AVIATION POTPOURRI IN THE TIME OF COVID-19 (8.28)

COVID-19 in aviation
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This is the nineteenth 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

 

airline captain with mask

Delta Says It will Keep Middle Seats Blocked for the Rest of the Year

Southwest Airlines is Cutting 35,000 Flights in October When Stimulus Money Runs Out

Qantas Sees International Service Grounded until July 2021

Remarks of Alexandre de Juniac at the IATA Media Briefing on COVID-19

Delta plans to furlough more than 1,900 pilots in October

Thousands Of U.S. Pilots Face Furloughs This Fall [Infographic]United Airlines takes multi-layered approach to assure safety for customers, employees

American Airlines’ new plane disinfectant works for a full week, but doesn’t stop the main way COVID-19 spreads


 AIRPORTS

Maui Now: 133 Temperature Screening Cameras Installed at All Gates at Hawai‘i’s Five Busiest Airports

New coronavirus testing facility at Newark Airport

Coronavirus: Aviation sector welcomes easing of curbs in Singapore

Mask Over Matter: Communicating in the Age of the Mask

Pandemic Losses Lead to 71 Restaurant Worker Layoffs at Savannah Airport. Are More Expected?

Contactless travel starts at Beijing airport


BA & GA

GA PILOTS COVID-19 FLIGHTS

The challenges of incorporating antimicrobial materials into the cabin – Runway Girl

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