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SIA, other firms look to build on existing vaccine handling capabilities; only five imported Covid-19 cases reported
SINGAPORE, Dec 6 (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore Airlines is taking steps to raise the limit of dry ice it can carry per flight so it can transport any Covid-19 vaccine on a larger scale in future.
BERLIN: The prospect of bailing out more companies battered by the coronavirus pandemic is opening up a split in the German government, with free marketeers resisting a push for increased state intervention, according to people familiar with the matter.
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): United Nations humanitarian relief agency Unicef is looking to recruit some of the airline industry’s biggest operators to help distribute a coronavirus vaccine to the world’s poorest nations.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Many EU governments oppose common rules on the use of rapid COVID-19 tests, an internal document seen by Reuters says, in a new blow to airlines which are betting on fast-track testing to help bring the travel industry back to life.
LONDON/NEW YORK: Short sellers betting against European and U.S. travel, leisure and bank stocks lost billions of dollars on Monday, after news of a COVID-19 vaccine triggered a rally in shares of companies that have suffered under months of virus-fueled restrictions and lockdowns.
BERLIN: Lufthansa on Thursday said it booked a net loss of 2 billion euros ($2.35 billion) in the third quarter due to the pandemic-related slump in travelling and announced further restructuring measures would weigh on fourth-quarter figures.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): The second stimulus package to aid the economy amid the Covid-19 pandemic would focus on the most affected sectors, including aviation, tourism and consumption, according to the Ministry of Planning and Investment.
ABU Dhabi’s government has stumped up around $22 billion for Etihad Airways since it began flying in 2003, underscoring the ambition of the oil-rich emirate to turn its national carrier into a global player before the effort faltered in recent years.
BERLIN: The first passengers landed at Berlin’s new airport on Saturday. This was nine years after it was originally due to open and as the global aviation industry struggles with collapsing demand due to the coronavirus pandemic.