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Carnival Corporation & PLC Provides A Business Update And Additional Financial Information For The Second Quarter
Carnival Corp's AIDA Cruises To Restart Sailing Vacations In August
Carnival PLC Says Unit Entered Into Term Loan Agreement
Carnival Corporation is a leisure travel company. The Company is a cruise company of global cruise guests, and a provider of vacations to all cruise destinations throughout the world. The Company’s segment includes North America and Australia (NAA) and Europe and Asia (EAA). The Company's North America and Australia segment includes Carnival Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, P&O Cruises (Australia) and Seabourn. The Company's EAA segment includes Costa Cruises (Costa), AIDA Cruises (AIDA), P&O Cruises (United Kingdom) and Cunard. The Company's geographic areas include United States, Canada, Continental Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and United Kingdom. The Company's ships sail to all cruise destinations, including Alaska; Antarctica and Patagonia; Arabia, Africa and India; Asia; Australia and South Pacific; Canada and New England; the Caribbean; the Mediterranean; Northern Europe; Pacific Coastal; Panama Canal and South America.
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Micky Meir Arison
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Arnold W. Donald
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer
Group Chief Executive Officer of Holland America Group and Carnival UK
Michael Olaf Thamm
Group Chief Executive Officer of Costa Group and Carnival Asia
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Carnival Corp said on Friday it was planning to resume operations in a phased manner and would operate with a smaller fleet on its return, months after suspending trips due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Carnival Corp said on Friday it was planning to resume operations in a phased manner, months after suspending trips due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Carnival Corp's <CCL.N> AIDA Cruises said on Thursday it would resume sailing operations in August, months after cruise operators were forced to pause voyages due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
* PRINCESS CRUISES ANNOUNCES DEPLOYMENT CHANGES IN ALASKA AND EUROPE FOR SUMMER 2021
Carnival Corp <CCL.N> unit Costa Cruises on Friday extended its pause on operations to Aug. 15 and cancelled all cruises in Northern Europe for the rest of the 2020 summer season.
Carnival Corp unit Costa Cruises on Friday extended its pause on operations until August 15 and cancelled all cruises in Northern Europe for the rest of the 2020 summer season.
Carnival Cruise Line said on Monday it has extended its pause in operations for North American voyages until Sept. 30, as it determines how to safely resume service amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Carnival Corp reported a record $4.4 billion in quarterly losses on Thursday, as the COVID-19 pandemic crippled the world's biggest cruise operator and forced it to take major write-downs on the disposal of now redundant ships.
Carnival Corp reported a quarterly net loss of $4.4 billion on Thursday after the COVID-19 pandemic brought its cruise business to an effective standstill.
Carnival Corp's Princess Cruises on Thursday extended the suspension of some of its voyages in Australia, Canada and Taiwan as ports around the world remain shut due to the coronavirus crisis.
Carnival Corp's Princess Cruises on Thursday extended the suspension of some of its voyages in Australia, Canada and Taiwan as cruise ports around the world remain shut due to the coronavirus crisis.
Cruise operator Carnival Corp <CCL.N> said on Thursday it is cutting 820 positions out of a workforce of roughly 3,000 employees in Florida, as the future of the industry remains uncertain amid no-sail orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beleaguered cruise operators signaled a return in demand for cruises that would set sail late this year or early 2021 after travel restrictions and no-sail orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic raised concerns about the future of the industry.
Carnival Corp's <CCL.N> Princess Cruises said on Wednesday its voyages would remain suspended through the end of summer as reduced flights and travel bans around the globe bring the industry to a virtual standstill.
Princess Cruises, a Carnival Corp unit, said on Wednesday that it is canceling select cruises through the end of the summer of 2020 due to reduced flight availability and the closure of ports in regions around the world.
Carnival Corp <CCL.N> said on Monday it planned to restart some of its cruise trips from North America in August as it tries to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, which has brought the industry to a virtual standstill.
Carnival Corp said on Monday it planned to restart some of its cruise trips from North America in August as it tries to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, which has battered its business.
Carnival Corp Chief Executive Officer Arnold Donald defended the company’s safety record on Thursday, telling reporters in a media call that Carnival followed protocols from international authorities while handling high-profile coronavirus outbreaks aboard two of its ships.
Carnival Corp-owned Princess Cruises, whose three ships had become hotbeds for coronavirus infections, said on Tuesday it would cancel all voyages until June-end, after a "no sail order" from U.S. health officials.
* CARNIVAL CORP CEO ARNOLD DONALD SAYS BOOKINGS FOR 2021 ARE STRONG- CNBC INTERVIEW
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