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Norwegian continues to struggle as Covid-19 restrictions tighten | News

first_imgOlderNew rides for Ferrari World Abu Dhabi Traffic figures for October from low-cost carrier Norwegian have been heavily influenced by lower demand caused by continued travel restrictions across Europe, with several new red zones.In October, 319,477 customers flew with Norwegian, a decrease of 90 per cent compared to the same period last year. – Advertisement – NewerMiami Beach leads 2020 North America World Travel Awards winners- Advertisement – “As this pandemic will continue to affect travel for several more months, we will continue to adapt our route network in line with changing demand.”The company operated 99.3 per cent of its scheduled flights in October, whereof 95.6 per cent departed on time.center_img The capacity (measured in available seat kilometres) this month was down 93 per cent, while the total passenger traffic (revenue passenger kilometres) decreased by 96 per cent. The load factor was 55.3 per cent, down 32 percentage points.Jacob Schram, chief executive of Norwegian, said: “The pandemic continues to have a negative impact on our business throughout the autumn as travel restrictions remain and new ones are imposed across large parts of Europe. – Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Liberals get set to vote Friday

first_imgRegistered Liberals in the Peace River North Constituency will choose their May 12th election candidate Friday evening.Voting will take place at the Pomeroy Hotel in Fort St. John and the Woodlands Inn in Fort Nelson, from 5pm to 9pm. Voters will have the choice of choosing a single candidate or voting in order of preference.If one candidate does not receive a first choice simple majority, then the candidate with the least number of votes, will be dropped from the ballot. Those who have voted in order of preference and whose first choice was the dropped candidate, will then have their second choice considered.- Advertisement -This process will continue until one candidate does get a simple majority of the votes.Once again the candidates are in surname alphabetical order…Fort St. John City Councilors Lori Ackerman and Dan Davies…former Fort St. John City Councilor, Pat Pimm…Chetwynd Mayor, Evan Saugstad…and, District 60 School Trustee, Linda Sewell.As soon as they’re available, results will be posted Friday night on Energeticcity.ca.Advertisementlast_img read more

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TRACK RECORD! OAKFIELD PARK 24-HOUR TRAIN RELAY RAISED €21,000 FOR IRISH CANCER SOCIETY

first_imgOakfield Park has announced that last weekend’s 24 hour sponsored train relay event has raised the amazing sum of €21,000.00 for the Irish Cancer Society.To begin the countdown at 6pm on Saturday the 4th May, Sir Gerry & Lady Heather Robinson drove the Duchess of Difflin Steam train on its first trip around the track. Oakfield Park then had the honour of welcoming 90-year-old Michael Gallen to take the footplate for the next lap. As a driver on the original Raphoe to Letterkenny line it was a real trip down memory lane for many people.The trains continued carrying passengers until darkness descended and the gardens were transformed by the running of the first ever, Midnight Express Train. This pre-booked trip was completely sold out with extra trains being added later. Passengers were treated to a candlelit tour with floating lanterns on the lakes and glowing braziers around the track.Alighting at the lakeside castle they were greeted with a glass of bubbly & delicious canapes, whilst being serenaded by the beautiful voice of local singer, Katie Porter. Once back on board the train again, all sorts of treats were in store. A “statue” came to life playing his saxophone, Robin Hood hung out of the trees calling on his trumpet and several ‘man-size’ ducks were to be seen chasing the carriages.Meanwhile back at the station the live music and drinks at the bar stayed lively into the wee small hours.Volunteer drivers kept the train going through the early hours of the morning and on into the dawn chorus. On Sunday the gates were flung open for the family fun day with more music, games & food, and of course more train trips. Huge numbers of home baked cakes were donated for sale & despite the rain Mango Catering’s Airstream Van had constant queues for their tasty burgers. Noel Cunningham oversaw the Grand Duck Race, when 400 ducks were launched to ‘swim’ across the lake. Winners of the Duck Race were Orla McBrearty, Georgina Wallace & Liam Lindsay. Other attractions included a live animal exhibit by Alcorns, from their tropical house and a taxidermy display of wild animals by Clonmany Wildlife Museum. Gareth Wilson from Raphoe correctly guessed that there were 74 balloons inside the Yellow Mini.At the end of the afternoon Noel Cunningham hosted the final draw for the business sponsorship prize and the three winners were:- Castleross Nursing & Retirement Village, Co. Monaghan; Vinehall Displays, Conference, Exhibition & Event Services, Dublin; & Panavision Ireland from Co. Wicklow. These three lucky companies have won a half day of personal business advice from Sir Gerry Robinson.At 6pm on Sunday 5th May, after a wonderful but exhausting day, the two trains were driven around on a final and very special lap of honour. All the passengers were ‘survivors’ from the Relay for Life Cancer Society.Oakfield Park would like to thank everyone who volunteered and gave so much energy and time to the event, not just over the weekend, but in all the days of hard work leading up to it. To all the suppliers who gave their goods and services free we are hugely grateful for their contributions, especially the many local ladies who donated such beautifully home baked cakes for sale. Thanks to the many musicians and singers who entertained our visitors. Finally our thanks to everyone who attended and turned the weekend into a wonderful community celebration to remember for years to come.  TRACK RECORD! OAKFIELD PARK 24-HOUR TRAIN RELAY RAISED €21,000 FOR IRISH CANCER SOCIETY was last modified: May 14th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:000 FOR IRISH CANCER SOCIETYTRACK RECORD! OAKFIELD PARK 24-HOUR TRAIN RELAY RAISED €21last_img read more

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