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169. Korean Air Providing Protective Gowns and Goggles to Cabin Crew
This week, Korean Air started providing protective gowns and goggles to all cabin crew members. Korean Airs cabin crews on all flights will now wear goggles in addition to masks and gloves, while protective gowns are being provided on medium and long-haul inbound flights as overseas COVID19 cases continue to increase significantly.
170. Crown Group Unveils Plans for Mixed-Use Development in Los Angeles
Crown Group, a leading Australian residential developer, has taken the next steps in its first move into the US market, where it plans to develop a mixed-use high-rise condominium and hotel tower in Los Angeles burgeoning Downtown district.
171. Qantas to Fly 1,315 Stranded Australians Back Home
Qantas is working with the Federal Government of Australia to bring home up to 1,315 Australians currently stranded overseas. The national carrier will operate eight return services: four from New Delhi, three from London and one from Johannesburg. London and New Delhi flights will operate direct to Darwin.
172. SAS Extends Status Level of EuroBonus Members for 12 Months
SAS is offering EuroBonus members a 12-month extension on their current membership level. The benefit will be applied to members that have a qualification period with expiry date 31 March 2020 until 28 February 2021.
173. CWT Awarded Platinum Status by EcoVadis
CWT has been awarded Platinum status by EcoVadis, an independent corporate social responsibility (CSR) rating agency.
174. Vietnam Airlines Repatriates 300 People from Japan
Vietnam Airlines, in coordination with the Vietnamese Steering Committee for COVID19 Prevention and Control and the Vietnam Embassy in Japan, has flown home nearly 300 Vietnamese nationals. The repatriated Vietnamese nationals included the disadvantaged, pregnant women, and some workers and students whose work and study permits expired.
175. 1.2 Billion Fewer International Air Travellers by September 2020
The latest projections from the ICAO suggest that by September 2020 international air passenger totals could drop by as many as 1.2 billion travellers when compared to what would normally be regarded as business-as-usual.
176. Delta Looking to Raise US$3 Billion
Delta Air Lines is looking to raise US$3 billion as it tries to survive the slowdown in air travel caused by the COVID19 pandemic. The airline has unveiled plans to commence a private offering to eligible purchasers of US$1.5 billion in aggregate principal amount of senior secured notes due 2025, subject to market and other conditions.

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