On one wing: the coronavirus reached private aviation

Restrictions on civil aviation flights amid the spread of the new coronavirus are global and almost total. World carriers tighten their belts, cancel flights and try to dump in the hope of making up for losses; shares of aviation industry companies went down, travel agencies expect enormous losses. Against this background, Western companies that provide […]

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The Netherlands has resumed flights with countries that suffer the most from coronavirus

From April 17, the Netherlands lifted the ban on flights with Austria, Spain, and Italy. However, foreigners who want to enter the country are required to report their health status. The easing of quarantine restrictions in the Netherlands is reported by Easa.europa.eu. On April 17, the Netherlands lifted the ban on flights with Austria, Spain, […]

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How anti-flying ideas of corporations hit the airlines

Not only individual eco-activists but also entire corporations are already thinking about the dangers of flights. They refuse to pay for airline tickets and replace business trips with online negotiations. Such sentiments are already seriously affecting airlines. To mark the receipt of investments of $ 460 million, the financial startup Klarna Bank called 600 employees […]

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