• Improving travel demand lifts NZ domestic networks

  • IAG Cargo sees large revenue gain after responding to freight crisis

  • KLM to cut 15% of workforce amid ‘new reality’

  • Aeroflot detects ‘gradual recovery’ in domestic flights

  • Airlines left doubting if enough people can, or will, travel in 2020

  • IATA pushes airline recovery to 2024 amid ‘surprisingly weak’ restart

AirAsia X Thailand Airbus A330neo


Malaysian brokerage issues dire warning about AirAsia X

Malaysian brokerage firm CGS CIMB Securities has questioned the ability of AirAsia X to survive the collapse in international air travel.



ExpressJet studying options amid warning of ‘wind down’

ExpressJet Airlines is evaluating “options for the future” following a severed relationship with United Airlines, though the regional carrier’s trade association says ExpressJet has warned of a “potential phased wind down”.



United plans to furlough at least one third of pilots

United Airlines plans to furlough at least one-third of its total pilot population as the carrier continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic’s long-term effects on the air transport industry.

Gol first 737 Max


​Gol sees Q3 as bridge to new normal

Brazilian airline Gol reported a second-quarter loss of R2 billion ($384,000) as the coronavirus crisis ravaged the air transport industry in the Latin American country.