Lufthansa, a member of the Star Alliance group, has not operated on its two seasonal lines since October: from Munich to Pula and Zadar. Although the lines were operating in October, the company stopped operating on them earlier this year due to the impact of the global pandemic or reduced demand, according to Croatian Aviation. Lufthansa will cut off traffic to Adriatic airports earlier than in previous years, and there will be a reduction in the number of weekly flights on the Munich-Zagreb route. Line Munich – Zagreb will operate 17 times a week until October 5; on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. From October 18, there will be only three flights a week on this line, on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Germany’s Lufthansa will drastically reduce the number of operations at Croatian airports by the end of October. Line Frankfurt – Split will operate once a week, on Saturdays, until October 17th. The company operated on this line 4 times a week in August, and 3 in September. Line Munich – Split will operate four times a week, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, until October 24th. Line Frankfurt – Zadar will operate once a week, on Saturdays, until October 24th. It is one flight less per week compared to September, and two compared to August. Line Frankfurt – Pula will run until October 17, once a week on Saturdays. Here, too, there is one flight less per week than in September, and two less than in August. Line Frankfurt – Dubrovnik will operate once a week, on Saturdays, until October 17th. Lufthansa operated on this line 3 times in August and twice a week in September. Line Munich – Dubrovnik will operate four times a week, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, until October 24th. Photo: Lufthansa The company will have in October 7 active lines according to Croatian airports, two less than in the previous month. Although the number of lines did not decrease significantly, it did occur large reductions in the number of weekly flights to Croatian destinations.
The NYPD is confirming there has been a significant drop in arrests since the day officer Daniel Pantaleo was fired for his actions in the 2014 death of Eric Garner.The decline was initially found in a report.According to the report, arrests decreased 27-percent in the week after Pantaleo’s firing on August 19., in comparison to last year.Police officials say the decrease was mainly for low-level crimes and that officers are still keeping the city safe.Police unions have criticized the police commissioner and mayor for Pantaleo’s firing and urged officers to proceed with caution when making arrests.Related content:DOJ: No charges in Chokehold Death of Eric Garner, family “Can’t Breathe”
Students interested in agriculture science and its related fields of study have been urged to apply for free scholarships at the Harbel Community College in Margibi County.The president of the college, Syrulwa Somah, said the scholarships are being offered with the intention of encouraging Liberian students to develop the passion for agriculture and its related fields of study.Dr. Somah expressed the hope that with the benefit of the scholarships, several prospective students will seize the opportunity to receive education and training in mechanized farming and many other agriculture-related courses.“We hope that many of our students will develop interest in the scholarship scheme that has a lot of benefits. The essence is to train more agriculturists so that we can develop a sustainable food and nutritional environment. The requirement is for a potential student to apply and pass the college’s entrance exams, register in an agriculture program with a 2.5 grade point average (GPA) or be able to maintain such a grade,” Dr. Somah said.He added that the college has a limited number of scholarships and therefore urged students to apply in time.Dr. Somah said, “We created this scholarship to fish out young leaders in agriculture and the food industry to enter the agriculture program and receive a scholarship to support their education. After this phase, we intend to extend the scholarship program to undergraduate and graduate students at the national and international levels.”He said the scholarship is part of the college’s strategic plan that embraces a new model for higher education to prepare every student for a career in the job market.“The plan reflects our commitment to producing graduates who will think critically and analyze to solve problems through effective communication,” Somah said.“We are engaging our students inside and outside the classroom to ensure that they have the opportunities for deeper learning to stimulate their growth and develop their skills.”He said that the school is undergoing growth and transformation with the construction of start-of-the-art science classrooms and labs.“In order to do an even better job preparing our students, we are constructing a new Sciences Building. The building is a crucial project that supports the college’s commitment to meeting our nation’s demand for more STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) graduates. By providing cutting-edge learning spaces and hands-on activities for our students, we are helping to prepare them for the rigors of the real world application of science and research,” Dr. Somah added.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Harbel Community College President, Dr. Syrulwa Somah. – Advertisement –