Largest UK airlines go against authorities’ quarantine plan

The largest British airlines filed a lawsuit against the authorities because of the introduction of quarantine. British Airways, EasyJet, and Ryanair will challenge in court the decision of the British government to impose a mandatory two-week quarantine for passengers arriving in the United Kingdom. This was announced by the international aviation holding IAG, which includes […]

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Beijing regrets the US decision to suspend flights of Chinese airlines

Beijing regrets Washington’s decision to suspend flights of Chinese airlines to the United States. The Civil Aviation Administration of the People’s Republic of China made a strict presentation to the US Ministry of Transport in this regard, spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry Zhao Lijiang said at a briefing on Thursday. “China regrets this decision. […]

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Hundreds of airlines to be banned in Europe

The European Commission (EC) has updated the list of aviation security (EU aviation security list), according to which several additional prohibitions apply in the European Union. A new list of nearly hundreds of carriers is published on the organization’s website. After assessing compliance with safety standards in the country, all certified organizations in Armenia, as […]

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France Trade Unions consider unacceptable Ryanair’s policy for its employees

The French government and unions strongly opposed Ryanair’s ultimatum, which offered its French employees a choice between a five-year pay cut or layoffs, France 24 reported. Ryanair has long been under criticism for its long rejection of union organizations and the practice of intimidating personnel. Last Friday, the airline published restructuring plans that provide for […]

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Lufthansa Group ends Q1 with EUR 2.1 billion lost

Lufthansa Group today, June 3, presented a financial report for the first quarter of this year. The German air carrier completed with a net loss of € 2.1 billion. “Air travel around the world has virtually stopped in recent months. This has an unprecedented effect on our quarterly performance,” quoted Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spor in […]

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Boeing sues Embraer after joint venture deal

The American concern Boeing filed an arbitration lawsuit against the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer due to the disruption of the transaction to create a joint venture, reports Reuters. According to the agency, Embraer filed a lawsuit against Boeing earlier, since a US concern had canceled an agreement on the production of medium-haul passenger airplanes in […]

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Emirates Announces Staff Reduction Due to COVID-19

Emirates Airlines announced a decision to further reduce staff amid the economic crisis associated with the outbreak of the coronavirus COVID-19. The carrier said in a statement that a “tough” decision had been made, which was affected by a change in the economic situation and the suspension of air traffic from March 25, 2020. “Although […]

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Polish Airports to receive regular flights again

Starting June 1, Poland’s airports began to serve regular domestic flights with passengers after a ban lasting 2.5 months. As part of the first phase of lifting restrictions, flights between the cities of the country will be operated by the state airline LOT. Its schedule for the first days provides for the implementation of about […]

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