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    In-Depth Assessment of Growth and Key Aspects – SoccerNurds

    Global Airlines Market report by In4Research provides the current and forthcoming technical and financial details of the Airlines Industry. The research study attracts attention to a detailed synopsis of the market valuation, revenue estimation, and Industry statistics. The study on the emerging trends in the global and regional spaces on all the significant components, such as market capacity, cost, price, demand and supply, production, profit, and competitive landscape. The Airlines Market report is an amalgamation of a detailed market overview based on the segmentation, applications, trends and opportunities, mergers and acquisitions, drivers, and restraints. The report also talks about the […] More

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    Cathay Pacific Airways Limited, FedEx Corporation, United Parcel Service Inc., Kuehne + Nagel, Expeditors International, Bollore Group SDV, DB Schenker, The Emirates Group, Deutsche Post DHL, CEVA Logistics, etc. – Jumbo News

    Global Air Cargo and Freight Logistics Market: IntroductionThe Global Air Cargo and Freight Logistics Market research report is comprised of the detailed study of Air Cargo and Freight Logistics market and all the market dynamics related to the same. The detailed study of the aspects that are acknowledged to be crucial for the study of every industry is covered in the research report. These aspects include Profit margins, product knowledge, revenues, potential customer base, innovations, industry growth, etc. The research report thoroughly analyzes the market size and volume in the past years and also holds the prediction for the market […] More

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    Airlines want vaccine passports but don’t want to pay for them

    The EU is moving ahead with plans to roll out a “Digital Green Certificate”—a document to store Covid-19 information such as vaccination records and test results. Governments, airports and airlines hope that will spur travel across the bloc by making it easier to check if passengers have been inoculated. “Vaccines are what is going to ultimately allow us to start recovering as an industry,” said Olivier Jankovec, director general of Airports Council International Europe, a trade body of airports. “It’s what is going to allow Europeans to be mobile again.” On Friday, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention […] More

  • As CDC Eases Travel Guidance, Are 'Vaccine Passports' Next?
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    As CDC Eases Travel Guidance, Are ‘Vaccine Passports’ Next?

    By Archive Email Linda Chiem ” href=”https://www.law360.com/health/articles/1371784/#”>Linda Chiem Law360 is providing free access to its coronavirus coverage to make sure all members of the legal community have accurate information in this time of uncertainty and change. Use the form below to sign up for any of our weekly newsletters. Signing up for any of our section newsletters will opt you in to the weekly Coronavirus briefing. Law360 (April 2, 2021, 8:20 PM EDT) — With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention‘s Friday announcement that fully vaccinated individuals can again travel in the U.S. without COVID-19 testing beforehand or self-quarantining […] More

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    The 10 Oldest Airlines In The World

    Humans have been flying since the Wright Brothers took to the air in 1903. Of course, airlines started later – with the first scheduled passenger flights in 1914 (across Tampa Bay, Florida). We take a look here at the 10 oldest. Note that some of the orders and listings could change depending on exact dates (such as incorporation or starting service), so treat this a bit flexibly. KLM is the world’s oldest airline and celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1919. Photo: Vincenzo Pace | Simple Flying KLM – October 1919 KLM (Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij in full) is generally recognized as […] More

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    FTSE 100 movers: Melrose rallies; Phoenix goes ex-div

    London’s FTSE 100 was up 0.3% at 6,733.45 in afternoon trade on Thursday amid quiet trade ahead of the Easter weekend. GKN owner Melrose Industries was the standout gainer despite going ex-dividend. Travel-related stocks were also in the black following a Financial Times report that ministers are planning a traffic light system to unlock foreign travel. Engine marker Rolls-Royce and British Airways and Iberia owner IAG were both higher. On the downside, Phoenix Group and Smith & Nephew fell as they traded without entitlement to the dividend. FTSE 100 – Risers Melrose Industries (MRO) 176.40p 5.69%International Consolidated Airlines Group SA […] More

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    British Airways Backs ZeroAvia’s Plan For Hydrogen Airliner

    British Airways is among a group of investors backing a new $24.3 million funding round to support ZeroAvia’s plans to develop a 50-seat airliner powered by hydrogen. According to the U.S.-based start-up, which has now raised nearly $74 million-including $53 million in private investment and a UK government grant of around $16.3 million-it is aiming to get the 50-seater into commercial service by 2026 and believes that by 2030, a 100-seat airliner could be operating with its 600 kW hydrogen-electric powertrain. Applications of the hydrogen-electric system on smaller aircraft are anticipated as early as 2024. The UK airline has not disclosed how much it has […] More

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    These were the 5 best shares to buy 6 months ago, before the FTSE 100 soared!

    Please cast your mind back to the grim days of autumn 2020. This was before news of several effective Covid-19 vaccines gave us hope, fuelling sharply rising share prices in November. After leaping from Meltdown Monday (23 March 2020) to early June, the FTSE 100 index then dived as Covid-19 infections surged. By 30 October, the FTSE 100 had slumped to a second-half closing low. But which were the best shares to buy from the FTSE 100 six months ago, before the light at the end of the coronavirus tunnel? The FTSE 100 soars on vaccine news On 30 October […] More

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    American to Put Most Jets Back in Service as Travel Rebounds

    Photographer: Sarah Silbiger/Bloomberg Photographer: Sarah Silbiger/Bloomberg American Airlines Group Inc. expects to put most of its fleet back in service in the second quarter, following “recent strength in domestic and short-haul international bookings.” Falling infections and hospitalizations and rising vaccinations have spurred demand after a blow early this year when the U.S. required negative coronavirus tests for international travelers, American said in a regulatory filing Monday. The seven-day average of net bookings on March 26 was about 90% of the 2019 level and domestic flights are 80% full, the company said. American’s improved assessment indicated the progress made in recent […] More

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    What Happened To Spanish LCC Clickair?

    Today we thought we would look back and see what happened to Spanish low-cost carrier (LCC) Clickair. Based at Josep Tarradellas Barcelona–El Prat Airport (BCN), Clickair was originally called Catair because of its connections with Catalonia’s autonomous region. clickair started with three A320s. Photo: Getty Images Before launching operations in 2006, Catair decided to change its name to Clickair. The change was made because the airline expected most of its ticket sales to come from online purchases. Customers would visit the airlines’ website and then click to buy tickets. Like other LCCs, the plan would be to sell tickets cheaply […] More

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