The world's largest tourism company, hardly sold any trips in the last quarter causing sales to drop 98.5% to just €72 million. The German-British company is deep in the red and the prospects are not very bright.
The world's largest travel operator has seen a 98% drop in turnover as a result of restrictions imposed to slow the coronavirus pandemic.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged Britons to act after announcing tighter restrictions amid a surge in infections. Meanwhile, the Philippines extended its 'state of calamity' by one year. DW rounds up the latest.
The number of people testing positive in Munich is up despite a lack of crowds due to a scaled-down Oktoberfest. Bavarian State Premier Markus Söder made some suggestions for a coronavirus-appropriate Christmas market.
While most of the country is again considered a coronavirus risk area, the Canary Islands are hopeful for the winter season. Still the Spanish economy needs to rethink its strong reliance on tourism.
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