British Airways CEO’s optimistic travel may resume on May 17 By Reuters

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LONDON (Reuters) – The British Airways chief executive said he was optimistic international travel could resume from May 17 despite Britain warning on Monday that it was too early to say whether the holiday could restart. “We are optimistic that travel can resume on May 17, and the British public must not lose hope, and we remain optimistic that this will happen,” BA CEO Sean Doyle said in an online briefing. .

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