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British Airways owner books loss as pandemic stalls travel. Passengers wearing face masks to prevent the spread of coronavirus queue prior to departure to London at a British Airways check-in desk. The parent company of British Airways reeled to a loss of billion euros ($ billion) in the first six months of the year as travel restrictions from the COVID pandemic ate into the bottom line. Chief Executive Willie Walsh predicted that passenger levels wouldn’t return to pre-virus levels. The United Kingdom stall as Guest of Honour country at the Bookfest International Book Fair is the unique work of two romanian artists. The stall concept imagined by architect Johannes Bertleff and sculptor Virgil Scripcariu, titled FIGURES, was the winning project of the design competition launched by the British Council in Romania and the Bucharest branch of the Romanian Order of. A British Airways jumbo approaching Heathrow Airport near London. This picture shows why the Boeing aircraft officially designated the was quickly given the nickname "jumbo jet" shortly after.
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