• Helvetic pushes back seven E2 deliveries to 2021

  • Ireland-based Ryanair pilots agree temporary pay cut

  • Airline industry faces up to the next phase

  • Airlines must not forget environmental imperative during coronavirus

  • Portuguese state takes control of TAP to prevent bankruptcy

  • Governments must pay for virus health measures, say IATA and ACI

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Air France to shed over 7,000 jobs as part of €7 billion bail-out

Air France will shed almost 7,600 jobs over the next three years in an accelerated restructuring implemented in parallel with €7 billion ($7.9 billion) worth of government-backed loans.

Air Baltic Airbus A220


EU approves Latvian government’s €250 million aid for Air Baltic

Air Baltic’s €250 million ($281 million) government bail-out, taking the form of an equity investment, has received the green light from the European Commission.

Helvetic E2


Helvetic pushes back seven E2 deliveries to 2021

Swiss regional carrier Helvetic Airways has deferred delivery of seven Embraer 190-E2s that were due to join its fleet this year.

Heathrow airport entry


​UK to lift quarantine restrictions for more than 50 countries

Travellers arriving in England from more than 50 countries will no longer be required to self-isolate for 14 days from 10 July, the UK government has confirmed.