The Qantas Group, which includes Qantas and low-cost subsidiary Jetstar, is resuming over 300 new routes in June, a 10% increase in flights. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Katie Bailey)

Qantas and Jetstar Resume 300 Flights as Travel Restrictions Ease

Airlines around the world are slowly resuming services as governments begin to lift their Coronavirus-induced travel and work restrictions. Qantas and Jetstar are joining that trend, as the pair announced it will begin reopening domestic air routes throughout June. Both airlines are currently operating at around 5% of their pre-pandemic levels. They plan to operate as much as 15% by July 1, which means they could add as many as 300 return services per week by the end of June.…

Austrian Airlines Announces Fifth Service Resumption Delay

Austrian Airlines announced on Friday that it will resume operating flights on June 7, nearly three months after grounding its fleet in mid-March delaying its resumption of service five times. The move comes in response to the Austrian government's announcement that its borders with Germany and some Schengen area countries…