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Boeing to cut more than 12,000 US jobs

Aircraft manufacturer Boeing is cutting more than 12,000 US jobs through layoffs and buyouts as the coronavirus pandemic seizes the travel industry, with more...

Virgin Orbit forced to delay LauncherOne vehicle test flight

Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit has announced it is delaying the historic first orbital test flight of its LauncherOne vehicle due to equipment problems. The vehicle,...

Virgin Orbit set for first test flight of LauncherOne vehicle

Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit is preparing to make history today with the first orbital test flight of its LauncherOne vehicle. The vehicle, designed to deliver...

Quarantines imposed on new arrivals to UK from June 8 do not apply to Ireland

Two-week quarantines will be imposed on new arrivals to the UK from June 8, with fines for anyone who breaches the measure to prevent...

EasyJet to resume flights from June 15

EasyJet is to resume flights from a number of UK airports from June 15. The British low-cost carrier announced it will restart flights on mainly...

Greece to allow international flights to tourist destinations from July 1

Greece’s long-awaited tourist season will begin on June 15 with the opening of seasonal hotels, while international flights will be able to head directly...

Heathrow boss in plea for flights to restart between ‘low risk’ countries

Industry bosses are urging the British Government to begin planning flights between “low risk” countries in order to rebuild the economy. Heathrow Airport chief executive...

EU unveils plan to save summer holidays amid Covid-19 crisis

The European Union has unveiled its plan to help citizens across its 27 nations salvage their summer holidays after months of coronavirus confinement in...

Boris Johnson: Soon time to impose quarantine for people flying into the UK

An imposed quarantine on people flying into the UK will add to the confusion of Britons trying to figure out their future travel plans,...

Ryanair see 99.6% drop in passengers as flights grounded

Low-cost airline Ryanair flew just 40,000 passengers last month as the coronavirus crisis brought air travel to a standstill, and warned that operations will...

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New Zealand close to virus eradication despite grim global figures

New Zealand has all but eradicated the coronavirus from its shores, with just one person in the nation of five million known to be...

Minneapolis police station torched amid George Floyd death protests

Demonstrators have torched a Minneapolis police station as three days of violent protests spread over the death of George Floyd, a handcuffed black man...

Nina Dobrev confirms relationship with Shaun White as she gives him a haircut

Nina Dobrev confirmed her relationship with snowboarder Shaun White as she revealed she has given him a quarantine haircut. The pair made their romance Instagram...

Socially distanced gatherings of six permitted under UK’s lockdown easing

Friends and family will be able to meet in parks and gardens in socially distanced groups of six under British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s...

Security law ‘puts Hong Kong’s appeal for business at risk’

Hong Kong’s status as a leading place to do business could be in peril following the adoption of a national security law. The legislation, which...
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