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Skift: Ryanair CEO Says Brexit Will Likely Hurt Profits For Four Years

Europe’s biggest discount carrier has already put in place contingency plans including shifting growth away from the U.K. for the next two years, affecting its base at London Stansted Airport already this winter season. As part of the adjustments, the Dublin-based carrier won’t be assigning any of about 50 new aircraft due for delivery this year to U.K. routes.
Marine Strauss and Benjamin Katz (Bloomberg)

Skift

Drinkee, Sofi Tukker

Finance: Hotelirji z najboljšim letom po 2012, a še vedno – tako kot v vseh letih od 2008 – z izgubo

Največjo rast prihodkov pa v zadnjem letu dosegajo družbe, ki imajo kot svojo osnovno dejavnost navedeno upravljanje avtokampov. Panoga, ki po prihodkih sicer pomeni le odstotek dejavnosti upravljanja hotelov, je lani prikazala za 2,5-krat več prihodkov kot leta 2008.
Jure Ugovšek (Finance)

Finance

Dnevnik: V nekaterih državah turističnih taks sploh ne poznajo

Za dvig konkurenčnosti slovenskega turizma oziroma njegov hitrejši razvoj je treba zagotoviti dodatna finančna sredstva. Kot eno izmed možnosti za dosego tega cilja, ki pa hkrati ne bi finančno obremenila podjetij, preučujemo tudi možnost dviga turistične takse.
Ministrstvo za gospodarski razvoj in tehnologijo

Dnevnik

Daily Mail: Malta revealed as Lonely Planet magazine’s top ‘secret’ destination

1. Malta 2. Seoul, South Korea 3. Vojvodina, Serbia
Lonely Planet

Daily Mail

Skift: Air Berlin, in Financial Peril, May Send 40 Aircraft to a Competitor

Focusing Air Berlin’s remaining fleet on the Berlin and Dusseldorf hubs would allow Abu Dhabi-based Etihad to keep its access to vital links and continue transporting passengers from Asia and the Middle East to Europe on its own networks. It would also shrink Air Berlin’s route network to a more viable size.
Richard Weiss (Bloomberg)

Skift

BBC: The golden child who loves to fail

A culture – some might say a fetish – of failure permeates every open-floor office plan and shiny new Tesla in the Valley. You aren’t considered a bona fide success in Silicon Valley unless you have failed – ideally, multiple times and in spectacular fashion.
Eric Weiner (BBC)

BBC

Spiegel: Reisekomfort: Was der neue ICE 4 den Fahrgästen bringt

Noch in diesem Herbst sollen die ersten ICE 4 ihren 14 Monate währenden Probebetrieb aufnehmen, davon zwölf mit Fahrgästen an Bord. Der Testbetrieb soll die Zuverlässigkeit der Technik testen und helfen, "Kinderkrankheiten" noch rechtzeitig abzustellen. Mit dem Fahrplanwechsel im Dezember 2017 gehen die ersten ICE-4-Züge dann in den Regelbetrieb.
jus/AFP (Spiegel)

Spiegel

The Independent: Airlines making billions from booking fees and baggage charges

Florida-based carrier Spirit Airlines made the most in percentage terms, with ancillary fees making up 43.4 per cent of its revenue, according to a report by industry analysts Idea Works. British budget carriers Jet2 and Flybe also made it into the top ten of companies with the largest percentages of ancillary revenue, along with Irish low cost carrier Ryanair. Irish carrier Ryanair was one of the highest earning airlines overall – not just in percentage terms, like the other airlines listed. It made £1.3 billion in ancillary revenue, behind only United (£4.8bn), American (£3.6bn), Delta (£2.9bn), Air France/KLM (£1.66bn) and Southwest (£1.63bn).
Will Worley (The Independent)

The Independent

RTV Slovenija: Občina Cerklje želi, da bi Krvavec ostal v domačih rokah

Nekatere slovenske občine si izrazito prizadevajo, da bi čim prej uničile smučišča.
Žiga Sancin

RTV Slovenija

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