Passenger в новостях
|passenger service||Обслуживание пассажиров|
|passenger services||Пассажирские перевозки|
|passenger traffic||Пассажирские перевозки|
|passenger train||Пассажирский поезд|
|passenger trains||Пассажирские поезда|
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The China Post
· American Airlines warns 25,000 workers they could lose jobs →
American’s pilots want the government to buy billions of dollars worth of seats per month — creating more space between passengers — until the pandemic ends.
· Nations slow reopening as resurgent coronavirus stalks globe →
Most of the city's residents voluntarily adopted facemasks as a barrier against the virus when it was first detected in mainland China, but the Hong Kong government now requires passengers on public transport to wear them or risk a US$650 (RM) fine.
· 'Floodgates have opened': Perth's most elite estates get snapped up in weeks →
While Australian citizens, including dual citizens, are not prevented from returning home, a cap of 525 overseas passengers allowed in each week has slowed the opportunities for those wishing to relocate.
· Perth gets AFL thumbs-up as true colours return to Optus Stadium →
Transperth passenger guidelines for Optus Stadium
· Airlines causing ‘financial and emotional distress’ over refund delays →
Under European air passengers’ rights rules, carriers that cancel flights are required to return the fare within a week of the cancellation.
· American Airlines warns 25,000 employees about potential job cuts as coronavirus continues to sap demand →
United last week told close to 36,000 employees — nearly 40 percent of its workforce — that they could be furloughed and Southwest Airlines on Monday told staff that the carrier needs passenger numbers to triple by the end of the year to avoid layoffs or furloughs.
· 'Ink Master' contestant pleads no contest in killing of YouTuber Corey La Barrie →
Authorities have said that Silva was speeding in his 2020 McLaren 600LT sports car before it crashed into a stop sign and a tree in North Hollywood on May 10, killing La Barrie, who was his passenger.
· American Airlines looking at about 25K job cuts →
Southwest Airlines this week said it needed passenger numbers to triple by year-end to avoid layoffs.
· Virgin Galactic ropes in Disney veteran as CEO →
The space tourism company, which competes with billionaire-backed ventures such as Amazon.com Inc's Blue Origin, offers zero-gravity experiences to customers and has long-term point-to-point travel plans to quickly transport passengers from city to city at near-space altitudes.
· Factory output rises as automakers resume operations →
Judge Gary Klausner in Los Angeles said in Tuesday's ruling that allowing passengers to collect damages based on potential virus exposure without suffering symptoms raised concerns of unlimited liability for restaurants, bars and other places people gather.