U.S. And U.K. Travel Industry Bosses Resort To Begging Publicly For Removal Of Covid-19 Flight Restrictions
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U.S. And U.K. Travel Industry Bosses Resort To Begging Publicly For Removal Of Covid-19 Flight Restrictions

The CEOs of six U.S. and British airlines, along with other leaders from both nations’ aviation and tourism sectors, on Monday publicly begged U.S. President Joe Biden and U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson to act decisively at their upcoming meeting in southwestern Britain to reopen international air travel markets that effectively have been closed for 16 months because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Britain, which this year holds the rotating presidency of the so-called “Group of Seven” leading democracies, is hosting the first G7 meeting in two years next weekend in Carbis Bay, a resort on the Atlantic coast of Cornwall.  Johnson, as…

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