Croatia Airlines introduces routes to Munich, Copenhagen and Dublin

first_imgCroatia Airlines is expanding its destination network for the third year in a row with three new routes to Munich, Copenhagen and Dublin and increasing the number of weekly flights on existing routes.Croatia Airlines is expanding its network of European destinations this tourist season as well, which will enable passengers an even better choice and organization of travel.For the first time in the company’s history, regular international flights are being introduced Zagreb – Dublin, which will be held from May 3 to October 28, 2017. perform twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays. The seasonal line is also a novelty Dubrovnik – Munich on which it will fly from April 30 five times a week – Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.Among the news is the line Split – Copenhagen on which Croatia Airlines aircraft will fly on Saturdays, from May 5 to October 20 this year.The number of weekly flights on existing routes is increasingIn addition to the new routes, this year’s summer flight schedule also increases the number of weekly flights on individual routes. Thus, as of May 4, four additional afternoon flights on the line will be introduced Zagreb – Skopje, which is an additional benefit for transfer passengers who travel to Skopje via European transport hubs (Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt and others) via Zagreb. Several weekly flights will also be operated on the route Zagreb – Dubrovnik – Rome on which, in addition to the previous flights on Saturdays and Sundays, an additional flight will be introduced on Wednesdays in early May.Photo: Zagreb International AirportCroatia Airlines aircraft will continue to fly to all eight European destinations, ie on all seasonal routes introduced during 2016 and 2017 – from Zagreb to Stockholm, Oslo, Helsinki, Bucharest, Lisbon, Milan, Prague and St. Petersburg. The number of weekly flights to Sankt peterburg, in addition to flights on Thursdays and Sundays, increases by an additional flight on Tuesdays. They stand out from Croatia Airlines. During this year’s summer flight schedule, seasonal flights are reintroduced to many attractive European destinations, such as Athens, Barcelona, ​​Lisbon, Venice and the second, and at the same time the rush in domestic regular traffic is increasing.”Croatia Airlines planes will fly directly to 39 destinations in 23 European countries in regular passenger traffic this season, connecting the capital Zagreb with five Croatian airports..Due to the expansion of the destination network and the increase in the number of flights, the company will lease two CRJ1000 aircraft with 100 seats from Air Nostrum for the upcoming tourist season, as well as last year, which will complement the existing fleet of six Airbus aircraft (four A319 and two A320) and six aircraft. Dash 8-Q400. ”They conclude from Croatia Airlines.By the way, the Croatian national airline transported a record 2017 passengers in 2,124.528, or 10 percent more than the year before, and the continuation of the positive trend in passenger traffic is expected this year as well.last_img read more

Five Red Star players test COVID-19 positive after games with crowd

first_imgThe announcement came 12 days after Red Star faced city rivals Partizan Belgrade in front of a crowd of around 16,000 people, the largest gathering of that kind in Europe since the beginning of the pandemic.The Serbian government has been loosening lockdown rules and earlier this month it announced that open-air gatherings with an unlimited amount of people would be allowed.But coverage from television channel RTS appeared to show little sign of health guidelines in place at the match with Partizan as well as at other league games.Following the final match of the season against Proleter on Saturday, Red Star Belgrade celebrated winning the Serbian title with more than 10,000 of their fans.At least four of the five players did not play in that last match as they had felt coronavirus symptoms ahead of it, the club said.“The players feel well and are in strict isolation and in permanent contact with the medical team of the club,” Red Star said in a statement.Two weeks after it declared it was coronavirus-free, Serbia’s neighbour Montenegro last week reported new cases of coronavirus, with authorities blaming citizens who attended the match in Belgrade and brought the virus back over the border.Red Star Belgrade players celebrate their Serbian league title on Saturday. Five players from the club have tested positive for coronavirusRead Also: La Liga hopes to welcome fans back under strict guidelines“It is clear that the departure of our citizens to the football derby played in Belgrade has brought us to the situation we have today,” the head of the main hospital in Montenegro capital Podgorica Jevto Erakovic said on Thursday.The Serbian league resumed on May 29, initially behind closed doors, before the government further eased restrictions. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Five players from Serbian club Red Star Belgrade have tested positive for coronavirus after playing several matches attended by thousands of people, the club said Monday.Advertisementcenter_img Loading…last_img read more

Bailey to serve as interim head of global initiatives

first_imgAnthony Bailey has been named to the position of interim vice provost for global initiatives and will begin his work in the post     Aug. 1.Bailey, who currently serves as the associate provost for global initiatives, replaces Kenneth McGillivray in this new position.In a memo to USC faculty and staff, Provost Elizabeth Garrett praised many of Bailey’s successes in USC’s international offices.“Dr. Bailey has overseen USC’s seven international offices and he has guided our South American strategy, including the planning of an international office in Brazil, which will open in the coming year,” Garrett said. “He has also played a leading role in organizing the 2013 USC Global Conference in Seoul, South Korea.”Bailey said his primary goal as interim vice provost for global initiatives is to continue strengthening USC’s worldwide image.“We’d all love for USC, in a few years, to be one of the most respected and sought-after institutions in Latin America, Europe and the Middle East,” Bailey said. “The plan for my office is to continue working with key groups on campus to execute on high-profile and engaging events overseas, such as the upcoming Global Conversation this October in London.”In addition, Bailey said another priority is collaboration with universities, governments and industry.Bailey said he is prepared for his new post because of his experiences in international development at Kaplan Inc., an exam preparation company, and his more recent work as the associate provost in the office of global initiatives.“At Kaplan Inc., I built up a chain of 44 international colleges spanning three continents, which was instrumental in establishing the Kaplan brand across the globe,” Bailey said. “During the past couple years as associate provost in the Office of Global Initiatives, I’ve built a base of knowledge about many of the things that make USC a unique and special place.”Matthew Erskine, who currently serves as director of international programs at the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, will fill Bailey’s current position as associate vice provost for global affairs.last_img read more