A collection of the various news gatherers offerings over the last week. I have put a few examples of what there is on each site but there is much more than just these suggestions. Click on the link to take go direct to their site to find out...
Virgin Australia may come back stronger
Virgin Atlantic to leave its birthplace
Hong Kong Airport Rolls Out Disinfection Booths
Anchorage Airport Reopens After Bomb Threat
South African Airways to Be Replaced with New National Airline
United Redefines What Flight Cancellation Is To Avoid Refund
Qatar Airways B787 Collides With Parked A350 In Doha
Lufthansa Pilots Agree to 45% Pay Cut
Wizz Air Plans To Accelerate UAE Launch Amid Covid-19 Chaos
North American Carriers to Require Passengers to Wear Mask
Video: Flying Low Over Thousands of Parked Planes
British Airways may not resume Gatwick operations.
Singapore Airlines is storing its A380s in the Australian desert
And Lufthansa sending A380s to Spanish storage airport.
Berlin Tegel to close on 1 June. Will it ever reopen?
JetSuiteX files for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Brisbane's new runway has been completed.
NetJets cuts staff and planned biz jet deliveries.
Lufthansa says it will be a much smaller airline post-coronavirus.
Norwegian says most of its fleet will remain grounded till 2021.
Auckland Airport may be much smaller, domestic oriented in the future.
Will BA leave LGW?
Argentina bans all flights until the end of August.
Air Transport World
Changes at Embraer Post Boeing pull out
Norwegian shareholders approve rescue plan