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Delta projects gloomy two years ahead as losses soar

Delta projects gloomy two years ahead as losses soar

“Given the combined effects of the pandemic and associated financial impact on the global economy, we continue to believe that it will be more than two years before we see a sustainable recovery,” Delta chief executive Ed Bastian explained.

Croatia tourism demand gradually returning

Croatia tourism demand gradually returning

Croatia welcomed over 600,000 international visitors in the first ten days of July, around half the figure seen during the same period last year. In numbers likely to create a measure of confidence in the sector, 4.4 million overnight stays were registered from July 1st-10th.

Travel sector launches new passenger guidance

Travel sector launches new passenger guidance

The UK Travel Retail Forum, the Airport Operators Association, the International Air Transport Association and Airlines UK are working together to ensure all necessary steps are taken to prioritise the health, safety and comfort of passengers.

Blue Islands launches new connections from Southampton

Blue Islands launches new connections from Southampton

Blue Islands has announced a plan to restore key routes at Southampton Airport, flying an ATR72 in brand-new corporate colours. The aircraft touched down at the airport from its Jersey base earlier, as the airline confirmed four initial routes.

Tobago focuses on safety ahead of reopening

Tobago focuses on safety ahead of reopening

The Tobago Tourism Agency is preparing the island for increased activity and the eventual opening of its borders. Work centres on product development initiatives focused on collaboration, health and safety.

Cathay Care seeks to keep passengers safe

Cathay Care seeks to keep passengers safe

Cathay Pacific has launched Cathay Care, a new protocol that incorporates cleaning, protection and hygiene measures to ensure the safety of both employees and passengers, from check-in to landing.