Month: October 2020

Qatar Airways giving teachers free plane tickets during pandemic

Teachers’ hard work during the pandemic is being rewarded with some much-needed travel and leisure.

Qatar Airways is hoping to celebrate educators everywhere by giving away 21,000 round-trip plane tickets, the airline announced Monday, Oct. 5, on World Teachers’ Day.

Qatar Airways is giving away 21,000 round-trip plane tickets to teachers globally. 

Qatar Airways is giving away 21,000 round-trip plane tickets to teachers globally. 

Teachers and classroom professionals, including teaching assistants, substitutes, tutors, senior leaders, student counselors and ESL teachers, among other educators across the globe, are eligible to apply for a chance to win by submitting a form on Qatar’s website. The promotion will run through Oct. 8, and those applying must live in a country where Qatar Airways operates direct flights through Doha and submit documentation to prove their employment.


Educators who register successfully will get an economy class return ticket anywhere on the airline’s network of more than 90 destinations worldwide. They’ll

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Global Ticket Printers Market 2020 Business Outlook with COVID-19 Scenario to 2025

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Oct 04, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
A report added to the huge database of, titled Global Ticket Printers Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 presents the historical, current, and future outlook of the market covering key factors responsible for the growth of the market. The report incorporates crucial details about the market including current and future market trends, segmentation, industrial opportunities, and future market scenario considering 2020 to 2025 as forecast years. The report highlights the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of each g market player in the global Ticket Printers market comprehensive way.

For competitor segment, the report includes global key players of the market as well as some small players: Epson, Stimare, Custom, Fujitsu, Boca Systems, Zebra, Able-systems, Practical Automation, Datamax-O’Neil (Honeywell), Skidata, Aes Aircraft Elektro,

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Canadian snowbirds prepare for first winter at home in over a decade

Canadian snowbirds prepare for first winter at home in over a decade
Canadian snowbirds prepare for first winter at home in over a decade

With leisure travel to the United States restricted by vehicle, Canadian citizens can still board a plane and fly down south if they’d like to.

Popular travel destinations like Arizona, California, and Florida do not require a 14-day quarantine period, but some Canadian snowbirds aren’t convinced it’s safe enough to go down yet.

Nova Scotia residents Ann and John Mackay have decided to stay put in Wolfville this year, breaking a 12-year tradition of heading south to their winter getaway home near Tampa.

Nova Scotia snowbirds staying home during winter
Nova Scotia snowbirds staying home during winter

Ann and John Mackay say they won’t be heading south this winter as a precaution due to COVID-19. Courtesy: Nathan Coleman

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They’ve been keeping in touch with their American friends to get updates on the situation south of

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Covid: North Wales lockdown travel rules ‘disproportionate’

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Restrictions will be imposed across four different council areas in north Wales

Travel restrictions planned for north Wales are disproportionate, the region’s Tory MPs and Senedd members say.

They have urged Welsh ministers to reconsider lockdowns in four council areas, due to come into force at 18:00 on Thursday.

One MP, James Davies of Vale of Clwyd, said the changes were nonsensical and called for more targeted action.

The Welsh Government said the local restrictions will be kept under review.

Under the restrictions people will not be able to leave or enter Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham without a “reasonable excuse”.

That can include work, if you cannot work from home, and for education, but not tourism.

The restrictions are the same as those imposed in most of south Wales.

Earlier Flintshire’s council leader said people ignoring coronavirus rules by socialising in people’s homes

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