Airplane among clouds
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After months in free fall, the aviation industry might be beginning to see signs of a recovery ahead, announced IATA.
Airplane taking off
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As the aviation industry faces its worst crisis in recent history, ICAO introduces guidelines to restart the sector.
View from International Space Station
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SpaceX becomes the first private company to take astronauts to the International Space Station.
Debt
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As the COVID-19 outbreak forces airlines to incur in debt, IATA warns that too much debt could be trouble in the long term.
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There is pressure from the US and Canada calling for the sector’s reactivation. Operations are expected to resume on June 1.
Cloudy day for aviation
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While the entire industry is suffering, Latin America seems to be in a worse position as its two largest airlines have filed for bankruptcy.
Air cargo load
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Global organizations request governments to designate air personnel as “key workers”
cargo being loaded into plane
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Airports around the nation continue to report less cargo traffic as they absorb the impact of COVID-19.
Airport
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The largest carrier in the region, LATAM Airlines, files for bankruptcy protection in a US court due to COVID-19.
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