From April 28, Bamboo Airways opens and restores eight routes connecting Phu Quoc to Quy Nhon – two multiple award-winning tourism destinations honoured on international media such as CNN Travel, TripAdvisor, and Booking.com , among others, with the aim of connecting these destinations with all three regions of the country via non-stop routes. Bamboo Airways opened and restored eight routes connecting Phu Quoc to Quy Nhon Particularly, as for Phu Quoc, besides the routes connecting the city to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, the airline launches five new routes, including Phu Quoc-Can Tho with a frequency of seven round-trip flights a week, Phu Quoc-Danang with a frequency of 14 round-trip flights per week, Phu Quoc-Thanh Hoa (four round-trip flights), Phu Quoc-Vinh (three round-trip flights), and Phu Quoc-Haiphong (four round-trip flights). Thus, the carrier now has seven routes from/to Phu Quoc in total. As for Quy Nhon, in addition to the previously exploited routes … [Read more...] about Bamboo Airways opens eight routes connecting Phu Quoc and Quy Nhon
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The parent firm of British Airways has called for the introduction of digital health passes to help reopen the skies while revealing a €7.4bn (£6.5bn) annual loss as a result of coronavirus pandemic disruption. International Airlines Group (IAG) demanded a global approach, with common testing standards, as the travel industry reels from a disastrous 12 months that has largely grounded fleets and led to tens of thousands of job losses. The operating loss revealed by the company, which also includes Iberia and Aer Lingus among its stable of airlines, compares with profits of €2.6bn (£2.2bn) during 2019 - before COVID-19 struck its operations. Live COVID updates from the UK and around the world COVID jobs crisis: Retail is worst hit sector Much of the bottom line loss was blamed on a pre-tax charge of just over €3bn (£2.6bn) on fuel and foreign exchange hedge accounting being discontinued, writedowns on the value of its fleet and restructuring costs. … [Read more...] about COVID-19: British Airways parent firm demands digital health passes to help reopen skies as it dives to £6.5bn loss
LOCATED just off the coast of France but attached to the British Crown, Jersey is the biggest of all the Channel Islands. Here's all you need to know about the island, including its population and relationship with the UK. Where is Jersey? Jersey is a small island in the English Channel located in the Bay of St Malo. It sits just 19 miles off the French coast and is also 85 miles from the south coast of England. The whole island is just five miles long and nine miles wide and is made up of 12 parishes, with the capital city being St Helier. The main language of Jersey is English and it is a British Crown Dependency. Is Jersey part of the UK? Jersey is officially a British Crown Dependency that forms part of the British Isles, but is not classed as being part of the UK. The island is self-governing, meaning it has its own banking and legal systems as well as its own courts of law. The government of the island is called the States Assembly and is made up of 49 … [Read more...] about Is Jersey part of the UK?
DOH Usec. Eric Domingo. Screengrab from Department of Health (Philippines) Facebook Live MANILA, Philippines — The public may choose which appropriate part of their body they want to be injected with Covid-19 vaccines, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said Wednesday, following Malacañang’s statement that President Rodrigo Duterte will be inoculated on his buttocks. Health Usec. Eric Domingo, FDA secretary-general, explained that some do not want to be vaccinated on their arms because some vaccine shots leave a scar. “Meron namang dahilan kung bakit. Halimbawa ayaw niya (vaccine recipient) sa braso, maaari naman. Kamukha noong mga halimbawa, ‘yung bakuna na nagpepeklat sa braso, may mga ganoon na gusto nila sa puwet para kung magpeklat, tago,” he said in an interview with ABS-CBN’s Teleradyo, when asked if the public has a choice on which part of the body they want to get the vaccines. (Others have a reason why they want it injected in other parts of the body. For … [Read more...] about People can choose which part of body they want to be vaccinated — FDA
Germany's Constitutional Court ruled Thursday that the country's 2019 climate protection act is in part unconstitutional. "The regulations irreversibly postpone high emission reduction burdens until periods after 2030," the court said. It added that the law does not explain in enough detail how greenhouse gas emissions are to be reduced after 2031. The judges in Karlsruhe gave the legislature until the end of next year to draw up clearer reduction targets for greenhouse gas emissions for the period after 2030. What is the case about? The complaint was filed by a group of nine mostly young people . They are supported by several environmental associations, such as Friends of the Earth Germany (BUND) and Fridays for Future. Watch video 02:31 Share Norfolk's encroaching shore Send Facebook Twitter reddit EMail Facebook Messenger Web Whatsapp Web Telegram linkedin Permalink https://p.dw.com/p/3sR3H The … [Read more...] about German climate law is partly unconstitutional, top court rules