AVIATION POTPOURRI IN THE TIME OF COVID-19 (7.24)

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AVIATION POTPOURRI IN THE TIME OF COVID-19 (7.24)

This is the fifteenth 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.

 Rosie The Riveter

 

"We Can Do It!" or Rosie, the Riveter.

Rosie today making masks

 

 

94-year-old ‘Rosie the Riveter’ once made warplanes and red bandannas. Now she makes face masks with the same cloth.

One of the original ‘Rosie the Riveters’ is now making masks to help defeat coronavirus

Just one of the authentic ‘Rosie the Riveters’ is now earning masks to assistance defeat coronavirus


AIRLINES

manufacturing in COVID-19 time

United Airlines to fly 18 flights between US and India: Aviation Minister HS Puri

Alaska Airlines avoids pilot layoffs for now

American, JetBlue sign strategic partnership to drive pandemic recovery

Norwegian Air Accuses Aircraft Manufacturer Boeing of Fraud in Damning New Lawsuit

United Airlines, pilots union reach creative deal to limit furloughs

American Airlines and JetBlue Are Teaming Up. Is a Merger in the Works?

Coronavirus forces British Airways to retire entire fleet of Boeing 747 jumbo jets

Air Canada fires back at B.C.’s criticism of Canadian airlines’ COVID protocol

Pandemic deals harsh blow to domestic aviation industry

The Wary Traveler: Airlines cracking down on maskless passengers

Nearly 17,000 Southwest Airlines Employees Sign Up for Buyouts, Leaves in Bid to Avoid Furlough

Here’s the Current Seating Protocol for Every US Airline


 

 AIRPORTS

CORONA VIRUS SIGN AT AIRPORT

Delhi Airport Issues Fresh COVID-19 Guideline, Makes 7-Day Quarantine Mandatory for International Passengers

Partnership To Help Airports Obtain Cleaning Accreditation

Tampa International Airport taps technology to keep facilities sanitized

7 ways the pandemic is changing airport lounges

‘Travel Confidently’ kit available for MSP airport travelers

Can you pandemic-proof an airport?

Airports see masks as key in virus battle until medical solution

Santa Maria Airport tower closed due to COVID-19 case

State kicks off project to install thermal, facial screening tech at airports

Jordan Still to Set Reopening Airports Amid Pandemic

Coronavirus budget impact: Austin airport expansion delayed

Inside Germany’s largest airport during Covid-19

Germany’s Bavaria plans free coronavirus tests at airports

Companies invited to set up COVID testing centres at Oman airports
How clean is your corona-era Tube, bike and Uber? We find out…

How have Russian airports dealt with the consequences of COVID-19?


BA & GA

loading medical supplies into GA plane

Ask Aviation Reporters What the Future Holds

COVID-19 Changing Aviation Noise Expectations: New ‘Fly-Quiet’ Info You Need

Business Jets Are Flying Again. Their Manufacturers Aren’t.


MANUFACTURERS

potpourri and airplane

Pandemic Likely to Delay New Aircraft Developments for Years

 Would scrappage scheme help keep Airbus and Boeing afloat?

Seat Partitions To Block Covid Raise Feasibility Questions

Pratt & Whitney Finds Silver Lining in Pandemic

Slowdown in executive jet segment: Embraer’s jet deliveries collapse

COVID floors aero suppliers after years of planemaker blows

UK Aerospace Could be a ‘Sitting Duck’ For Better-funded Rivals

Covid Could Speed Industry 4.0 Transformation


ET CETERA

ETC INTRO

Senate recommends four-month ban for unruly VIPs at airports

32BJ SEIU airport workers rally at JFK demanding passage of Healthy Terminals Act


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