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Bookings for the Balearics surged from mid-March, after the low infection rate in the archipelago prompted Berlin to drop a quarantine requirement for people returning from the region – long a favourite of German holidaymakers.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The chief executive of European software company MessageBird said on Tuesday its sales passed $300 million in 2020, implying year-on-year growth of nearly 50%, as it prepares for a possible IPO as early as this year.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German hotel owners are fuming over an extension to measures that bar citizens from going on vacation in their own country but allow them to travel abroad, as the industry struggles to survive the coronavirus lockdown.
IS: Europe's airlines and travel sector are bracing for a second lost summer, with rebound hopes increasingly challenged by a hobbled COVID-19 vaccine rollout, resurgent infections and new lockdowns.
HO CHI MINH CITY (Vietnam News/ANN): Vietjet has been certified with seven-stars, the world’s highest rating for Covid-19 compliance for global airlines by AirlineRatings.
FOR all the optimism about travel restarting as vaccines are rolled out, airline stocks still have a way to go to make up the ground they lost in the pandemic. It may take signs of a recovery in long-haul flights for the sector to make further gains.
One of the last air-worthy models of its kind – a JU 52 in Johannesburg, South Africa – could be permanently grounded as the pandemic compounds its problems.