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Spain opens its borders earlier

Spain will open its borders not on July 1, but on June 21, 2020. This does not apply to Portugal. Spain will not cross the borders with all EU countries on July 1, but on June 21, 2020

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Greece carries out corona tests upon entry

Greece divides travelers into two groups and carries out random corona tests. Whoever has been selected must be in quarantine. The result should be available after 24 hours at the latest. From June 15, 2020, Greece will ease the entry requirements considerably.

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Smartwings disappointed by government

In full-page advertisements, Smartwings questions why the government does not provide loan guarantees. According to current information, the Czech aviation group Smartwings and its subsidiary CSA will not receive any state aid. Now the company is going on the offensive

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Vienna: "Small but important step"

More and more airlines are resuming their flights from Vienna-Schwechat. Numerous shops and lounges will open again on Monday. At Vienna Airport, life is slowly but surely returning as more and more airlines are taking theirs

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AUA boss Hoensbroech: "We owe customers money"

In the eyes of the General Director of Austrian Airlines, an industry collective agreement is not a universal solution. The competition would then fly in the employees from abroad. Austrian Airlines boss Alexis von Hoensbroech is of the opinion that this was led by him

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Lufthansa: Free middle seats against payment

The crane group wants to open up new business areas with free middle seats for an extra charge and chargeable corona tests before departure. Due to the Corona crisis, Lufthansa will offer free middle seats on long-haul flights for an extra charge. However, this should have its price.

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Easyjet boss criticizes state aid

Air France-KLM, Alitalia, Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines are just a few of the airlines that will receive high government loans. Easyjet now also wants to counter this. After Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary is now also the general manager of the

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Israel could nationalize El Al

If there are not enough investors for a capital increase, the state will take over 61 percent of the shares. Nevertheless, around 6.000 employees have lost their jobs. In Israel, a possible re-entry of the state is currently looming

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Varna: Voyage Air dares to try again

With a 28-year-old Boeing 737-500, Voyage Air wants to connect Varna with various German cities. The difference to the previous attempts? Now the company has AOC and OL. The Bulgarian start-up Voyage Air

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