What’s the process for pilots returning to flight after COVID? What’s involved in retraining?

How did pilots sharp during the pandemic? What do they have to do before they can fly again? – Diversity Man, United Kingdom With the recent surge in air travel, more pilots who were grounded during the height of the pandemic are returning to service. But they are requalified and

Will Greece be on UK green list in May? Country pushing mass vaccinations on islands but is struggling with Covid cases

GREECE has announced plans to fully vaccinate more than 60 of their islands by the end of April – but holidays are at risk as country is still struggling with soaring Covid cases. The vaccine drive, nicknamed Freedom by Greeks, is targeting the smaller islands in the Aegean archipelago, meaning

After rethinking racist rides, Disney parks extend inclusion push to cast members, add adaptive costumes

As part of its efforts to create a welcoming environment, Disney Parks announced today that it is adding inclusion as one of its core guiding principles. “We want our guests to see their own backgrounds and traditions reflected in … their interactions with Disney,” said Josh D’Amaro, chairman of Disney

How Do You Write an Anthony Bourdain Book Without Anthony Bourdain?

In March 2017, Anthony Bourdain had an idea for a book, but no time to write it. Since he started traveling and eating on camera with the Food Network’s “A Cook’s Tour” in 2000, the chef, frequent dropper of f-bombs and insatiable eater of delicious things had spent the majority

Luke Bryan Tests Positive for COVID But Says He's 'Doing Well' as He Misses First Live Idol Show

Luke Bryan has tested positive for COVID. On Monday morning, the country star and American Idol judge, 44, announced on his Instagram that he tested positive for COVID-19 and will be missing the live taping of the ABC competition show, but assured fans that he's feeling okay. "I'm sad to

Winners of prestigious 'Capture the Extreme' photo contest revealed

Say freeze! The spectacular winning images in a prestigious photography competition that celebrates the coldest places on Earth, from Scotland to the Antarctic via Texas The contest called Capture the Extreme is in its second year and is run by Shackleton and Leica Camera AG  More than 1,000 entries poured

Disneyland ticket prices, tiers: What you need to know to book your next adventure

How much will Disneyland tickets cost in 2021? Mostly the same as they did early last year.  Disneyland Resort released details Friday about its ticket prices on how ticketing and reservations will work when its parks’ gates open later this month. The California parks have been shuttered for more than a year due to the

Malta will pay tourists up to £173 each for holidaying in the country this summer

MALTA is offering to pay holidaymakers up to £173 each this summer to encourage tourists to return. Popular holiday destinations have struggled during the pandemic due to travel restrictions resulting in closed borders and bans on trips abroad. Malta, which had more than 2.7million visitors in 2019, saw visitor numbers

Campsites with shared toilets & showers told they CAN open from today in last minute u-turn

CAMPSITES and caravan parks have been told they can open their toilet and shower blocks from today in a last minute u-turn by the government. Despite originally being told they would stay closed until May 17, the new guidance says that shared facilities including water points, shower blocks and toilet