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American Airlines Restarting Multiple Transatlantic Routes Including Madrid And Barcelona

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In encouraging news for international travel, American Airlines is increasing its Summer schedule by restarting ten routes to the US from airports in the UK and Europe. These include flights from major travel hubs including Barcelona El Prat, Dublin, Frankfurt, London Heathrow, Madrid Barajas, Milan Malpensa, Paris Charles de Gaulle and Rome Fiumicino. As part …

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Ryanair Rolls Out Covid-19 Travel Wallet

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Ryanair has officially launched its Covid-19 Travel Wallet, where customers can upload details of Covid documents such as negative PCR tests, vaccination certificates. The budget carrier, which has already said it would roll out such a system, said the wallet is only available in the Ryanair app. The UK government’s Global Travel Taskforce is discussing whether …

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Travel To Resume Only ‘As Soon As Possible After May 17’

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The government insists it is “leading” the way on the restart of travel in Europe and dismissed a suggestion that its Global Travel Taskforce is “a talking shop”. But aviation minister Robert Courts confirmed travel will only resume “as soon as possible after” May 17. Courts told MPs: “I can’t give you a blow by …

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TUI Boss In ‘No Doubt’ About Merits Of Vaccine Passports

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TUI is ‘preparing intensively’ for holidays to resume, with the European giant in talks with the key destinations of Greece, Spain and Cyprus. Chief Executive Fritz Joussen predicted customers will be able to travel this summer, and declared there was ‘no doubt’ a vaccination passport would ‘restore freedom to travel’. “Travelling in Europe will be …

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Ryanair warns it may axe all UK flights from the end...

Ryanair may cut all flights from the UK and Ireland from the end of January as it blasted governments in both countries for their ‘draconian’ approach to Covid. The drastic warning came as the budget carrier said the new lockdowns will see January traffic fall to under 1.25 million passengers, and plummet further to 500,000 …

EUROPEAN TOUR ANNOUNCES RESUMPTION OF 2020 SEASON

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▪ Six tournament ‘UK Swing’ in July and August relaunches reshaped season ▪ Rescheduled dates also announced for four Rolex Series events ▪ Season underpinned by...

Insurance Green Card will Cease to be Green

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When an insured vehicle travels to certain countries, the owner is responsible for ensuring that a “green card” is issued by the insuring company, however, from next year, that document when issued in Spain will no longer be green. As leading ex-pat insurer Ibex Insurance explained, after many years of working on the proposal initiated …

TUI, Wizz Air, Jet2, BA, easyJet and Ryanair extend cancellations/re-schedule flights...

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By Andrew Atkinson Leading commercial airlines TUI, Wizz Air, Jet2, BA, easyJet and Ryanair have either extended cancellations or re-scheduled flights amidst the coronavirus COVID-19...

Macron says that European Borders likely to remain closed until September?

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The Schengen borderless travel area consists of 22 European member states (five don’t participate) plus Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, and Liechtenstein a major chunk of...

iGaming industry continues to create jobs within mainland Spain and Ibiza

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The worldwide iGaming industry continues to create jobs on the Spanish mainland and in Ibiza. Unprecedented revenue growths announced by companies within the iGaming...

5 Reasons Why Mobile Casinos are Growing in Popularity

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The online casino market is thriving. Numbers are up year on year and it’s only expected to continue as everyone switches to a mobile-first...

UEFA wants Domestic Leagues finished in June

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UEFA held a video conference meeting with its 55 member associations today in which they discussed the future of this season’s competitions. In agreeing...

Reflecting on England’s Nations League draw

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Great expectations on The National League England will take part in the second UEFA Nations League tournament, having just fallen short in the semi-finals of...

Coronavirus – UEFA to postpone the European Championship until 2021

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Although not yet formally announced, at it’s meeting in Nyon, Switzerland, on Tuesday, UEFA is understood to have said that it would postpone the...

Trump suspends all travel from Europe to the US for 30...

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The measure announced by the US President, which exempts the United Kingdom and which the President says will not affect trade, will take...

De Roey Flies into the Lead with Two Eagles

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Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia – Friday February 28, 2020: Manon De Roey soared into the halfway lead with an eight-under 64 in the...

With More English Players Moving To Europe, Why Aren’t They Going...

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There were a lot of raised eyebrows when Kieran Trippier completed his move from Tottenham Hotspur to Atletico Madrid last summer. The right-back became...

Brexit Law Approved in Commons

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The House of Commons approved the Brexit law on Thursday, the act that will implement the Withdrawal Agreement agreed by the UK Government and...

The R&A and European Tour To Help Drive New LPGA-LET Joint...

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Two of golf’s leading organisations have committed to support the growth of women’s professional golf through the newly formed LPGA-LET partnership The R&A and the...

Fuel prices start the year on a high due to Middle...

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The price of a litre of fuel in Spain has increased in price by at least 2% so far this year due to the...

Industrial orders in Germany suffer a relapse that cools recovery hopes

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New orders from German factories registered a fall last November of 1.3%, compared to the previous month, when they had increased 0.2%, according to...

The European Parliament will vote on Brexit on 29 January

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On 20 December, the United Kingdom Parliament approved the bill of the European Union withdrawal agreement when the members of the House of Commons...

Prepare for Winter Driving

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With many people about to set off on a road trip taking them back to their homeland for the festive season, it is important to remember that during a long journey the weather conditions can change dramatically, and although it may be sunny and pleasant when you set off, all too quickly the scene can …

Dolphins threat of survival in Med

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By Andrew Atkinson Dolphins face one of their biggest threats of survival in the Mediterranean - following a deadly virus returning. Morbillivirus - a pathogen -...

What the DGT Says about Brexit

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We saw last week what the UK licence issuing authority, the DVLA, has to say about BREXIT changes, this week it is the turn of the DGT, Spain´s traffic authority, to tell us their side of the story. In the latest information published by the DGT, they are clear that if BREXIT takes place, your …

What the DGT Says about Brexit

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We saw last week what the UK licence issuing authority, the DVLA, has to say about BREXIT changes, this week it is the turn of the DGT, Spain´s traffic authority, to tell us their side of the story. In the latest information published by the DGT, they are clear that if BREXIT takes place, your …

What the DGT Says about Brexit

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We saw last week what the UK licence issuing authority, the DVLA, has to say about BREXIT changes, this week it is the turn of the DGT, Spain´s traffic authority, to tell us their side of the story. In the latest information published by the DGT, they are clear that if BREXIT takes place, your …

What the DGT Says about Brexit

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We saw last week what the UK licence issuing authority, the DVLA, has to say about BREXIT changes, this week it is the turn of the DGT, Spain´s traffic authority, to tell us their side of the story. In the latest information published by the DGT, they are clear that if BREXIT takes place, your …

What the DGT Says about Brexit

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We saw last week what the UK licence issuing authority, the DVLA, has to say about BREXIT changes, this week it is the turn of the DGT, Spain´s traffic authority, to tell us their side of the story. In the latest information published by the DGT, they are clear that if BREXIT takes place, your …

The Sound of Silence

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From 1 July, all electric vehicles sold in the European Union must emit a noise when travelling at 20 kilometres per hour or less. The legislation aims at making it easier for other road users, such as pedestrians, to be aware of the presence of the vehicles which may otherwise approach in silence. Generally, the …