Middle East carriers aim to get back on track

Middle East carriers aim to get back on track

Much of the attention on airlines in the Middle East during the coronavirus crisis has focused on the big three Gulf operators and the struggles of Israeli carrier El Al. Qatar Airways has been one of the most active operators through the crisis, while the two big UAE...
USA bans Chinese carriers from mid-June

USA bans Chinese carriers from mid-June

The US Department of Transportation has banned Chinese airlines from flying to the USA from mid-June in retaliation for a Chinese order that US officials say effectively prohibits US airlines from resuming China flights. The DOT says China’s actions have kept US  from...
For SMEs, the crisis is only beginning

For SMEs, the crisis is only beginning

From Cincinnati to Sheffield, Seville to Seoul, owners of thousands of manufacturing firms in the aerospace supply chain are wondering if they will still have a business at the end of the year. As Covid-19 lockdowns and other restrictions begin to ease, and...
Porter Airlines Delays Restart Until Late June

Porter Airlines Delays Restart Until Late June

Porter Airlines is pushing its planned operational restart back four weeks to June 29, citing the likelihood of continued coronavirus-related travel restrictions both within Canada and across the U.S. border. President and CEO Michael Deluce of Porter Airlines said...
Vietnam Carriers Resume More Domestic Flights

Vietnam Carriers Resume More Domestic Flights

Vietnam’s Ministry of Transport has relaxed restrictions on some domestic routes in the country, including increasing the number of permitted frequencies on flights between the capital Hanoi (HAN) and Ho Chi Minh City (SGN). From April 23, 20X-daily return flights are...