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The long read: Coronavirus has hit few sectors harder than air travel, wiping out tens of thousands of jobs and uncountable billions in revenue. While most fleets were grounded, the industry was forced to reimagine its future

The long read: Coronavirus has hit few sectors harder than air travel, wiping out tens of thousands of jobs and uncountable billions in revenue. While most fleets were grounded, the industry was forced to reimagine its future

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 29-09-2020

Boom time for shared bike services, car sales in China amid Covid-19 pandemic

The pandemic has changed how people travel in Asia's cities, with commuters shunning public transport for fear of infection.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 07-09-2020

Airport bosses warn Boris Johnson of 'irreparable' damage without tests on arrival

In a letter to the Prime Minister, the leaders warned they won't see a return to pre-Covid-19 levels of travel for four years

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 07-09-2020

Second lockdown could destroy Spain's devastated economy

Spain's tourism-reliant economy has taken a beating from ongoing global travel quarantines, but coronavirus cases are continuing to surge

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 27-08-2020

France placed on UK travel quarantine list as coronavirus cases rise again

Up to 400,000 Britons currently on holiday in France now face a last-minute dash to return home

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 14-08-2020

French quarantine weighed up by ministers after infection rate overtakes Portugal

Move comes as Government takes three new countries off 'green' travel list

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 07-08-2020

Passenger numbers fell by more than 98% in second quarter as Covid-19 hit travel

Passenger numbers fell by more than 98% in second quarter as Covid-19 hit travel

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 31-07-2020

Monday morning news briefing: Cash for trainees

Coronavirus latest: Only a third of 'travel corridor' countries have no quarantine & was lockdown really worth it?

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 06-07-2020

Government urged to rethink air bridges as EU scheme to open borders risks undermining plan

The EU has opened up its borders to 15 countries whose tourists could be free to travel to the UK and sidestep the 14-day quarantine

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 01-07-2020

Malaysia holding talks with Singapore to allow Malaysian workers to travel again from Johor

KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysia's Senior Minister Ismail Sabri Yaacob said on Monday (June 8) that Malaysians working in Singapore can start travelling and resume work there once both governments have reached a resolution on the matter.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 09-06-2020

Priti Patel: 'We owe it to the victims of Covid-19 to impose quarantine'

Writing for the Telegraph, the Home Secretary insists travel restrictions are vital to prevent a second wave of coronavirus

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 03-06-2020

The collapse in their share prices reflects pandemic’s effect on the travel industry

The collapse in their share prices reflects pandemic's effect on the travel industry

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 03-06-2020

While the pandemic has dealt travel a severe blow, some hope it can be an opportunity to introduce slower, fairer, more sustainable holidays

While the pandemic has dealt travel a severe blow, some hope it can be an opportunity to introduce slower, fairer, more sustainable holidays

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 28-05-2020

For Economy, Worst of Coronavirus Shutdowns May Be Over

Recovering air travel, hotel bookings and mortgage applications are among the early signs the U.S. economy is slowly creeping back to life.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 26-05-2020

U.S. Restricts Travel From Brazil as Virus Deaths Near 100,000

The U.S. imposed new travel restrictions on Brazil as Covid-19 cases there have risen sharply, while the coronavirus-related death toll at home was approaching 100,000 over the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 25-05-2020

Trust in airlines and holiday firms plummets, says Which?

Denial and delay of coronavirus refunds hammers sector's reputation, with just 20% of consumers now trusting the travel industry

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 20-05-2020

'Air bridge' plan to avoid 14-day quarantine and save holidays abroad 

Quarantine-free travel will depend on virus status of nations including France and Spain

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 19-05-2020

The New Airline Travel: Fewer Flights, More Layovers, Rules for Bathrooms

As lockdowns loosen, airlines are plotting a path out of hibernation, reformulating routes and services, and adding a boatload of new safety protocols. Their goal is to convince passengers to willingly cram themselves inside an enclosed space the midst of a pandemic.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 19-05-2020

Tui axes 8,000 jobs as tourism faces 'greatest ever crisis'

The FTSE 100 travel company is seeking to reduce overall costs by 30pc and offer more local holidays

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 13-05-2020

Airbnb’s Coronavirus Crisis: Burning Cash, Angry Hosts and an Uncertain Future

With travel nearly at a standstill, the home-sharing giant is facing increasing losses and doubts about its planned public listing.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 09-04-2020

Coronavirus map: how Covid-19 is spreading across the world

Confirmed cases of Covid-19 have spanned the globe, and now exceed 425,000. Travel bans and closed borders have been put in place in an attempt to curtail the spread

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 25-03-2020

Cathay Pacific scraps 96% of flights as coronavirus stops travel

HONG KONG (BLOOMBERG) - Cathay Pacific Airways will slash passenger capacity by 96 per cent in April and May as the coronavirus shuts down travel across the world.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 20-03-2020

Coronavirus Sends Travel Business and Millions It Employs Into All-Out Crisis

The pandemic is devastating global travel, causing business to evaporate and forcing companies to slash payroll in what's shaping up to be the biggest test the modern travel industry has ever faced.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 18-03-2020

Stocks plunge in Asia with pandemic declared, Trump travel ban; STI down 3.5%

TOKYO (REUTERS) - Global shares were set for a rocky ride on Thursday (March 12) as investors tally the economic damage of coronavirus, a day after the US Dow Jones industrials entered bear market territory and world health officials declared the coronavirus a pandemic.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 12-03-2020

Trump's EU travel suspension explained: who is affected and will it help?

The US president's order, which takes effect Friday, halts most travel from Europe in an effort to contain coronavirus

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 12-03-2020

Trump suspends all travel from Europe to the United States to fight coronavirus

The travel restrictions will start on Friday and last for 30 days. However, they do not apply to the UK.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 12-03-2020

U.S. to Ban Travel From Europe for 30 Days Due to Coronavirus

President Trump announced a 30-day ban on some travel from Europe into the U.S. and said he would act to offer financial assistance to those affected by the coronavirus pandemic rapidly spreading across the country and around the world.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 12-03-2020

Donald Trump suspends Europe travel to US for 30 days over coronavirus but UK exempt

All travel from Europe to America will be suspended for 30 days but the United Kingdom will be exempt, Donald Trump has announced in a major step to limit the spread of the new coronavirus.

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 12-03-2020

Italy goes into nationwide lockdown as coronavirus numbers spiral

Italy's 60 million people will be able to travel only for work, medical reasons or emergencies until April 3.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 10-03-2020

Coronavirus travel advice: our consumer champion explains your rights

As coronavirus continues to spread around the world, it is a worrying and confusing time for holidaymakers.

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 09-03-2020

Travel insurance guide: When to buy it, and what kind.

You can plan a trip diligently, but there's no guarantee that it will stay on track. That's where travel insurance comes in.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Washington Post Fecha: 06-03-2020

First person in U.S. tests positive for coronavirus with no known link to foreign travel.

Experts say that's an indication the virus may be spreading domestically. The individual is a resident of Solano County, in Northern California, said the state's Department of Public Health.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Washington Post Fecha: 27-02-2020

FTSE loses another £35bn as coronavirus rattles global markets

Travel companies hit hard as mounting fears over spread of disease lead to global sell-off

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 26-02-2020