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Airline stocks fall after EU leaders impose travel curbs within the bloc – CNBC

Airline shares dropped on Friday after European governments announced further travel restrictions to fight growing Covid infection rates.

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A KLM flight attendant walks in the Schiphol Airport, the Netherlands.
LONDON Airline shares dropped on Friday after European governments announced further travel restrictions to fight growing Covid infection rates and highly-infectious variants.
European leaders agreed on Thursday to keep their borders open but to discourage any non-essential travel. This means citizens looking to move from areas where the virus is circulating at a very high level will be asked to have a negative test and undergo…

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