Spain opens borders to all vaccinated travellers

Spain opens its borders to vaccinated travellers from all over the world on June 7, hoping an influx of visitors will revitalize its all-important tourism sector which has been battered by the coronavirus pandemic.

"Spain is a safe destination," Health Minister Carolina Darias insisted, adding that the country was "in the process of reclaiming its global leadership in tourism".

Wizz Air to gradually reopen 27 air routes operated from Romania to nine other countries

A number of 27 routes operated from some airports in Romania to destinations in nine countries will be gradually reopened by Wizz Air, according to a press release of the airline, sent to AGERPRES on Friday. The reopening of the flights will take place until June 6.

Lufthansa: Seven new Greek destinations this summer

Lufthansa is more than doubling its itinerary in Greece with the addition of seven brand new destinations for this summer. From May 21, 2021, Aktio, Chania, Corfu, Kavala, Kos, Mykonos, and Zakynthos will welcome the German air carrier for the first time. This is Lufthansa's largest increase in its 62 years of presence in Greece.

Turkey condemns 'racist attack' against citizen in Germany

Turkey's ruling party spokesman on May 16  strongly condemned police violence against a Turkish citizen in Germany's Frankfurt, describing it as a "racist attack".

"This is a racist and fascist attack. It has nothing to do with public order," Ömer Çelik, spokesman for the AKP, said on Twitter, sharing the video of the police using violence against the Turkish citizen.

Flixbus’s Ljubljana-Belgrade line back after more than a year

Ljubljana – The bus operator Flixbus is relaunching its bus route from Slovenia to Serbia after more than a year of inactivity. Starting on May 20, its coaches will be taking passengers on the Ljubljana-Belgrade route four times a week, while adhering to the epidemiologic measures.

Sanofi to help produce 100 mln Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine doses

Sanofi will fill and pack millions of doses of Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine from July in an effort to help meet the huge demand for the US drugmaker's shots.

The French company will aim to help supply more than 100 million doses of the vaccine this year from its German plant in Frankfurt, CEO Paul Hudson told Le Figaro newspaper on Tuesday.