AVIATION POTPOURRI IN THE TIME OF COVID-19 (9.04)

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AVIATION POTPOURRI IN THE TIME OF COVID-19 (9.04)

This is the twentieth Potpourri edition.

This information resource is intended to capture some of the articles about the coronavirus impact on aviation. Not included are, for example, the high profile battles over the grants/loans under CARES, but stories of how the aviation safety personnel are dealing with this epidemic.


airline captain with maskAIRLINES 

 Delta Becomes First U.S. Airline to Finally Fit Hand Sanitizing Station Onboard Aircraft… But Why Did it Take So Long?

COVID-19 dl

Insolvent Airline Avianca to Get Government Loan Lifeline

 

The airline industry could shrink by half to survive, United Airlines chairman says

Job losses in aviation could approach half-million by year’s end

WestJet Pilots Support Airlines Zero Tolerance Mask Policy


airport covid stop sign

 AIRPORTS

DEMONSTRATE YOUR COMMITMENT TO CLEANLINESS

Airports Council Releases COVID-19 Recovery Recommendations and Priorities

How To Avoid Contact With TSA Officers At The Airport

Italian health minister suggests Covid swab testing at all EU airports

Collins Aerospace eliminates the need for touching airport kiosks with new mobile phone check-in and baggage drop offering

Government is ‘overseeing the demise of UK aviation’

San Antonio International Airport gets new LightStrike Robot to combat COVID-19

San Antonio International Is First Airport in the World to Purchase and Deploy Virus and Bacteria Defeating Xenex LightStrike Robot


GA PILOTS COVID-19 FLIGHTS

Private jet firms are buying dozens of new planes and hiring furloughed airline pilots as demand in the industry skyrockets back to normal

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