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Vegas casino exec warns of ‘more pain’ ahead
30th July
  • A Las Vegas Sands exec told CNBC the city will see "more pain" ahead.
  • Most recently, the iconic Consumer Electronics Show was cancelled.
  • The CES event takes place in January and draws in more than 170,000 people.

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Latest Transport & tourism news

27th July
Ryanair’s revenue declines by 95% in the first quarter
23rd July
American Airlines’ revenue tanks 86% in the second quarter
23rd July
Southwest Airlines swings to a £720 million loss in Q2
22nd July
United Airlines swings to a £1.29 billion loss in the second quarter
21st July
Summer travel update with Loews Hotel CEO
17th July
British Airways retires its entire fleet of Boeing 747s with immediate effect
14th July
Delta Air Lines swings to a net loss of £4.57 billion in Q2 as COVID-19 weighs on demand
10th July
United Airlines strikes a tentative deal with its pilots’ union on voluntary furloughs & early retirement
8th July
United Airlines issues notice of a potential layoff to 36,000 employees
8th July
FirstGroup swings to annual operating loss as COVID-19 weighs on passenger volumes
7th July
Lufthansa to cut 1,000 admin jobs and 20% of leadership positions to combat COVID-19
6th July
AirAsia swings to a £150.71 million loss in the first quarter as COVID-19 halts air travel
30th June
Air France expresses plans of cutting 6,500 workers by 2022 to combat COVID-19
29th June
British Airways inks an agreement to layoff 300 of its pilots amidst COVID-19
28th June
American Airlines expects 10% to 20% more workers than required in July 2021
25th June
EasyJet raises £419 million via a share sale as H1 loss widens due to COVID-19
22nd June
Virgin Galactic inks an agreement with NASA to train its astronauts
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