Canada Expands Airport Temperature Screening

By Sean Broderick Sep 29, 2020
Canada recently began mandatory passenger temperature screening at 11 airports, expanding a program that began in July.
Airports & Routes

Shell, Neste See Further Cooperation On Sustainable Fuel

By Helen Massy-Beresford Sep 29, 2020
Neste Corp. and Shell Aviation expect to eventually add more areas of cooperation to their recently signed partnership on sustainable aviation fuels, executives at both companies told Aviation Daily in a Sept. 29 interview.
Aircraft & Propulsion

EgyptAir Edges Back Into African Services

By Alan Dron Sep 29, 2020
EgyptAir is gradually re-opening its African network as it starts to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Airlines & Lessors

SAA To Suspend Flights; LCC Mango Forced To Charter Aircraft

By Victoria Moores Sep 29, 2020
Business rescue practitioners (BRP) acting for South African Airways (SAA) have decided to suspend the airline’s remaining operations, while SAA Group LCC Mango has been forced to charter in aircraft to continue flying as critical discussions with SAA Technical (SAAT) continue.
Airlines & Lessors

U.S. Payroll Support Talks At Impasse Before Deadline

By Ben Goldstein Sep 29, 2020
U.S. House Democrats proposed a $2.2 trillion coronavirus relief package that would extend the CARES Act Payroll Support Program (PSP) until March 2021, although they had only one day to pass it before the airline aid program was set to expire on Sept. 30.
Airlines & Lessors

Breeze To Launch Next March With Scheduled Routes

By David Casey Sep 29, 2020
Breeze Airways has pushed back its planned commercial launch date and now intends to begin operations with scheduled routes from two U.S. airports, rather than fly charter services as previously planned.
Airlines & Lessors

Former SA Express Employees Win Bid For Airline

By Victoria Moores Sep 29, 2020
Liquidators acting for state-owned South African regional airline SA Express have selected a ZAR50 million ($3 million) bid for the airline, led by a group of five former SA Express employees.
Airlines & Lessors

JAL Backs Volocopter’s Plans For UAM In Japan

By Graham Warwick Sep 29, 2020
Japan Air Lines (JAL) plans to work with Volocopter to promote the development of urban air mobility (UAM) for passenger and cargo transportation in Japan.
Aircraft & Propulsion

IATA Forecasts Slower Air Travel Recovery

By Jens Flottau Sep 29, 2020
IATA is now forecasting a slower than expected recovery of air travel for 2020 and into 2021, highlighting the need for further financial assistance from governments and urging the introduction of broad testing that would allow a quick reopening of borders.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Daily Memo: COVID-19 Drives Passenger-To-Freighter Conversion Demand

By Helen Massy-Beresford Sep 29, 2020
For the air cargo sector, the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a reversal in fortunes–with complex travel restrictions suppressing passenger demand, suddenly airlines’ cargo activities are the better performers.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Singapore Airlines Offers Experiences To Generate Revenue 

By Chen Chuanren Sep 29, 2020
Singapore Airlines (SIA) is opening the doors to its training center and offering an A380 dining experience under the banner “discover your Singapore Airlines” as it searches for alternate revenue streams. 
Airlines & Lessors

Delta To Retire 717s, 767-300ERs, CRJ-200s

By Sean Broderick Sep 29, 2020
Delta Air Lines will retire its Boeing 717s by the end of 2025 and speed up planned removals of its 767-300s and Bombardier CRJ-200s, parking the remainder of those-in service fleets by the end of 2025 and 2023, respectively. 
Airlines & Lessors

SWISS CEO Thomas Klühr To Step Down At Year’s End

By Kurt Hofmann Sep 29, 2020
Swiss International Air Lines CEO Thomas Klühr is to leave the Lufthansa subsidiary at the end of 2020 after some five years in Zürich and more than 30 years within the Lufthansa Group.
Airlines & Lessors

Guangzhou Starts China’s Largest Airport Expansion Program

By Chen Chuanren Sep 29, 2020
Work has begun at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (CAN) on China’s most ambitious and largest airport expansion project yet.
Airports & Routes

Leisure And Discounted Business Fares: Week Of September 21

Sep 29, 2020
Leisure And Discounted Business Fares
AWIN Knowledge Center

COVID KPIs: Aircraft Status

Sep 29, 2020
COVID KPIs. Chart
AWIN Knowledge Center

Daily Memo: Cabin-level Pandemic Risk Mitigation That’s Easy To See

By Sean Broderick Sep 28, 2020
On the front lines of pandemic risk reduction, the aircraft cabin is getting its fair share of attention.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

European Air Fares Fall In Bid To Attract Fliers

By Victoria Moores Sep 28, 2020
Air fares between major northern and southern European markets have been tracking 15% lower for the September to December period, according to…
Airlines & Lessors

United Pilots Approve Deal To Delay Furloughs If Payroll Support Expires

By Sean Broderick Sep 28, 2020
Pilots at United Airlines ratified a deal that would avoid planned furloughs in the next several months, pushing off any possible involuntary actions until mid-2021 if the U.S. Congress does not provide additional support for the country’s airline industry.
Airlines & Lessors

Qatar Airways Reports Heavier Loss; Government Provides Infusion

By Alan Dron Sep 28, 2020
A combination of exceptional items, namely the COVID-19 pandemic, the continuing diplomatic row with surrounding nations, new accountancy standards and the failure of one of its airline investments, helped push Qatar Airways Group to a net loss of QAR 7 billion ($1.9 billion) for the 2019-20 financial year.
Airlines & Lessors

Obituary: Former NTSB Chairman Mark Rosenker

Sep 28, 2020
Mark V. Rosenker, former NTSB chairman, retired U.S. Air Force Major General and a tireless transportation safety advocate, died Sept. 26 in Alexandria, Virginia. He was 73.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Aegean Defers Aircraft After $185M H1 Net Loss

By Victoria Moores Sep 28, 2020
Aegean Airlines CEO Dimitris Gerogiannis is facing the “most challenging and least predictable winter ever” after the airline posted a €158.8 million ($184.7 million) net loss for the first half of 2020.
Airlines & Lessors

JAL, Matternet To Test Drone Deliveries In Tokyo

By Bill Carey Sep 28, 2020
Drone delivery system developer Matternet has announced a partnership with Japan Airlines (JAL) to demonstrate the transport of medical supplies by drone in Tokyo.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Aeromar Hopes ‘Common Sense Approach’ To Network Will Win Out

By David Casey Sep 28, 2020
Aeromar is poised to open a second service to the U.S. over the coming days—one of three new routes being launched in October—as the Mexico City-based carrier rebuilds and reshapes its network in response to travel demand.
Airports & Routes

MAX Jets Back On The Agenda For Somon Air

By David Casey Sep 28, 2020
Tajikistan’s Somon Air is mulling the possibility of adding the currently grounded Boeing 737 MAX to its fleet, 15 months after pulling out of a deal to lease the narrowbody.
Airlines & Lessors

 

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