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Qatar Airways has become the latest airline to warn that it will need state aid in order to continue flying, the carrier’s chief executive has told Reuters.

Qatar Airways has become the latest airline to warn that it will need state aid in order to continue flying,

March 29, 2020
The UK’s airports have hit back at chancellor Rishi Sunak’s choice to “row back on [his] vital decision to stand by the aviation sector”, saying that the chancellor seems to have “little recognition” of the fact that airports have different operating models to airlines.

The UK’s airports have hit back at chancellor Rishi Sunak’s choice to “row back on [his] vital decision to stand

March 26, 2020
Late last night the US senate voted unanimously in favour of a $58bn (£49bn) rescue package for its struggling aviation industry, which has been decimated by the plunge in travel demand caused by coronavirus.

Late last night the US senate voted unanimously in favour of a $58bn (£49bn) rescue package for its struggling aviation

March 26, 2020
German giant Lufthansa has become the latest airline to warn that the coronavirus outbreak presents an existential threat to the aviation industry unless governments step in

Easyjet chief executive Johan Lundgren has warned that he expects to see “a lot of failures” in the global aviation

March 19, 2020
British Airways owner IAG’s boss Willie Walsh, who earlier this week deferred his retirement to guide the airline group through the coronavirus crisis, has volunteered take a 20 per cent pay cut.

British Airways owner IAG’s boss Willie Walsh, who earlier this week deferred his retirement to guide the airline group through

March 18, 2020
The government will use emergency legislation to ensure that airlines and other industries that have been hit hardest by the coronavirus epidemic receive the support they need to survive.

The government will use emergency legislation to ensure that airlines and other industries that have been hit hardest by the

March 18, 2020
Industry body the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has warned that the world's airlines may need up to $200bn in government support

Industry body the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has warned that the world’s airlines may need up to $200bn in

March 17, 2020
Unite, the UK's largest union, has called on the government to listen to the country's airlines, which have warned that they are facing unprecedented challenges due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Unite, the UK’s largest union, has called on the government to listen to the country’s airlines, which have warned that

March 15, 2020
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) today announced that it has put most of its operations "on hold" due to the "non-existent" demand for air travel.

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) today announced that it has put most of its operations “on hold” due to the “non-existent” demand

March 15, 2020
President Donald Trump's travel ban on European citizens entering the US due to coronavirus fears sent airline stocks to new lows today after weeks of pressure on the sector.

President Donald Trump’s travel ban on European citizens entering the US due to coronavirus fears sent airline stocks to new

March 12, 2020
Budget 2020: Government to review Air Passenger Duty

The government has announced that it will undertake a review of Air Passenger Duty (APD) as a part of its

March 11, 2020
The EU has dropped a rule meaning that airlines must run the majority of their scheduled services or risk losing profitable landing slots in a bid to give the industry some relief amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The EU has dropped a rule meaning that airlines must run the majority of their scheduled services or risk losing

March 10, 2020

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