Aviation Potpourri In A Time Of COVID-19 [4.9]

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In these difficult times, the COVID-19 news is overwhelming and it is useful to separately keep track of the aviation items involving the coronavirus. The JDA Journal will try to collect and periodically post a selection of these articles. This edition tries to organize the articles by four broad topics (airlines, airports, business and general aviation, manufacturers and et cetera). Hopefully this digest {it does attempt to capture all such articles} will be interesting, thus the term POTPOURRI.[1]


Airlines

airlines

US carriers race to shrink fleets as nearly 400 near-term aircraft deliveries loom

American Airlines giving leave to nearly 1,500 pilots in April as it tries to trim workforce

Coronavirus: Air India pilots ‘at risk of infection’ on rescue flights

Updated COVID-19 Safety Information Bulletin includes new recommendations for aircraft operators and aerodrome operators

Dozens of United and Delta Air Lines pilots tested positive for COVID-19

[Coronavirus] German leisure airline Thomas Cook Aviation files for bankruptcy

JetBlue To Park Over 100 Aircraft – Simple Flying

FAA Issues SAFO Concerning Aircraft Overflow Parking

Delta Is Burning Through $60 Million Per Day

COVID-19 DL

Flying Empty Planes: Some Airlines Balk at Proposed Rules Under Federal Stimulus Package

Eastern Airlines is Rescuing Americans Stranded by Coronavirus

COVID-19 EA

Flight Attendants Call For ‘A Halt To All Leisure Travel’ Amid Coronavirus | The Union Journal

COVID-19 afa

Request to FAA for Social Distancing Waiver on Jumpseats and Safety Demo

ALPA receives exemption for Medical Certificates

COVID-19 ALPA

Safety Alert for Operators SAFO 20003 U.S. Department


AIRPORTS

airport introduction

Sea-Tac Airport and marina tenants get rent relief from Port of Seattle

Coronavirus Ireland: Why Irish airports still aren’t taking temperatures of passengers and are unlikely to start

 Managing through COVID-19: Insights and measures for airports

COVID-19 ADVICE

COVID-19 Has Decimated Traffic At U.S. Airports [Infographic]

COVID-19 EASA CHART

TSA Coronavirus (COVID-19) information

COVID-19 TSA CHART

Three airports suspend 24/7 operations

Duluth Looks to Forgo Rent for AAR Corp.

PORTUGAL SHUTS ALL AIRPORTS TO COMMERCIAL FLIGHTS FOR FIVE DAYS DURING EASTER PERIOD DUE TO CORONAVIRUS -PM COSTA

Nigeria: COVID-19 – Foundation Calls for Sustained Standard

 

ACI World issues COVID-19 safety guidelines

COVID-19 ACI

 


BUSINESS and GENERAL AVIATION

COVID-19 PILOTS

16-year-old pilot flies medical supplies to rural hospitals

US: Teen pilot flies medical supplies to hospitals | International – Times of India Videos

tj kim video

Teen pilot flies medical supplies to hospitals

Teen who isn’t old enough to drive alone flies medical supplies to hospitals

TJ Kim flying med supplies to hospitals

FAA developing examiner system fixes, extends some deadlines

EBAA and GAMA Issue Action Plan to Safeguard Business Aviation

NATA, NBAA Seeks Clearer Guidance for CARES Act Aid

covid ba/ga CARES

FAA, Groups Work On COVID Rule Relaxation

David Allen Certified Launches AOG COVID-19 Aircraft Decontamination and Cleaning Services


MANUFACTURERS

Aerospace manufacturers respond to COVID-19

Boeing, Airbus, Triumph, Textron, Mitsubishi Aircraft alter operations in response to coronavirus

Boeing Seeks To Cut Workforce For ‘New Reality’ In Post-Coronavirus World

GE Aviation to furlough 50% of its engine manufacturing staff …

COVID-19: What it means for the aerospace and defense industry


et cetera

ETC INTRO

NEELEMAN: Stanford Professors’ Coronavirus Study Could Be Game Changer

covid-19 david neelemanFAA Devises Novel Strategies to Keep Air-Traffic Control Centers Running

NAFI Seeks FAA Relief on Certification Expirations

Coronavirus travel restrictions around Europe: Which transport remains available?

COVID 19 EUR CANCELS

Coronavirus Aviation Industry Relief Legislation

Climate clash looms over next coronavirus push

COVID-19 Safety Roadmap and Punch Lists – Flight Safety Foundation

Asia-Pacific Addresses Post-Covid Landscape

FAA Issues Revised Deviation Memo for Temporary Distance Learning Approval


Periodically a similar sampling of COVID-19 stories,A POTPOURRI¹ will be published. The hope is that this feature is not repeated many times.

 

[1] From the 1610s, “mixed meats served in a stew,” from French pot pourri “stew,” literally “rotten pot”

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