JetBlue Pulls Out Of Long Beach In Favor Of LAX Expansion

By Ben Goldstein Jul 09, 2020
JetBlue Airways will pull out of southern California’s Long Beach Airport (LGB) as it looks to consolidate its greater Los Angeles area service at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
Airlines & Lessors

LATAM’s Brazilian Unit Files For Chapter 11 Protection

By David Casey Jul 09, 2020
LATAM Airlines Brasil has followed other parts of the Chilean airline group in entering Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Airlines & Lessors

Daily Memo: Could There Be A PSP-2?

By Ben Goldstein Jul 09, 2020
Since the passage of the CARES Act in late March, labor unions have fretted over the possibility of a mass wave of layoffs as soon as the law’s ban on involuntary payroll reductions expires Oct. 1.
Airlines & Lessors

European Aviation Plans New Use For Old Airbus A340s

By Alan Dron Jul 09, 2020
UK firm European Aviation plans to convert “up to 10” Airbus A340-600s to freighters as the shortage of bellyhold cargo capacity in passenger aircraft prevails.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Africa Begins To Reopen, But Challenges Remain

By Victoria Moores Jul 09, 2020
African countries are beginning to reopen their borders and allow airlines to resume flights, but carriers like Air Namibia, fastjet and South African Airways (SAA) are still facing stiff headwinds.
Airlines & Lessors

Ryanair, Cabin Crew Agree To Pay Cuts

By Alan Dron Jul 09, 2020
LONDON—Ireland-based ULCC Ryanair and cabin crew union Unite have agreed to temporary salary reductions in return for retaining jobs among the airline’s UK personnel.
Airlines & Lessors

Europe’s Airports, Airlines Bemoan ‘Patchwork’ Easing Of Restrictions

By Alan Dron Jul 09, 2020
European states are sowing confusion among travelers by failing to take a uniform approach to easing restrictions on pandemic-related air transport bans, warned representatives of the continent’s airlines and airports. 
Airports & Routes

Hawaiian Airlines Returning A321neos To U.S. Mainland Flights

By Adrian Schofield Jul 09, 2020
Hawaiian Airlines is preparing to return most of its Airbus A321neo fleet to active service as the carrier ramps up flights between Hawaii and the U.S. mainland.
Airlines & Lessors

EDITORIAL: Why Extending Slots Waiver Will Be A Critical Lifeline To Airlines

By Karen Walker Jul 09, 2020
When demand for air travel nosedived in March as the COVID-19 virus cascaded into a global pandemic, regulators who oversee slot allocations at the…
ATW Opinion

Global Capacity To Break 50 Million Seats

By David Casey Jul 09, 2020
The total number of scheduled seats offered by airlines around the world is on course to break the 50 million barrier next week—the first time the figure will have been achieved in more than three months.
Airlines & Lessors

Finnair Raises $578M From New Stock Issue

By Victoria Moores Jul 09, 2020
Finnair has raised €512 million ($578 million) through the issue of new shares, generating around €501 million in net proceeds after costs.
Airlines & Lessors

Airbus Delivers 36 Commercial Aircraft In June

By Jens Flottau Jul 09, 2020
Airbus saw a substantial recovery of deliveries in June compared to May, but the level is still well below pre-crisis and current production rates.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Despite $3.8B COVID Hit, Rolls-Royce Sees Gradual Recovery in Air Travel

By Tony Osborne Jul 09, 2020
Aero-engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce has taken a £3 billion ($3.8 billion) hit to its finances as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Aircraft & Propulsion

AirAsia Cites Progress In Negotiating New Financing

By Adrian Schofield Jul 09, 2020
AirAsia has highlighted its efforts to raise new funds and cut costs as it seeks to reassure investors following an auditor’s report that questioned the carrier’s financial viability.
Airlines & Lessors

IAG’s LEVEL France To Cease Operations

By Kurt Hofmann Jul 09, 2020
International Airlines Group’s (IAG) long-haul LCC LEVEL France will cease operations and start consultations with staff representatives on July 15, just weeks after sister short-haul carrier LEVEL Europe announced insolvency June 19.
Airlines & Lessors

Decarbonizing Aviation A Target Of Europe’s New Hydrogen Strategy

By Graham Warwick Jul 09, 2020
Renewable hydrogen will play a key role in supporting the EU’s commitment to be carbon neutral by 2050 by reducing emissions from hard-to-decarbonize sectors such as aviation, according to the European Commission’s Hydrogen Strategy unveiled on July 8.
Emerging Technologies

Royal Air Maroc To Reduce Employees, Fleet

By Kurt Hofmann Jul 09, 2020
Casablanca-based Royal Air Maroc will reduce its workforce by about one-third and shrink its fleet as it is reportedly losing MAD50 million ($5 million) every day because of the COVID-19 crisis.
Airlines & Lessors

U.S. Carriers ($20M Revenue/Yr) (Non-Scheduled Service) Fuel Cost 2019/2020

Jul 09, 2020
U.S. Carriers Fuel Cost
AWIN Knowledge Center

Global Jet Fuel Prices As of July 9, 2020

Jul 09, 2020
Global Jet Fuel Prices
AWIN Knowledge Center

Airbus Employees Protest Planned Job Cuts

By Thierry Dubois Jul 08, 2020
Thousands of Airbus employees gathered July 8 in Toulouse for a demonstration at Airbus’ main site for commercial aircraft, protesting planned job cuts related to the COVID-19 crisis.
Aircraft & Propulsion

American Airlines To Shrink International Network; Exit 15 Routes

By Ben Goldstein Jul 08, 2020
Although American Airlines has been more bullish than its peers about U.S. domestic air travel recovery, that optimism does not apply to its international operations.
Airlines & Lessors

Jiangxi Air Applies To Launch International Routes

By David Casey Jul 08, 2020
Jiangxi Air, the airline part-owned by Xiamen Airlines, has applied to the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to start international operations.
Airlines & Lessors

New Quebec-Based Airline Targets Warm-Weather Routes

By David Casey Jul 08, 2020
A new Canadian airline is set to launch later this year that will operate scheduled passenger routes to tourist destinations in the Caribbean. 
Airlines & Lessors

Daily Memo: A Runway Of Recommendations

By Bill Carey Jul 08, 2020
On April 17, Canadian Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced measures to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, including a requirement that airline passengers wear face masks throughout their journeys. 
Airlines & Lessors

United Warns 36,000 Employees Of Potential Furloughs

By Ben Goldstein Jul 08, 2020
United Airlines will notify 36,000 frontline employees this week about possible involuntary furloughs, setting the stage for a massive downsizing that could result in the loss of as much as 45% of its total workforce this fall.
Airlines & Lessors

 

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