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Airline coronavirus recovery tracker: May 2021 update

Our regular examination of the latest global data for several key airline market indicators, including international and domestic travel restrictions, traffic and capacity in passenger and cargo markets, in-service and stored fleets, jet fuel costs, and share price trends for the world’s largest groups.

Frontier A321 Max KJ FG


US network carriers may soon retreat from leisure routes added during Covid: discount airline CEOs

The heads of two US leisure airlines expect major US network carriers will soon begin retreating from many leisure routes they dumped into their networks during the pandemic.

Austrian Boeing 777 'preighter'


Austrian converts last ‘preighter’ for passenger service

Austrian Airlines is reconverting the last aircraft it had temporarily turned into a freighter during the Covid-19 pandemic, as long-haul passenger services resume.

Lynne Embleton, Aer Lingus chief executive


New Aer Lingus chief sees long road to recovery

Aer Lingus chief executive Lynne Embleton insists there is no strategic retreat from the Irish regions but that restructuring is required as a result of the Covid crisis which has inflicted around €1 billion ($1.2 billion) in damage on the airline.



Number of aircraft parked at Europe’s airports drops to pandemic low

The number of aircraft inactive for more than seven days in Europe has dropped to the lowest level since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, in what Eurocontrol describes as “a good sign for the summer ahead”.