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Government reactions to coronavirus inconsistent, says AAPA

Measures taken by governments in response to the coronavirus outbreak are not always helpful, according to the Director General of the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines. “The proliferation of uncoordinated travel advisories and border restrictions imposed by governments, whilst well-intentioned, are inconsistent with WHO recommendations and International Health Regulations, and only serve to amplify public concern,” said

IATA: Worst year for air cargo since 2009 financial crisis

06 / 02 / 2020 By Rachelle Harry Recent airfreight trends have been maintained, IATA’s latest market analysis detailing full-year results for 2019, has reported. Meanwhile, the impact of the coronavirus on the aviation sector continues to cause uncertainty for the future. Industry-wide freight tonne kms (FTK) for the year declined by 3.3% year on year, while available freight tonne kms (AFTK) increased by

Cathay Pacific cuts capacity by 30% over coronavirus outbreak

  As the first confirmed death from the coronavirus in Hong Kong is reported, and international airlines start suspending their flight to the city, Cathay Pacific announced it would reduce its flights to mainland China by 90%, cutting its overall flight capacity by about 30%. The recent epidemic of coronavirus that started in Wuhan, east of mainland China, has had a dramatic effect over flight demand. Cathay’s

Air Canada Boeing 767 returns to Madrid amid engine scare

Air Canada Flight AC837 was scheduled to depart from Madrid (Spain) for Toronto (Canada) on February 3, 2020. But during the take-off, the Boeing 767 aircraft encountered technical problems. This was the beginning of an eerie four-hour Madrid-Madrid flight for the 128 passengers and eight crew on board. A Boeing 767-300 aircraft, belonging to Air Canada, took off from Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport (MAD). The flight

Brexit: European Parliament overwhelmingly backs terms of UK's exit

29 January 2020 Media captionTears, hugs and Auld Lang Syne in EU Parliament Members of the European Parliament have overwhelmingly backed the terms of the UK's departure from the EU. MEPs ratified the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement by 621 votes to 49 following an emotional debate in Brussels. After the vote, MEPs marked the UK's exit by singing Auld Lang Syne. Several British MEPs said they hoped the UK


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