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  1. https://www.jpost.com/israel-news/el-al-cancels-all-flights-until-further-notice-633391
  2. Aeromexico. https://vuela.aeromexico.com/reorganizacion/?en
  3. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/commentary/article-why-its-time-to-safely-reopen-airlines/?fbclid=IwAR3pOHj0WLAxIYRrdiIwu3y3h_OAoH93lRnZAItmcPiPI8OWiurqSiHywWo
  4. I guess we'll find out in the coming days. Transat's July 23 restart might still work for them since some of their pax would have booked their returns to Canada for August anyway. Maybe it'll depend on whether their management are willing to gamble on the Canadian border closure and quarantine requirement to be allowed to expire at the end of July.
  5. Spokespeople for the travel industry very much disagree with you. Demand will likely remain low until there's a treatment or a vaccine, but countries that have lowered restrictions to travel are seeing tourism again.
  6. Odd time to be launching a new route, but...... https://onemileatatime.com/qatar-airways-toronto/
  7. https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/quarantine-rules-extended-again-1.5631731
  8. I'd suppose that outsourcing of ground handling has been under consideration at plenty of airlines for a long time. Many already do outsource. BA employs its own agents and ramp workers (for now) only at LHR. Elsewhere in the UK they outsource. United and BA are the only two airlines that still self-handle at LHR. Delta has set up a subsidiary from which it outsources its airport workers at many US stations.
  9. Survival of Brazil's GOL in doubt. https://www.reuters.com/article/health-coronavirus-gol/auditors-for-brazil-airline-gol-express-concern-about-continuity-after-crisis-idUSS0N29X00L
  10. But their constituents will and opposition parties might start drawing attention to the fact.
  11. I believe Australia and New Zealand are considering creating what they're calling a "travel bubble' initially. Our travel industry is probably lobbying for something along the same lines.
  12. EU regulatory review of the deal on hold. https://ca.reuters.com/article/businessNews/idCAKBN23Q2L4
  13. Interjet looking shakier. https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/chicago-sues-interjet-for-us-2-5-million/