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United Airlines One Step Closer to Avoiding Pilot Furloughs

United Airlines has become the latest airline to make a move towards saving its pilots from furloughs in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a report from Reuters, the airline's pilot union and the airline have reached a tentative agreement to prevent pilot furloughs until at least early 2021. The news comes just weeks after the Chicago-based carrier announced that it would be furloughing nearly 3,000 pilots after payroll support funding runs out on Oct. 1. The airline…

JetBlue Eyes Leisure Markets with Latest Network Boost

As airlines continue to slowly recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the lack of demand, many airlines have turned to new routes in an attempt to reach the market of those who are still traveling. With the addition of 24 new routes from the fall of this…

Caribbean Airlines Launches New Island Destination

As many areas continue to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous new routes and destinations have been added by airlines across the world. Caribbean Airlines was one of the most recent airlines to announce new service with the launch of a new twice-weekly flight on Sept. 19. The Trinidad-and-Tobago-based airline…

United Airlines Announces 16,000 Furloughs

United Airlines has become the latest airline to announce mass layoffs as it suffers from major financial losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While the airline has received payroll support from the CARES Act, the funding expires on Sept. 30, unless Congress can pass a second support bill. In July,…

Hawaiian Airlines Announces Furloughs

While leisure travel has had a slight increase in the United States over the past few months, one state and its main airline have not been able to see the same growth. Hawaiian Airlines has suffered since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, following a lack of demand and strict…

Air New Zealand Sees Business Travel Increase

As demand slowly starts to recover following the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been mainly focused on leisure travel. Demand for business travel has remained minimal and looks to remain that way for the near-term as many companies continue to promote remote working and are hesitant to require workers to travel.…

Wizz Air Announces New Routes and Base Expansion

While many airlines are cutting routes and jobs during the global COVID-19 pandemic, some airlines are taking alternative actions. Across the world, low-cost and ultra-low-cost carriers have been attempting to take advantage of changing times. Wizz Air is one of those airlines, having announced numerous expansions over the past few…

Mobile Announces Commercial Passenger Flight Shift

The Mobile Airport Authority released a new 20-year master plan that includes a new $160 million dollar terminal at the Mobile Downtown Airport. This masterplan is a major change from how the Alabama city’s airports currently operate, with commercial flights currently using Mobile Regional Airport. Both airports are owned and…

Pakistan International Airlines Announces Resumption of England Flights and Hi…

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) announced that they would be operating a leased Airbus A330-900neo aircraft in order to operate flights to England. The airline will lease the aircraft and crews from Hi Fly on a wet-lease agreement. The Karachi-based carrier normally operates Boeing 777 family aircraft on flights to England. …

Singapore Airlines Group Announces Financial Results

Singapore’s-national carrier, Singapore Airlines, announced significant losses during the company's second-quarter financial results. On July 29, the airline announced that the second quarter, which ended on June 30 and was the first of the carrier's 2020 fiscal year, resulted in a 1.123 billion Singapore dollar ($816 million) loss. These losses…