Virus endangers ‘future of aviation’ without state aid: Lufthansa boss

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Online Desk: he chief executive of German airline giant Lufthansa warned governments might need to save the industry from the coronavirus crisis, as “drastic cutbacks in flight  operations” have grounded over 90 percent of its planes. “The longer this crisis lasts, the more likely it is that the future of aviation cannot be guaranteed without state aid,” Carsten Spohr said in a statement, adding that 700 of Lufthansa’s 763 aircraft were grounded but that the group was in good financial shape for now.

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