1. How coronavirus is killing off global air travel  BBC News
  2. Qantas to 'Stand Down' at Least Two-Thirds of Employees, Plans to Redeploy Some into Overstretched Supermarkets  Paddle Your Own Kanoo
  3. Governments offer airlines aid as coronavirus forces flight cuts  Aljazeera.com
  4. Virgin Australia Suspends All International Operations  Simple Flying
  5. Coronavirus: Qantas and Jetstar to suspend international flights and stand down 20,000 workers  The Guardian
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Qantas becomes the latest airline to scrap international flights as demand dries up during pandemic.Qantas becomes the latest airline to scrap international flights as demand dries up during pandemic.

How coronavirus is killing off global air travel - BBC News

The Australian flag carrier, Qantas will stop all international flights until at least the end of May, ground more than 150 aircraft and temporarily stand down at least two-thirds of its employees as the carrier fights for survival amidst the COVID-19 crisis. The decision to pull the plug on all international flights came after the…

Qantas to 'Stand Down' at Least Two-Thirds of Employees, Plans to Redeploy Some into Overstretched Supermarkets

An aviation group says airlines could need up to $200bn in government support.An aviation group says airlines could need up to $200bn in government support.

Governments offer airlines aid as coronavirus forces flight cuts | News | Al Jazeera

19 Mar 2020 - Qantas (ASX:QAN) and Jetstar are to suspend scheduled international flights from late March, following latest government travel advice regarding the coronavirus with some ongoing ad hoc services possible.

Qantas (ASX:QAN) suspends international flights | Finance News Network

“Qantas — Australia’s airline — is canceling all intl flights for 2 months. https://t.co/9Ev06N51Xo In U.S., it flies to LAX, SFO, DFW, JFK, HNL.,”

Jake Sherman on Twitter: "Qantas — Australia’s airline — is canceling all intl flights for 2 months. https://t.co/9Ev06N51Xo In U.S., it flies to LAX, SFO, DFW, JFK, HNL.,"

“I think @qantas working with @woolworths to try to adaptively find jobs for their staff is a fascinating idea of more of the collaborations required to get us all through this mess. Well done to both on thinking out of the box! I hope it can yield a good outcome for all.”

Mike Cannon-Brookes 👨🏼‍💻🧢 on Twitter: "I think @qantas working with @woolworths to try to adaptively find jobs for their staff is a fascinating idea of more of the collaborations required to get us all through this mess. Well done to both on thinking out of the box! I hope it can yield a good outcome for all."

“#Qantas @Qantas to cease #international flying & tells majority of workforce to take leave”

Aaron Heslehurst on Twitter: "#Qantas @Qantas to cease #international flying & tells majority of workforce to take leave"

“BREAKING: @Qantas suspends ALL international flights from end of March. 20,000 employees will be put on paid leave first, then unpaid. No job losses at this stage. https://t.co/iblqzXvWVB @SkyNewsAust”

Laura Jayes on Twitter: "BREAKING: @Qantas suspends ALL international flights from end of March. 20,000 employees will be put on paid leave first, then unpaid. No job losses at this stage. https://t.co/iblqzXvWVB @SkyNewsAust"

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has advised against all overseas travel and DFAT has raised its travel advice to level four in response to the coronavirus epidemic. Meanwhile the Smart Traveller website has encouraged Australians to return while they can, warning travel could become increasingly difficult as flights are cancelled and borders close. Virgin Australia CEO Paul Scurrah said “unprecedented circumstances” called for “unprecedented decisions” and he announced Virgin will suspend all international flights from March 30 until mid June. The government has provided a $715 million assistance package to airlines who have been crippled by travel restrictions. Image: Getty Prime Minister Scott Morrison has advised against all overseas travel and DFAT has raised its travel advice to level four in response to the coronavirus epidemic. Meanwhile the Smart Traveller website has encouraged Australians to return while they can, warning travel could become increasingly difficult as flights are cancelled and borders close. Virgin Australia CEO Paul Scurrah said “unprecedented circumstances” called for “unprecedented decisions” and he announced Virgin will suspend all international flights from March 30 until mid June. The government has provided a $715 million assistance package to airlines who have been crippled by travel restrictions. Image: Getty

Qantas and Jetstar are suspending scheduled international flights from late March, in accordance with the Australian government’s advice.Qantas and Jetstar are suspending scheduled international flights from late March, in accordance with the Australian government's advice. Qantas Group says in a statement: "With the federal government now recommending against all overseas travel from Australia, regularly scheduled international flights will continue until late March to assist with repatriation, and ...

Qantas and Jetstar suspend all international flights | News | Flight Global

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Regularly scheduled international flights will continue until late March and will then be suspended until at least the end of May 2020Regularly scheduled international flights will continue until late March and will then be suspended until at least the end of May 2020

Qantas to suspend all international flights from late March – Business Traveller

SYDNEY — Australia's biggest airline Qantas said Thursday (March 19) it would halt all international flights and suspend 20,000 staff in response to the coronavirus pandemic, days after the island nation's other main carrier Virgin shut its overseas routes.SYDNEY — Australia's biggest airline Qantas said Thursday (March 19) it would halt all international flights and suspend 20,000 staff in response to the coronavirus pandemic, days after the island nation's other main carrier Virgin shut its overseas routes.

Australian airline Qantas to cut all international flights

As struggling Qantas and Virgin Australia suspend international flights due to coronavirus, their customers’ frequent flyer accounts have been given an unexpected but welcome boost.As struggling Qantas and Virgin Australia suspend international flights due to coronavirus, their customers’ frequent flyer accounts have been given an unexpected but welcome boost.

Qantas, Virgin Australia boost frequent flyer status credits amid coronavirus

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Australia’s biggest airline said it would suspend 20,000 staff after the government imposed travel bans due to the pandemic.Australia’s biggest airline said it would suspend 20,000 staff after the government imposed travel bans due to the pandemic.

Even as Qantas experiences the worst chapter in its 100-year history, the Flying Kangaroo is planning for the day it can bounce back. Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce made no bones on Thursday about his view Australia’s national carrier is better placed than most to weather the aviation apocalypse currently consuming the industry. And he […]

Even on its darkest day, Qantas prepares to bounce back - Airline Ratings

The airline said it's cutting all international travel from the end of March until at least the end of May.The airline said it's cutting all international travel from the end of March until at least the end of May.

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