Your daily newsround of aviation stories in Europe 
May 19, 2020

EasyJet admits nine million customers hacked
Source: BBC News

EasyJet has admitted that a "highly sophisticated cyber-attack" has affected approximately nine million customers.
Aviation associations call for greater co-operation to ensure safe co-existence of manned and unmanned aircraft
Source: Travel Daily News
Europe’s leading aviation associations call on the European Commission to develop an all-inclusive, co-operative approach for integration of drones into European airspace.
Veovo helps airports with social distancing
Source: Passenger Terminal Today
Veovo has introduced its Virtual Queueing and Passenger Density Management products to support social distancing at airports.
Düsseldorf Airport on COVID-19 crisis management: “With an eye on strategies and experiences, we are coordinating closely with the industry”
Source: Airport Business 
In Düsseldorf, the current traffic volume is less than 5% of what is typical for the season.
COVID-19 crisis strongly impacts traffic and earnings at Flughafen Wien Group
Source: FTN News
The COVID-19 crisis has shaken the global economy and has massively impacted the country’s economic landscape and tourism industry as well as Vienna as an aviation hub.
Helsinki’s Airport Development Programme continues despite COVID-19
Source: International Airport Review
A new Terminal 2 is being built next to the old terminal building, and work is set to continue despite the impact COVID-19 has had on the airport.
Boeing and Airbus seek to calm fears about unsafe air in plane cabins
Source: Skift
Boeing and Airbus have deployed engineers to examine seat-to-seat air flows – using the same advanced physics at play in wind-tunnel testing of a wing.
Interview with Tonci Peovic, CEO, Brac Airport
Source: Air Transport News
Tonci Peovic, CEO of Brac Airport in Croatia talks about the ins and outs of successfully running a regional airport.
L’aéroport de Rennes se déconfine avec une piste neuve
Source: AeroBuzz
La piste principale de l'aéroport de Rennes-Bretagne a été remise en service le 8 mai 2020 après deux mois de travaux de réfection. 
VIDEO OF THE DAY: Budapest Airport - Time of pause
Source: YouTube channel of Budapest Airport
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