The airline’s home country sits between France and Germany, where COVID-19 cases started to rise following a virus’ spread to Europe via Italy.
Multiple divisions of Asian-Pacific low-cost airline group Jetstar will be suspending operations.
- Blue Air said that his words resulted in many suppliers now requiring pre-payments, along with two major investment opportunities falling through soon after.
- be liquidated.
- The carrier primarily provides short-haul intra-island flights to various Caribbean islands with a notable base in Dutch Sint Maarten.
- Thai Lion Air announced the suspension of flights starting March 25 until mid-April.
- The suspension primarily affects flights from the airline’s Chisinau hub to European and Middle Eastern destinations.
This was a fairly small operator that had launched in late 2021 to connect destinations in Russia’s large and rather remote Kamchatka peninsula, in Russia’s Far East just opposite Alaska.
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“In the light of the decision, the board has put on the JSE – and was granted approval by the JSE – for the suspension of trading in the company’s shares … with immediate effect regarding … [the] listing requirements,” it explained.
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It has been announced that another South African airline is entering business rescue, which South African Airways did in late 2019.
It’s wii time for aviation anywhere, though it’s a particularly bad time for aviation in South Africa.
South African Airways is being cut off by the federal government, and a fresh national airline is expected to be formed.
Kuwait Airways announced the indefinite suspension of flights in line with a government mandate banning international flights to Kuwait.
Indigo is temporarily ceasing operations as Indian airspace is closing on March 25, in accordance with a government press release.
Moldova’s FlyOne will be suspending all operations before end of March, the airline announced on Monday, per a government mandate to restrict flights.
Cayman Airways is suspending operations as the Cayman Islands government has announced the closure of Owen Roberts International Airport and Charles Kirkconnell AIRPORT TERMINAL for international passenger flights from March 22.
- In November 2020,
- India’s Vistara is temporarily ceasing operations as Indian airspace
- Local aviation lost 40% of domestic airline seats when Comair, which operated Kulula and British Airways, closed down.
The airline was because of start scheduled service from summer 2021, but was forced to turn off operations on January 4, 2022.
It turns out that a conflict in the sublease contract between EGO and German Airways prevented them from continuing operations.
The commission said it will monitor airfare ticket prices and investigate promptly if they drift into suspicious ranges.
He added that there may also be higher prices at the end of June due to the school holidays and constrained option of flights.
“This is a huge blow to your customers, employees and the flying public as it effectively takes 40% of the capability out of your market,” AFP quoted Orsmond as saying.
“We think that at the core of Comair’s problems is the CEO himself together with the BRP and their poor management of the airline.
Cirium implies that, even prior to the Comair/kulula situation, the country’s domestic market had only 78% of the seats it had in June-December 2019 from the pandemic and SAA being a shadow of its former self.
Founded in 1943 as Commercial Air Services, Comair operated domestic scheduled flights in and out of South Africa as a British Airways franchisee.
Ukraine International Airlines announced all flights across its network will undoubtedly be suspended until April 3, apart from chartered repatriation flights.
Franco-Dutch low-cost airline Transavia, an associate of the Air France-KLM Group, will be suspending operations indefinitely, reported La Tribune.
South Africa’s SA Express announced that it’ll be suspending all of its flights beginning March 18.
Philippine Airlines announced a temporary suspension of all flights until mid-April.
Domestic flights had previously been suspended with international flight suspensions taking effect on March 26.
Montenegro Airlines will undoubtedly be canceling all flights until April 1, Reuters reported, as its home country attempts to prevent a coronavirus outbreak.
CSA Czech Airlines announced it will undoubtedly be canceling all flights to its hub in Prague as the Czech government is