The British Foreign & Commonwealth Office has begun to “advise against all but essential travel” to mainland China as the impact of an ongoing coronavirus outbreak continues to spread.
High-speed trains and ferries that cross the border between mainland China and Hong Kong will be suspended from Thursday, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam announced earlier. Flights will also be halved.
Spanning 1,652 square metres, the facility is centred around five brand new Fitness First concepts – including Kube, Box, Spin, Hot Studio and GX Studio.
Airbus has agreed a settlement with French, British and US authorities following lengthy investigations into allegations of bribery and corruption.
During 2019, the company added 516 properties with more than 78,000 rooms in 60 countries and territories – an average of one new property every 17 hours.
Boeing and Embraer have welcomed the unconditional approval of their strategic partnership by the Administrative Council for Economic Defence’s general-superintendence in Brazil.
Saga has announced that Chris Simmonds will be returning to Saga Holidays in March as its new managing director. He will be replacing Maria Whiteman, who left the company late last year.
Heathrow has announced that disability campaigner, Helen Dolphin, and the experienced equality and inclusion regulator, Keith Richards, have both been named as new co-chairs of the Heathrow Access Advisory Group.
A new £500 million fund has been made available by the British department of transport to develop better rail connections for communities hit half a century ago by the Beeching cuts.
The company is reporting that recurring EBITDA and consolidated net profit will be similar to last year, standing at approximately €350 million and €180 million respectively