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The Zen of Airline Route Maps

Point to Point: Alaska Airlines’ Throwback Flights, and the Weird Zen of Airline Route Maps. ( More...

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El Al Likely To Close In Days Without Government Help

The flag carrier of Israel, El Al, is “likely to close” if the government does not provide financial assistance in the coming days, airline chairman Eli Defes warned on Monday. The airline has suspended all regular passenger traffic but is still operating some humanitarian flights. ( More...

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Airlines Want To Cancel Rule Requiring Them To Refund Fares For Canceled Flights

"The key element for us is to avoid running out of cash so refunding the canceled ticket for us is almost unbearable financially speaking," IATA Director General Alexandre De Juniac said in an online news conference on Tuesday. ( More...

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Rolls Royce Begins Building Its Biggest Engine Yet

Rolls Royce has begun construction of its largest engine yet. The UltraFan engine should allow Rolls Royce to define new standards for engine sustainability in addition to efficiency. ( More...

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WestJet to rehire nearly 6,400 workers with help of federal wage subsidy

WestJet says 6,400 workers will be brought back onto its payroll once the federal government has approved an emergency wage subsidy program. In a statement Wednesday night, WestJet CEO Ed Sims cautioned that there might not be enough work for the rehired employees, but noted "it does help them make ends meet. ( More...

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Number of airline passengers has dropped nearly 96%

The number of people traveling by plane has dropped by about 96%, according to multiple metrics reviewed by CNN. One is the number of people screened by the Transportation Security Administration at airports. That number is about 96% lower than it was this time last year. ( More...

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Lessors’ Max orders at risk with Avolon cancellation

Avolon is removing 75 Boeing 737 Max jets from its orderbook, and while the world’s fourth largest lessor by fleet value says it “remains committed” to the type, these add to cancellations from before the coronavirus pandemic. ( More...

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American Airlines Donates More Than 81,000 Pounds Of Food Across The Country

American Airlines donates more than 81,000 pounds of food across the country, including food banks in Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth and Phoenix who received donations. The airline partnered with Feeding America to help restock their dwindling supplies. ( More...

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Atlanta faced with growing homeless population at Hartsfield-Jackson

The city of Atlanta is faced with another challenge in the coronavirus outbreak: Hundreds of homeless people are sleeping at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. ( More...

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Hailing the A310’s lasting legacy

Airbus invented the original widebody twinjet more than half a century ago, so it seems appropriate that a Toulouse product looks set to be the first of the breed to become extinct. ( More...


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