September 2004
Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;9/3/2004, Issue 1734, p72
Trade Publication
This article presents news briefs, related to the travel industry, as of September 03, 2004. Ryanair PLC, plans to announce large expansion plans at Glasgow Prestwick Airport. The airline is expected to unveil several new routes to mainland Europe from the Scottish airport. Eurostar said it is disappointed by union bosses' decision to ballot members over further strike action. Alitalia SpA, has warned it may not have enough cash to survive until the end of the month. The carrier has 72 million euros in cash, but claimed it may not be enough to carry on trading after September.


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