Premier could be suspended for Coronavirus, according to ‘The Telegraph’

first_imgPremier League regulations does not include any emergency measures in case the competition had to be suspended, so it would be necessary to reach an agreement between clubs and the competition itself to decant the end of the competition. Perhaps it would not affect Liverpool, just four wins from winning the league title. Yes, the teams that would downgrade or those that would qualify for European competitions would be in debate.Anyway, if the competition was suspended, real possibility always according to the information of the English press, Liverpool could run out of its coveted Premier. One of the options that are considered is that the season is suspended or, what is the same, that nothing that has happened in the first months of competition had any kind of validity. The effect of Coronavirus continues to alter the normal rhythm of sports competitions. Although in Italy already closed games are going to be held, in the United Kingdom they could take another step. As reportedThe telegraph’ Y ‘Times’, the British government is considering suspending all sporting events in Britain due to the spread of the disease.At the moment, there is no certainty that this will be the case and it continues to depend on the increase in cases in the coming weeks. In the event that the drastic measure was finally adopted, also there would be the possibility that the Premier League matches were played behind closed doors. But what would happen to the competition if the duels are not played?last_img read more

Virgin Atlantic and Jet Airways expand code sharing agreement

first_imgVirgin Atlantic has expanded its code-share agreement with Jet Airways, which will help the Virgin airline in offering new travel options to four Indian cities— Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai and Kolkata. The flights will be connecting between Delhi and London Heathrow service, with the Indian domestic code-share flights being operated by Jet Airways.The extended agreement would offer customers with the convenience of having all of their boarding passes issued at the originating airport, whether their travel originates in the India or UK.Nick Parker, Head of India and Middle East, Virgin Atlantic said, “It is really important to us to be able to offer our customers convenient one-stop options to get to where they want to fly. As part of our commitment to the Indian market, we already operate a successful code-share with Jet Airways between Mumbai and London, and we are delighted that our partnership is allowing us to open up other popular destinations in India for our customers.”Commenting on the development, Jet Airways, Chief Commercial Officer, Raj Sivakumar said, “We are indeed pleased to offer enhanced and seamless connectivity to Virgin Atlantic guests by offering seamless travel through this expanded code-share arrangement, providing our guests more options in the growing India-UK.”Virgin Atlantic has a daily flight service between Delhi and London Heathrow on a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, the newest aircraft in its fleet. Virgin Atlantic presently has six Boeing 787-9s in its fleet and is expecting 11 more by the end of 2018.last_img read more