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Sky News:– British Airways has told pilots that it expects to reduce headcount by more than a quarter in the first details obtained since it announced swingeing job cuts as a result of the coronavirus crisis. In a letter to pilots seen by Sky News, the airline says it plans to reduce headcount by 955 for […]

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(CNN) – British Airways may be forced to cut more than a quarter of its workforce as the coronavirus pandemic takes its toll on one of Europe’s biggest airlines. Parent company IAG (ICAGY) said in a statement Tuesday that British Airways is notifying labor unions about a restructuring program which will affect most employees and ...

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — The British casualty ship RFA Argus, has set sail for the Caribbean ahead of this year’s hurricane season to assist with the response to the COVID-19 pandemic across the region. Although the vessel’s deployment to the Caribbean had been scheduled for the hurricane season, she will now be able to play […]

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(BBC) — British Airways is expected to announce it will suspend around 36,000 staff. The airline, which grounded much of its fleet due to the coronavirus crisis, has been negotiating with the Unite union for more than a week. The two sides have reached a broad deal but are yet to sign on some details. ...

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The United Kingdom government  is encouraging Non-resident British nationals in Saint Lucia to consider leaving this country amid the global Coronavirus pandemic. “All non-resident British Nationals currently in St Lucia are strongly encouraged to contact their airline or tour operator, and to consider leaving the country as soon as practicably possible, as there is a […]

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(BVI NEWS) — Effective Saturday, March 14, there will be no more cruise ships calling into to the British Virgin Islands for next 30 days. In a public statement late Friday afternoon, Premier Andrew Fahie also said the upcoming Virgin Gorda Easter Festival as well as the BVI Spring Regatta will be postponed. He said ...

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Sky News:– British Airways and Ryanair have cancelled hundreds of flights between the UK and parts of Europe and the US due to the coronavirus outbreak. The BA cancellations include journeys between Heathrow and Italy, France, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Ireland and Switzerland – plus New York’s JFK. The airline has also cancelled flights between Gatwick and […]

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Press Release:– A contingent of Saint Lucians serving in the British Army are on island for the 41st Independence Anniversary celebrations. This is the first time that a contingent comprising all Saint Lucian soldiers will be participating in the Independence Military Parade. They arrived on Tuesday, Feb. 18th and kicked off their visit by paying an […]

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