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  1. FILE PHOTO: Football Soccer - 2017 Copa Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana draw

    Quarantine waived for traveling South American soccer teams

    The South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) agreed with national governments on Thursday that teams traveling around the continent to ...
  2. Amsterdam begins an "experiment" with mandatory face masks in the busiest streets of the

    Dutch PM urges tourists to avoid busy parts of Amsterdam

    The Netherlands' Prime Minister on Thursday called on tourists to avoid busy parts of Amsterdam, following a sharp acceleration in the number of ...
  3. The Bon-Rivage hotel is pictured in La Tour-de-Peilz

    Head for the hills: Virus clampdowns crush Swiss city hotels

    For Frenchwoman Annick Weber, the Swiss shores of Lake Geneva were just the place for a getaway during the coronavirus pandemic.
  4. Some 45 percent of airlines reported having already reduced their staff numbers in the second

    Most airlines expect job cuts over next 12 months: IATA survey

    Most airlines are considering downsizing their staff over the next 12 months due to the coronavirus crisis, the International Air Transport ...
  5. A Wizz Air Airbus A320-232 aircraft on its descent to Cyprus' Larnaca International Airport on

    COVID-19: Trickle of British tourists dashes Cyprus tourism hopes

    The holiday island of Cyprus had hoped British tourists would give a badly-needed boost to its pandemic-hit tourism sector, but only a trickle of ...
  6. Singapore-Malaysia travel: Companies seeking private transport, but drivers hard to find | Video
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    Singapore-Malaysia travel: Companies seeking private transport, but drivers hard to find | Video

    Companies that hire Malaysian workers have been reaching out to private bus operators that can ferry their workers from the checkpoints to their ...
  7. A Boeing 737 MAX airplane lands after a test flight at Boeing Field in Seattle

    Europe air safety regulator gives no firm date for 737 MAX to fly again

    Europe's air safety watchdog has no firm date for Boeing's grounded 737 MAX to resume flights, it said on Tuesday, adding that the U.S.
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    Grounded

    Airlines are facing an unparalleled challenge in aviation history - keeping their planes grounded, which is almost as complicated as keeping them ...