Hotelbeds launches the ‘Holidays for Heroes’ campaign

The company will donate five euros to the International Red Cross for each reservation The Hotelbeds bed bank announced on Monday the launch of the ‘Holidays for Heroes’ campaign which aims to offer exclusive discounts of up to 25% to the ‘heroes’ who work on the front line. The offer will apply to all bookings […]

Emirates increases its ability to process refunds

Emirates has increased its ability to process refunds, reaffirming its commitment to customers and business partners for trips affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. With nearly half a million rebate requests pending, the airline has taken proactive steps to restructure its administrative procedures and increase resources to expedite reimbursement processing. Before the pandemic, Emirates processed an […]

Norwegian Launches Proposal to Capitalize 1.1 Billion Debt

The company thus hopes to meet the requirements to access state aid Norwegian will present a proposal for the conversion of debt into equity of up to $ 1.2 billion (€ 1.1 billion), under the agreement based on negotiations with lessors and bondholders. The plan proposes the conversion of 60% of the debt into equity […]

The Court of Justice of the European Union rules against Ryanair for hiding part of the «inevitable» cost of the ticket at the beginning of the online sale

The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled this Thursday against the low-cost airline Ryanair in a case that confronts it with the Italian authorities for hiding in the starting price offered in online sales part of the cost considered «inevitable» or «foreseeable» of a ticket, such as VAT on domestic flights or […]

Nigeria bans interstate travel for two weeks because of coronavirus

The governors of Nigeria’s 36 states announced Thursday an agreement to ban interstate travel for two weeks, in a new move to try to stem the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in the African country. The chairman of the Nigerian Governors Forum, Kayode Fayemi, has pointed out that the decision is necessary due to the […]

Ryanair warns it won’t fly with empty center seats

O’Leary expects 80% of flights to resume in September if activity begins to pick up in July Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary has warned that the Irish low-cost airline is unwilling to fly if governments impose that planes leave their center seats empty due to the coronavirus pandemic. In an interview with the Financial Times, O’Leary […]