(Bloomberg) -- Airline shares tumbled the most since the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, as an emerging virus variant prompted travel restrictions and fears of crimped demand for flights. Most Read from BloombergBillionaire Family Feud Puts a Century-Old Business Empire in JeopardyAsia’s Richest Man Looks to Walton Family Playbook on SuccessionAn Arab City’s Booming Art Scene Is Also a Grab at Soft PowerThe 24-Year-Old Aiming to Dethrone Victoria’s SecretThe Winners and Losers From a Year o
The news sent British Airways owner IAG plummeting as much as 20% on the day to its lowest level since November 2020, it has recovered slightly and is now trading 10% lower.
(Bloomberg) -- After waiting for more than 600 days, passengers across Europe crowded into airports to catch their first flights to the U.S. since early in the Covid-19 pandemic. Most Read from BloombergWhy Hong Kong Is Building Apartments the Size of Parking SpacesWhere Did All the Public Bathrooms Go?What It Means to Design a Space for ‘Care’COP26 Protests: Inflatable Cows, Megaphones and a RainbowThe Rising Pacific Forces a Native Village to Move. Who Will Pay?Among the travelers anxious to f