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Iraqi airlines resume flights to Iran
Iraqi airlines have resumed operating flights to Iran in compliance with the coronavirus protocols, an Iranian official said.
Japan airlines projects higher losses over pandemic
Japan Airlines (JAL) said it forecasts a larger-than-expected annual net loss of nearly $2.9 billion, as the aviation industry continues to struggle from the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
Airbus orders plunge 65% as airlines hunker down
European plane maker Airbus said that it garnered just 268 net new orders last year, a drop of 65% year-on-year reflecting persistent fears about the prospects for air travel amid the coronavirus crisis.
Airlines must be penalized for refusing virus refunds, says consumer group
Airlines like Virgin Atlantic and British Airways should face “strong action” from regulators for refusing to issue refunds to customers complying with England’s new Tier 4 COVID restrictions, consumer watchdogs have said.
Airlines, airports in fresh aid package plea
Airline and airport groups have called on governments around the world to provide fresh aid packages for the beleaguered aviation industry.
Canada's Trudeau to look at possible further aid for airlines, after Air Canada layoffs
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he would look at possible ways to further help airlines, but laid out no new measures after the country's biggest airline announced mass layoffs due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Afghan airlines at risk of collapse, taking women's jobs with them
Shagufa Haidari, a flight attendant for Afghanistan's Kam Air, used to fly six days a week around the country and abroad, to Istanbul, Islamabad and Delhi.
US airlines receive extra $9.5b in payroll support: Treasury
The US Treasury Department said it has released $9.5 billion in additional funds from the Payroll Support Program to US air carriers, bringing to $12.4 billion the total provided to the airline sector hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
IATA urges governments to support airlines
The airlines industry body called on governments to support transatlantic carriers hit by cash-flow problems due to the coronavirus crisis by offering measures such as credit lines and tax breaks.
Coronavirus outbreak to cost airlines almost $30b
Airlines stand to lose $29.3 billion (£23.7 billion) of revenue this year due to the coronavirus outbreak, the global airline industry body has warned.
Factbox: Airlines suspend China flights due to coronavirus outbreak
Airlines are suspending flights to China in the wake of the new coronavirus outbreak.
Iran Caspian Airlines passenger plane skids off runway onto highway, 2 injured
A Caspian Airlines plane carrying 136 people slid off the runway onto a highway on landing at an airport in the southwestern Iranian city of Mahshahr, Khuzestan Province, injuring two passengers.
Malaysia Airlines suspends Boeing 737 MAX jet deliveries due to grounding
Malaysia Airlines said on Wednesday it has suspended deliveries of 25 Boeing 737 MAX jets, citing the plane’s delayed return to service since it was grounded last year following two fatal crashes.

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