LAX Workers Mark the Start of the Normally Busy 4th of July Holiday by Calling on Airlines to Value Lives Over Profits

Airport workers take large car caravan to United Airlines to demand enforcement of PPE, social distancing, and safe staffing to stop the spread of Coronavirus

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2020 / — As the country pushes for a return to normal, LAX workers have a stark warning for travelers: airlines are not taking all of the precautions necessary to protect workers and passengers. Cabin cleaners, janitors, baggage handlers, wheelchair attendants, airline catering workers and concession workers are speaking out about the necessity for stronger enforcement on PPE, social distancing, and safe staffing to stop the spread of coronavirus at the airport.

Airline workers have been speaking out about problems at the airport as positive cases continue to grow among LAX workers. Janitors at LAX report that their employers still are not providing them with proper Personal Protective Equipment even while social distancing remains impossible on the job. Cabin cleaners report being ordered onto planes before passengers deplane. Cabin cleaners also report still being asked to do “quick turns” where planes are cleaned in under ten minutes and almost no disinfecting is done between flights. Many of the issues reported by workers are in direct violation of CDC guidelines. People are going to work scared and are demanding that airlines do something about it.

Service workers at the airport are primarily people of color and immigrants who have spoken out and won better wages through their unions, SEIU and UNITE HERE. These same communities are also being hardest hit by the pandemic. The report “Essential But Vulnerable: California Airport Workers in Crisis” details the ways that the health and economic impacts of COVID-19 are not being felt equally, due to existing racial and socioeconomic inequalities. View and Download the Report:

Service Workers at LAX are driving in a caravan around the airport today calling on airlines like United and Southwest to take responsibility for the health and safety of passengers and contracted airline workers. They are demanding that the airport administration do whatever it takes to ensure companies operating at the airport adhere to necessary safety precautions.
Airport service workers will drive a protest caravan from Watts, ground zero in the movement for police brutality, to show support for the growing movement for Black Lives Matter and then proceed up century Boulevard to LAX, circling the terminals, passing LAWA headquarters and ending at United Airlines Cargo. They will deliver bread and roses which have come to signify dignified working conditions in the labor movement.

Who: Over 100 airport workers including union members from UNITE HERE and SEIU-USWW.

What: Workers will gather at Ted Watkins Park at 10:15 am to decorate their cars and prepare for the caravan. LAX workers will be available to interview at the park until 10:45 before the caravan starts. LAX workers will also be available for interview by phone throughout the day.

When: Wednesday, July 1st at 10:15 am

Where: Ted Watkins Park on the Corner of Century Blvd. and Central Ave., Los Angeles

SEIU United Service Workers West represents more than 45,000 janitors, security officers, airport service workers, and other property service workers across California.

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Florida State Parks Foundation Welcomes Governor DeSantis’s decision to fully fund State Parks

It is difficult to think of a better return on the investment anywhere

Spending time in Florida State Parks is an important part of our physical, mental, and economic health recovery. ”

— Gil Ziffer

TALLAHASSEE, FL, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2020 / — The Florida State Parks Foundation today welcomed the Governor’s decision to fully fund Florida’s award-winning state parks.

“We understand the pandemic has resulted in unexpected costs but also understand how valuable Florida State Parks are to the recovery of Florida’s economy and the health of Floridians and our tourism guests,” said Gil Ziffer, Foundation President.

"We are delighted that the Governor has approved the $41 million Florida State Parks’ improvement budget sent to him by the Legislature,” he said.

Florida State Parks represent one of the state’s greatest success stories. They are a major contributor to the state’s tourism industry, support thousands of jobs, and pour billions of dollars into the state’s economy. At the same time, they preserve many of the jewels of our natural environment and Florida’s significant historical and cultural sites.

“As the acknowledged premier state park system in the nation, it is vital that Florida State Parks receive full funding. When comparing the $41 million that has been provided in the budget with the $2.6 billion in economic impact the state parks generated last year from nearly 30 million visitors, it is difficult to think of a better return on the investment anywhere,” he said.

“In recent months, Floridians have spent a significant amount of time sheltered at home. As we transition to reopening, spending time in Florida State Parks is an important part of our physical, mental, and economic health recovery. Some might say, it is just what the doctor ordered.”

The Foundation, founded in 1993 as Friends of Florida State Parks and renamed in 2018, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation whose mission is to support and help sustain the Florida Park Service, its 175 award-winning parks and trails, local Friends groups and more than 20,000 park volunteers.

It does this through programs that preserve and protect state parks, educate visitors about the value of state parks, encourage community engagement and active use of state parks, and advocacy.

The volunteer Board of Directors represent private and public sectors as well as local and statewide interests.


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Skyworks Global Appoints Director of Business Development for South America

Skyworks Hawk on patrol at the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics

Seasoned International Transportation and Aviation Executive and Former Military Officer Joins Skyworks Team

SALT LAKE CITY, UT, U.S.A., June 30, 2020 / — Skyworks Global Inc. (“Skyworks”), the global leader in gyronautics, announced that Dr. Marcelo Augusto de Felippes has joined the organization as Director of Business Development for South America. Dr. Felippes brings many years of international experience in transportation, logistics and aviation and will be based in Brasilia, Brazil.

Previously, Dr. Felippes was the CEO of Airship do Brasil, a premier manufacturer of aircraft using lighter than air technology in Latin America. Dr. Felippes also serves as CEO of Logistics International Associates (LIA), Special Adviser to the Secretary General of the Inter-American Chamber of Transportation (CIT), and has previously worked as a management consultant for major events including the 2011 Military World Games in Rio de Janeiro.

A retired Colonel in the Brazilian Army, Dr. Felippes spent much of his life working as a transportation, logistics, and aviation specialist, working on projects including administrative management of supplies, air transportation, flight equipment and special aviation services. Throughout his career Dr. Felippes has written an array of books, patents and technical articles that have been published in journals and periodicals throughout Europe and the Americas. He speaks English, Spanish, French and Portuguese, as well as some Russian, German and Italian.

Skyworks Executive Director, Brig. General (Ret) John E. Michel stated “We are thrilled to have someone of Dr. Felippe’s stature, experience and connections join our team.”

The initial focus in South America will be to introduce Skyworks’ Hawk 5 aircraft. The Hawk 5 combines the safety, reliability, and cost effectiveness of fixed wing aircraft with the runway independence of a helicopter. Utilizing an engine-driven pre-rotation system while the aircraft is on the ground, the Hawk 5 is capable of jump take-offs, allowing take-off from almost anywhere. With a rotor that is always in autorotation, in the unlikely event of complete engine failure, the Hawk 5’s rotor continues to rotate, leaving the pilot in complete control to safely land. With no powered rotor in flight and no antitorque equipment, the Hawk 5 has none of the periodic maintenance or lost business days associated with these systems, leaving the owner with lower costs and higher reliability. Coupled with the flying simplicity of fixed wing aircraft, the Hawk 5 is a workhorse.

Dr. Felippes stated that “The current Covid-19 related damage done to economies globally is constraining both government and private sector budgets, making it difficult to afford the high operating costs associated with helicopters. The introduction of Skyworks’ economical gyroplanes, like the Hawk 5, is particularly timely.”

About Skyworks

Skyworks Global is the world leader in gyronautics, the study and design of sustained autorotative flight represented by the company's gyroplane technology. Skyworks has more than 40 patents with several more underway, all obtained in an effort to radically change not only the way gyroplanes are perceived, but also the way they are utilized. From mass personnel transportation, agriculture, and border protection to literally changing the economies of developing nations, Skyworks' goal is to change the paradigm of aerial technology. For more information about the company, its products, and individual members of the Skyworks team, visit

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How will COVID-19 impact global immigration trends – the expert view

EU immigration will be impacted by COVID-19 responses

COVID-19 will impact how migrants think about their chosen countries.

A face mask and a travel pass reflect the changes to global work and travel.

The corona virus will also change the way people feel about immigration.

Expert views on how governments and migrants will respond to the COVID-19 crisis. Who will be the winners and who will be the losers.

Like all global crises, COVID-19 will have huge impacts on immigration. There will be economic impacts and political and social reactions to the virus.”

— Alison Johnson

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, June 30, 2020 / — COVID-19 will have an impact on global immigration. We talked to three experts to see how governments and migrants will respond to the new reality.

Alison Johnson of Where Can I Live says, "Like all global crises, COVID-19 will have huge impacts on immigration. There will be economic impacts and political and social reactions to the virus. An early example is the Chinese government warning to its nationals looking to take up a student visa in Australia. "

In 2019, 1 in 30 people lived in a country other than that in which they were born. The immigration policies of countries have changed in response to local, regional, and worldwide events over time. And, there is no doubt that COVID-19 will impact global migration going forward.

Rodolfo José Santos, of FS Legal in Lisbon, Portugal, agrees that there will be significant changes in coming years. "We're seeing more interest from areas like Asia and the US. In Portugal's favour has been the effective response to the COVID-19 pandemic to date. But, the government will have to focus on digitalization and become less bureaucratic to continue to attract the best migrants."

As the virus response impacts economies, there is no doubt that countries will rethink which migrants they want to attract to their countries. Dr Hussain Farooq, of HF Corporation, explains. "After the GFC in 2007-2008, a range of countries across the world launched "golden visa" or citizenship by investment programs. These programs aimed at bona fide investors to attract capital for economic recovery. As well as established programs like Portugal and some Caribbean counties, newer programs like Turkey have also become popular. Turkey issued 6,000 investor visas in the 18 months to February 2020. There is no doubt that this will continue."

Other countries will likely be watching the economy building investment these programs generate. While golden visa programs have attracted controversy in some quarters, there is no doubt that they can provide a boost to a struggling economy. Rodolfo José Santos, "There had been rumours of changes to Portugal's golden visa program with new limitations on areas of investment. Most industry insiders agree that any changes seem very unlikely now."

There may well be a shift in the favoured programs with investors. Access to the SCHENGEN Area has long been a big drawcard for Portugal, Spain, and some Caribbean counties. If COVID-19 impacts freedom of movement and work, then these programs may become less attractive. Political and social changes in several countries have people reassessing where they want to live and do business. COVID-19 will undoubtedly speed up some of those decisions.

Other classes of visa programs that promote economic growth include startup visas, income visas, and retirement visas. It would not be a surprise to see governments around the world refine and expand these programs. Startup visa programs, especially, have been slow to gain traction in many counties. But, the attraction of rapidly scaling companies that can generate employment will be on the radar of many governments.

On the reverse side, there will no doubt be additional restrictions on foreign workers and skilled migration. Already in the US, changes are being made to the H1-B program. There will be a slow down on new visas being issued, and the government may also make life difficult for existing visa holders. This short-term protectionism will spread. Some of the world's largest and most influential companies rely on migrant worker programs, like the USA's H1-B. However, these programs and other skilled migration schemes will face renewed pressure across the globe. There is no doubt that large companies will push back against these changes. Who is successful will make for compelling politics against the backdrop of a COVID-19 recession.

Alison Johnson sees significant disruption coming. "As we see the impacts of COVID-19 across immigration policies, there will be opportunities for countries to attract talent, capital, and ideas. Those countries that see this as an opportunity will be able to boost their economies and to take advantage of the disruption ahead. Those that do not will certainly be left behind."

The way that countries respond to COVID-19 is also colouring how potential immigrants see them. The success of New Zealand's response has made it an even more attractive destination. For retirees, South America and Central America may be off the list until an effective COVID-19 vaccine is in wide circulation.

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Meet QAAR: A New Rideshare Business Built for Challenging Times

Socially responsible rideshare application.


Former cab driver created a multimillion-dollar business. He’s returned to improve conditions for drivers everywhere.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2020 / — QAAR, the new rideshare app that promises to put drivers first, is set to launch on Wednesday, June 17th, 2020 after adjusting to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The app is a course correction for the rideshare industry’s wrong turns: the rise of exorbitant commission fees, inconsiderate tipping functions, and little aid during the pandemic. It’s the first app that puts drivers first and foremost.

The key feature: QAAR drivers collect 100% of their fare without paying commission fees.

“There are also benefits for QAAR users, like choosing rides for yourself and an intuitive design,” founder David Moyal says. “With drivers collecting 100% of their fare, QAAR is able to pay drivers more in these uncertain times—and pass those savings to clients.” With bonus savings like QAAR Qaash, riders will also receive $100-worth of rides each time QAAR hits 100 rides on its platform across the country.

QAAR is also introducing features to address the pandemic’s challenges:

• Delivery enables clients to use QAAR as a messenger service, encouraging people to stay home and drivers to work

• Plexiglass barriers enable both riders and drivers to ride in safety

• Favorite a driver lets riders have consistency in their trips, promising peace of mind

“We initially planned our launch before the pandemic,” says Moyal, “but we had to evolve with the times, made changes and we’ve nailed it.”

With unemployment at a record high, Moyal hopes that QAAR will support full- and part-time drivers so they can make more, work less, and have a sense of community. Riders can get to their destination safely—and with a clear conscience, knowing that their whole fare is going to their driver.

About QAAR Founder David Moyal
David Moyal started driving in 1986, when he immigrated to the United States. He took a job driving because it’s a great position for someone who needs to learn the language, the area, and the people. He was grateful for the kindness he received from fares at the time, and it’s that kindness, Moyal argues, that is lacking in the rideshare industry today.

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QAAR Official Launch Date Was Wednesday, June 17th, 2020
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Klassroom’s Teacher Certification Program provides new college graduates with an affordable path to teacher licensure

While college graduates face an unpredictable job market, an online teacher training program provides a promising and secure career in education.

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2020 / — Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States is bracing for a major economic downturn with the unemployment rate expected to peak at 25%. New college graduates are entering the job market with the worst prospects since the 2008 economic recession and will likely be forced to look outside of their chosen career paths.

While college grads face a job scarcity, K-12 schools across the country continue to function with a surplus of unfilled jobs. The economic health of the country presents a unique opportunity to retrain unemployed educated professionals and address the ongoing teacher shortage with alternative paths to teacher licensure.

By removing the time and expense of traditional teacher training, Klassroom’s Teacher Certification Program (TCP) provides just this.

Created by Klassroom, the domestic brand to international education company, Teach Away, TCP is recognized by the national accrediting body, Association for Advancing Quality in Education Preparation (AAQEP), as an approved teacher certification program that adheres to association standards for teacher licensure. TCP was designed to fill teacher shortages throughout the U.S. by helping aspiring teachers get into the classroom at an accelerated pace, without barriers like price, in-person learning, and long-term program commitments.

As history has shown us time and time again, teaching is one of the most recession-proof jobs in the United States. But even beyond its economic value, teaching is one of the most rewarding careers a person can have. Particularly at a time when students need more support than ever to help meet their learning goals.

Unfortunately, traditional on-campus certification programs can be lengthy and expensive, which creates barriers to licensure for aspiring teachers. TCP only takes nine months to complete at a fraction of the cost of traditional programs with payment options available to help offset any financial roadblocks.

A team of education experts developed TCP’s breakthrough program that bridges traditional and progressive learning. The program’s core curriculum is self-paced, delivered 100% online with asynchronous lessons, and includes support from online instructors. An in-person clinical placement makes up the second half of the program, however, this can be completed anywhere in the county.

As schools navigate through the impact of COVID-19, specifically school closures, online instruction, and student learning outcomes, we’re working closely with TCP students to mitigate the impact on their teacher training. Specifically the reduced access to in-class experiences, in addition to instruction for online learning.

After completing the Teacher Certification Program, students can apply for a state teaching license. As most states offer teacher license reciprocity there are limitless career options for new teachers within the US, online and abroad (once it is safe to travel).

Teachers can also find their next great teaching job in the U.S. using Klassroom’s state-of-the-art recruitment platform and regularly updated job board.

About Klassroom and Teach Away:

Since its inception in 2003 Teach Away has dedicated its energy to ensuring every student experiences the power of a great teacher.

After 13 years in business, it became apparent that the teacher shortage challenges facing communities overseas, were now impacting students and families here at home. In 2019, Klassroom was founded to continue to connect students with life-changing teachers, and help those teachers live their dreams right in their hometown.

There is no one, single solution to the teacher shortage crisis we’re facing. That’s why Klassroom offers both unique pathways to a rewarding careers for teachers, as well as world-class recruitment and hiring solutions for schools.

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Adventure Photographer Gregg Jaden Shares 7 Tips to Stay Mentally Healthy During Extended Global Travel Restrictions

Secluded Canadian Mountain Top Glacier by Helicopter - Gregg Jaden Landscape Photographer

Secluded Canadian Mountain Top Glacier – Gregg Jaden

Secluded Canadian Mountain Kayaking on a Glacier - Gregg Jaden

Secluded Canadian Mountain Kayaking on a Glacier – Gregg Jaden

Deep Inside Hang Son Doong Vietnam Base Camp 3 - Gregg Jaden

Deep Inside Hang Son Doong Vietnam Base Camp 3 – Gregg Jaden

7 Tips To Stay Mentally Healthy During Global Travel Restrictions

There's never been a more important time to focus on the positive in life, as a society, during extended travel restrictions. It's a harsh reality nobody wants, but we must persevere.”

— Gregg Jaden

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, June 30, 2020 / — Since the beginning of COVID 19 Global Quarantines, Travel Adventure Photographer Gregg Jaden finds himself doing anything he can to stay positive while maintaining his mental, physical and spiritual stamina during the extended Golbal travel restrictions. Between daily meditation, eating healthy, yoga, workouts and keeping his immune system strong, Jaden keeps his sanity by staying grounded and taking things one day at a time. Like working on new writing projects and networking opportunities, since key people are easier to reach these days online. Jaden shares his tips on survival and plunges you into some of Earth's most incredible landscapes. To join the conversation with this commercial photographer in Los Angeles and tips on how to cope with COVID 19 Global Travel Restrictions, follow @greggjaden_ on Instagram or YouTube or @greggjaden.

Jaden has amazed an impressive, well engaged following since beginning his adventures into photography 5 years ago. Shooting exclusively with Sony cameras for the last 4 years, his art displays the crisp intention of his storytelling. Even the feel to his photos makes it difficult to know the exact location. "There's never been a more important time to focus on the positive in life, as a society, during extended travel restrictions. It's a harsh reality nobody wants, but we must persevere. I stay focused on things I can control. I want all my travel photos and films to be a reminder to never give up, stay grounded and keep faith." says Jaden.

Jaden constantly searches for more unique locations to explore. Focussing less on office duty and more on travel adventures, gets his adrenaline pumping. "I want my travels to inspire those to keep pushing forward during these difficult COVID-19 times. I hope sharing my travel moments can help other photographers and travelers cope better while experiencing the same frustrations I am. It's important to remain patient and control the things we can during COVID 19 restrictions." says Jaden.

Here's 7 Tips To Stay Mentally Healthy During Extended Global Travel Restrictions

1 – Meditate Daily – They were right when they said "patience is a virtue". Practice patience. Meditate at least an hour per day. This will help you calm your nervous system and relax any busy thoughts while staying grounded. Maintaining a healthy mind, body and soul.

2 – Explore Close to Home – Try searching for exciting travel locations closer to home or in the surrounding areas to explore. There is always some new hidden gem in close by waiting to be discovered. Check with Parks and Recreation to confirm any closures/openings. For travelers this can spark a newfound excitement. Planning a trip is always exciting, so make it fun! Bring your camera for creative shots.

3 – Start a New Project – Take advantage of the extra time by working on new projects. Be creative! This is a perfect time to contact key industry professionals about project colabs. Write a blog, book or movie script. Take on some personal growth and healing. Start a YouTube channel or Podcast. Creativity is food for the soul. Most of all have fun!

4 – Take it One Day at a Time – This is my most important practice, since it is literally impossible to plan any international travel. This should help keep anxiety low and have you living more in the moment . Avoid living in the past or future.

5 – Reach Out For Support – Stay in touch with like minded friends and family. Fun video chats. Avoid pessimists.

6 – Take Breaks from The News – Although it's tempting to keep updated, read something enlightening instead. You'll most likely hear about it later anyway.

7 – Live with Gratitude Every Day – Remind yourself It can always be worse.

Jaden is hopeful his travel stories will help others stay passionate about exploring while we wait. "I was obsessed to explore the Largest Cave in the World, Hang Son Doong Vietnam. I miss expeditions like this which is around 80 km total over 5 days, off the grid. Carrying 60-80 lbs of gear in my backpack. We spent 3 out of the 5 days in harness for the extensive rock climbing. We trekked thought almost 50 rivers, avoided hundreds of camouflaged, deadly poisonous Green Viper Snakes and countless leeches. This place is definitely a favorite the mind-blowing visuals were worth every minute." says Jaden

Jaden kept searching for more rare finds. This brought him to Canada to explore a melting glacier lake at the top of a mountain. The only way to get there was by helicopter. "I want my photos to mean something. Being submersed in complete silence mixed with periodic loud thunderous booms, from ice breaking underneath us, as it melts is such a rush. The melted ice created a beautiful turquoise glacier stream, perfect for a day of kayaking, photos and film." says Jaden.

When asked about his photography techniques, "I do a lot of handheld shooting. I use tripods in low light situations and for astro. Most of my shots with a person in the shot, it's an athlete, model or myself. All of my MilkyWay shots is an actual person, or myself, that held their breath to stay perfectly still for the shot. I also look for ways to light my environments to add a sense of wonder. I use Adobe Lightroom for all of my edits and like to keep it pretty basic. A lot of my camera gear and settings Il post on my Instagram to help other photographers wanting to achieve a similar effect." says Jaden.

Today, the passionately founded team at Gregg Jaden Studios use their expertise to help small and major Brands with commercial photography and engaging experiences. They are transformative commercial filmmakers generating ideas for Brands. From concept to creation, they invite clients to recreate their Brand image through a more primal photographic/film presence. Step into the conversation in Instagram @greggjaden_ with one of the prominent Los Angeles Filmmakers. Visit

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Global Online Travel Payment Market 2020 Segmentation, Demand, Growth, Trend, Opportunity and Forecast to 2025

“Online Travel Payment – Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers and Analysis of Top Key Players to 2025”

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, June 30, 2020 / — Updated Research Report of Online Travel Payment Market 2020-2025:

Summary: –

Wiseguyreports.Com Adds “Online Travel Payment – Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers and Analysis of Top Key Players to 2025” To Its Research Database.


According to this study, over the next five years the Online Travel Payment market will register a xx% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach $ xx million by 2025, from $ xx million in 2019. In particular, this report presents the global revenue market share of key companies in Online Travel Payment business, shared in Chapter 3.

This report presents a comprehensive overview, market shares and growth opportunities of Online Travel Payment market by type, application, key companies and key regions.

This study considers the Online Travel Payment value generated from the sales of the following segments:

Segmentation by type: breakdown data from 2015 to 2020 in Section 2.3; and forecast to 2025 in section 10.7.
Credit Card Payment
Non-credit Payment

Segmentation by application: breakdown data from 2015 to 2020, in Section 2.4; and forecast to 2025 in section 10.8.
Domestic Travel
Overseas Travel

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This report also splits the market by region: Breakdown data in Chapter 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8.
United States
Southeast Asia
Middle East & Africa
South Africa
GCC Countries

The report also presents the market competition landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the major vendor/manufacturers in the market. The key manufacturers covered in this report: Breakdown data in in Chapter 3.
easyJet PLC
Alibaba Group Holdings
Booking Holdings
Tencent Holdings

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In addition, this report discusses the key drivers influencing market growth, opportunities, the challenges and the risks faced by key players and the market as a whole. It also analyzes key emerging trends and their impact on present and future development.

Research objectives
To study and analyze the global Online Travel Payment market size by key regions/countries, type and application, history data from 2015 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.
To understand the structure of Online Travel Payment market by identifying its various subsegments.
Focuses on the key global Online Travel Payment players, to define, describe and analyze the value, market share, market competition landscape, SWOT analysis and development plans in next few years.
To analyze the Online Travel Payment with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market.

Table of Contents

1 Scope of the Report

2 Executive Summary

3 Global Online Travel Payment by Players

4 Online Travel Payment by Regions

5 Americas


7 Europe

8 Middle East & Africa

9 Market Drivers, Challenges and Trends

10 Global Online Travel Payment Market Forecast

11 Key Players Analysis



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Zavvy Network Sponsors the International Sugarcane Spirits Awards

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SEATTLE , WA, UNITED STATES, June 29, 2020 / — The International Sugarcane Spirits Awards (ISS Awards) is a promising new competition aiming to become the world’s leading authority on sugarcane spirits. With leadership from Ian Burrell, Cyrille Hugon, and Cyrille Mald, the competition brings expertise from both the Paris and UK Rum Festivals. Add in a global lineup of stellar judges, and rum brands and consumers can expect an honest evaluation of sugarcane spirits.

The judging panel consists of trusted authorities recognized for their depth of experience with rum and sugarcane spirits, including Dirk Becker, Isadora Bello Fornari, Lisette Davis, Emiliano Fernandez-Peña, John Gibbons, Jerry Gitany, Marco Graziano, Peter Holland, Suzanne Lone, Matt Pietrek, and others to be announced.

Federico Hernandez, partner at and Network, has added both platforms as official media sponsors of the ISS Awards.

“Ian shared the idea of creating this type of spirit competition, with top-notch judges from around the world who can provide authentic evaluations. We at Zavvy and TheRumLab are very happy to know that Cyrill Hugon, Cyrille Mald, and Ian Burrell partnered to take on the mission of establishing and executing it,” he said.

On July 6, 2020 (6pm BST), Zavvy and the ISS Awards will host a livestream event to unveil the full details of the competition and explore its lineup of judges. You can register to attend free at

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Bahamas Tourism Working to Reopen Phase 2 on July 1

NASSAU, BAHAMAS, June 29, 2020 / — The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation is preparing for Phase 2 of the Tourism Readiness and Recovery Plan, which will begin on Wednesday, July 1, and allow for the resumption of international travel to The Bahamas.

Policies and Procedures for all travelers visiting The Bahamas beginning July 1 are as follows. Plans continue to evolve in response to COVID-19 trends, and so additional guidance will be communicated as details are available.

– Due to the recent increase of COVID-19 cases in the U.S., and in an abundance of caution for the health and safety of both travelers and residents, all incoming visitors must present a COVID-19 RT-PCR Negative (Swab) Test upon arrival. Those arriving in The Bahamas between July 1 and July 7 must present results no more than ten (10) days old. Those arriving in The Bahamas after July 7 must present results no more than seven (7) days old. Select individuals will not be required to provide a test:

— Children under the age of two (2)
— Children between the ages of 3-10, provided their state or county of residence does not administer tests for children under that age. Parent or guardian must provide proof of testing restriction upon arrival.
— Private pilots who do not deplane
— Bahamian citizens, residents and homeowners who are returning to The Bahamas from English speaking CARICOM countries
— Bahamian citizens and legal residents who are returning to The Bahamas from countries where they cannot obtain a COVID-19 RT-PCR (Swab) Test. Proof of their inability to receive a test must be presented upon arrival and traveler will be required to quarantine for 14 days.
—–Quarantine time may be reduced if the traveler opts to take a test at their own expense and receives a negative result.
–Bahamian citizens and legal residents who have been out of The Bahamas for less than 72 hours; however, they will be required to quarantine for 14 days.
—–Quarantine time may be reduced if the traveler opts to take a COVID-19 RT-PCR (Swab) Test, at their own expense, and receives a negative result.
–All travelers will be required to complete an electronic Health Visa prior to departure at Each traveler will need to upload their test results and provide contact information that is crucial for contact tracing purposes. An automated response will be provided upon completion, and it is essential that travelers present proof of confirmation upon arrival in their destination.
–No quarantine will be required upon arrival, however, travelers who show symptoms of COVID-19 may be transferred to an area away from other passengers for further testing and evaluation.
–At airports and seaports, healthcare personnel will conduct temperature screenings for all incoming visitors. Travelers will be required to wear a face mask in any situation where it is necessary to enforce physical distancing guidelines, such as when entering and transiting air and sea terminals, while navigating security and customs screenings, and at baggage claim.
—-New fines and penalties for all persons, including Bahamian residents and visitors have been established for those not wearing face masks in areas where it is required.

As part of Phase 2, hotels and vacation rentals, including Airbnb and HomeAway will open to guests. Domestic and International airlines are permitted to resume service, and many are beginning to announce plans for their return to The Bahamas:

– Southwest will resume daily service between Baltimore and Nassau on July 1
– JetBlue will resume daily service between New York (JFK) and Nassau as well as Fort Lauderdale and Nassau on July 2
– Delta Airlines will be resuming its twice daily Atlanta to Nassau service July 2
– United Airlines announced its daily Houston to Nassau and Newark to Nassau service will resume July 6 while Saturday-only Denver to Nassau service will resume July 11
– American Airlines will resume daily flights between Charlotte and Nassau; Miami and Exuma; Miami and Eleuthera and twice daily flights between Miami and Nassau on July 7

Additional airlift resumptions are expected to be announced in the coming weeks. Travelers should check with airlines directly for details on recommencement of service and any protocols for travel.

This July 1 tourism re-entry builds on and supports existing government rules and regulations, which already allows for the resumption of travel for international boaters, yachters and those traveling on private aviation as well as inter-island domestic travel for Bahamian citizens and residents. Phase 3, beginning July 13, allows for the reopening of attractions, excursions and tours. Phase 4, beginning July 27, allows for vendors (including straw vendors) and jet ski operators to resume operations.

Once on island, travelers should expect to follow The Bahamas’ “Healthy Traveler Campaign” that encourages both visitors and residents to continue practicing social distancing measures, regularly wash hands or use hand sanitizers, and pack appropriate PPE such as face masks, just as they would their swimsuits and sunscreen.

A Certification Agency has been established – representing a collaboration between the Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Health, and other regulatory agencies – to enforce a Clean & Pristine certification program across the islands. All tourism related, customer-facing entities in The Bahamas must verify they have in place and are adhering to the Government approved health and safety guidelines to receive Clean & Pristine certification. Adequate signage outlining policies will be clearly displayed at all locations helping to guide staff and visitors. Travelers are encouraged to visit direct business websites prior to booking or traveling to ensure they are aware and comfortable with the policies they will need to abide by.

Reopening of borders will continue to be monitored and guided by The Bahamas government and health officials. Reopening dates are subject to change based on COVID-19 trends, if there is a deterioration in improvement or if government and health organizations deem these phases unsafe for residents or visitors.

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism & Aviation believes it is an absolute baseline requirement for consumers to have a comfort level that The Bahamas is a safe and healthy destination to visit, and the ultimate goal is for that to remain the case. Additional details about on-island protocols as well as more information or to view the Tourism Readiness and Recovery Plan, please visit


Anita Johnson-Patty
Bahamas Ministry of Tourism
+1 954-236-9292
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Source: EIN Presswire