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Serbia opened passenger airline service

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May 2020

Serbia opened passenger airline service

National airline company Air Serbia launched regular passenger flights from May 21st but first commercial flight to Belgrade airport Nikola Tesla after easing restrictions introduced due to COVID-2019 took place earlier. First commercial flight of the low-cost company Wizz Air arrived on May 18th about 11:40 a.m. from London almost with 100 passengers. From May 21st Air Serbia started regular flights. On the first day…

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Lufthansa announced plans to resume flights in June

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May 2020

Lufthansa announced plans to resume flights in June

German airline company Lufthansa Group plans in June of the current year to resume flights on 130 routes. It is said in the message of the air carrier. Due to coronavirus pandemic major part of the airline company’s fleet involuntarily stood idle but from June airplanes will start to fly again, 80 airplanes Lufthansa, Eurowings and SWISS. They will serve touristic directions as well. It…

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AirBaltic resumes flights in Europe

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May 2020

AirBaltic resumes flights in Europe

Latvian Ministry of Transport allowed airBaltic airline company to resume flights from end of May to a row of European directions. “We return to safe our positions in the region” – airBaltic press service quotes the words of the Baltic carrier’s CEO Martin Gauss. He also underlined that passengers’ health and the health of the employees are put first. “All our passengers are now provided…

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The biggest Canadian airline company Air Canada will dismiss up to 60% of employees

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May 2020

The biggest Canadian airline company Air Canada will dismiss up to 60% of employees

The biggest Canadian airline company Air Canada announced that will dismiss minimum half of employees because of crises caused by coronavirus pandemic. Because of closed borders Air Canada reduced number of routes by 95%. Company in which work about 38000 people expects that return to normal life will take a lot of time. “We took very painful decision to limit our activity in accordance with…

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Airline companies informed about new flight rules

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May 2020

Airline companies informed about new flight rules

Several international airline companies told about changes in rules for air transportation of passengers in conditions of coronavirus pandemic. Big European low-cost company will oblige passengers to ask stewards permission to visit WC. In airline company such measure was explained: it is aimed to avoid queues and keep social distance in order to avoid coronavirus contamination. Canadian airline company announced that economy class will seat…

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Due to pandemic the biggest Columbian airline company filed for bankruptcy

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May 2020

Due to pandemic the biggest Columbian airline company filed for bankruptcy

The biggest and the oldest Columbian airline company Avianca filed for bankruptcy in order to reorganize business because coronavirus pandemic caused reduction of passenger flow. Company doesn’t make flights since the end of March. The company has already went bankrupt at the end of 2000’s. On May 10th “Avianca Holdings SA and certain of its subsidiaries and affiliates filed voluntary petitions under Chapter 11 of…

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Boeing said good bye to Embraer. Part 3

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May 2020

Boeing said good bye to Embraer. Part 3

After two air crashes of Boeing 737 MAX and full discontinuation of operation and production of these airplanes American aviation giant appeared on the verge of financial crisis. Direct and indirect Boeing losses already exceeded 20 billion USD and continue to grow fast. Airline companies of entire world have already cancelled about 500 orders for these airplanes and filed many million lawsuits with claims for…

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Boeing said good bye to Embraer. Part 2

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May 2020

Boeing said good bye to Embraer. Part 2

As a reminder, strategic partnership of Boeing and Embraer was agreed by corporations’ presidents of that time Dennis Muilenburg and Paulo Cesar da Silva on Summer 2018. And at the same time was also taken decision to create two joint ventures. First was intended to be created on the base of Brazilian corporation’s divisions that deal with production and product support services of commercial airplanes….

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Boeing said good bye to Embraer. Part 1

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May 2020

Boeing said good bye to Embraer. Part 1

American corporation refused to acquire Brazilian manufacturer of regional airplanes for 4,2 billion USD due to crises. Among Boeing and Embraer joint-venture creation erupted huge scandal. Americans declared directly that they do not intend to acquire control packet of stocks of the third biggest airplane manufacturer because they are dissatisfied with the terms of partnership. And all trial to find acceptable solution of this problem…

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