Panama Canal water levels at historic lows, restrictions to remain

[ad_1] Bahamian LOS ANGELES SPIRIT crude oil tanker is pictured during its transit in the expanded canal through Cocoli Locks at the Panama Canal, on the outskirts of Panama City, Panama March 10, 2023. REUTERS/Aris Martinez Acquire Licensing Rights PANAMA CITY, Sept 5 (Reuters) – The Panama Canal’s water levels have not recovered enough as … Read more

Indonesia launches sky train in capital, hopes to ease traffic and pollution

[ad_1] [1/2]Indonesian President Joko Widodo speaks as he launches the Light Rail Transit (LRT) in Jakarta, Indonesia, August 28, 2023. Antara Foto/Hafidz Mubarak/via REUTERS. Acquire Licensing Rights JAKARTA, Aug 28 (Reuters) – Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Monday launched the first elevated rail line for Greater Jakarta, hailing the $2.13 billion project as a step … Read more

Flights cancelled at Geneva Airport as staff plan to extend strike

[ad_1] GENEVA, June 30 (Reuters) – Air traffic at Geneva Airport was at a standstill early on Friday, with dozens of flight arrivals and departures cancelled due to a strike over pay by public service staff who plan to continue striking into Saturday. About a hundred employees stood outside the airport’s departure area to protest … Read more

Airlines call for emissions help in long-haul to net-zero

[ad_1] [1/3] Willie Walsh, Director General of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), attends IATA annual meeting in Istanbul, Turkey June 5, 2023. REUTERS/Dilara Senkaya ISTANBUL, June 6 (Reuters) – Global airlines called on Tuesday for broad co-operation to reach “very tough” emission targets and pledged to release interim climate targets next year as the … Read more

French strikes disrupt fuel deliveries, train and air traffic

[ad_1] PARIS, March 8 (Reuters) – TotalEnergies’ refinery deliveries were suspended on Wednesday, electricity output reduced and train services disrupted as those sectors remained on strike after a nationwide day of industrial action brought record numbers of people onto the streets. Around 1.28 million people participated in a sixth day of protests on Tuesday against … Read more

Pilots fail to cash in on air traffic revival -global survey

[ad_1] Jan 19 (Reuters) – A global rebound in air travel has brought pilots back to work after a pandemic-induced slump, but many men and women in the cockpit have concerns over salary, a survey on Thursday said. More than half of pilots have not had a salary increase for five years, according to the … Read more