AVIATION POTPOURRI IN THE TIME OF COVID-19 (4.23)

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FIFTH POTPOURRI ON COVID-19

Collection of stories about Coronavirus Impact

Airlines, airports, BA/GA, manufacturers

Catch all category “et cetera”

 

This is the fifth Potpourri edition. This information resource is intended to capture some of the articles about the coronavirus impact on aviation. Not the high profile battles over the grants/loans under CARES, but stories of how the aviation safety personnel are dealing with this epidemic. [etymology of potpourri  its original meaning is “rotten stew”].


AIRLINES

 

potpourri and airplane

COVID-19 Severely Hampering Crew Safety – Homeland Security Today

COVID-19: Updated Interim Occupational Health and Safety Guidance for Air Carriers and Crews.

United Airlines posts $2.1 billion loss on coronavirus hit, seeks more federal aid

UNITED EMPTY COUNTERS

Four Norwegian Air Crew Units Declare Bankruptcy

Delta reports its first loss in five years as coronavirus ravages airlines

Delta’s Bastian Sees Recovery Taking as Long as Three Years

Personnel Actions Are  in Response to COVID-19-Related Declines in Airline Traffic

Air Canada to Temporarily Suspend Transborder U.S. Flights

Last Flights Between Canada And The US Will Operate April 26, But Will Resume May 22

Virgin Australia Enters Voluntary Administration

Will Continue To Operate Its Scheduled International And Domestic Flights

IATA Sees Recession Resulting in Slow Airline Recovery


 

AIRPORTS

CORONA VIRUS SIGN AT AIRPORT

iinside Releases Safe Distance Analytics for Building, Facility and Venue Operators Addressing Public Fear of COVID-19

FAA Rolls Out NBAA-Supported Emergency Relief Plan for Airports

Some small NC airports get more federal coronavirus aid than larger ones. Here’s why

Opinion: Airport concession fee strategies in the coronavirus era

AIRPORT CONCESSIONS

13 incredible pictures show Heathrow completely empty in lockdown

 

EMPTY HEATHROW

Asia-Pacific aviation sector prepares to resume operations

ACI PACIFIC

More than two dozen TSA officers at Armstrong International Airport test positive for COVID-19


BA & GA

 

loading medical supplies into GA plane

BBGA – Delivering Vital Support to UK in a National Crisis

BA PLANE carrying COVID-19 patient

NATA News – NATA Releases White Paper on Recommended Practices for Airport Sponsors and Commercial Aviation Businesses in Addressing Leasehold Issues in Response to COVID-19

Aerial photographer shares views of a shut-down California

AOPA picture of empty parking lot


 

MANUFACTURERS

manufacturers

AIA PRESIDENT AND CEO: MORE HELP IS NEEDED TO SUPPORT SMALL BUSINESSES IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN

Boeing, other major U.S. manufacturers reopening amid fierce political heat

Boeing workers return to their factories to find hand-washing stations and a new sense of worry


 

ET CETERA

et cetera

Coronavirus Impact on Travel Nine Times Worse Than 9/11

Visitor who violated Hawaii’s travel quarantine rules to be escorted back to airport

Aviation Policy News: Bailout Terms for Airlines and How COVID-19 Will Change the Airline Industry

15 deaths in the airline industry in 9 days linked to coronavirus. Why are planes still flying?


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