22 Airline Bankruptcies until end of August 2021

Skift has compiled a list below to show you the extent of the damage. Certainly, some airlines chose the cover of the pandemic to decide to cease operations, or restructure, even though financial challenges existed long before the world knew what Covid was.

List

THE AIRLINE CASUALTIES    
AIRLINE WHAT HAPPENED DATE
Flybe (UK) Files for Bankruptcy Mar 20
Trans States (U.S.) Ceased Operations Apr 20
Compass (U.S.) Ceased Operations Apr 20
CityJet (Ireland) Files for Bankruptcy Apr 20
Virgin Austraila Files for Bankruptcy Apr 20
Air Mauritius Files for Bankruptcy Apr 20
Avianca (Colombia) Files for Bankruptcy May 20
Thai Airways Files for Bankruptcy Sep 20
TAME (Ecuador) LIquidation May 20
LATAM (Chile) Files for Bankruptcy May 20
SunExpress Deustchland Announces Ceasing Operations Jun 20
One Airlines (Chile) Ceased Operations Jun 20
NokScoot (Thaiand) Ceases Operations Jun 20
LIAT (Antigua) Ceases Operations Jun 20
Jet Time (Denmark) Files for Bankruptcy Jul 20
Virgin Atlantic (UK) Files for Bankruptcy Aug 20
AirAsia Japan Ceases Operations Oct 20
Cathay Dragon (Hong Kong) Ceases Operations Oct 20
Ravn Air (U.S.) Files for Bankruptcy Oct 20
Norwegian Air Files for Bankruptcy Nov 20
InterJet (Mexico) Files for Bankruptcy Apr 21
Philippine Airlines Files for Bankruptcy Sep 21

Posted at 2021 Sep 07 16:25

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