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IAG Still Considering Boeing 737 Max for Fleet Renewal
The parent company of BA, Aer Lingus, Iberia, and Vueling continues to evaluate routes for the 737 Max as it sinks to a €7.4 billion operating loss.
TUI Fly Belgium First To Resume 737 Max Operations in EU
The Belgian arm of TUI Fly performed the first Max revenue flight in the EU since March 2019 with a service from Brussels to Alicante, Spain.
European Airlines Signal Support for SAF Blending Quota
The European Commission plans to announce plans for an EU-wide blending obligation as part of its wider ReFuelEU proposal to boost supply and demand.
EU Legacy Carriers Press for Delay of Open Skies with Qatar
Air France-KLM and Lufthansa Group assert that granting more traffic rights to Qatar Airways is untimely due to the Covid-19 crisis.
EASA To Strengthen Safety Reviews of U.S.-certified Aircraft
The EU aviation safety regulator expects to clear the Boeing 737 Max to fly again in Europe shortly.
IAG Moves on Purchase of Air Europa at Discounted Price
The group will pay only half of the price upon which it initially agreed and will defer payment for six years.
EU Aerospace Set To Benefit from Post-Brexit Deal with UK
A European Commission official applauds “asymmetries" between UK and EASA design certificate approvals.
European Flight Volume Collapsed to Mid-1980s Level in 2020
Ryanair remained the region’s largest operator last year while Eurowings and Norwegian dropped out of the top 10 of airlines performing the most flights.
UK-EU Deal Preserves All Third- and Fourth-freedom Rights
The UK’s CAA will become responsible for aircraft certification and regulation in the country when it leaves EASA on January 1.
Countries Restrict UK Flights on New Covid-19 Variant Concerns
Several governments have suspended direct air traffic rights to their country for all passenger flights from any UK airports.
ATR Hands Over First New-built ATR 72-600F to FedEx
U.S. express transportation company FedEx will take delivery of 30 ATR 72-600Fs over the next five years and deploy them in Europe and the Americas.
Airline and Pilot Groups Urge Covid Testing Exemptions for Crew
Given airlines' role in Covid-19 vaccine transport, flight crew should get priority for the coronavirus vaccine.
IATA Predicts Massive $118 Billion Loss for Airlines This Year
Former IAG boss Willie Walsh will succeed IATA DG Alexandre de Juniac to steer the industry through the Covid crisis with renewed focus on the environment.
Boeing Readies Return to Delivery of 737 Max
Boeing has established a dedicated 24/7 operations center for rapid issue resolution and will install expanded onsite specialized teams in five regions.
Norwegian Air Shuttle Warns of ‘Very Uncertain Future’
LCC Norwegian fights for its survival after the Norwegian government rejected a second Covid-19 bailout.
Lufthansa's Hub Strategy Meant to Cope with Covid-19 Slump
The European airline group predicts the winter will be immensely challenging and trims capacity to 25 percent of last year’s level.
Ryanair Remains Committed to Boeing 737 Max
Europe’s largest low-cost carrier group hopes to operate at least 30 Max 200 jets in summer 2021, hints at new Max order.
Paris CDG Overtakes London Heathrow as Europe's Busiest Airport
Heathrow urges the swift introduction of Covid-19 passenger testing to replace the quarantine rule and reverse a fall in traffic.
IATA Points to Labor as Big Item for Possible Cost Reductions
The trade body warns that unit costs will have to be cut by 30 percent to match expected decline in unit revenue and reach break-even in 2021.
New British Airways Boss Pleads for Pre-departure Covid Tests
The UK government is considering introducing a test days after arriving in the country with a shorter self-isolation period of seven days.
EASA Head Urges Common EU Covid-19 Travel Restrictions
According to EASA executive director Patrick Ky, agency data shows that air transport does not generate new coronavirus infections.
Wizz Air CEO Predicts a ‘Rollercoaster’ Covid-19 Recovery
József Váradi, head of Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air, slams a second wave of travel restrictions across Europe.
Norwegian Sinks Deeper into Red Due to Covid-19
The low-cost, long-haul concept remains at the center of Norwegian plans but on a smaller scale, prompting it to divest up to 17 of its 37 Boeing 787s.
Lufthansa Warns of Low Yields as Capacity Expands
The number of flights in European airspace are nearing 50 percent of 2019 levels, driven mainly by low-cost carriers operating short-haul leisure flights.
Virgin Australia Becomes Short-haul Carrier
London-based Virgin Atlantic hopes creditors will approve its restructuring and recapitalization plan on August 25 as its cash reserves are dissipating.
Airbus Aims To ‘Significantly’ Cull Aircraft Inventory by Year-end
Europe's dominant OEM counted 145 unshipped airplanes in inventory at the end of June because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A4E Renews Call To Prolong Slot Rule Waiver Through March
The airline group asserts that the ongoing Covid-19 crisis and its impact on demand justify their demand to freeze their slot portfolios.
Novel Coronavirus Shakes Up Global Airline Industry
Airlines that have not benefitted from government aid struggle to survive the pandemic.
IATA, Green Lobby at Odds over New Baseline for Corsia
ICAO’s decision to change the baseline date for Corsia’s emissions calculation has drawn condemnation from environmentalists but applause from airlines.
Lufthansa Saved From Collapse By Disputed Government Aid
The German airline's leading private shareholder had opposed state aid, which was contingent on the government taking a 20 percent stake in the company.
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