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The Zen of Airline Route Maps

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

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Atlanta faced with growing homeless population at Hartsfield-Jackson

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

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Lessors’ Max orders at risk with Avolon cancellation

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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. (www.flightglobal.com) More...

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

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"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. (www.npr.org) More...

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Boeing discovers more software issues in the Max

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The United States planemaker confirmed to Reuters news agency on Tuesday that one issue involves hypothetical faults in the flight control computer microprocessor, which could potentially lead to a loss of control known as a runaway stabiliser, while the other issue could potentially lead to disengagement of the autopilot feature during final approach. Boeing said the software updates will address both issues. (www.aljazeera.com) More...

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Air Canada to rehire workers laid off due to COVID-19

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MONTREAL -- Air Canada plans to rehire 16,500 laid-off workers via Ottawa's emergency wage subsidy, though the vast majority will remain at home amid the collapse of global travel triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. The company said Wednesday it will apply for the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy to retain or bring back workers who were let go under a cost reduction program that saw nearly half of Air Canada's 36,000 employees lose their jobs as air traffic skidded to a halt due to the… (toronto.ctvnews.ca) More...

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Airline workers say they warned about coronavirus dangers months before infections hit

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Two more big airplane manufacturing facilities are shutting down because of the coronavirus outbreak. Airbus is temporarily halting production at its manufacturing plant in Mobile, Ala., where it makes A220 and A320 passenger jets, idling about 1,100 employees. And Boeing is closing down its 787 campus in North Charleston, S.C., affecting about 7,000 workers. (www.npr.org) More...

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Virgin Atlantic to temporarily suspend passenger operations

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Virgin Atlantic will not operate any passenger flights for nearly one week at the end of April. As a result of the ongoing coronavirus crisis, the airline detailed that between April 20-26, it will only operate cargo services (thepointsguy.com) More...

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Lufthansa will bring home thousands of vacationers from New Zealand

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Lufthansa will bring vacationers on behalf of the Federal Foreign Office from New Zealand back to Europe. Five Airbus A380s with 509 seats each and five Boeing 747s with 371 seats each will fly from Auckland and Christchurch, the country's two largest cities, departing from Frankfurt during the week. A total of 210 crew members are making their way to the island state in the South Pacific to bring vacationers back home. The flights go from Auckland and Christchurch to Bangkok and then on to… (newsroom.lufthansagroup.com) More...

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Wuhan Airport Reopens After 11 Week Lockdown

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After 11 weeks of total lockdown, Wuhan’s Tianhe International Airport operated its first flight since the 23rd of January. Some of the first passengers to leave the province were doctors and other medical staff who were flown into Wuhan from other areas of China to help battle the outbreak. However, despite flights starting up again, not everyone will be allowed to travel. Only those deemed safe will be allowed to travel. (simpleflying.com) More...

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