lufthansa has confirmed it will cut further jobs in addition to the 22,000 redundancies already announced. An additional 50 aircraft will also be removed from the fleet.
Aeroflot has confirmed that international services between Russian capital Moscow and Kyrgyzstan, Belarus and Kazakhstan will restart over the next week.