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airBaltic wins government support, plans to slow growth until 2023

airBaltic has secured up to €250 million in funding from the Latvian government as it seeks to overcome the coronavirus pandemic.

The carrier grounded virtually all flights in mid-March and has said services are unlikely return to anything like normal until at least the autumn.

Martin Gauss, chief executive of airBaltic, said: “With this new equity investment, we can begin to execute our new business plan Destination 2025 CLEAN which focuses on a new start for airBaltic once international flight resume.
“This will facilitate successful growth for the company once the impact of the Covid-19 crisis begins to ease.”

The Latvian state is the majority shareholder in the carrier, with the cabinet approving the new funds earlier.

The government’s plan, which remains subject to the approval of the European Commission, is to provide its investment to airBaltic in tranches.

Each investment tranche will be provided in line with market rules and will not exceed the losses c..

Airline regulator warns carriers on cash refunds

The UK Civil Aviation Authority has toughened its line on airline refunds as questions continue to grow.

The aviation watchdog warned airlines they are legally required to provide refunds to customers who had their flights cancelled because of the coronavirus.

Last week the Competition & Markets Authority launched an investigation into refunds across the economy in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, citing airlines and travel agents as particular areas of concern.

Now the CAA has sought to reiterate the law.

“We are reviewing how airlines are handling refunds during the coronavirus pandemic, and will consider if any action should be taken to ensure that consumer rights are protected,” explained a statement.
“Under the law, consumers are entitled to receive a refund for their cancelled flights, despite the challenges the industry is currently facing.”

“We support airlines offering consumers vouchers and rebooking alternatives where it makes sense for the consume..

Avianca files for bankruptcy protection in United States

Colombian flag-carrier Avianca has filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States as it seeks to avoid becoming a further aviation victim of the coronavirus pandemic.

The carrier sought Chapter 11 protection in United States Bankruptcy Court in New York arguing the decision “was necessitated by the unforeseeable impact of the COVID-19 pandemic”.

Avianca has seen virtually all flights grounded since mid-March, with the resumption of services likely to take many months.
The second-largest airline in South America, behind only LATAM, said it would restructure its roughly $5.3 billion in debt and lease obligations.

At the same time, the carrier is seeking to position itself to begin resuming operations as government-imposed travel restrictions related to the coronavirus are gradually eased.

Avianca chief executive, Anko van der Werff, said the company is in discussions for public financing in key Latin American markets where it runs flights, including Colombia, to ..

Eurowings begins to rebuild schedule with Mediterranean flights

Eurowings will add a series of destination in the Mediterranean this month as the carrier begins to rebuild its schedule.

The carrier has maintained a basic level of service from Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Cologne/Bonn and Stuttgart throughout the coronavirus pandemic, and is now looking to expand.

From Düsseldorf, Eurowings flies up to nine times a week to Hamburg and Berlin, up to six times a week to Vienna, Zurich and London and up to four times a week to Milan, Salzburg and Sylt.

The destinations Barcelona and Manchester are offered up to three times a week.

Eurowings takes off twice a week to Budapest, Catania, Ibiza, Naples, Olbia, Prague, Rome and Thessaloniki from the largest airport in North Rhine-Westphalia.
Flights to Heraklion are offered once a week. The Balearic island of Mallorca is connected up to seven times a week.

From Cologne/Bonn, Eurowings offers up to six weekly flights each to Berlin, Hamburg and Munich and flies up to three times a week to Edinb..

Etihad to resume service between Australia and United Kingdom

Etihad Airways will operate a regular scheduled service from Melbourne to London Heathrow via Abu Dhabi from Friday.

A week later, on May 21st, the UAE flag-carrier will also introduce services from London Heathrow to Melbourne via Abu Dhabi.

The airline plans to maintain this link until it fully resumes its previous double daily connection between the two cities.

These services complement Etihad’s existing schedule of special flights to and from Abu Dhabi to several destinations on its global network.

Etihad advises all customers wishing to travel on these services to check current entry regulations for both the United Kingdom and Australia – with arrivals in the UK likely to be quarantined.
Etihad continues to follow UAE and international government, regulatory and health authority directives, and is playing its part in helping to limit the spread of Covid-19.

The airline has implemented an extensive sanitisation and customer safety programme and is practicing t..

Branson to sell $500m stake in Virgin Galactic

Richard Branson is reportedly to sell a stake in Virgin Galactic to raise $500 million to prop up his other businesses.

He currently owns 55 per cent of the venture, and is thus likely to lose his controlling interest.

The colourful tycoon has come into criticism in the UK for seeking government support instead of utilising his own funds.

He briefly suggested putting his luxury Necker Island resort up as collateral to secure a UK government loan.

However, no formal offer is believed to have been made.
Virgin Group said it will use the proceeds from the Virgin Galactic sale to support its “leisure, holiday and travel businesses” hit by “the unprecedented impact” of Covid-19.

The carrier said it would cut its workforce by a third earlier this month, while also pulling out of London Gatwick.

Virgin Atlantic, which is a private company half owned by Delta Air Lines, has been focusing on discussions with investors.

In March, Chancellor Rishi Sunak wrote to airlines a..

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