It is believed the measures being rolled out to tackle coronavirus will see airlines such as Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair having no choice but to ground their aircrafts which will cost thousands of jobs. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Virgin Atlantic boss to plead for £7.5bn airline bailout from government
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It's the perfect excuse for holidaymakers who've always wanted to explore Cape Town's best things to see and do, and of course for Love Island fans who've been inspired by the winter version of the show which is filmed there. (In fact, there are plenty of Love Island-style villas throughout the city worth having on your radar). … [Read more...] about Virgin Atlantic launches new flights and holidays to Cape Town for 2020
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IAG said: “Our operating companies will continue to take mitigating actions to better match supply to demand in line with the evolving situation. Cost and revenue initiatives are being implemented across the business.” Walsh said this included restrictions on hiring: “We’re not going to grow as fast as planned.” … [Read more...] about British Airways owner and easyJet warn of coronavirus impact
The news could be disconcerting for fans of the British summer. Because when it comes to global warming, we can forget the jolly predictions of Jeremy Clarkson and his ilk of a Mediterranean climate in which we lounge among the olive groves of Yorkshire sipping a fine Scottish champagne. The truth is likely to be much duller, and much nastier – and we have already had a taste of it. "We will see lots more floods, droughts, such as we've had this year in the UK," says Peter Stott, leader of the climate change monitoring and attribution team at the Met Office. "Climate change is not a nice slow progression where the global climate warms by a few degrees. It means a much greater variability, far more extremes of weather." … [Read more...] about The shape of British summers to come?