Italy ordered a virtual lockdown of the financial capital Milan due to coronavirus, are the airports still open?

Italy ordered a virtual lockdown across a swathe of its wealthy north on Sunday, including the financial capital Milan, in a drastic new attempt to try to contain a rapidly growing outbreak of coronavirus. The unprecedented restrictions, which will impact some 16 million people and stay in force until April 3, were signed into law…

BREAKING Lufthansa Group grounds 20% of its fleet and will reduce capacity by 50% in the coming weeks

German airline giant Lufthansa said it would ground 150 of its more than 750 planes worldwide, days after announcing a slimmed-down timetable over the effects of the novel coronavirus. “25 long-haul aircraft and 125 short- and medium-haul aircraft” will no longer fly, a spokesman for the group also including carriers Eurowings, Austrian and Swiss told…

United Airlines is cutting April and May flights, freezing hiring and offering employees voluntary unpaid leave due to the coronavirus crisis

United Airlines, faced with a steep drop in travel demand due to the coronavirus crisis, is aggressively cutting April and May flights, freezing hiring and offering employees voluntary unpaid leave. The airline announced the unprecedented steps, the first by a U.S. airline since the outbreak began, in a memo to employees Wednesday. “Due to decline…