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Analysis: African bunker fuel hubs brace for more competition post 2020 – Platts

Analysis: African bunker fuel hubs brace for more competition post 2020
Platts
The western and southern African bunker industry which is centered in the key ports of Durban, Dakar and Lome face fierce rivalry from adjacent ports such as Las Palmas in the Canary Islands, Gibraltar and Algeciras in Spain. The European ports

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Meliá achieves high performance results in 2017’s first 9 months – Hotel Management Magazine


Hotel Management Magazine

Meliá achieves high performance results in 2017’s first 9 months
Hotel Management Magazine
These projects the repositioning and rebranding of the Gran Meliá Palacio de los Duques in Madrid, the hotels in Magaluf, including the Meliá Calviá Beach, and the hotels in Torremolinos, Ibiza, Menorca and the Canary Islands. Digital leadership …

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EUROPE: CEPSA highlights importance of Canary Islands operations amid falling Algeciras volumes – Bunkerspot


EUROPE: CEPSA highlights importance of Canary Islands operations amid falling Algeciras volumes
Bunkerspot
‘This year [bunkering] activity in the port of Algeciras will fall, in Las Palmas it will stay the same, in Barcelona will go up and the highest growth will be registered in Tenerife, where the ships are taking on more fuel, director of CEPSA

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More than 20000 coming home in first two days after Monarch collapse – Sky News


Sky News

More than 20000 coming home in first two days after Monarch collapse
Sky News
Many are in sunshine destinations such as the Costa del Sol, the Algarve and the Canary Islands. Monarch’s administrators, KPMG, said the collapse followed a sustained period losses as it faced “mounting cost pressures and increasingly competitive
Mass repatriation of Britons after Monarch collapse ‘off to good start’BT.com
Monarch Airlines: Nearly 2000 employees made redundant after firm’s collapseEvening Standard
Airlift to bring home 110000 after Monarch collapseexpressandstar.com
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Airlift to bring home 110000 after Monarch collapse – expressandstar.com


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Airlift to bring home 110000 after Monarch collapse
expressandstar.com
Most Monarch passengers currently abroad are in “classic holiday resorts” in Spain and Portugal such as the Costa del Sol, the Algarve and the Canary Islands, Mr Haines said. Advertising. Flights will match Monarch’s original schedule “as close as
More than 20000 coming home in first two days after Monarch collapseSky News
Mass repatriation of Britons after Monarch collapse ‘off to good start’BT.com
Monarch Airlines: Nearly 2000 employees made redundant after firm’s collapseEvening Standard
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Monarch Airlines: Nearly 2000 employees made redundant after firm’s collapse – Evening Standard


Evening Standard

Monarch Airlines: Nearly 2000 employees made redundant after firm’s collapse
Evening Standard
Many passengers are in popular holiday resorts in Spain and Portugal such as the Costa del Sol, the Algarve and the Canary Islands and are being flown home at no extra cost. The Government has warned passengers to expect disruption and delays as it …
UK launches ‘biggest ever peacetime repatriation’ after Monarch collapseFinancial Times
What to do if you’ve booked a holiday with Monarch – everything you need to knowTelegraph.co.uk
Monarch rescue flights ‘will cost £60000000’ as almost 2000 lose their jobsMetro
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Flights and holidays cancelled amid collapse of Monarch – Times & Star


Flights and holidays cancelled amid collapse of Monarch
Times & Star
Many are in popular holiday resorts in Spain and Portugal such as the Costa del Sol, the Algarve and the Canary Islands. The Government has warned passengers to expect disruption and delays as it works to ensure there are enough flights to return the …

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