TNT launches Tunis air link
July 30, 2015
TNT has launched a Boeing 737-400 freighter link to Tunis, the capital city of Tunisia, from its main European air hub in Liege, Belgium.
The service will operate five times weekly via Marseilles, with flights arriving in Tunis every weekday before start of business and leaving the city in the evening.
The North African country does most of its trade with"...
Easyjet has shaken off strikes, fire, and strife—but Ryanair is still flying higher
July 23, 2015
An air-traffic controller strike in France, a fire at Rome’s airport, terrorist attacks in Tunisia, and Greece’s great depression. The omens weren’t great for EasyJet’s latest quarter, but the budget airline’s shares jumped today after it unexpectedly reported halfway decent results for the three months to June.
Kerui Group Successfully Delivers Lateral Jetting Services in Trinidad and Tobago
July 21, 2015
Kerui Group, the world's second largest oil and gas player, which is capable of providing Lateral Jetting services, recently leveraged its unique technologies and extensive experiences to impress its client in Trinidad and Tobago, the challenges we met are the unconsolidated sandstones formation, easy-to-collapse lateral holes and easily created cavities, with its highly efficient and responsive operations. So far Kerui Group has completed stimulation of five wells with an average field capability increment of 300%, one of"...
Erin Energy Commences 3D Seismic Acquisition Offshore The Gambia
July 21, 2015
Erin Energy Corporation (“Erin Energy” or the “Company”) (NYSE MKT:ERN) through its subsidiary Camac Energy Gambia Limited, has commenced the shooting of a 3D seismic survey off the coast of The Gambia. Polarcus Ltd. has been contracted by the Company to carry out the survey using the Polarcus"...
Monarch launches more flights after Tunisia cancellation
July 16, 2015
Monarch has announced a raft of new flights for summer 2015 following the cancellation of its Tunisia programme.
Going on sale today, additional Gatwick flights on Wednesday and Sunday bring the total to Alicante to 14 per week from July 22 to November 1 while an additional flight ex-Gatwick to Barcelona from July 24 to August 7 will bring the total to eight per week.
Jet2 cancels all flights and holidays to Tunisia
July 11, 2015
An airline has decided to stop selling flights and holidays to Tunisia for the next year.
Jet2.com and Jet2holidays has announced it is no longer taking bookings to the North African destination for the remainder of 2015 and summer 2016.
The airline said its customers’ flight bookings will be automatically cancelled and refunded.
Jet2 amends booking conditions for holidays to Tunisia
June 30, 2015
Jet2 has followed rival tour operators in allowing customers booked to travel to Tunisia to amend their bookings free of charge for the rest of the summer season.
The operator has brought home several hundred holidaymakers from Tunisia following last Friday's gun attack on tourists in the resort of Sousse.
Chief executive Steve Heapy spent Sunday and Monday in Tunisia with five senior members of the Jet2holidays' management team.
They visited all its hotels in Sousse, Port el Kantaoui, Skanes, Hammamet, Yasmine Hammamet and Mahdia, speaking to the vast majority of its remaining...
Lithuanian tour operator cancels flights to Tunisia
June 29, 2015
Lithuanian tour operator Novaturas is canceling flights to Tunisia scheduled until September 10 after nearly 40 people were killed in a terror attack last Friday.
Dovilė Zapkutė, a marketing project manager at Novaturas, told BNS that return flights to Vilnius would be operated from Enfidha Airport according to a schedule starting next Friday, July 3. The last remaining customers are to be flown back home on July 10.
Novaturas says that its customers who have already booked holidays in Tunisia will be given the option to rebook to other foreign resorts. According to the tour...
Sunway opens helpline for those due to fly to Tunisia
June 29, 2015
One of the main tour operators bringing Irish tourists to Tunisia opened on Sunday to deal with calls from those who have booked holidays to the country.
Sunway has an Aer Lingus flight chartered to fly 177 holidaymakers to Tunisia this Friday.
Speaking following the fatal shootings,"......
Sarra Rajeb: “140 MTD needed to carry out remediation plan of Tunisair”
June 28, 2015
CEO of the national flag carrier Sarra Rajeb said, Friday, at a hearing session held by the Finance Committee at the House of People’s Representatives (HPR), that the remediation plan of the company needs the mobilisation of 140 MTD. The amount of 30 MTD already mobilised is not sufficient to lead this operation.
She added that the number scheduled of the staff to be made redundant decreased from 1,700 to 1,000, after having developed studies and enquired about the experiences of other similar companies.
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