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COMMENT suggests a Minister for Travel.  That person can’t start work at this moment in time but the planning is needed.  We highlight the Heathrow testing system, Berlin Airport is about to open, Al Baker has words about the illegal blockade and at the same virtual gathering Grant Shapps spoke with the Financial Times Peggy Hollinger.  We have IAG results and words from BA's Sean DoyleCould MH370 be found?

ON TOUR is St Helena - no Covick-19 problems.  AND FINALLY suggests a virtual drinking evening


The “What Was Read” League for BTN 19 October.

1. MAX problems
2. COMMENT: Doyle follows Cruz
3. ABTA 1 – Shapps and quarantine

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- COMMENT: Would you come to England?
 
- Akbar Al Baker and the illegal blockade
 
- American Airbus A220
 
- Amsterdam and Eurostar
 
- BA’s Sean Doyle at Airlines 2050
 
- Berlin International Airport (continued)
 
- Biometric path at DXB
 
- Cathay Dragon shuts down
 
- Emirates upgrades
 
- Etihad and Israel
 
- Flybe to fly again?
 
- Grant Shapps at Airlines 2050
 
- Heathrow departures tested
 
- IAG results
 
- JetBlue delay
 
- Ken Brookes
 
- Major US airline fails
 
- Malaysian Airlines MH370
 
- New York’s new live subway map
 
- TUI keeps flying
 
- Wizz at the Aviation Club
 
- ON TOUR: Napoleon and St Helena
 
- AND FINALLY: Drink up
 

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