US Airlines to Suffer Record Losses

Analysts have predicted that net losses for the US airline industry will top $35bn (€28bn) net for 2020. The huge losses represent around 40% of global losses and bring to an end a decade of huge profits for the industry; for Southwest Airlines it’ll be the first year in the red for four decades, according…

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Tokyo Olympics At Risk of Cancellation

The Tokyo Olympics, scheduled to start on July 23, are at risk of being cancelled as cases rise and governors call for another state of emergency to curb the spread of the virus. The governors of Tokyo, Chiba, Kanagawa and Saitama – prefectures where Olympic events are scheduled to take place – have petitioned the…

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Stena Line’s newest ship arrives in Belfast

Stena Line’s newest addition to its fleet, the brand-new Stena Embla has arrived in Belfast. Stena Embla is the third E-Flexer ferry to be commissioned for Stena Line’s Irish Sea routes in the last 12 months, three of the most modern ferries in the world. Stena Embla will join her sister ship on the popular…

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10 new restaurants that opened in Toronto last month

New restaurants that opened in Toronto last month are entering 2021 with the hopes that this year will be better than the last. December saw a number of expansions from some known names, with popular destinations for Indonesian-Dutch food or Chinese rice rolls getting second, even third, locations.  Here are some new restaurants that opened…

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25 cafes and bakeries Toronto lost last year we’ll miss the most

Cafes and bakeries Toronto lost last year we'll miss the most include a gluten-free spot, an empanada producer, a location for some of the city's most popular cakes, a legendary Chinese business, a runner's hub and, sadly, many more. If java or focaccia is your jam, you were bummed when these places closed. Here are…

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Travel Ban from UK to Ireland extended to 6th January.

The Government has extended the ban on flights from Great Britain to the Republic of Ireland until 6th January 2021, Aer Lingus will not operate flights from Great Britain to the Republic of Ireland in that period. Aer Lingus is operating flights from the Republic of Ireland to Great Britain in order to facilitate the…

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Dublin Airport Becomes Carbon Neutral

Dublin Airport has been formally designated as a carbon neutral airport as part of a globally recognised environmental programme. Dublin Airport is the first airport in Ireland to achieve carbon neutral status and has done so following an extensive programme of activities to reduce and offset its carbon emissions in recent years. The airport reduced…

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Celebrity has 30 cruises exploring Asia and South America in 2022-2023

Celebrity Cruises will take travellers on the exotic journey of a lifetime in 2022-2023, with more than 30 sailings exploring Asia or South America onboard one of two award-winning ships, Celebrity Solstice and Celebrity Infinity. With Celebrity Solstice sailing the Far Eastern waters of Asia from September to April, guests will experience the best of…

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