The global aviation body says it will take longer for airlines to fill planes again - revising its earlier more optimistic forecasts.
The announcement from the Dubai-based airlines comes as the global aviation industry struggles to deal with the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The announcement from the EU air safety agency came after the Pakistani aviation minister's recent revelation that nearly a third of the country's pilots had cheated on their pilot exams.
Around 20,000 people may lose their jobs in the British aviation sector as coronavirus quarantine rules continue hitting the travel sector, an industry group warns.
Washington orders suspension of all flights by Chinese airlines into and out of the country after Beijing failed to allow American carriers to resume service to China, US Transportation Department says.
President Putin tasks Russian defence, foreign ministries to hold talks with Syria on getting additional property.
British no-frills airline EasyJet says it will also shrink its aircraft numbers to around 302 planes in a bid to cut costs as Covid-19 ravages global air travel.
The 9th century polymath and engineer dared to make heavier-than-air machine flight a thousand years before motorised aeroplanes were invented.
Pakistan had resumed domestic flights earlier this week ahead of Eid al Fitr, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan after a countrywide Covid-19 lockdown since mid-March, Airbus says it would provide technical assistance to investigators.
Coronavirus pandemic has brought a virtual halt in air travel, leading to an unprecedented number of flight cancellations globally and forcing airlines to book hefty losses.
From biometric check-ins to security checks by appointment, various ways are under consideration to deal with the coronavirus at airports.
The flag carrier will fly to just 19 countries next month and gradually expand the operation to 99 countries by September, according to a draft plan.
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