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The move by UK budget airline EasyJet to delay deliveries comes amid pressure from its biggest shareholder to cancel an order for 107 A320neos.
Monthly A320 rates will fall from 60 to 40, while A330 rates decline to two and A350 rates to six.
Members of the Unite union employed by BA voted to accept 30,000 furloughs by a 99-percent margin.
U.S. low-fare carrier JetBlue will reduce departures from the New York area from 215 to 30.
Spirit AeroSystems, Boeing's largest supplier, is also shortening work weeks and cutting executives' pay.
The Covid-19 epidemic has prompted Lufthansa Group to retire several aircraft and close bases.
Europe’s ATM providers have agreed to postpone payment of €1.1 billion in air traffic control fees.
Production activities at the site of Boeing 787 manufacture in Charleston will stop on April 8 until further notice.
With aviation in the UK all but grounded, the government is addressing emergency loan applications on a case-by-case basis.
Europe’s dominant aerospace company halts production activities in Bremen, Stade, and Mobile.