Turkish sister airline SunExpress will continue to operate its own routes, with a fleet that consists of over 40 Boeing 737-800. The decision will cost around 1,200 jobs.
Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in the first quarter of the year, the flag-carrier has raised $5.5 billion of liquidity to offset the costs of a collapse in demand for travel.
Linking Central London to the capital city of the Netherlands, the route will begin as a single daily service, with frequency increases expected as demand for travel returns.
New destinations include Hong Kong (to relaunch on July 20th), Barbados (August 1st), Shanghai (August 4th), Lagos (August 23rd) and Atlanta (August 25th).
As the airline prepares to welcome passengers back, the flag-carrier said it was putting in place careful measures to ensure the health and safety of travellers and communities.
A renewed spike in coronavirus cases in Beijing is slowing the recovery of passenger jet operations in China. That is according to the latest flight tracking data from Cirium.
London City Airport has announced British Airways subsidiary BA CityFlyer will resume some routes from London City Airport to Ibiza, Florence, Málaga and Palma this summer.
This new alliance-wide pledge sees all 19 airline partners support a series of personal safety measures to help protect passengers and airline employees when they travel on or between members.
The carrier said the move was an attempt to adapt to a change in the way that people will travel for businesses and leisure following the coronavirus pandemic.
Finn Partners has been commissioned by AOR by Air Charter Service to implement a global strategic communications campaign.
The plans would encompass the shrinking of the TUI fly Germany fleet from 39 to 17 Boeing 737-800 aircraft and the loss of 900 jobs in Germany.
The short-haul division of International Airlines Group budget carrier Level is filing for insolvency. Branded as Level Europe, the division was operated by Anisec Luftfahrt.