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(Bloomberg) - After 15 hard months, European airlines prepare for something like a normal summer. Only Great Britain is denied his citizens a little longer to spread their towels on the beach.
aircraft fleets are gradually eradicated to operate the rising posting numbers. Deutsche Lufthansa AG flies withto the beaches of the Mediterranean. But the bookings have hit page: EasyJet PLC, for example, makes 85% of the business currently in Europe and only 15% in the United Kingdom - in front of the pandemic it was half-half.
Airlines try to raise herself again after the pandemic had practically forced them since the beginning of 2020 to leave their machines on the ground. After a bumpy start, the vaccination campaigns have meanwhile recorded. This means that European traffic will take place again: From 1 July, owners of digital detections for vaccination, recovery or test can easily fly cross and across the EU EU Member States. The EU also wants to let out tourists from the US and a handful of other countries, this week was called.
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© Sean Gallup, EPA / Maxppp The Auréole of Annalena Baerbock A Pali; The head of the Green List in the September legislative elections has just plugged into the polls. In Germany, the small lies of the Annalena Baerbock candidate entail the fall of ecologists in polls, so far very favorable for the legislative elections of September. Atmosphere tense at the Congress this weekend. The wind quickly turned for the German ecologist party.
"We have extended routes to Great Britain on other European countries, because we have the demand there," said Johan Lundgren, CEO of Easyjet. "There is an exceptionally high catching demand for traveling."
The airlines hope for rapid cash flow through a speedy return of the travelers. You need that too to repair your balance sheets and sore fresh capital. Demand is here: Lufthansa announced Lufthansa, Boeing 747-8 long-distance machines with 364 seats for the only two-hour trip from Frankfurt to Mallorca, after the bookings on the Balearic Island had finished the bookings on the Balearic Island after a relaxation of the travel regulations. The jet will serve the route from the 17th of July at four consecutive Saturdays. From Munich, an Airbus SE A350 large-capacity aircraft is also used.
In Corsica, hydrocarbon pollution moves away from the
© Florian Roussard ships of the Navy vessels perform recovery operations to attempt to contain the hydrocarbon tablecloths off Corsica on Saturday 12 June. Corsican beaches spared? Hydrocarbon pollution, likely due to illegal degassing of a ship, that threatened Saturday the eastern coast of Corsica , went away. "We are more reassured at this point because drift is moving pollution from the coast.
"When the boundaries and tourist attractions are reopened, people will hardly be able to expect it and the recovery of air traffic will run similar to the US," said Helane Becker, Analyst in Cowen Inc. New York. "Everyone wants his share of the dollars of the tourists who gave it out there, and the bookings jump up as soon as the restrictions fall."
In the United Kingdom, it looks different: There, after return from many regions, there is a duty to quarantine. Portugal was deleted from the list of less questionable destinations at the beginning of the month. British Airways therefore sends staff back in short. The Irish low-cost aircraft Ryanair Holdings PLC wants to draw against the rules in court. "The travel rules of the United Kingdom are a shear pile," Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary scolds.
until this changes again, the local airlines should simply serve more routes on European mainland, says John Grant, Analyst at OAG, too, because there would be more clarity there. "Germany is open, so airlines can plan better," says Grant. "Summer is very strong anyway and there are a few years of catching up."
The international cruises again allowed to stop in Spain
© Ander Gillenea / AFP a cruise ship in Spain in 2015. Stock Photo Illustration. A cruise ship carrying more than 1,200 German tourists could go to Malaga (Spain), this Tuesday, June 15th. A first since the beginning of the pandemic. An Boat of International Cruise carrying German tourists arrived in Malaga in the southern Spain This Tuesday, June 15th, the first of the genre since the lifting of the prohibition decreed during the pandemic, announced authorities.
Worldwide, the offer in air traffic increased this week by almost 2 percentage points to 61% of the level of 2019, as weekly data, the Bloomberg from OAG receives and prepared.
Last weekend, the number of daily US airfarers was again for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic with more than 2 million and reached nearly three quarters of the level from 2019. The offer in the US is now at 80 % of the level of 2019.
However, there is much more domestic traffic and international links behind. Main destinations of Americans abroad are currently Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Colombia and Costa Rica, such a presentation of Airlines for America.
Where there is hardly anything about the North Atlantic, which connects the US with Europe. This is the most profitable routes in global aviation with many first and business class sites. This should now be better if the EU picks up the entry restrictions for US citizens.
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