News notes from around the interweb:
- The Air Force’s strangely-modified Boeing 737-700
- Lithuania plans to launch its own new national airline what could possibly go wrong?
They’ve tried this before, by the way. flyLAL was the national airline – it shut down at the beginning of 2009. But COVID-19 is worse for airlines than the Great Recession, so now seems like the perfect time.
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- Lufthansa will pull out of Sabre next month. Shared on LinkedIn by American’s Vice President of Distribution Strategy
- Bankrupt Hertz is going to sell $1 billion in new stock and they say they expect investors to lose all their money
- Delta stops providing customer service on Twitter and Facebook
- Wynn Las Vegas buffet re-opens Thursday as more of a sit down dining, order a la carte as much as you’d like restaurant.
- How Europe’s low cost carriers are surviving without bailouts (HT: Dan R.)