News and notes from around the interweb:
- There have been no coronavirus outbreaks among workers or guests at Disney World since re-opening
- Photos from on board the Qantas ‘flight to nowhere’
- In India it seems that people are having points taken away that were earned on personal credit cards for business spend.
- How to get a quick Covid test for travel
- The BBC’s farewell to the British Airways Boeing 747
- 110 years ago yesterday Theodore Roosevelt became the first U.S. President to fly on a plane. (HT: AirInsight)
110 years ago today, Theodore Roosevelt became the first president to fly in an airplane when he was briefly flown in a Wright Model B by Arch Hoxsey at an aviation meet in St. Louis, Missouri: https://t.co/wvqGyKFgCD pic.twitter.com/VS1jovEzG9
— National Air and Space Museum (@airandspace) October 11, 2020
- Alitalia is now the state-owned ITA. (And Delta no longer criticizes airline subsidies, now that the U.S. government owns warrants in the Atlanta-based carrier.)
Copyright: jvdwolf / 123RF Stock Photo
- Malaysia Airlines aircraft lessors reject the carrier’s restructuring
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