Best shots from the 2019 Turkish Airlines Open | Best of Rolex Series

Watch the best shots of the 2019 Turkish Airlines Open on the European Tour’s Rolex Series. ► SUBSCRIBE: http://et.golf/Subscribe Welcome to the Official YouTube channel of the European Tour. Every week you can find extended tournament highlights and individual player highlights from the likes of Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Tommy Fleetwood in events on … Read more Best shots from the 2019 Turkish Airlines Open | Best of Rolex Series

First plane to land in Wuhan after lockdown gets ‘water salute’

April 8 marked the end of a 76-day lockdown in Wuhan due to the coronavirus outbreak. At 7:45 a.m. BJT, Flight MF8095 operated by Xiamen Airlines landed at Wuhan Tianhe International Airport. The first plane to land in Wuhan after a months-long lockdown was given a “water salute,” a tradition used for ceremonial purposes. #coronavirus … Read more First plane to land in Wuhan after lockdown gets ‘water salute’

Coronavirus has nearly emptied out planes. This is why the airlines keep flying

Airlines are slashing flights and parking planes to cope with coronavirus and a drop in air travel. For pilots and flight attendants, the near-halt of the industry is a shock, after years of record profits and full planes. Yet some are wondering why flights continue taking off nearly empty. Read more: https://wapo.st/2V61OtN. Subscribe to The … Read more Coronavirus has nearly emptied out planes. This is why the airlines keep flying

Is the oil price war between Saudi Arabia & Russia ending? I Inside Story

Over the past month, two of the world’s biggest oil producers have been in dispute about how to respond to the coronavirus pandemic. Demand collapsed after airlines grounded their planes, factories shut their doors, and countries imposed travel bans. Crude prices fell further when Saudi Arabia and Russia couldn’t agree on cutting supplies to try … Read more Is the oil price war between Saudi Arabia & Russia ending? I Inside Story

Airline Industry Warns of Crisis Bigger Than 9/11 Aftermath

Global air traffic demand fell 14% in February, the most since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, as airlines were “hit by a sledgehammer called COVID-19,” the International Air Transport Association said. #Coronavirus #Covid19 #CoronavirusUS The decline reflects a record collapse in travel in China that month and a 41% tumble in demand in the Asia-Pacific region, … Read more Airline Industry Warns of Crisis Bigger Than 9/11 Aftermath

Empty skies: How coronavirus has crippled air travel

Subscribe to France 24 now: https://f24.my/YouTubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 https://f24.my/YTliveEN … From Europe, to Asia and North America, the skies have been unusually empty of commercial aircraft in recent weeks as countries close borders and enforce travel restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, forcing airlines worldwide to ground most … Read more Empty skies: How coronavirus has crippled air travel

US jobless figures set to rise as Spanish unemployment soars

The number of people out of work in the United States is expected to soar when new figures are published later this Thursday. The previous data had seen a record jump of 3.3 million people claiming unemployment benefits, as businesses lay off staff due to the coronavirus crisis. Spain has also seen unemployment claims jump … Read more US jobless figures set to rise as Spanish unemployment soars

Virgin seeks AUD $1.4 billion bailout, Qantas says if that happens, it wants AUD $4.2 billion | The Business

If Virgin Gets AUD $1.4B Bailout, Qantas Wants AUD $4.2B! ABC News Australia reports that Virgin is seeking AUD $1.4billion from the Australian Government… and Qantas says if that happens, it wants AUD $4.2 billion, as airlines feel the pinch of the Covid-19 pandemic. Virgin Australia confirms it wants $1.4 billion from the Federal Government … Read more Virgin seeks AUD $1.4 billion bailout, Qantas says if that happens, it wants AUD $4.2 billion | The Business