EXCLUSIVE Air France-KLM considers cap hike delay as Omicron disrupts travel – sources

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The logo of the Air France group KLM is depicted on the first Air France Airbus A350 aircraft during a ceremony at Airbus’ headquarters in Colomiere near Toulouse, France, September 27, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau Register now to get free unlimited access to reuters.com Register The CEO said in September that the cap increase would happen “as soon as possible.” Omicron’s travel restrictions may delay plan sourcing LONDON (Reuters) – Air France-KLM (AIRF.PA) is considering delaying a planned capital increase due

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New Covid-19 variant Omicron cases, travel updates from around the world

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A man wearing a face mask to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus walks out of a shopping mall in Beijing, Monday, November 29, 2021 (Andy Wong/AP) As countries around the world scramble to impose travel bans to stem the spread of the Omicron coronavirus, China remains ostensibly quiet — at least for the time being. Although there have been two confirmed cases of the highly mutated type in Hong Kong, Chinese public health experts have expressed confidence in

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Motorists urged to postpone West Coast travel due to flooding and heavy rain

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123rf Police said that motorists on the West Coast should delay travel if possible. Police are advising motorists to postpone any travel on the West Coast due to heavy rains in the area, which is particularly affecting South Westland. All roads in the area remain open, despite extensive surface flooding around State Highway 6, particularly in Westland, said Waka Kutahi trip manager Tresca Forster. Forrester said a decision is due soon on whether the highway will be closed overnight. The

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S’pore to extend VTL to 6 more countries, including Thailand and Cambodia, Singapore News & Top Stories

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SINGAPORE – Travelers from Thailand, Cambodia, Fiji, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Turkey will be able to enter quarantine-free Singapore from the middle of next month with the launch of six new Vaccinated Travel Corridors (VTLs), and the Singapore Civil Aviation Authority. (CAAS) said Friday (November 26). This will bring the total number of VTL aircraft announced so far to 27. Before the pandemic, these 27 countries contributed about 60 percent of the total daily arrivals at Changi Airport, CAAS said.

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SGX, Changi Airports International launch index for global travel, aviation stocks, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories

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Singapore (Opening Hours) – The Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) and Changi International Airports (CAI) have launched the iEdge-GateEq Aviation & Travel Index, a market capitalization-weighted index covering the 50 largest listed companies in the global travel and aviation industry. These are the revenue generating companies from six sectors, namely airport infrastructure and services; Airlines; Original Equipment Manufacturer and System Providers; Air freight and logistics; Travel and reservation services. And hospitality. The top 10 components in the index are UPS, Booking

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ICC confident all teams will travel to Pakistan for 2025 Champions Trophy

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British Cricket Championship – Pakistan vs India – 2017 Cricket Champions Cup Final – Oval – 18 June 2017, Pakistan celebrates winning the ICC Champions Cup. Working images via Reuters/Paul Childs Register now to get free unlimited access to reuters.com Register (Reuters) – India’s participation in the 2025 Champions Cup in Pakistan is a “difficult” issue for the International Cricket Council, but the International Cricket Federation said it was confident all teams would travel to the country for the tournament.

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Travel bans lifted, offering ‘relief’ for international students – The GW Hatchet

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International students can now return home and invite family members to Washington, D.C. for visits after the United States lifted travel restrictions on more than 30 countries earlier this month. Federal officials lifted travel bans on countries such as Brazil, China, South Africa, India and most of Europe earlier this month, withdrawing restrictions imposed when the country shut down travel at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March. 2020. International students said that the lifting of the travel ban

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