Month: November 2020

Watch Ademola Lookman’s Panenka miss: Angry Scott Parker says striker ‘needs to learn’ | Football News

first_img2:23 2:59 Ademola Lookman misses a Panenka penalty in the last minute against West Ham “If you miss a penalty like that, you put yourself right on show. He understands that, he’s disappointed more than anyone.“He’ll bounce back, he’s an unbelievable character and professional.” Ademola Lookman misses a Panenka penalty in the last minute against West Ham Lookman 1:16 Ademola Lookman West Ham vs Fulham Highlights Scott Parker says Ademola Lookman must learn from his panenka penalty miss which cost Fulham a point in the 1-0 defeat to West Ham. “My emotions are one of disappointment, anger a little bit,” Parker said of Lookman.- Advertisement – Scott Parker was left angry with Ademola Lookman’s failed Panenka attempt that cost Fulham a point at West Ham, declaring: “He needs to learn.”Lookman terrible’s attempt was saved in the last minute as Fulham slipped to a 1-0 defeat at West Ham after Tomas Soucek had fired home moments earlier.- Advertisement – Parker: I don’t know the offside rule!Parker was left equally as perplexed by the officials’ decision not to disallow West Ham’s goal as he believed Sebastian Haller was interfering with play when the initial ball was played into the box.A VAR review was undertaken for the goal but Stockley Park deemed the goal a legitimate one to the absolute bemusement of Parker, who questioned whether he even knows what constitutes offside anymore. Worst Premier League penalties Take a look at five of the worst penalties in Premier League history, featuring fluffed kicks from Wayne Rooney, Robert Pires, Luis Suarez and Harry Kane! Aleksandar Mitrovic had missed their previous penalty at Sheffield United this season and Parker said his striker would have taken the penalty but was suffering with an injury when the foul was awarded by VAR, so the second-choice Lookman stepped up.His duffed effort cost Parker and his side what would have been a deserved point in another improved showing. FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from West Ham’s win over Fulham in the Premier League. – Advertisement – – Advertisement – He said: “Haller is in an offside position and my centre-half has had to react and head the ball. We’ve got every gadget and gimmick in the game, but I don’t personally know the offside rule. And I don’t think a lot of people do.“What I do know is I played the game for a long time and now I coach a defence in terms of catching people offside. I understand if Haller is 25 yards away from my defender and not influencing the game. My defender can’t take the risk of leaving it. He’s reacted as Haller is on his shoulder – Haller is offside. And from there the goal has come. We need some clarity. It went to VAR but maybe the person looking at VAR doesn’t understand it either. Or understand the game.“We had to change a rule regarding handball. Why? Because defenders were being told to defend differently as it was a natural position in terms of putting your hands out. Maybe we have to go the same way with offside. I don’t understand how he’s not interfered with play.“If the offside rule is the one we’ve seen tonight, there isn’t one. You might as well drop your back line off and run this risk of playing offside. A backline is always working a line to catch people offside, it’s part and parcel of football. I’d like to think the VAR would have intervened as Haller is offside and he’s made my defender head it.”Opposite number David Moyes had sympathy with Parker, adding: “If I was Scott I’d be disappointed withthe goal because Seb runs offside. I think the whole offside rule with the delaying of the flag is a terrible rule.” “He’s a young player and when you are young you make mistakes. And you need to learn from them. That’s where Ade is tonight. Anyone can miss a penalty but if you decide to take a penalty like that you need to hit the back of the net. He needs to understand that. He’s been fantastic since he’s been here – we’ll see the character of him now as he’ll need to dust himself down. He needs to learn.last_img read more

E-brokers report outages as Dow jumps 1,000 points in vaccine rally

first_imgVanguard tweeted some clients were experiencing difficulty accessing their accounts. Fidelity said it is “experiencing high volumes this morning which impacted processing speeds.”Robinhood’s status remained “operational” according to the company’s website however, some Robinhood customers tweeted about issues with the app on Monday.Retail investors from Robinhood, Fidelity and Schwab have been excluded from big market days several times this year. In March during the record market volatility, the stock-trading sites and apps experienced day-long outages. Clients are taking to twitter on Monday to express their frustration with the outages.Interactive Brokers did not appear to be having technical issues.CNBC did not immediately hear back from the online brokers it reached out to for comment.Subscribe to CNBC PRO for exclusive insights and analysis, and live business day programming from around the world. – Advertisement – A pedestrian holding an umbrella walks past a Charles Schwab office in New York.Scott Eells | Bloomberg | Getty Images – Advertisement –center_img Stocks are surging on Monday but some customers of online brokers Charles Schwab, TD Ameritrade, Vanguard and others could be missing out on the record market highs.E-brokers are experiencing technical issues with their trading systems while the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 hit all-time highs from optimism around a Covid-19 vaccine. It was so far unclear how many customers of the brokers were unable to get timely access and make trades.“Due to a technical issue, clients may have difficulty logging in to website and mobile apps. We’re working to resolve this issue as quickly as possible. Hold times may be longer than usual,” Schwab Vice President of Trading and Derivatives Randy Frederick tweeted shortly after the opening bell.- Advertisement – U.S. equities are soaring after pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and German biotech firm BioNTech announced that their Covid-19 vaccine was more than 90% effective in preventing Covid-19 during trials. The Dow Jones Industrial Average traded more than 1,300 points higher, or 4.7% and hit an all-time high. The S&P 500 also reached a record, gaining more than 3.5%.“There are login issues with our apps. Until this is resolved, please use a browser and log in at or use our TOS desktop platform. We appreciate your patience,” TD Ameritrade tweeted from its company twitter account.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Kelly Dodd Slams ‘RHOC’ Costar Braunwyn Windham-Burke for Nannies

first_imgWhile Braunwyn has yet to publicly respond to Kelly’s diss, she has been open about going through personal changes in recent weeks. In addition to Sean temporally moving out of their OC home, she exclusively told Us Weekly that she was seeing someone “special” – who isn’t her husband of 20 years.Kelly Dodd Slams RHOC Costar Braunwyn Windham-Burke Season 15 ReunionBraunwyn Windham-Burke and Kelly Dodd Randy Shropshire/Bravo“There’s someone in my life right now that makes me happy and I smile just thinking about, but I kinda want to protect it right now,” Braunwyn told Us in October, noting she and Sean have no plans to divorce. “There are just some things that I have discovered about myself that I wanna explore a little more and he’s very supportive. He understands and, you know, I am living a very authentic life right now and I’ve never given myself permission to do that. … I’m 42 and there are just parts of me that … I pushed down and now I’m allowing myself to live authentically.”- Advertisement – “I never abandoned my daughter during Covid. She was with her grandmother and father when I was stuck in NYC. Braunwyn on the other hand travelled to Puerto Rico, Aspen, Salt Lake City and elsewhere without her kids who spent and continue to spend time with nannies, not their mom,” Kelly wrote, according to a screenshot. “I have on child (teenager). She has 7 including 4 ages 2-6.”Kelly Dodd Slams RHOC Costar Braunwyn Windham-Burke Season 15 ReunionKelly Dodd and Braunwyn Windham-Burke Shutterstock; BravoBraunwyn is the mother of Bella, 20, Rowan, 18, Jacob, 15, 7-year-old twins Caden and Curren, Koa, 5, and Hazel, 2, whom she shares with her husband, Sean Burke. Amid speculation about the couple’s marriage, Braunwyn was spotted spending time with new cast members from The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City in Utah and Real Housewives of New York City alum Barbara Kavovit in The Hamptons.Kelly, who shares 14-year-old daughter Jolie with ex-husband Michael Dodd, has also come under fire for her controversial comments about the COVID-19 crisis. She concluded, “There’s so much more I can’t wait to say at the reunion so stay tuned. Poor Braunwyn will be eaten alive.”- Advertisement – Consider Braunwyn Windham-Burke warned. Kelly Dodd slammed her Real Housewives of Orange County star via Instagram — and made it clear she won’t be holding back at the upcoming season 15 reunion taping.Kelly, 45, accused Braunwyn, 42, of being a hypocrite for traveling without her children in recent weeks amid the coronavirus pandemic.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Weeks later, Braunwyn announced that Sean moved home.“Thank you @seanwindhamburke for being by my side these past few crazy months,” the Bravo personality wrote on November 4 via Instagram. “We might be doing things our own way, but it’s working and it’s working well. So happy to have you back home.”Kelly Dodd Slams RHOC Costar Braunwyn Windham-Burke Season 15 Reunion Cast(L-R) Braunwyn Windham-Burke, Gina Kirschenheiter, Emily Simpson, Shannon Storms Beador, Kelly Dodd, Elizabeth Lyn Vargas. Tommy Garcia/Yavir Ramawtar/BravoThe Real Housewives of Orange County airs on Bravo Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET.Listen to Getting Real with the Housewives, your one-stop destination for Housewives news and exclusive interviewslast_img read more

Trump’s coronavirus chief urges Americans to gather for ‘their last Thanksgiving’

first_imgAs Media Matters reports, Atlas made his statement on Fox News. Once again beating his chest over the horrors of attempting to save people’s lives, Atlas insisted that it was more important to get together over that turkey than it was to keep elderly people safe. Atlas, who has been pushing for America to reach “herd immunity,” by infected a large percentage of the population of coronavirus, apparently didn’t get the note that he’s also supposed to say “while keeping the elderly safe.” Because he’s obviously wanting to make sure that every generation joins in the infection fun.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Don’t think of it as a holiday. Think of it as a culling of the weak. And pass the cranberries, please.There are some Republican governors who are starting to realize that maybe following Trump’s less than nothing policy isn’t the best idea. Unfortunately, they’re achieving this revelations as the hospitals in their states overflow. And most are still mouthing phrases like “acting with caution” that should have been discarded nine months ago. There’s little doubt that this Tuesday will bring 30-40,000 more cases of COVID-19 than the previous week. The new barriers that states are now rushing into place won’t have an impact on the raging national outbreak for at least another week, if not two.- Advertisement –center_img Meanwhile, the percentage of Americans who have tested positive for COVID-19 is all the way up to 3.4%. Meaning that the United States has made essentially no progress toward achieving herd immunity  despite 11 million cases, 252,000 dead, and record levels of hospitalization pushing the healthcare system to the edge across the country. Herd immunity cannot be achieved, not without digging literally millions dead. And with at least two effective vaccines just months away, there’s no reason anyone should be pushing this idea at all.This is the home stretch. The time when hunkering down should get the most … hunkery. And it’s definitely the time when every family should be skipping the big gathering.When vaccines are widely available and families can gather with relative safety, we can all celebrate another Thanksgiving in March or April. In fact, a new national holiday to commemorate a new hope at the end of this international nightmare seems entirely appropriate.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Airliner water still has problems, EPA says

first_img The new results “confirm the presence of bacteria at levels warranting continued EPA scrutiny,” the agency said. “Passengers with compromised immune systems or others concerned may want to request canned or bottled beverages and refrain from drinking tea or coffee unless made with bottled water.” The latest tests show an increase from the previous round of tests last August and September, when about 13% of planes (20 of 158) had coliform bacteria in their water. But in that round, two planes tested positive for E coli. In response to the findings, the Air Transport Association (ATA), which includes 14 major airlines, said aircraft drinking water comes directly from municipal water supplies. Most US airlines serve bottled water and other bottled beverages, the ATA said. In addition, the airlines buy ice from caterers that are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. The EPA tested water from both galleys and lavatory sinks. Coliform bacteria were found in water from lavatory sinks on 21 planes, from galley sinks on 4 planes, and from both galleys and lavatories on 4 planes. “We believe the most significant finding by the EPA is that there were no positive test results for any harmful bacteria,” Nancy Young, the ATA’s managing director of environmental programs, said in a news release. See also: She added that aircraft lavatories are “essentially public restrooms, where there’s a high potential for cross-contamination of [water] samples.” The ATA also said federal agencies have never reported any illness cases caused by airline drinking water. Jan 25, 2005 (CIDRAP News) – The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said last week that some passengers on US airliners may want to consider drinking only canned or bottled beverages, after the latest round of water tests again showed signs of potential contamination on some planes. About 17% of airliners tested last November and December—29 of 169 planes—had total coliform bacteria in their drinking water, but no Escherichia coli was found, the EPA announced last week. A finding of total coliform bacteria in water indicates that pathogenic bacteria could be present, while E coli is a sign of recent contamination with human or animal waste, according to the EPA. Airlines covered by the agreement are Alaska, Aloha, American, America West, ATA, Continental, Hawaiian, JetBlue, Midwest, Northwest, United, and US Airways. Delta and Southwest are negotiating separate agreements with the EPA, the agency said. Jan 19 EPA news release Nov 11, 2004, CIDRAP News Story, “EPA, airlines announce pact on drinking-water safety” Last November the EPA announced an interim agreement with the ATA on drinking-water safety steps and promised to conduct further water tests. The airlines agreed to test the drinking-water systems on all aircraft over the ensuing year, disinfect drinking-water systems quarterly, and immediately disinfect any system that fails to meet standards. EPA information on E coli O157:H7 in drinking water read more

US must improve pandemic preparedness, group warns

first_img Projecting that 2.3 million people would need hospital beds in a pandemic, TFAH warns that the nation isn’t ready for pandemic flu and should prepare quickly. The United States lags behind the United Kingdom and Canada in pandemic planning, TFAH said, adding that the country hasn’t planned for the economic or social disruption that a pandemic would foster. To minimize loss from an outbreak in the near term, the country should immediately move to improve outbreak tracking, stockpile drugs and medical gear, and create or enhance communications plans. The report visualizes a pandemic midway in severity between that of 1918-19, which killed an estimated 500,000 Americans, and the relatively mild pandemic of 1968-69, which killed about 40,000 people. TFAH report By comparison, the typical seasonal flu bugs kill an average of 36,000 Americans a year, with 200,000 flu victims needing hospital care, according to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta. See also: Mid-range steps based on the possibility of a pandemic in the next several years include stockpiling antiviral drugs, such as oseltamivir, that may prevent or minimize flu illnesses and developing surge capacity plans for hospitals and other providers. The TFAH report emphasizes steps the United States needs to take to prepare for pandemic flu, including boosting federal leadership, expanding national and state pandemic plans into more useful blueprints, obtaining sufficient antiviral medication for treating flu, and developing a process to hasten federal approval of a pandemic vaccine. Jun 28, 2005 (CIDRAP News) – Pandemic influenza could kill 540,000 Americans and sicken up to 66.9 million, according to a recent report by the nonprofit organization Trust for America’s Health (TFAH). “Travel restrictions, possible limitations on public gatherings and events, and other measures taken to limit the spread of disease would also have rapid and far-reaching repercussions. Since a pandemic could likely result in political and economic destabilization, particularly in developing countries, it poses serious national security concerns for the US.” The group recommends three kinds of steps for US leaders and policy makers, geared to different time horizons:center_img In contrast, infectious disease expert Michael T. Osterholm, PhD, MPH, has published estimates that a virus as virulent as the 1918 one could kill 1.7 million Americans today, half of them young adults. Osterholm is director of the University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, publisher of this Web site. Recent estimates of deaths and illness cases in a pandemic have varied widely. The CDC estimates deaths at 89,000 to 207,000, hospitalizations at 314,000 to 733,000, and outpatient clinic visits at 18 million to 42 million. A mild pandemic could cost the United States between $71.3 billion and $166.5 billion from death and lost productivity, TFAH estimates. Further, the report states, “The US would be impacted by the global implications as soon as a pandemic outbreak occurred in any part of the world due to the interdependence of economies. Sectors, such as hospitals and the health care system, which rely on supplies manufactured in other parts of the world, including Asia, would feel immediate repercussions and supply shortages. Other recommended steps include defining needed roles and responsibilities of different levels of government, developing mass vaccination and treatment systems, determining who should receive the limited supply of antivirals and vaccines, and planning to create a backup workforce of healthcare workers and even pandemic survivors. Longer-term steps, assuming the nation has several years to prepare for a pandemic, include boosting the production and development of new technologies for vaccines. CDC’s flu site Department of Health and Human Services pandemic plan CIDRAP pandemic flu overview TFAH news release read more

In the first six months, growth of 22 percent in arrivals and 23 percent in overnight stays was achieved

first_imgAccording to the eVisitor system, which includes tourist traffic generated in commercial and non-commercial facilities and nautical charter (eCrew system), 5.7 million arrivals and 22.9 million overnight stays were realized in Croatia during the first six months. Compared to the same period last year, there are increases of 22 percent in arrivals and 23 percent in overnight stays. Out of the total number of arrivals and overnight stays, foreign tourists realized 4.8 million arrivals (+24 percent) and 20 million overnight stays (+24 percent), and domestic tourists also increased with a growth of 14 percent in arrivals and 20 percent in overnight stays.”The results of tourist traffic in the first six months of this year are a confirmation that Croatia is becoming a year-round destination. The fact is that we have a competitive product and excellent resource bases, but we are a constantly growing destination precisely because of the dedicated work and effort of all tourism workers, and I would like to thank them for that. I am extremely glad that in addition to our traditional markets, such as Germany, Austria and Slovenia, we are achieving excellent results in markets such as the United Kingdom, Poland, the United States, where we have achieved growth of over 30 percent. Numerous new airlines connecting Croatian destinations with countries around the world have certainly made a great contribution to these results. I believe that the great trends will continue for the rest of the year and that this will give another impetus to the development of tourism and the entire Croatian economy. ” pointed out the Minister of Tourism Gari Cappelli and added that the growth of tourist traffic in the period outside the summer months is one of the foundations for increasing competitiveness and sustainable development of tourism in Croatia and therefore it is necessary to continue to develop in this direction.Istria continues to be the leader with the most overnight staysThus, from January to June, the highest number of overnight stays was realized in Istria (6.82 million overnight stays), Kvarner (3.92 million overnight stays), and in the Split-Dalmatia County (3.88 million overnight stays). They are followed by Dubrovnik-Neretva County with 2.36 million overnight stays, Zadar County with 2.28 million overnight stays, Šibenik-Knin County with 1.23 million overnight stays, Zagreb with 961 thousand overnight stays, and Lika-Senj County with 615 thousand overnight stays. Not counting the city of Zagreb, a total of 800 thousand overnight stays were realized on the continent, and the highest number of overnight stays was realized in Karlovac (154 thousand overnight stays), Krapina-Zagorje (145 thousand overnight stays) and Osijek-Baranja County (86 thousand overnight stays). Looking at destinations, most overnight stays were realized in Dubrovnik, Rovinj, Poreč, Zagreb and Split.During the first six months of this year, most overnight stays were realized by tourists from Germany (4.94 million overnight stays), Austria (2.20 million overnight stays), Slovenia (1.98 million overnight stays), the United Kingdom (1.26 million overnight stays) and Poland (1.05 million overnight stays). Out of the total number of overnight stays, most of them were realized in hotels (8.72 million overnight stays), household facilities (5.48 million overnight stays) and camps (4.24 million overnight stays), while more than 890 thousand overnight stays were realized in nautical charter.In June, a high increase in tourist traffic was recordedLooking at June alone alone, there were 2.68 million arrivals and 13.54 million overnight stays. Compared to June last year, there is an increase in arrivals of 32 percent, while in overnight stays there was an increase of 33 percent. Of the total number of arrivals and overnight stays in June, foreign tourists accounted for 2.43 million arrivals (+34 percent) and 12.98 million overnight stays (+34 percent), while domestic tourists recorded increases of 18 percent in arrivals and 28 percent in overnight stays. In June, the highest number of overnight stays was recorded in Istria (4.26 million overnight stays), Kvarner (2.49 million overnight stays) and Split-Dalmatia County (2.39 million overnight stays). They are followed by Zadar County with 1.57 million overnight stays, Dubrovnik-Neretva County with 1.13 million overnight stays, Šibenik-Knin County with 825 thousand overnight stays, Lika-Senj County with 423 thousand overnight stays, and Zagreb with 245 thousand overnight stays.In June, the highest number of overnight stays on the continent was realized in Karlovac County with 69 thousand overnight stays and in Krapina-Zagorje County with 24 thousand overnight stays. In June, most overnight stays were realized by tourists from Germany (3.45 million overnight stays), Austria (1.24 million overnight stays), Slovenia (1.18 million overnight stays), the Czech Republic (795 thousand overnight stays) and Poland (789 thousand overnight stays).Revenues from tourism in the 1st quarter of 2017 increased by 2,3 percentAccording to the Croatian National Bank (CNB), in the first three months of 2017, revenues from tourism amounted to EUR 395,9 million, which is an increase of 386,9% compared to the same period last year (EUR 2,3 million), ie growth of 9 million.The share of revenues from travel – tourism in total GDP amounted to 3,7 percent in that period, which compared to the same period in 2016 represents a decrease in the share of 0,1 percentage points.”The revenues generated in tourism in the first three months of this year are an indicator that Croatian tourism is becoming stronger and that exceptional results are being achieved throughout the year. Given the investments planned this year in the hotel sector and additional facilities, but also given the results of tourism so far, I believe that even more significant revenue growth will be achieved in the rest of the year and that we will be even closer to our goal of 14 billion euros revenue in tourism by 2020″ stressed Tourism Minister Gary Cappelli.last_img read more

Historical record at Split Airport

first_imgThis September, Split Airport broke all records in the number of passengers, so it recorded two million passengers at the end of August, a month earlier than last year.With more than a hundred flights a day during the season, Split Airport is connected directly with as many as 60 airlines, which connect the capital of Dalmatia with 105 destinations around the world. Split Airport has had an increase in the number of passengers every year for the past five years. Their number rose from 1,6 million in 2013 to last year’s record of 2,3 million. According to the announcements of an excellent post-season, 2,5 million passengers are expected to land in Split by the end of this year.Low cost carriers are the most important group in Split, bringing as many as half of passengers to Resnik. According to previous announcements by airlines, the growth trend of traffic and passengers, as well as aircraft, continues in the off-season. The number of passengers has doubled in the last ten years, although the practice is to double the traffic at airports over 15 years, which is another proof of the exceptional success of this domestic airport. Works on the reconstruction and extension of the passenger terminal, which is being expanded by an additional 35 thousand square meters, for which the Airport has provided its own funds, should be completed by the 2018 season.Volotea will fly Split – PalermoSpanish low-cost airline Volotea has announced its 2018 summer flight schedule. In the summer flight schedule for 2018 with flights to Venice and the French cities of Marseille, Toulouse, Bordeaux and Nantes, the novelty is the line Split – Palermo in Sicily, which from June 27, 2018 departs once a week on Wednesdays. A smaller Boeing 717-200 aircraft will fly on this route. This year’s lines from Venice to Split will receive one additional flight per week compared to 2017.last_img read more

Zadar County rewards the best renters

first_imgBy the way, the Welcome Awards for the best renters in Zadar County is a project of Zadar County which aims to encourage and emphasize the importance of quality approach in managing family accommodation, and the goal of the project is to raise quality and enrich the offer of family accommodation in Zadar County The awards are given once a year in order to motivate the private tourism sector to improve the quality of destination promotion and encourage the introduction of innovations, encourage the creation and development of new products and tourism promotion and recognition of efforts made by participants in promoting family accommodation in Zadar County. of the best achievements in tourism in Zadar County. Each landlord can apply with the same facility in several different categories, and the winners win plaques financial prize of 5.000 to 15.000 kuna as well as free presentation in the daily press, on the website of Zadar County and Zadar County Tourist Board as an example of good practice in tourism. Zadar County has announced a public call for awards for the best landlords in Zadar County.All renters of rooms, apartments / studio apartments and holiday homes in the Zadar County who have the quality label “WELCOME” are invited to apply for the Welcome Awards for the best renters in Zadar County.center_img Private renters of rooms, apartments / studio apartments and holiday homes in the Zadar County who have the “WELCOME” quality label or have submitted an application for the “WELCOME” quality label can apply for the Public Invitation for the Welcome Awards for the best renters in Zadar County .Prizes will be awarded for three main categories of accommodation: rooms, apartments / studio apartments and holiday homes. The public call will be open from October 22, 2018 to November 9, 2018. More details attached.Attachment:Rules for awarding welcome prizes for the bestWelcome Award Application Formlast_img read more connects Pula with five cities in the UK

first_imgCurrently, airline tickets to Birmingham can be found on their official website for the price of £ 40. The flights will take place once a week, on Sundays, until October 06, 2019. Yesterday, the low-cost airline started its flight towards a new route in Croatia, from Birmingham to Pula.center_img In addition to the newly opened line to Birmingham, flies from Pula to four other destinations in the UK: Leeds Bradford (Wednesdays and Sundays in the period from 05.05. to 06.10. 2019), Manchester (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays in the period from 05.05. to 29.10. 2019),  London Stansted (Thursdays and Sundays in the period from May 23.05 to September 29.09, 2019) and Edinburgh (Saturdays, in the period from May 25.05 to September 21.09, 2019)last_img read more