1. Airlines slash more flights as coronavirus hits  BBC News
  2. FTSE 100 plummets as airlines cancel routes - BA owner IAG's share price down 30 PERCENT  Express
  3. Travel giant Tui suspends vast majority of travel operations  Daily Mail
  4. BREAKING: Airlines warn majority of flights could be grounded  Sky News
  5. British Airways-owner, easyJet make drastic cuts to try to survive coronavirus  Reuters
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Virgin Atlantic, BA-owner IAG, Ryanair and EasyJet are taking drastic measures to survive the pandemic.Virgin Atlantic, BA-owner IAG, Ryanair and EasyJet are taking drastic measures to survive the pandemic.

Coronavirus: More flights cancelled by Virgin, Ryanair and others - BBC News

As uncertainty continues to plague the airline industry low-cost carrier easyJet is today saying that it could be…

easyJet Could Be Forced To Ground Most Of Its 300+ Aircraft - Simple Flying

As uncertainty continues to plague the airline industry low-cost carrier easyJet is today saying that it could be…

easyJet Could Be Forced To Ground Most Of Its 300+ Aircraft - Simple Flying

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Flight schedules have been slashed as travel restrictions are in place, with EasyJet waning the 'majority' of its planes could be grounded in futureFlight schedules have been slashed as travel restrictions are in place, with EasyJet waning the 'majority' of its planes could be grounded in future

Coronavirus: More flights cancelled by Ryanair, easyJet and British Airways - Liverpool Echo

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easyJet and BA are also making more cutbacks easyJet and BA are also making more cutbacks

Tui suspends most travel including package holidays and cruises - Hull Live

“The government must prepare to take collapsing @British_Airways into full public ownership. #Brexit Britain can not afford the collapse of our flag carrier”

George Galloway on Twitter: "The government must prepare to take collapsing @British_Airways into full public ownership. #Brexit Britain can not afford the collapse of our flag carrier… https://t.co/Zh9coXIbum"

“Yesterday: Hi this is @British_Airways, your flight has been cancelled due to the country you're flying to restricting incoming aircraft. Click here to initiate the refund process. Me: click, ok done. Today: Your flight is still going ahead What in the world BA?”

Dr. Ian Cutress on Twitter: "Yesterday: Hi this is @British_Airways, your flight has been cancelled due to the country you're flying to restricting incoming aircraft. Click here to initiate the refund process. Me: click, ok done. Today: Your flight is still going ahead What in the world BA?"

“I’m due to travel to Faro, Portugal later this week... British Airways is now offering me a voucher if I don’t want to fly. This is despite UK government advice. It still permits travel to Portugal. #coronavirus”

Frankie McCamley on Twitter: "I’m due to travel to Faro, Portugal later this week... British Airways is now offering me a voucher if I don’t want to fly. This is despite UK government advice. It still permits travel to Portugal. #coronavirus… https://t.co/Ro8HV2TOHx"

“At Heathrow as @British_Airways announce they will reduce flights by 75% and @easyJet will ground the majority of its fleet because of #covidー19uk @GMB”

Jonathan Swain on Twitter: "At Heathrow as @British_Airways announce they will reduce flights by 75% and @easyJet will ground the majority of its fleet because of #covidー19uk @GMB… https://t.co/gpDH6Sm0ac"

RYANAIR, easyJet and British Airways are waiving all change fees for flights due to coronavirus. The airlines are removing the cost for passengers who are uncertain about their future holiday plans…

Ryanair, easyJet and British Airways are allowing passengers to change their flights for free due to coronavirus – The Sun

British Airways and Iberia parent IAG’s management team is to remain in place for the time being, to help steer the company through the coronavirus crisis, as it prepares to cut capacity by 75% for April and May.British Airways and Iberia parent IAG's management team is to remain in place for the time being, to help steer the company through the coronavirus crisis, as it prepares to cut capacity by 75% for April and May. IAG chief Willie Walsh is delaying his retirement, and his successor - ...

IAG delays management changes as it braces for 75% capacity cut | News | Flight Global

Air France also said that on March 16 it would slash flight capacity by 70-90 percent over the next two months due to the coronavirus outbreak.Air France also said that on March 16 it would slash flight capacity by 70-90 percent over the next two months due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus pandemic | British Airways parent IAG to cut flight capacity 75% in April/May - Moneycontrol.com

IAG is considering recruiting some of its passenger aircraft for airfreight operations, to ensure that essential cargo supplies are maintained as theIAG is considering recruiting some of its passenger aircraft for airfreight operations, to ensure that essential cargo supplies are maintained as the

British Airways’ parent company, IAG, says it will cut three-quarters of planned flights in April and May 2020. Willie Walsh, IAG’s chief executive, said: “We have seen a substantial decline in bookings across our airlines and global network over the past few weeks and we expect demand to remain weak until well into the summer. “We are therefore making significant reductionsBritish Airways’ parent company, IAG, says it will cut three-quarters of planned flights in April and May 2020. Willie Walsh, IAG’s chief executive, said: “We have seen a substantial decline in

Coronavirus: Airlines plead for UK government aid as travel bans extend cancellations | The Independent

Aviation industry veteran Willie Walsh has agreed to defer his retirement as head of International Airlines Group (IAG) as it plans capacity cuts of 75 percent in April and May. IAG  —  which owns British Airways, Aer Lingus. Iberia, Level and Vueling — is the latest big airline group responding to plummeting demand caused by […]

Walsh to stay on as IAG cuts capacity by 75 percent - Airline Ratings

The group says it will cut capacity by 75 per cent for April and May, and will implement measures including temporarily suspending employment contracts and…The group says it will cut capacity by 75 per cent for April and May, and will implement measures including temporarily suspending employment contracts and reducing working hours…

Willie Walsh to delay retirement as IAG sets out coronavirus response – Business Traveller

The owner of British Airways and easyJet, Europe's no.3 and no.4 airlines, said they would ground aircraft on an unprecedented scale in a battle to survive the travel restrictions and European lockdowns now convulsing the industry.The owner of British Airways and easyJet, Europe's no.3 and no.4 airlines, ...

British Airways-owner, easyJet make drastic cuts to try to survive coronavirus - Reuters

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