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· Confusion, jitters as domestic flights in India resume →
Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said strict rules would include mandatory mask-wearing and thermal screenings, although middle seats on the aircraft would not be kept empty.
· Pakistan plane crash: Crashed PIA plane's pilot ignored 3 warnings to lower altitude, says report →
The national flag carrier’s PK-8303 tragedy on Friday, in which 97 people were killed and two miraculously survived, is one of the most catastrophic aviation disasters in the country’s history.
· Flights cancelled across India! Flyers left disappointed at airports in Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad →
Minister of Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri announced on May 20 that domestic flight operations across the country would resume in a “calibrated manner” from May 25.
· Jet Airways offers two Boeing aircraft for evacuating Indians stranded overseas →
A copy of the letter has also been marked to Civil Aviation Secretary Pradeep Singh Kharola, aviation regulator DGCA’s chief Arun Kumar and State Bank of India Chairman Rajnish Kumar.
· ANA to require all passengers to wear face masks aboard aircraft from June →
The aviation industry has been hit hard by the virus pandemic, and many airlines are keen to attract business by eliminating passenger concern about infection, even if it means enforcing stricter measures than recommended.
The New York Times
· As Passengers Disappeared, Airlines Filled Planes With Cargo →
In the United States, airlines have been slow to use plane cabins to transport cargo, as Lufthansa has done in some cases, because they were awaiting approval from the Federal Aviation Administration.
· SIA investigating after pilot who flew into Bangladesh airspace couldn't give clearance number →
SIA said this routing was indicated on the official international flight plan, and that it had overflight permission from the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh.
The Japan Times
· Japan’s ANA leads way as masks become new normal in virus-era air travel →
Anyone who refuses will be barred from boarding, meaning ANA is going a step further than an aviation industry body guideline that advises a “request” be made that passengers mask up.
· Virgin's administrators put brakes on plane repossessions →
Virgin entered administration in late April after becoming unable to service its large debt pile in the wake of the shutdown of most aviation travel due to the coronavirus pandemic.