Carnival Corp. CEO: Demand should be ‘more than adequate’ at the restart

Carnival Corp. expects demand to be “more than adequate to fill ships in a staggered restart,” said CEO Arnold Donald during a business update call with analysts. Donald said he was not concerned about achieving this without substantial bookings from the new-to-cruise market, because two-thirds of its global guests, 8 million each year, are repeatContinue reading “Carnival Corp. CEO: Demand should be ‘more than adequate’ at the restart”

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First river cruise with Covid-19 regulations completes sailing

nickoVision cruising down the Danube Scylla has completed the first river cruise to take place with new Covid-19 safety regulations. The Swiss line’s nickoVISION ship has docked in Dusseldorf, Germany, after a 13-day sailing along the Danube, Main and Rhine rivers. The ship set sail on June 1 with regular temperature checks carried out onContinue reading “First river cruise with Covid-19 regulations completes sailing”

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Lufthansa warns aircraft to remain grounded until 2022

Lufthansa expects air passenger demand to return so slowly that it plans to have 300 of the group’s aircraft still parked in 2021 and 200 in 2022. Europe’s largest airline group, Lufthansa currently has 700 of its 763 aircraft grounded. More: Cash refund demands ‘endangering entire travel industry’ – Lufthansa boss ‘Demand won’t return quickly’,Continue reading “Lufthansa warns aircraft to remain grounded until 2022”

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