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Along with more fleet cuts, American Airlines plans to defer deliveries of eighteen Boeing 737 Maxes originally due for delivery next year.
The International Air Transport Association sees traffic recovering to just 30 percent of 2019 levels by the end of this year.
International regulators participating in a FSF safety summit panel believe inconsistencies in global travel must be hashed out through collaboration.
The Council on Aviation Recovery Task Force (CART) expects to issue guidelines on testing for Covid in late October or early November.
Industry leaders complained about fragmentation in national government Covid regulations.
Grounded since April last year, debt-laded Jet Airways appears positioned to restart operations early in 2021.
The UK government is considering introducing a test days after arriving in the country with a shorter self-isolation period of seven days.
Chinese airlines in September carried 98 percent of the domestic traffic posted during the same month in 2019.
The plan for antigen testing to start at Paris airports as soon as next month drew kudos from IATA.
The UK's Information Commissioner’s Office imposed its largest penalty ever against BA for processing personal data without adequate security measures.