This week’s airline and airport news:
- Airlines ban alcohol on planes in response to Covid-19
- Is it safe to fly? Scientists assess coronavirus risks, suggest precautions
- Airline passengers brought COVID-19 into LAX in March — and no one warned the public
- A Look Inside the New Terminal B at LaGuardia Airport
- 60% of Beijing flights canceled to stem virus spread
- Eiffel Tower to reopen after longest closure since World War II
- 17-year-old New Jersey youth arrested by police after TSA catches him with loaded handgun at Philadelphia International Airport checkpoint
- United will tap its frequent flyer program for cash as the pandemic continues to slam its revenue
- Delta rolling out Covid-19 testing for all employees
- American and United now let you text to chat with an agent
- Southwest: Middle seats will remain open until at least September 30. If you’re traveling together, you may sit together.
- British Airways’ New Onboard Catering
- German airline Condor to cut up to 25% of staff
- British Airways to sell artworks worth millions by major British stars in bid to save costs during covid meltdown
- Woman In China Earns $424K From Flight Delay Scam (And Then Gets Arrested)
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