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SFO Postpones Opening of Harvey Milk Terminal 1

SFO Postpones Opening of Harvey Milk Terminal 1

The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) announced that the opening of the next phase of Harvey Milk Terminal 1 will be postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis. The Airport remains open, but the next phase

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Lufthansa Group Airlines Extends Free Rebooking

Lufthansa Group Airlines Extends Free Rebooking

In view of the exceptional circumstances caused by the spread of the coronavirus, Lufthansa Group Airlines Lufthansa, SWISS, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines and Air Dolomiti are extending free rebooking period. As already announced on 13

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Lufthansa Group Publishes Return Flight Schedule

Lufthansa Group Publishes Return Flight Schedule

From the beginning of next week, a return flight schedule will be in effect for the airlines in the Lufthansa Group. This will initially be valid until 19 April 2020.  Harry Hohmeister, Member of the

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Condor to Perform Additional Flights to Bring Residents Back Home

Condor to Perform Additional Flights to Bring Residents Back Home

Condor is expanding its return flight schedule to include scheduled flights, initially until 18 April 2020, starting next Monday to Seattle, Palma de Mallorca, Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Jerez de la Frontera on the Spanish

Railway News
Special Train Kyiv-Riga-Kyiv Will Depart Tomorrow

Special Train Kyiv-Riga-Kyiv Will Depart Tomorrow

One special train Kyiv-Riga-Kyiv is scheduled for residents of Latvia, Estonia and Ukraine to return home. On March 21 the train will depart from Kyiv at 13:20 and on March 22 the train will depart

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Eastern Airways Holds Off Planned Routes

Eastern Airways Holds Off Planned Routes

Eastern Airways has today confirmed Southampton Airport to Dublin is among seven new routes planned for announcement across the airline’s Southampton and Belfast City airport networks, but has held back while the Covid-19 restrictions peak.

Cultural Tourism
Free Educational Sites. Use Quarantine Time to Study

Free Educational Sites. Use Quarantine Time to Study

Now that the new coronavirus is spreading among communities, we are stuck inside. However, you can use the quarantine time to your advantage. If you couldn't find time for additional education for a long time,

Tourism News
COVID-19 Cases to Reach 228,000 in US

COVID-19 Cases to Reach 228,000 in US

There has been an exponential increase of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the US since the beginning of March, from less than 70 to more than 4,000. In just two more weeks, there could be over

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Airports to Adjust Operations

Airports to Adjust Operations

Following the suspension of international scheduled and non-scheduled passenger flights, some airports will continue operations on a limited basis, serving repatriation flights, cargo transportation and other permitted flights. Riga Airport continues operations on a limited

Tourism News
Global Coronavirus Crisis Could Alter Data Privacy

Global Coronavirus Crisis Could Alter Data Privacy

US Government is in talks with tech companies such as Facebook and Google about how to use smartphone location data to combat the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Location data taken from the smartphones of Americans could

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airBaltic to Bring Home People from Malta and London

airBaltic to Bring Home People from Malta and London

Due to the record low demand as COVID-19 spreads around the world, airlines are temporarily shutting down or cancelling flights. After a request from Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia and with permit

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Coronavirus: Cathay Pacific to Reduce Capacity by 96%

Coronavirus: Cathay Pacific to Reduce Capacity by 96%

Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon will reduce capacity by 96% across our passenger network in April and May in light of the severe drop in demand due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and multiple government