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129. WTTC Says UK Hotel Quarantines Would Cause Irreparable Damage to Industry
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has said that introducing hotel quarantines in the UK would cause irreparable damage to an industry which contributes nearly 200 billion to the UK economy. The UK has been one of the world's worst affected countries by the ongoing global COVID19 pandemic Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 26 January 2021.
130. Airbus Flies Over 4 Million More Face Masks to Europe
Airbus has deployed a new air-bridge flight between Europe and China to deliver additional face mask supplies to the health systems in France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom in support of their ongoing fight against the COVID19 pandemic.
131. WHO Launches COVID19 WhatsApp Service in Arabic, French and Spanish
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has expanded its WhatsApp service to those who speak Arabic, French and Spanish. The easy-to-use messaging service, which was already available in English, has the potential to reach 2 billion people and enables WHO to get information directly into the hands of the people that want it.
132. Qatar's Hamad International Airport Testing More Contactless Solutions
Hamad International Airport (HIA) in Qatar is currently testing happyhover and SITA Mobile Solution technology for contactless self-check-in and baggage drop. The introduction of these advanced smart solutions is part of HIAs ongoing efforts to safeguard its staff and passengers from COVID19.
133. 15,000 Athletes Expected at Supersports Laguna Phuket Marathon 2020
Despite an increasing number of travel complications and many major international events around the region being cancelled because of the COVID19 outbreak, the organiser of the 15th Supersports Laguna Phuket Marathon say they are still receiving registrations and expect 15,000 runners from more than 70 countries to take part.
134. Etihad Encourages FFP Members to Donate Miles
Etihad Airways is encouraging members of its frequent flyer programme, Etihad Guest, to donate their miles to support COVID19 prevention and response efforts in refugee settings.
135. Airbus to Cut Aircraft Production by a Third
Airbus has revised its production rates downwards as it tries to adapt to the current market environment. In Q1 2020, Airbus booked 290 net commercial aircraft orders and delivered 122 aircraft. A further 60 aircraft were produced during the quarter, however they remain undelivered due to the evolving COVID19 pandemic.
136. Airports, Air Travel and COVID19 - Exclusive Interview with SITA's President of Asia Pacific, Su
With air travel going through its worst crisis in history, how has SITA been affected and what are airports doing to make the new air travel experience better for everyone? Those are just two of the questions that Steven Howard of TravelNewsAsia.com put to Sumesh Patel, SITA's President for Asia Pacific. In this interview, conducted over Skype on 16 July, Sumesh tells us how airpor

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