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Netherlands agrees to contribute 3.4 billion euros to Air France-KLM bailout

26 Jun 2020

AMSTERDAM/PARIS The Dutch government has reached a deal with France to contribute 3.4 billion euros ($3.8 billion) to an Air France-KLM bailout that had strained relations between the airline group's state shareholders, sources told Reuters.

EXCLUSIVE-France, Netherlands reach deal on KLM bailout -minister

25 Jun 2020

AMSTERDAM/PARIS, June 25 The Dutch finance minister said on Thursday the government will hold a news conference on Friday to release details of an aid package agreed by France and the Netherlands on his country's contribution to bail out Air France-KLM.

EXCLUSIVE-France, Netherlands close to deal on KLM bailout - sources

25 Jun 2020

AMSTERDAM/PARIS, June 25 France and the Netherlands are close to an agreement on a Dutch Air France-KLM bailout contribution, several sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Thursday.

Exclusive: France, Netherlands close to deal on KLM bailout - sources

25 Jun 2020

AMSTERDAM/PARIS France and the Netherlands are close to an agreement on a Dutch Air France-KLM bailout contribution, three sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Thursday.

EXCLUSIVE-France, Netherlands close to deal on KLM bailout - sources

25 Jun 2020

AMSTERDAM/PARIS, June 25 France and the Netherlands are close to an agreement on a Dutch Air France-KLM bailout contribution, three sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Thursday.

焦点:航空各社が世界で運航再開、欧州勢は米やアジアに立ち遅れ

20 Jun 2020

[パリ 16日 ロイター] - 継ぎ接ぎしたように国ごとにばらばらな移動規制。国境を越えて行くのを尻込みする旅行者たちーー。こうした障害によって、新型コロナウイルス対策の封鎖措置が解除されていく中にあっても、欧州の航空会社は米国やアジアのライバル勢に比べ、大空に戻るのに苦労している。

European airlines face longer haul to recovery

16 Jun 2020

PARIS A patchwork of national restrictions and a reluctance among travellers to cross borders mean European airlines face a bumpier return to the skies from coronavirus lockdowns than U.S. and Asian rivals.

Airlines heading for $84 billion loss this year: IATA

10 Jun 2020

(This June 9 story corrects to show combined 2020-2021 loss forecast about $100 billion, paragraph 5) | Video

Budget airlines put squeeze on airports in coronavirus cost drive

28 May 2020

PARIS/LONDON European low-cost airlines are pressuring airports to slash charges in return for resuming flights, as the COVID-19 shutdown intensifies their race with traditional carriers to lower costs and win post-pandemic business.

Finnair sees 'green shoots' as some Asia flights restored - CEO

18 May 2020

HELSINKI/PARIS Finnair is keeping its Asia focus and sees the "green shoots" of a coronavirus recovery from which it can emerge stronger, Chief Executive Topi Manner said on Monday, as the airline prepared to re-instate more flights for July.

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