Turkish Airlines will implement deep pay cuts. It won’t lay off any employees but the cuts are really huge and don’t seem to be temporary.
https://airlinegeeks.com/2020/07/29/tur ... d-layoffs/
Turkish Airlines approved a codeshare agreement with Pakistan International Airlines. It means PIA passengers will be able to travel onboard Turkish Airlines aircraft to Birmingham, U.K.; London; Milan, Italy; Barcelona; Copenhagen, Denmark and Oslo, Norway via Istanbul Airport in addition to the de...Jump to post
In the letter sent to the staff British Airways said “We have recently refreshed the interiors of a number of them with the intention of a good few remaining years in service.” It was part of a billion-pound upgrade program to help extend the lifespan of the fleet. https://airlinegeeks.com/2020/07/1...Jump to post
Qatar Airways resumed flights to Maldives, Antalya and Bodrum. The airline had already resumed flights to Athens, Zanzibar and Kilimanjaro.
https://airlinegeeks.com/2020/07/16/qat ... y-resorts/
Azures Airlines resumed flights to Boston. There will be five flights per week to Boston in July and October and increase to seven in August and September.
https://airlinegeeks.com/2020/07/12/azo ... frankfurt/
Boeing has seen a total of at least 462 MAX cancellations since January, 2020. flyDubai might hit Boeing hard as it warns replacing MAX with Airbus A320neo aircraft. flyDubai is the second top customer with 251 firm orders after Southwest Airlines. https://airlinegeeks.com/2020/07/12/boeing-loses-46...Jump to post
Garuda Indonesia will launch direct flights to Bali from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Paris, New Delhi and Mumbai.
https://airlinegeeks.com/2020/07/08/gar ... and-india/
Europe’s two low-cost giants Ryanair and Wizz Air are in an open conflict over Buzz, a subsidiary of the Ryanair Group, as announced by Ryanair in a statement on Friday. Wizz Air previously filed a lawsuit against Ryanair to block its rival low-cost carrier from using the Buzz brand. The Hungarian ...Jump to post
Air France had to take this dramatic decision to ensure its existence. 1-) The airline owes approximately $1 billion to the customers whose flights were canceled due to the pandemic. [threeid] While the airline lost most of its operational income, it still has to reimburse the equivalent of approxim...Jump to post
Airbus is still going on assembling the remaining double-deckers. They did not pause the production. Emirates ordered 115 777X, 30 Dreamliner and 50 A350. I think Airbus won’t step back and will get what it wants. In the end, Boeing will be the winner of this battle. By the way, Bloomberg has not pr...Jump to post
Emirates want to cancel five of eight A380 orders. They basically want to deliver A6-EVL, A6-EVM and A6-EVN that are at Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport and want to cancel other five double-deckers (registered as A6-EVO, A6-EVP, A6-EVQ, A6-EVR, A6-EVS) that are in the final assembly line. Is that possib...Jump to post
Emirates will also likely remove two of its aging A380s, registered as A6-EDA and A6-EDC, that are stored at Dubai International Airport.
https://airlinegeeks.com/2020/06/14/emi ... tire-more/
American passengers sued Norwegian Air Shuttle due to unpaid coronavirus cancellations. It looks the airline owes 200-400 million dollars to the passengers.
https://airlinegeeks.com/2020/06/13/nor ... d-refunds/