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    European green light for Boeing 737 MAX

    The European aviation regulator EASA reports in an interview with the French newspaper La Tribune that the Boeing 737 MAX is expected to be allowed to fly again in Europe in January. This means that the flight ban will be lifted after 20 months.

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    Norwegian applies for bankruptcy protection

    On Wednesday 18 November 2020, the airline Norwegian (DY) announced that it had filed for bankruptcy protection. In the absence of additional state aid from the Norwegian Government, the budget airline has been forced to take this step.

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    More travel restrictions due to coronavirus for passengers flying to Spain

    The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) continues to advise against non-essential travel to the popular holiday destination Spain. Different airlines are responding in different ways concerning flights to Spain, as the coronavirus (COVID-19) travel restrictions continue.
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    EasyJet confirms closure of bases at London Stansted, Southend and New Castle

    EasyJet has confirmed to close its base at London Stansted from September and will also close Southend and New Castle. In total 1900 jobs will be cut in the country and 4500 jobs in Europe.

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    Heavy rain caused little flight disruptions at Aberdeen Airport

    The consequences of heavy rainfall have been better than expected last Wednesday August 12 at Aberdeen Airport. Despite the heavy rainfall, there were only a few flight disruptions.

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    Refunds for cancelled flights due to coronavirus too slow

    Airlines are taking too long to refund passengers whose flights have been cancelled due to the coronavirus. According to consumer group Consumer association Which?, airlines are falling short of promises made to the CAA.

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    Heathrow Airport advocates for corona testing passengers from risk countries

    London Heathrow Airport wants passengers from high-risk countries to be tested for the coronavirus before departure. How soon the testing can start depends on the government, but it could be up and running by September.

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    TUI cancels flights to Spain due to coronavirus

    Touroperator TUI has cancelled all holiday flights from the UK to Spain and the Balearic and Canary Islands up until August 9. TUI is taking that step in response to the two-week quarantine obligation that the government has set for British holidaymakers.
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    Dozens of airlines have collapsed since coronavirus

    The coronavirus has a huge global impact, including on aviation. Due to thousands of cancelled flights, many airlines are hit hard financially. This tumultuous period has resulted in various bankruptcies.

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    British Airways recommences flights in Europe and beyond

    After months of self-quarantining and travel restrictions in Great Britain, its largest flight carrier, British Airways, announced that it is reinstating flights in- and outside of Europe. As restrictions to several far destinations are being lifted at the end of this month, more flights will be added to the schedule of British Airways.

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