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PARIS (Reuters) - German company Volocopter performed on Monday a first flight of its electrical air taxi in France at a show in Le Bourget airport and said it aimed to have a service in operation for the Olympic Games in Paris in 2024.
LONDON (Reuters) - The aviation industry on Monday demanded that Britain removes COVID testing and isolation requirements for fully vaccinated travellers from most countries, a step already being taken in the European Union to help tourism recover.
PUTRAJAYA: Police have nabbed 825 individuals for various standard operating procedure (SOP) violations.
DUBAI: Dubai Airport, the world’s largest by international passenger numbers, expects to recover up to 90% of its pre-pandemic capacity by autumn and will reopen a terminal as demand picks up.
LONDON: The UK government will keep restrictions on overseas travel in place to control a surge in coronavirus infections and the risk of new variants of the virus taking hold.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Sunday (June 20)
Indonesia is facing a sharp spike in Covid-19 cases one month after the Aidilfitri holiday with the detection of the more contagious Delta variant, as over 12, 000 daily cases were reported for three consecutive days.
Laos has extended its lockdown Covid-19 prevention measures across the country for a further 15 days as the community spread of coronavirus in the capital continues.
DUBAI (Reuters) -Dubai's state airport operator is hoping for a "flood" of travelers as the coronavirus pandemic eases, targeting passenger traffic through Dubai International Airport to grow 8% to 28 million this year as demand rebuilds.
CAIRO (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will suspend travellers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Namibia from entering the country on national and foreign flights, effective 23:59 p.m. on Monday, June 21, state news agency WAM reported on Saturday, citing a statement by the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA).