“Plane” in the news
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· Coronavirus latest: at a glance →
The deal would see the German carrier give up eight planes and their associated landing rights.
The New York Times
· In Some Nations, Coronavirus Is Only One of Many Outbreaks →
A study from Emory University found that during flu season, the safest place to sit on a plane is by a window, as people sitting in window seats had less contact with potentially sick people.
· Grimes shares nickname for son with Elon Musk X Æ A-Xii →
He said A-12 referred to Archangel 12, “the precursor to the SR-71, coolest plane ever”.
· West Indies approve 'bio-secure' Test tour of England →
Meanwhile, the CWI said the touring party will use private charter planes while medical screenings and individual COVID-19 testing will take place for all players and staff.
· Cricket post-covid: West Indies cricket board approves 'bio-secure' England tour →
“CWI’s management is now in the process of seeking to put all of the approvals and logistics in place within the Caribbean, including seeking permission from the various National Governments to facilitate the movement of players and support staff, using private charter planes and conducting medical screenings and individual COVID-19 testing for all members of the touring party,” read the statement.
The New York Times
· The Central Park Video and #LivingWhileBlack in New York City →
Dorian Graham, a television producer, remembered calming himself in an argument with a white woman on a plane at one of New York’s airports because inevitably “it will escalate into something it’s not.”
· First flight of returning European employees lands in China →
A Lufthansa plane carrying around 200 mainly German workers landed in China on Saturday, marking the first return of Europeans since the country suspended visas over the coronavirus.
· 'Dominic Raab must resign or be sacked': Harry Dunn's parents on their long fight for justice →
Charlotte says she wants him to step down: “How could Dominic Raab have told parliament that he and the foreign office objected in ‘clear and strong’ terms, when the FCO told the embassy it was fine and dandy to put them on the next plane?