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According to an assessment from the German flag-carrier, it will take several months until the global travel restrictions are completely lifted and years until the worldwide demand for air travel returns to pre-crisis levels.
Industry wide, travel companies are making staff adjustments to stay operational during the coronavirus-induced existential crisis. This is putting staff commitment under considerable strain, argues data and analytics company GlobalData.
Boeing will temporarily suspend all 787 operations at Boeing South Carolina from today until further notice. The move impacts the airport campus, emergent operations, interiors responsibility centre South Carolina and propulsion South Carolina.
As with the rest of the industry, Advantage said it was adapting to an ever-evolving situation and the priority remained providing daily support, advice and expertise to help members navigate these unprecedented times.
Destination management organisations at risk of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic will receive financial support from the government. Up to £1.3 million will be available through a scheme launched by the department for digital, culture, media and sport.
International Air Transport Association director general, Alexandre de Juniac, has addressed the global media to raise concerns over the long-term health of the aviation sector. The picture is extraordinarily bleak. Find out more here
United Arab Emirates-based upscale residential, hospitality and commercial property developer Seven Tides has said more than 27 per cent of the work on its prime property, Seven Palm, located on Palm Jumeirah in Dubai is now complete.
As many as 5,000 hospitality professionals have taken part in a new online show, Hospitality Tomorrow, to discuss the unprecedented situation created by the coronavirus pandemic. Here Breaking Travel News takes a look at the headlines from the event
The United Nations World Tourism Organisation has launched a new campaign in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, #TravelTomorrow. The phrase will become the common thread that runs through the response to the current crisis, highlighting the enduring values of tourism.
Etihad Airways will partner with Australian company Elenium Automation to trial new technology which allows self-service devices at airports to be used to help identify travellers with medical conditions.
Airbnb has secured $1 billion in additional funding as it seeks to weather a downturn in demand following the coronavirus pandemic. Demand has fallen by as much as 90 per cent in some markets as the world battles the outbreak.
Governments are asked to use the coronavirus crisis to embed social and environmental conditions, with enhanced protection for workers and a planned transition towards what the campaign group Stay Grounded calls “climate-just mobility”.