· EU leaders will intervene in Brexit talks in autumn, says German official →
The two sides are in a stalemate on access for European fishing fleets to European waters and whether in return for a zero-tariff trade deal Britain needs to tie itself to the EU’s developing state aid rules and common environmental, social and labour standards.
· SFL Corporation: Results Surprisingly Strong For This Ship Lessor →
The overwhelming majority of SFL Corporation's current fleet consists of liners, which are mostly container ships, although the company does have two car carriers.
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· U.K. Finds That Green Business Is Good Business →
Within the next decade, technological advances and regulatory shifts encouraged utilities to build a fleet of cleaner, natural gas-fired plants.
· New strategic agreement with India signed to counter China's influence →
Beijing has also deployed a fleet of underwater drones in the Indian Ocean in mid-December 2019, recovering them in February after making more than 3400 observations.
· Amazon Air adds 12 new aircraft to its cargo fleet, expands its ground operations →
Amazon announced today it has added 12 new cargo aircraft to Amazon Air, bringing its total fleet to more than 80 aircraft, in part because of increased demand for shipments during the COVID-19 pandemic.
· Travellers take note: IndiGo introduces charter flights! Check guidelines on how to book and board charter flights; details →
Meanwhile, IndiGo has also announced that it will keep on adding aircraft to its fleet albeit it has not divulged any details on capacity growth as a result of the coronavirus pandemic that has severely impacted demand for air travel in one of the fastest-growing aviation markets in the world.
· Branson pushes for ownership stake in relaunched Virgin Australia →
Mr Branson's Virgin Group owned 10 per cent of Virgin Australia when the coronavirus pandemic grounded its fleet and forced it into voluntary administration in April owing $6.8 billion.
· At least 39 injured in knife attack at China kindergarten →
A convenient, reasonable, and reliable fleet with 24/7 English-speaking service.
· Air Canada Will Survive The Pandemic, But The Recovery Will Take Years →
Since 2009, the major goal of Air Canada’s CEO Calin Rovinescu was to decrease the airline’s debt burden and quickly replace its old fleet.