(Reuters) – Chile’s LATAM Airlines Group (LTM.SN) filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection on Tuesday, becoming the world’s largest carrier so far to seek an emergency reorganization due to the coronavirus pandemic. FILE PHOTO: The logo of LATAM Airlines is pictured … Continue reading LATAM becomes largest airline yet driven to bankruptcy by coronavirus
SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Chile’s LATAM Airlines Group SA (LTM.SN) filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection on Tuesday, becoming the world’s largest carrier so far to seek an emergency reorganization amid the coronavirus pandemic. FILE PHOTO: The logo of LATAM Airlines … Continue reading LATAM becomes largest airline driven to bankruptcy by coronavirus
(Reuters) – LATAM Airlines Group SA (LTM.SN) filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection on Tuesday, becoming the largest carrier to seek an emergency reorganization amid the coronavirus crisis. FILE PHOTO: The logo of LATAM Airlines is pictured on an Airbus plane … Continue reading LATAM becomes largest airline to file for bankruptcy amid coronavirus
(Reuters) – Latin America’s largest airline LATAM Airlines Group SA (LTM.SN) said on Tuesday the company and its affiliates in Chile, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and the U.S. have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United States. FILE PHOTO: … Continue reading Latin America’s largest airline LATAM files for U.S. bankruptcy protection
FILE PHOTO: The logo of LATAM Airlines is pictured on an Airbus plane in Colomiers near Toulouse, France, November 6, 2018. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (Reuters) – LATAM Airlines Group SA (LTM.SN) said on Tuesday the company and its affiliates in Chile, … Continue reading Chile’s LATAM Airlines files for U.S. Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
Passengers board an American Airlines flight to Charlotte, North Carolina at San Diego International Airport on May 20, 2020 in San Diego, California. Sandy Huffaker | Getty Images Airline passengers this summer will face a host of new policies and … Continue reading What you need to know about flying during the coronavirus pandemic
FILE PHOTO: Delta Air Lines passenger planes are seen parked due to flight reductions made to slow the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport in Birmingham, Alabama, U.S. March 25, 2020. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage (Reuters) – Delta Air … Continue reading Delta to provide care kit containing masks to passengers
It was yet again another bad week for the airline industry, with more relentlessly depressing news. The aero-engine maker Rolls Royce announced it is cutting 9,000 jobs, Brussels Airlines pilots suggested they might accept a 45 per cent pay cut … Continue reading Analysis: Can the aviation industry survive the coronavirus crisis?
FILE PHOTO: A United Airlines passenger jet takes off with New York City as a backdrop, at Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey, U.S. December 6, 2019. REUTERS/Chris Helgren/File Photo WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Transportation Department said late Friday … Continue reading U.S. grants tentative OK for 15 air carriers to suspend service to 75 airports
(Reuters) – U.S. carriers JetBlue Airways Corp and United Airlines Holdings Inc announced fresh safety measures on Wednesday aimed at restoring confidence in air travel as several executives pointed to signs domestic demand is improving. U.S. states are starting to … Continue reading U.S. airlines step up safety measures in preparation for recovery
SYDNEY/BEIJING/HELSINKI (Reuters) – In Thailand, you cannot have food or water in flight and must wear a mask. In Malaysia and Indonesia, the plane needs to be half-empty. In the United States and Europe, it’s not mandatory for airlines to … Continue reading Empty middle seat? Depends on which country you are flying in
By Alice Klein Officials in New Zealand moved quickly to respond to the coronavirus pandemic, and the country is close to eliminating covid-19 cases. New Zealand is tantalisingly close to wiping out covid-19, but does that mean life there will … Continue reading New Zealand is close to wiping out covid-19 – can it return to normal?