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Challenges and Chances Ahead for Greece’s Coastal Shipping

Greece’s coastal shipping sector suffered a blow in the last year due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic with the renewal of its fleet being an urgent priority.

EasyJet Says ‘Yes’ to Five-year Loan Facility

UK low-cost carrier easyJet agreed to a new $1.87 billion 5-year term loan with a syndicate of banks which will boost liquidity in the aftermath of Covid-19.

Billionaire Shareholder Saves the Day for Ailing Lufthansa

Ailing carrier Lufthansa was saved after its top shareholder stepped in backing a 9-billion-euro rescue package put up by Germany’s Economic Stabilisation Fund.

PwC: Economic Impact of Covid-19 Key Concern for Top Execs

Top executives worldwide are concerned about the impact of Covid-19 on the economy and fear a second wave of the virus, according to a PwC survey.

Airlines, Travel Agents Say EU Covid-19 Guidelines for Vouchers are ‘Confusing’

Europe’s airlines and travel agents said that the Commission's recommendations for travel in Covid-19 times are confusing, unclear and non-binding.

Germany Gradually Eases Covid-19 Border Controls

In an attempt to facilitate travel and restart tourism, Germany said it would be easing Covid-19 border restrictions in the coming period reopening first for Luxembourg on May 15.

TUI Ready for Travel but Needs to Cut Costs

TUI is ready to resume travel activities and due to the Covid-19 crisis has decided to move ahead with a global realignment of its plan and to cut costs.