AVIATION POTPOURRI IN THE TIME OF COVID-19 (9.25)

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AVIATION POTPOURRI IN THE TIME OF COVID-19 (9.25)

This is the twenty-second 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.


AIRLINES

airlines and COVID-19

Airline workers have lower rates of COVID-19 than the general population — and airline CEOs say it’s proof that flying is safe

Airlines say it’s safe to fly. Travelers are skeptical. Who’s right?

Nearly 11,000 people have been exposed to the coronavirus on flights, the CDC says

Last in, first out: Female pilots bear brunt of airline job cuts

Unruly anti-mask passengers disrupt Japanese airlines

Coronavirus can spread on airline flights, two studies show


 AIRPORTS

airport covid stop sign

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