Germany's largest airline, Lufthansa, has started to convert passenger aircraft into temporary cargo planes. That’s because when there are hardly any people on the move, there's more room for cargo.
An Air India Express flight coming from Dubai has crash-landed at an airport in Kerala, India, killing more than a dozen people. The plane had been bringing home people trapped abroad by the coronavirus outbreak
Infections in Germany have hit a three-month high. Ukraine has reported its highest figure yet. Meanwhile, Lufthansa has posted a net loss of €1.5 billion. Catch up with the latest news on the pandemic.
The move is part of a restructuring plan to cope with the economic fallout of the coronavirus crisis. The airline said it would halve its investment in new aircraft.
Authorities in Hamburg have found over €300 million worth of cocaine in a cargo ship container. Officials warn the global drug trade continues to thrive despite temporary border closures during the coronavirus pandemic.
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