Viewing News for September 21, 2020

Airlines

Canadian Airlines Cancel Hundreds Of Flights As Hopes Fade For Spike In Demand CanadianPress
Trump Says U.S.-Canada Border Will Open By End Of Year, Even As Closure Extended Through 21OCT Reuters
Go Full Throttle On COVID Rapid Testing, Pleads Pilots' Union TorontoSun
Lower COVID Rates Among Air Workers Than General US Population Is Proof Flying Is Safe, Say Airline CEOs BusinessInsider
British Airways Launches New First Class Suite With Door SimpleFlying
SWISS Takes Its First Airbus A321neo SimpleFlying
China Says One-Hour Travel To Anywhere In The World May Be Possible By 2045 RT
Lufthansa Group To Hike GDS Surcharge BusinessTravelNewsEurope
Zero-Emission Flight? Airbus Aims To Transform Environmental Impact Of Travel with Hydrogen-Powered Aircraft Open JawOJ

Attractions

Disney Water Parks To Stay Closed Until 2021 TravelMole

Biz Travel

Report: Biz Travel Won't Fully Recover Until 2023 Open JawOJ

Cruise

Europe Sailings Show That U.S. Is Ready To Sail Too, Say Cruise Execs TravelWeekly
RCG & NCLH's Healthy Sail Panel Submits COVID Cruise Recommendations To CDC USAToday
Travel Advisors Tell CDC Cruising Is Vital To Their Survival TravelWeekly
Cruise Demand Strong For Second Half Of 2021 TravelWeeklyUK
Covid Is A ‘Punch In The Gut’ To New-To-Cruise Customers, Says Carnival's Donald TravelWeeklyUK
"Father of Modern Cruising" Norwegian Cruise Line Founder Knut Kloster Dies CruiseIndustryNews
Second Costa Ship Sets Sail As Part Of Med Cruise Return TravelWeeklyUK
Here Are The Cruise Ships Carnival Is Selling CruiseIndustryNews

Destinations

‘Very Serious Situation’ Unfolding In Europe, WHO Warns, As Cases Rise Dramatically CNBC
Jamaica: “Cautious Optimism” For Visitor Arrival Growth CaribbeanJournal


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