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IAG says summer capacity could go higher than 45%, sees Q4 up to 75%

LONDON (Reuters) – The chief executive of British Airways-owner IAG said that capacity in...

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Exclusive-Vodafone exec emerges as favourite for Sky’s top job in Italy – sources

MILAN (Reuters) – Vodafone executive Andrea Duilio has emerged as a top candidate to lead...

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Global air travel demand 63% lower in May vs pre-pandemic -IATA

LONDON (Reuters) – Global airline industry body IATA said that passenger air travel demand...

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UK PM Johnson’s spokesman: Morrisons takeover proposals are commercial matter

LONDON (Reuters) – Takeover proposals for British supermarket chain Morrisons are a...

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Ryanair CEO sees travel ‘mushrooming’ despite COVID-19 restrictions

By Catarina Demony LISBON (Reuters) -As the summer holiday season kicks off, the number of...

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G20 to endorse deal on global minimum corporate tax -draft

By Jan Strupczewski BRUSSELS (Reuters) -The world’s financial leaders will endorse on July...

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Ryanair CEO tells UK to scrap air passenger tax to help aviation recover

LONDON (Reuters) – The boss of Ryanair said that Britain could best help the aviation...

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Wizz Air expects its summer flying to beat pre-pandemic levels

LONDON (Reuters) – Wizz Air is likely to fly more this summer than it did pre-pandemic, said...

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Ryanair CEO sees unrestricted UK-European travel from July

LONDON (Reuters) – The chief executive of airline Ryanair expects there to be unrestricted...

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EasyJet CEO does not expect Indian variant to ‘ruin’ summer travel

LONDON (Reuters) – The boss of easyJet said he does not expect the Indian coronavirus...

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EasyJet ahead of green list warns UK risks being left behind in travel

LONDON (Reuters) – The chief executive of easyJet said Britain was likely to be left behind...

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Boss of UK travel chain says signs for summer are encouraging

LONDON (Reuters) – The head of Britain’s largest independent travel agent, Hays, said on Thursday that there were encouraging signs that international travel would be able to resume for people to go on holiday....

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