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WASHINGTON: The United States will permit Chinese passenger air carriers to operate two flights per week after Beijing said it would ease coronavirus-related restrictions to allow in more foreign carriers, the U.S. Transportation Department said on Friday.
The money-lending business seems to have latched on among listed companies on Bursa Malaysia.
Europe’s airlines aren’t all made equal. German flag carrier Deutsche Lufthansa AG will receive a 9bil (US$10bil) bailout and it was obliged to offer only limited concessions to Brussels in return.
CHINA will ease a ban on flights to the country by foreign airlines on June 8, the aviation regulator said, a day after the U.S. issued an order to stop Chinese airlines from flying passengers to America.
SYDNEY/TAIPEI: Airlines, airports and insurers across Asia are bracing for the prospect of unusually high damage as the region's tropical storm season begins, as hundreds of aircraft grounded by the coronavirus pandemic can't be moved easily.
LONDON: Deutsche Lufthansa AG may have won its battle for state aid, but its surrender of airport slots to appease regulators heralds heightened conflict between European aviation’s old guard and low-cost challengers.
PARIS: Top Airbus SE executives are planning to assess additional measures that may be necessary to address the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to people familiar with the matter.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. government late on Friday accused the Chinese government of making it impossible for U.S. airlines to resume service to China and ordered four Chinese air carriers to file flight schedules with the U.S. government.