“Flight” in the news
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· Is Malaysia in desperate need of a Covid-19 bill? — Leonard Yeoh and Nurul Qarirah →
For example, flight operators had to offer refunds for cancellation of flights due to the government’s ban on air travel.
· Glad you’re not here: stag party capitals vow to ‘do tourism differently’ →
Budget flights and low prices have been a mixed blessing for these places, as a trickle of tourists turned to a flood in the decades since the Iron Curtain fell.
The New York Times
· Sprawling Protest Movement Treads Line Between Justice Agenda and Chaos →
What happened in Minneapolis and elsewhere this week reflected the broad and diverse scope of the movement that took flight six years ago, with young but already veteran organizers trying to keep the focus on police accountability and systemic racism through chanting and marching.
· S&P 500 Weekly Update: The 'Bull' Is Alive As Equities Break Out Of The Trading Range →
The renewed flight to safety inverted the 3-month/10-year yield curve once again on February 18th, and that inversion ended on March 3rd.
· Troy Parrott: Tottenham striker has appendix removed and will miss season restart →
Parrott had returned to small group training with his team-mates earlier this week, before the English top flight's provisional restart date of 17 June.
· India should prepare more for Corona spike with migrants and stranded Indians coming back home →
Flight Journey: Similarly, about 33% of flights had resumed from May 25th.
· COVID-19: Air India pilot tests positive for Coronavirus, Vande Bharat Mission flight returns mid-way →
An Air India flight on the way to Moscow returned to India mid-way after a pilot tested positive for the novel Coronavirus.
· Children’s books roundup – the best new picture books and novels →
Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo, Hot Key, £7.99When Camino hears that her father’s flight has gone down en route to the Dominican Republic, neither she nor Yahaira expect to discover that they are sisters.
· Greece to open up in two weeks – but not to UK tourists →
From 15 June, travellers from 29 countries – including Albania, Austria, North Macedonia, Switzerland, Estonia, Croatia and Cyprus – will be able to enter Greece on direct flights to Athens and to the northern city of Thessaloniki.