SUNx Malta Looking for Greta Thunberg’s for Travel and Tourism

SUNx Malta | August 17, 2020

SUNx Malta is working to build a “Climate Friendly Travel” future – Low-carbon: SDG-linked: Paris 1.5 trajectory. Our goal is to help companies and communities boost their Climate Resilience.
We know that Covid-19 is today’s harsh reality, but we believe that existential Climate Change will be many times worse, and that we also need to prepare smartly and thoughtfully for a Climate Neutral future, while responding to the pandemic.

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You’re not going crazy. Codeshare means you bought a ticket with one airline, but the flight is operated by another. Good news is it can make for easier connections. The standalone letter reveals booking class. Q is Coach Economy, so if you’re supposed to be in First Class then “Houston, we have a problem.”

Spotlight

You’re not going crazy. Codeshare means you bought a ticket with one airline, but the flight is operated by another. Good news is it can make for easier connections. The standalone letter reveals booking class. Q is Coach Economy, so if you’re supposed to be in First Class then “Houston, we have a problem.”

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