Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Austrian ski regions end season early All ski areas in the Austrian provinces of Salzburg and Tyrol are ending the winter season early. Cable car operation will be discontinued as of Sunday (March 15, 2020). Hotels and accommodations will be closed from Monday. The provincial governments said that this should slow down the spread of the virus in the Alpine country. The two provinces account for most leading Austrian ski areas. … [Read more...] about Germany calls for opening of internal EU borders by June
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Search aboard cargo ship ends with no Pakistani stowaways found - so what were those 'knocking' sounds?Multi-agency search of cargo ship's containers turn up nothingVille D'Aquarius arrived yesterday in Newark as crewmembers reported hearing knocking from what may have been peopleCoast Guard spokeswoman says officials knocked on container in routine check and 'heard a knocking back'Ship came into Newark after stops in India, Pakistan and EgyptSecurity concerns raised after suspect arrested last year, who claimed he stowed away on a ship that arrived in same port By Daily Mail Reporter … [Read more...] about Search aboard cargo ship ends with no Pakistani stowaways found – so what were those ‘knocking’ sounds?
Asking if calling off their engagement was a difficult decision, she replied: 'No. It was the best decision I've ever made in my life. I just don't think [he] was the right person and I feel like I'm an incredible woman and I deserve someone so amazing. It just didn't feel right. … [Read more...] about Paris Hilton snuggles up to boyfriend Carter Reum before they share a kiss on romantic bike cruise in Malibu
A runner passes over hoses after a fire broke out before dawn at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco. A warehouse was destroyed. Fire officials said no injuries have been reported Saturday morning and firefighters are making multiple searches … [Read more...] about Huge inferno engulfs a warehouse on San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf sending a thick plume of smoke over the waterfront and threatening to spread to a historic World War II-era ship
Ryanair: More than 90 per cent of the Irish-based airline's planes are now grounded, with the rest of the aircraft providing repatriation and rescue flights. Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary said his airline would be forced to shed 3,000 jobs while seeking pay reductions of up to 20 per cent by those who remain. But Ryanair has since said it plans to operate 1,000 flights a day this summer - restoring 40 per cent of its flights from July 1, despite indefinite travel restrictions. … [Read more...] about British Airways ‘will lay-off thousands of cabin crew then re-hire them on HALF PAY’ in huge restructure amid Covid crisis, letters to staff reveal