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SIA drops ‘flights to nowhere’ plan; will launch A380 'plane restaurant' and home-delivered premium meals instead
SINGAPORE, Sept 29 (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore Airlines (SIA) will no longer launch flights to nowhere.
SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines plans to turn one of its grounded jumbo jets into a pop-up restaurant and offer home-delivered plane food as part of a series of initiatives to try an re-engage customers who have not been able to travel due to the coronavirus pandemic.
JAKARTA, Sept 29 (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Soekarno-Hatta International Airport is set to accommodate no-destination flights as many airlines seek to recoup some of the major losses suffered as a result of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
SEOUL, Sept 29 (Reuters): South Korea appealed on Tuesday for strict social-distancing despite a slight fall in the number of its new coronavirus cases, with millions of people set to travel for a major holiday.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea appealed on Tuesday for strict social-distancing despite a slight fall in the number of its new coronavirus cases, with millions of people set to travel for a major holiday.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Africa's overburdened public health systems, dearth of testing facilities and overcrowded slums had experts predicting a disaster when COVID-19 hit the continent in February.
WASHINGTON: The leaders of the U.S. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure on Monday introduced bipartisan legislation to reform the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) aircraft certification process in the wake of two fatal Boeing 737 MAX crashes
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and Belgium said on Monday they had reached an agreement that will allow U.S.-bound passengers from Brussels to undergo U.S. customs and immigration checks before departing Europe.
SYDNEY: The Australian government said it will extend a Covid-19 relief package for domestic airlines by four months in its annual budget, as one economics forecaster predicted the country would record a A$198.5bil (US$140bil) deficit.
LONDON (Reuters) - An increased number of positive COVID-19 results in the run up to last Sunday's Russian Formula One Grand Prix shows that safety protocols are working well, the sport said on Monday.