AVIATION POTPOURRI IN THE TIME OF COVID-19 (5.28)

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This is the ninth 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.

This edition has an increased amount of content focusing on recovery and long term operations post coronavirus.


AIRLINES

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IATA Outlines Layered Approach for Industry Re-Start

Airline Debt to Balloon by 28 Percent; Heavy New Debt Levels Will Weigh Down Airline Recovery

EASA launches programme to monitor the implementation of its COVID-19 operational protocol

American Airlines Tells Flight Attendants They Are Categorically Not Allowed to Wear Face Shields 

JetBlue Continues Commitment to Blocking Middle Seats in New ‘Safety from the Ground Up’ Program

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Alaska Airlines Launches Meals Challenge

EasyJet to Resume Flights on June 15 with All on Board Wearing Masks

Two Japanese airlines requiring passengers to wear face masks against coronavirus

New Airline StarLux Recruits Pilots Amid the Pandemic

Oman Air takes additional pandemic safety measures

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AIRPORTS

CORONA VIRUS SIGN AT AIRPORT

From parking to concessions, here are the safety protocols you’ll see in Washington-area airports

These are new safety regulations coming to Pittsburgh’s airports

Airports in Anchorage and Fairbanks offer COVID-19 testing to some out-of-state workers

Airports of the Future will Utilize Biometrics for a Contactless Journey to Boost Passenger Confidence

Airport dogs could sniff out coronavirus

TSA updates airport screening measures amid coronavirus: Face masks, food out of carry-ons, more

Airports Initiate Safety Precautions Amid Pandemic
 

Infrared thermal scanners to be installed at airports, rail station

Safety Kits For Passengers And More: Your Guide To Airport, Flight Rules

More Passengers Climbing Back on Airplanes

Travel bans leave hundreds stranded at Brazil airports

Quito Airport is Ready to Resume Operations


BA & GA

TJ Kim flying med supplies to hospitals

 NBAA, NATA Debunk Bloomberg’s Caricature of COVID Impact on Business

Volunteer Pilots Help Be the Match​ During Coronavirus Pandemic

Journalists’ Roundtable: Business Aviation and COVID-19

Covid Putting Charter Ops Under New Level of Scrutiny

EASA Provides Tips For Operating During COVID-19 Pandemic

FLYING AMID COVID-19: STATE-BY-STATE GUIDE FOR PILOTS

LATEST NEWS: CORONAVIRUS IMPACT ON GA MAY 27 UPDATE

Regulatory and Tax Considerations for Charitable Flights


 

MANUFACTURERS

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Boeing set to announce significant U.S. job cuts this week – union

Mitsubishi cuts hundreds of jobs, shuts Washington operations as it slashes SpaceJet budget 

Southwest Airlines CEO: Boeing 737 Max ‘Hopefully’ Flying Again in Late 2020

COVID-19 will be blamed

Major aerospace firms act to counter COVID-19

Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Airbus, Rolls-Royce among those offering relief, expertise.

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ET CETERA

et ceteraPresidential Order Directs Agency Focus on Relief

U.S. ‘Travel Bubbles’ Would Let Us Fly Safely and Bring Back Millions of Jobs

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Can drones help win the fight against coronavirus?

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to Resume Face-to-Face Instruction on June 30

COVID-19-Related U.S. Travel Job Losses Double National Unemployment at the Height of the Great Depression

EASA/ECDC Guidelines Welcomed

Could Pandemic Push FAA To Change Outdated Maintenance Training Requirements?

COVID-19 Doesn’t Open Up the National Airspace System

AviationPros Podcast-The Recovery of Airline Traffic

  Aviation industry prepares for sweeping changes in post-pandemic travel


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