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LONDON, Oct. 8 (Xinhua) -- British low-cost airline easyJet warned Thursday its first ever annual loss could be as much as 1.09 billion U.S. dollars, calling on the British government to step up with bespoke measures to support the airline industry.
UK plan to introduce COVID-19 testing for international arrivals won't come until November - The Guardian
(Reuters) - The UK government will not announce an anticipated plan to introduce COVID-19 testing for international arrivals until November, and instead the government will set up a global travel taskforce, The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/oct/06/no-covid-testing-decision-for-international-arrivals-before-november reported Tuesday.
ROME, Sept. 25 (Xinhua) -- Italian antitrust officials on Friday broadened their probe into airline policies regarding trips canceled due to factors related to the global coronavirus outbreak.
Efforts to minimise human interaction are taking a toll
LONDON: EasyJet Plc is seeing a stronger than anticipated rebound in passenger demand following the lifting of lockdowns, prompting it to accelerate the addition of flights
LONDON: Ryanair Holdings Plc issued a stark assessment of the threat to airlines as they seek to rebound from the coronavirus crisis, saying it’s concerned that a series of local lockdowns followed by a second wave of infection will hold back the recovery from the pandemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain is closely watching rises in coronavirus cases in other European destinations such as France and Germany after slapping a 14-day quarantine on travellers from Spain at the height of the summer vacation season.
LONDON (Reuters) - EasyJet and British Airways told customers on Saturday they did not plan to cancel flights over the coming days, after Britain's government advised against all non-essential travel to mainland Spain due to COVID-19.
LONDON/BARCELONA (Reuters) - Britain abruptly imposed a two-week quarantine on all travellers arriving from Spain after a surge of coronavirus cases, a dramatic and sudden reversal on Saturday to the opening of the European continent to tourism after months of lockdown.