“Carrier” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· China home-built aircraft carrier conducting sea trials →
It is the second Chinese aircraft carrier to enter service after the Liaoning, which was originally purchased as a hulk from Ukraine and entirely refurbished.
The New York Times
· Wealthy Fliers Worried About Coronavirus Turn to Private Jet Service →
He is waiting to see what safety protocols will look like for commercial carriers, but he has also asked for quotes to fly on a private plane.
· Coronavirus latest: at a glance →
The deal would see the German carrier give up eight planes and their associated landing rights.
The Wall Street Journal
· 10 Face-Mask Questions Answered—From Serious to Silly →
Often paired with an equally unsettling leather ensemble and hat, its half-foot-long beak was stuffed with aromatic herbs meant to stave off the rancid vapors of putrefying victims, which many mistakenly believed to be the primary carrier of the plague.
The China Post
· Quarantine bottlenecks add to woes of returning Filipinos →
The 28-year-old mother of three worked in Dubai in the oil-rich United Arab Emirates but was sent home when she caught fever and was suspected by her Arab employer of being a coronavirus carrier.
· First post-Covid-19 lockdown flight departs Europe for China →
Like others on board the flight, which was operated by German flag carrier Lufthansa, Poth had returned from China in February before Beijing closed its borders to incoming travellers, stranding the family in Germany.
· THAI flights put on hold until July →
The source said the decision was reached after some new board members met for the first time on Friday to keep the national carrier on track for its debt-rehabilitation plan.
· American Airlines Group Inc. (AAL) CEO Doug Parker Presents at 2020 Bernstein Strategic Decisions Conference (Transcript) →
If you go and look at our network I mean into this, we were the largest U.S. carrier in the domestic business, and we're also large business carrier in the short haul international business.