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41. COVID19: Vietnam Airlines to Check Temperature of All Passengers Departing Europe
In attempt to help curb the spread of COVID19, Vietnam Airlines will conduct temperature checks of all passengers departing from Europe prior to embarkation and provide them with face masks to be worn throughout the flights.
42. Don Mueang and Suvarnabhumi Airports Increase COVID19 Surveillance
Airports of Thailand (AOT) has increased the COVID19 surveillance, prevention and control measures at Don Mueang Airport (DMK) in Bangkok, after similar measures were recently implemented at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK).
43. COVID19: Sabre to Cut Costs by US$200 Million
Sabre is taking significant measures to strengthen its financial position. The travel industry continues to be adversely affected by the global health crisis caused by the COVID19 outbreak, as well as by government directives that have been enacted to slow the spread of the virus.
44. Hyatt Hotels in Latin America Offer Free COVID19 Tests to Guests
Hyatts resorts in Latin America are offering complimentary on-property COVID19 testing for guests traveling to the U.S. The rapid antigen or RT-PCR tests, which are available for up to two registered guests per room per stay up to 31 May 2021, can be taken at 19 participating resorts in Mexico, Costa Rica, the Caribbean, and South America. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 27 Jan
45. IATA Forecasts Strong Rebound But Not Full Recovery
According to IATA's forecast, 2030 global passenger numbers are expected to have grown to 5.6 billion. That would still be 7% below the pre-COVID19 forecast and an estimated loss of 2-3 years of growth due to COVID19. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 27 May 2021.
46. COVID19: Two Dassault Falcon Business Jets to Assist Operation Resilience in France
Dassault Aviation has made two Falcon business jets available to the French Ministry of Defence. The aircraft will be used to supply logistics and medical support for civilian COVID19 coronavirus control activities, as part of Operation Resilience.
47. COVID19 Disrupting Mental Health Services in Most Countries
According to the results of a WHO survey, the ongoing global COVID19 pandemic has disrupted or halted critical mental health services in 93% of countries worldwide while the demand for mental health is increasing.
48. COVID19: Cebu Pacific Changes Rebooking Policy
Cebu Pacific has changed its re-booking policy to offer passengers more flexibility as concerns over the COVID19 outbreak continue to grow.

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