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by Matt Turner Nov 18, 2020 (Boeing) Boeing’s 737 Max may soon be taking to the skies with passengers, as the Federal Aviation Administration (F.A.A.) on Wednesday cleared carriers to seek the proper certifications for...
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By Robert Silk Sept 10, 2020 A Covid-19 test conducted at Lufthansa's Frankfurt Airport testing center. Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Lufthansa Group A coalition...
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BY AMY MCKEEVER PUBLISHED JULY 31, 2020 More than 150 coronavirus vaccines are in development across the world—and hopes are high to bring one to market in record time to ease the global crisis. Several efforts are underway to help make...

Aaron Saunders Cruise Critic contributor, July 28 2020 While much public discussion around cruises restarting have centered on the visible changes that passengers might see – mandated masks and social distancing as well as staggered embarkation and capacity...
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Morgan Hines USA TODAY Published June 19, 2020 Cruise Lines International Association, the leading trade organization for the global ocean-going cruise industry, says its member cruise lineshave voluntarily extended the suspension of U.S. cruise operations until Sept. 15 amid coronavirus concerns.

By: Matt Hochberg The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) updated its website with a note that indicates the agency has no current regulations that apply to crew member repatriation will necessarily apply to passengers on ships, nor is it certain when sailings can safely...
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File image Three months after the start of the cruise industry shutdown, an estimated 40,000 cruise ship crewmembers remain stranded on board, according to the Miami Herald - including many who are aboard without pay.  The...
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By Alex Smith May 8, 2020 FORESHIP Project Hygiea could have a significant impact on the industry’s future, says Foreship’s Mattias Jörgensen Naval architecture and marine engineering firm Foreship has...
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By Natasha Frost May 8, 2020 In late February, as the first cases of Covid-19 were reported in the US, Melinda Mann, a crew member with the cruise company Holland America, boarded the Oosterdam in San Diego, to take a job working with youth staff...

Rosie Spinks, Skift - May 05, 2020 8:30 am This isn’t the first time Carnival has announced a return to cruising in the last month. What’s needed here is specifics on how things will be different (and safer) when ships set sail again.— Rosie S