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- 1. Airbnb to Support Hosts During COVID19 Crisis
Brian Chesky, Airbnb's Co-founder, CEO and Head of Community, has outlined several initiatives designed to support hosts through the ongoing COVID19 crisis. As part of this support package, Airbnb has said that it will pay hosts a combined total of US$250 million to help cover the cost of COVID19 cancellations.
- 2. Airbus Sites in Germany and Spain Producing 3D Printed Visor Frames
The majority of Airbus sites in Spain have joined forces to produce 3D printed visor frames, providing healthcare personnel with individual protection equipment in the fight against COVID19.
- 3. Air Cargo Demand Slumps in February 2020
Asia Pacific airlines saw demand for air cargo contract by 2.2% in February 2020, compared to the year-earlier period. Seasonally adjusted cargo demand fell by 15.5% compared to January 2020, to levels last seen in early 2014. The drop in demand was largely due to the impact of COVID19. Capacity decreased 17.7% - the largest fall since early 2013. Cargo capacity in China dropped sh
- 4. Airlines Could Burn Through US$61 Billion of Cash Reserves in Q2 2020
IATA's latest analysis of the COVID19 crisis shows that airlines could burn through $61 billion of their cash reserves during Q2 2020 ending 30 June, while posting a quarterly net loss of $39 billion.
- 5. Embraer Helping to Combat COVID19 in Brazil
Embraer is working in partnership with companies and research centers on technologies that can increase the availability of equipment and solutions to combat COVID19 in Brazil.
- 6. Airbus Flies Over 4 Million More Face Masks to Europe
Airbus has deployed a new air-bridge flight between Europe and China to deliver additional face mask supplies to the health systems in France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom in support of their ongoing fight against the COVID19 pandemic.
- 7. WHO Launches COVID19 WhatsApp Service in Arabic, French and Spanish
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has expanded its WhatsApp service to those who speak Arabic, French and Spanish. The easy-to-use messaging service, which was already available in English, has the potential to reach 2 billion people and enables WHO to get information directly into the hands of the people that want it.
- 8. Air Canada Continues COVID19 Repatriation Flights
Air Canada, in collaboration with the Government of Canada, will operate its first repatriation flight from Algiers on Tuesday. Additional flights from Peru and Ecuador are also planned to depart in the coming days.
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