Brussels South Charleroi Airport has unveiled plans to partially resume commercial operations on Sunday, May 3.
The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has sent aviation industry into a nosedive. With project revenue losses for airlines in 2020 estimated to be around $252 billion, for some the future of the industry may look bleak, writes Aviation Solution's Gediminas Ziemelis.
London Gatwick is to temporarily close its North Terminal and consolidate operations in its South Terminal, with flights only operating between 2pm and 10pm, from next month.
ACI World has repeated its call for governments to do more to support aviation during the coronavirus crisis, today urging for financial assistance to safeguard millions of airport jobs.
Glasgow Airport owner and operator, AGS Airports, today pledged to give £40,000 to support some of the most vulnerable people in society during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) says talks are ongoing with airlines and the Uk government to look at how best to support the aviation industry though the current coronavirus crisis.
Construction work has recommenced on Denver International Airport's Great Hall Project, where global design firm, Stantec, has been appointed lead designer.
With support from the government, Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) today launched a new round of HK$1 billion relief package for the airport community in view of the continuing impact brought by the COVID-19 outbreak.