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Collapse in aviation demand leads to closure of one Heathrow runway

3 hours ago   |   Travel and Tourworld

After British Airways announced further cuts to services, Heathrow seeing the collapse in aviation demand announced that it will close one of its two runways from...
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Singapore Airlines and AeroFarms Launch Farm-to-Plane Initiative

14 hours ago   |   Global Traveler Usa

IN A FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND PARTNERSHIP, Singapore Airlines and AeroFarms , the leader in indoor vertical farming, launched a Farm-to-Plane initiative to bring the world's freshest...
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More than 100,000 tourists stuck in New Zealand since it began lockdown

More than 100,000 tourists stuck in New Zealand since it began lockdown

23 hours ago   |   Travel and Tourworld   |   2 articles

About 100,000 tourists stuck in New Zealand since it began a lockdown last week were starting to fly to their home countries Friday. The initial problem for many tourists had...
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Around 1,100 healthy passengers from 2 stranded Holland America cruise ships are scheduled to fly to Toronto, Atlanta, San Francisco, Paris, Frankfurt, and London today

Around 1,100 healthy passengers from 2 stranded Holland America cruise ships are scheduled to fly to Toronto, Atlanta, San Francisco, Paris, Frankfurt, and London today

1 day ago   |   Business Insider

Joe Raedle/Getty Images Holland America plans to disembark around 1,160 passengers from its stranded MS Zaandam and MS Rotterdam cruise ships today. According to the cruise...
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A Delta flight attendant describes what it's like flying during the coronavirus pandemic with near-empty planes and 'ghost town' airports

A Delta flight attendant describes what it's like flying during the coronavirus pandemic with near-empty planes and 'ghost town' airports

1 day ago   |   Business Insider   |   3 articles

Screenshot/Delta As the novel coronavirus continues to spread around the world, the airline industry continues to be impacted by country-wide lockdowns and declining travel...
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What you need to know: Airline operations

What you need to know: Airline operations

1 day ago   |   Move Global   |   3 articles

As demand declines and governments around the world restrict travel, we're seeing major reductions in scheduled flights in many markets. Some airports are closing, and many...
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How to change your destination on Uber during a ride

How to change your destination on Uber during a ride

1 day ago   |   Business Insider

NurPhoto/Getty Images You can change your destination on Uber at any time during a ride in-progress - just keep in mind that your new ending point will likely increase the cost...
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Florida authorities clear stranded Holland America ships Zaandam and Rotterdam for arrival in Port Everglades, and the cruise line expects its 'fit-for-travel' guests to be off the ship by Friday night

Florida authorities clear stranded Holland America ships Zaandam and Rotterdam for arrival in Port Everglades, and the cruise line expects its 'fit-for-travel' guests to be off the ship by Friday night

1 day ago   |   Business Insider

Joe Raedle/Getty Images Florida authorities have officially confirmed that Holland America's two stranded cruise ships, the MS Zaandam and Rotterdam, can dock at Port...
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The New England Patriots' Boeing 767 private jet just flew 1.2 million N95 face masks from China to Boston. Take a closer look at the team plane

The New England Patriots' Boeing 767 private jet just flew 1.2 million N95 face masks from China to Boston. Take a closer look at the team plane

1 day ago   |   Business Insider

AP/Eric Gay The New England Patriots donated the use of a team private jet to pick up over 1 million N95 supply maks in China. The championship-winning team owns two former...
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What to expect the next time you fly - changes airlines have made in response to the coronavirus pandemic

What to expect the next time you fly - changes airlines have made in response to the coronavirus pandemic

1 day ago   |   Business Insider

AP/Branden Camp Flying during the coronavirus pandemic is very different from what it used to be. Southwest airlines have completely eliminated foodservice on flights shorter...
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AirBaltic cuts further flight operations for upcoming months

AirBaltic cuts further flight operations for upcoming months

Latvia's flag carrier airBaltic has decided to decrease its overall capacity between April 15 and October 31, 2020. The decision arrives in light of the coronavirus pandemic as... Read more ...

Locals' Tips On Lesser Known Things to do in Ireland

Locals' Tips On Lesser Known Things to do in Ireland

Ireland is the third largest island in Europe, and with so much to do and see it can be difficult to narrow it down when planning your trip to Ireland. We asked HomeExchange... Read more ...

The 2020 BMW R18 Is The Kind Of Throwback Cool The World Needs Right Now

The 2020 BMW R18 Is The Kind Of Throwback Cool The World Needs Right Now

BMW has been teasing the R18 for over a year now, first with a series of customs using the new “big boxer” engine, then with a concept version, and finally the real thing was... Read more ...

US Transportation Department to airlines: Don't 'forget' to refund customers...

US Transportation Department to airlines: Don't 'forget' to refund customers if a flight is canceled

REUTERS/Mike Segar The US Department of Transportation issued an enforcement notice to airlines on Friday, warning them that they must offer refunds to passengers whose flights... Read more ...

Delta CEO: We're losing $60 million a day as the coronavirus pandemic rages on

Delta CEO: We're losing $60 million a day as the coronavirus pandemic rages on

Reuters Delta is burning through more than $60 million of cash each day, as it sees more than a 95% drop in demand from the same period last year. In a memo to staff, CEO Ed... Read more ...

Why airlines are required to keep flying 'ghost planes' under the terms of...

Why airlines are required to keep flying 'ghost planes' under the terms of the coronavirus bailout package

Mike Blake/Reuters Airlines continue to fly across the US despite only having a few passengers on each flight, due to the coronavirus pandemic . In the COVID-19 bailout... Read more ...

Jeff Bezos' rocket company is reportedly pushing employees to travel from...

Jeff Bezos' rocket company is reportedly pushing employees to travel from Washington to Texas to help launch a space tourism rocket despite the coronavirus outbreak

Mark Wilson/Getty Images Blue Origin, the rocket company owned by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, is putting pressure on employees to conduct a test launch of the company's space... Read more ...

Etihad Airways continues to operate special passenger flights for stranded...

Etihad Airways continues to operate special passenger flights for stranded passengers

Over the past week, Etihad Airways has been operating special flights which have allowed stranded passengers to return home, and to support the ‘UAE Food Security Program' as... Read more ...

Thai Airways is going to deduct salaries of its employees

Thai Airways is going to deduct salaries of its employees

Starting Saturday, employees of Thai Airways International will cease work and take a pay cut. The announcement made on Wednesday comes after the airline said it would suspend... Read more ...

British Airways furlough thousands of staff amid COVID-19 crisis

British Airways furlough thousands of staff amid COVID-19 crisis

U.K.'s flag carrier British Airways has decided to lay-off nearly 36,000 staff until the end of May. The move has been decided under the British government's furlough scheme... Read more ...