As governments prepare for the lifting of restrictions on movement, they must make an effort to set uniform rules and regulations governing travel.
Video: Etihad Puts Parked Planes Through Massive Maintenance Program
With 80% of its fleet grounded, Etihad Airways has decided to put on an ambitious aircraft maintenance program which includes full refurbishment of interiors, sanitising and renewing cabins.
With 200 people working per shift, 24/7, the airline has already replaced more than 10,000 seat covers, shampooed carpets onboard and thoroughly cleaned panels and surfaces.
Cargo Offers “Faint Ray Of Sunshine” At Copenhagen Airport
For Danish society and Danish businesses, air cargo traffic is the only source of comfort even though it has also been hit hard.
SAS Serving Limited Routes In Scandinavia in April
March traffic figures published by the airline show a steep decline, of 61.9% in RPKs (revenue passenger kilometres), compared to March 2019, and an average load factor of 48.6%.
COVID-19 Recovery Strategy: Planning for X-Day, In Aviation and Beyond
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Copenhagen Airport Announces Staff Reductions As It Deals With Coronavirus Slow-Down
CPH expects a high double-digit number of aircraft to be parked at Copenhagen Airport before long.
Finnair cuts capacity by 90% as travel demand falls because of COVID-19
Finnair will cut capacity by 90%, starting from 1 April and keep critical air connections for Finland, limited connections to Europe, and one remaining intercontinental route to Japan. The airline cites the “severe impact on demand for air travel” resulting from the coronavirus pandemic.
New Flying Restrictions In Denmark After Border Closing In Response To COVID-19
The new border closures, announced on Friday evening, are limiting entry to Danish citizens, legal residents, and those who have an approved express purpose for their visit.
Copenhagen Airport Warns Of COVID-19 Economic Crisis
“The situation is developing much faster and more dramatically than what happened during the financial crisis, after 9/11, the ash cloud and any other event that has impacted on aviation since the Second World War,” says Copenhagen Airport CEO Thomas Woldbye.