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AeroTime Team
Coronavirus: How many A380 remain in the skies?

As the aviation industry is caught in the coronavirus crisis, airlines are grounding large parts, if not all, of their fleet. In a situation where dramatic passenger demand drop is coupled with exponential increase of global travel bans, one of the first aircraft types to go became the Airbus A380. But how many of them remain in the skies and which airlines still fly the Superjumbo during the COVID-19 Crisis?...

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Qantas flight QF741 turns back after COVID-19 diagnosis on ground

After six Qantas baggage handlers tested positive for COVID-19, the airline cancelled seven flights on March 31, 2020. The cancellations include the airline’s domestic flight QF741, which was already in the air. ...

Clement Charpentreau
easyJet considers cancelling Airbus order for 107 aircraft

The founder of easyJet, Stelios Haji-loannou, puts pressure on the board of directors of the British low-cost company in order to cancel an order for 107 Airbus aircraft, worth an estimated €5 billion....