As demand declines and governments around the world restrict travel, we’re seeing major reductions in scheduled flights in many markets. Some airports are closing, and many airlines are adjusting their operations, from cancelling flights to suspending all services.
The COVID-19 situation is rapidly evolving, and the situation is changing almost daily. It’s hard for travel managers, travel buyers and travelers to keep up with all these changes.
What if you still have travelers who need to be repatriated to their homeland? Or travelers with essential jobs who have no choice and need to travel? Which airlines are still operating, and which are not? And for those that continue to fly, what routes are they operating?
We’re keeping track of all the changes in our reports “What You Need To Know: Airline operations” for Europe, Middle East, Africa, North America, Latin America, Southwest Pacific, Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia and South Asia. These reports are regularly being updated, when changes occur.
What You Need To Know: Airline operations
Click here to find out what airlines across the world are doing and planning.