United Airlines plans to resume service to Mexico and the Caribbean

United Airlines announced today that it plans to resume service on nearly 30 international routes in September, including flights to Asia, India, Australia, Israel and Latin America, and continue to add ways to visit popular vacation destinations in the Caribbean, Hawaii and Mexico. The airline intends to fly 37% of its general schedule in September compared to the same period last year and is a 4% increase in capacity compared to what was planned for August 2020. United is also …

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Eurostar suspends its service to the French Alps next winter

Next winter the Eurostar service between London and the French Alpine resorts will not work. Eurostar has announced that its trains will not cover service to French ski destinations as it has since 1997. Trains that directly linked London to MoĆ»tiers, Aime la Plagne or Bourg Saint Maurice will not run next winter because of the Covid-19. This is bad news for French snow tourism, whose British clientele accounts for 40% of all foreign visitors to the Savoy. “Between Brexit …

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Uber’s European rival has just launched an electric bike rental service in Paris

Passenger transport app Bolt has launched a plan to share electric bikes in Paris, expanding its transport offerings even at times when Uber is reducing its own bicycle and scooter plans. Bolt launches this service in Paris in an attempt to further diversify its operations, the service begins with a pilot of 500 electric bikes. The Estonian-based start-up reported that the bikes will be available on its platform from Wednesday, July 1. Users can switch within the taxi service app …

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