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British Airways to end flights between London and DurbanBy ATTA®
The aviation sector is still in crisis mode, with most airlines scaling down their operations, shrinking their route networks, returning aircraft to lessors, retrenching staff and terminating routes they operate.
The industry faces a grim future due to the global slump in demand for air travel as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
British Airways has announced it will discontinue flights on several of its routes in March 2020. This is in order for the airline to consolidate its route network and slow down its cash burn due to the global slump in air travel and tourism.
Source: The South African