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Recovery Tracker: Jetstar, Cathay Pacific, Aeromexico and more

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A weekly round-up of the latest news from the aviation industry as airlines and airports seek to recover from the COVID-19 crisis.

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Argentina set to restart domestic and international routes

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One of the world’s most stringent COVID-19 travel bans looks to be nearing an end.

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Sky Airline applies to launch Peru-US routes

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Ultra-low-cost carrier Sky Airline has applied to fly to US as part of its network expansion from Peru.

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American Airlines expands Boeing 787 Miami International routes for 2020/21 Holidays

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American Airlines in recent schedule update filed expanded Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner service at Miami , as the airline schedules Dreamliner service...

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Star Peru proposes Ayacucho August 2020 service resumption

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Star Peru has filed service resumption for Lima – Ayacucho route, previously served until October 2015. The airline intends to resume this...

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Air Canada rouge 767 service replacement as of 1800GMT 22JUL20

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Air Canada in the last few days gradually filed changes to Air Canada rouge’s Boeing 767 operation. Selected routes previously served by...

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JetSMART to launch Peruvian airline

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Chilean ultra-low-cost carrier JetSMART is setting up an airline in Peru, filling a gap left by Avianca and Peruvian Airlines.

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Delta-LATAM codeshare approved as carriers push for JV antitrust immunity

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The US Department of Transportation has approved plans by Delta Air Lines and LATAM Airlines Group to codeshare on US-Chile routes, while at the...

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American Airlines NW20 Inter-continental operations as of 05JUL20

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American Airlines during the weekend of 05JUL20’s schedule update filed additional changes to its International service, during winter...

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TAME to be liquidated but essential routes to continue

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Ecuador’s president has revealed that loss-making national carrier TAME is to be liquidated, but essential routes that do not have a private sector...

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