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Coronavirus impact: These 9 airlines went belly up due to COVID 19 pandemic

Coronavirus impact: These 9 airlines went belly up due to COVID-19 pandemic

Coronavirus impact: These 9 airlines went belly up due to COVID-19 pandemic
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By Anu Sharma  Jul 11, 2020 7:52:13 PM IST (Updated)

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CNBC-TV18.com takes a look at those airlines that have had to shut operations or file for bankruptcy over the deepening crisis across the world.

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With auditor Ernst and Young suggesting that the future of budget carrier AirAsia could be "significant doubt" due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, CNBC-TV18.com takes a look at those airlines that have had to shut operations or file for bankruptcy over the deepening crisis across the world. (Image: Reuters)

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Flybe | The European airline filed for administration and ceased operations in March 2020. The carrier attributed the move to the COVID-19 on bookings. (Image: Reuters)

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Trans States Airlines | The US-based regional airline preponed plans to cease operations and suspended all flights in April 2020. (Image: Trans States Airlines/LinkedIn)

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Compass Airlines | The airline ceased operations due to various crises, triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Compass Airlines was a wholly owned subsidiary of Northwest Airlines and later Delta Air Lines. (Image: Reuters/Representational)

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Avianca | The Colombian airline filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in May 2020. (Image: Reuters)

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Avianca Peru | The carrier has liquidated it's Peruvian subsidiary as well. (Image: Reuters)

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LATAM Airlines Group | The Chile-based airline, which was the largest in Latin America has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy. (Image: Reuters)

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RavnAir | Alaska-based RavnAir group filed for bankruptcy in April 2020. (Image: Reuters)

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Aeromexico | The latest victim of the COVID-19 impact was the Mexico-based Aeromexico, which filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in the US in June 2020. (Image: Reuters)

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