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    Green light flights offers hope to Covid-ravaged UK travel industry

    Travel companies are enjoying a green light sales boom after the UK government lifted travel restrictions to a handful of countries as part of its easing of coronavirus lockdown measures. Travel agents saw the light at the end of its particular tunnel glimmer in the distance but bookings on Saturday still come against a background of a ravaged industry. Twelve countries are on the green list for relatively hassle-free travel from England while travellers to amber countries have to isolate at home on their return. Flying in from red list countries remains extremely limited and passengers must quarantine at hotels […] More

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    Global Full-Service Carrier Market Insights Analysis by Size, Share, Growth, Trends up to 2020-2025 – SoccerNurds

    According to Global Marketers, Global Full-Service Carrier Market is expected to witness high growth during the forecast periodGlobal Full-Service Carrier Market Analysis by 2025 is a professional and detailed analysis of the Full-Service Carrier industry with a special focus on global market trend analysis. This report mainly elaborates a detailed Full-Service Carrier market overview, characteristics, industry chain, competition landscape, historical 2015-2020 and forecast 2020-2025 market data by type, end-user, region. The report provides important statistics on the market conditions of the players in the major Full-Service Carrier markets and the industry development trends and opportunities available in the market. Scope […] More

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    Aircraft Line Maintenance Market Investment Analysis

      A new Research Report published by JCMR under the title Global Aircraft Line Maintenance Market (COVID 19 Version) can grow into the world’s most important market which has played an important role in making progressive impacts on the global economy. The Global Aircraft Line Maintenance Market Report presents a dynamic vision for concluding and researching market size, market hope and competitive environment. The study is derived from primary and secondary Research and consists of qualitative & Quality analysis. The main company in this Research is British Airways, Avia Solutions Group, SIA Engineering Company, Delta Air Lines, AMECO, Lufthansa, HAECO, ANA Line Maintenance Technics, United Airlines, BCT Aviation […] More

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    Aicraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Market Innovative Strategy by 2028 | Lufthansa Technik, SR Technics, ST Aerospace – Clark County Blog

      JCMR recently Announced Aicraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul study with 200+ market data Tables and Figures spread through Pages and easy to understand detailed TOC on “Global Aicraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Market. Global Aicraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Market allows you to get different methods for maximizing your profit. The research study provides estimates for Aicraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Forecast till 2028*. Some of the Leading key Company’s Covered for this Research are Lufthansa Technik, SR Technics, ST Aerospace, GE Aviation, Rolls-Royce, AFI KLM E&M, Delta TechOps, AAR Corp., MTU Maintenance, SIA Engineering, ANA, Iberia Maintenance, Haeco, British Airways Engineering, TAP M&E, JAL […] More

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    Fancy some bank holiday sun? You can now book flights from Newcastle

    BRITISH Airways has reacted to the announcement of the Government’s new green list for travel by putting twice-weekly flights on sale between Newcastle and Faro from the end of this month. Portugal is one of just 12 destinations on the Government’s new green list for travel – with some countries on the list still not accepting tourists. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said the removal of the ban on international leisure travel was “necessarily cautious” as he announced the destinations that holidaymakers will be able to visit from May 17 without having to self-isolate on their return to England. But while Portugal, […] More

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    COMMENT: Hospitality industry should brace for a boom in tourism

    The Chronicle A NUMBER of airlines have indicated that they will soon resume direct flights to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe’s prime tourist destination. The airlines suspended flights to Zimbabwe as part of measures to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Recently the British Airways (Comair) and South Africa’s Airlink confirmed that they are resuming flights to Victoria Falls soon. Comair announced that it is resuming daily return flights between Johannesburg and Victoria Fall next Thursday. SA Airlink has not given a date but it has indicated that flights between Cape Town and Victoria Falls will resume soon. Africa’s largest airline […] More

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    ALEX BRUMMER: Attack on British aerospace industry

    ALEX BRUMMER: Aerospace sector and the technology it generates is a powerhouse of UK economy – losing control of another group would be body blow to a strategic, innovative industry It employs more than 120,000 people, most of them outside London and the south-east  In normal times, it generates an annual turnover of £35billion, most of which comes from exports  The toxic combination of the pandemic and an invasion by overseas (and domestic) bargain hunters threatens to demolish it before our eyes  By Alex Brummer for the Daily Mail Published: 21:52 BST, 7 May 2021 | Updated: 22:20 BST, 7 […] More

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    Keep calm, and mark 28 June on your calendars

    Might travel be better off looking to 28 June for brighter skies? (Credit: Kyrie Kim / Unsplash) I imagine Boris Johnson had something else on, he usually likes to take the lead on these “big” announcements. Or perhaps it’s indicative of the disdain government has shown travel for the past 14 months – tourism minister Nigel Huddleston’s insistence in a TTG interview that travel and tourism “got huge amounts” of Covid support still rings out hollow in my ears.   I digress. Back to this Friday. 5pm – great. That’s another weekend wiped out for agents across the country, whose […] More

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    Business daily – China’s trade volumes surge again in April

    Issued on: 07/05/2021 – 15:11Modified: 07/05/2021 – 15:18 China saw another month of double-digit growth in trade in April, with exports surging by more than 32 percent and imports up by 43 percent. Despite a lingering trade war, its trade surplus with the United States widened by 33 percent, potentially exacerbating tensions. Plus, as Britain is set to issue its “green list” of low-risk countries where people can travel to from May 17 without the need to quarantine themselves upon returning home, the parent company of British Airways remains cautious about travel picking up.  Read further. More

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