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A KLM A330-300 touching down in Amsterdam (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Fabian Behr)

Dutch Government Approves Loan Package For KLM

As the coronavirus pandemic is reshaping the commercial aviation industry, airlines are taking all measures necessary to weather the storm and survive this unprecedented crisis. During difficult times like these, more than ever cash is king, so all carriers have launched a series of initiatives to improve their cash position and resist for as long as possible a situation that sees all established operators in the business burn millions of dollars every day. Dutch flag carrier KLM, the oldest carrier…

Boeing Pledges Support to Those Affected by 737 MAX Accidents

Boeing has announced that it will be donating $100 million to families and communities affected by the fatal crashes of Lion Air flight 610 and Ethiopian Airlines flight 302. Both flights crashed as a result of system issues within the new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. A total of 346 lives…

Boeing Expands Service Engagement in Latin America

Boeing announced that it is expanding its commercial service capabilities in Latin America with Brazil's GOL Linhas Aereas S.A. and Mexico's Aeromexico as of April 4. Both airlines utilize extensive Boeing fleets, complete with some of the smallest and largest Boeing aircraft ranging from Boeing 737s to Boeing 787 Dreamliners.…