Nor did Lemar exercise, who also continues to recover from the injury he has suffered this week. French has “An injury to the hamstring musculature of the right thigh” and is ruled out to be measured in the Levant. For his part, Trippier did work in the gym. Atlético will return to work tomorrow Thursday with a view to preparing the first league clash of the year. Atlético has trained this afternoon in Majadahonda in the first training of 2020. The rojiblanco team continues to prepare this weekend’s match against Levante (Saturday, 6:30 p.m.) and Simeone still cannot count on one of its important players. Koke continues to recover from the injury which prevented him from being in the last league match against Betis. And it seems complicated that he could be against Levante, so his contest would already be in the Spanish Super Cup against Barcelona. Koke suffers a “elongation in the hamstring musculature of the right thigh”.
Air Kiribati and Solomon Airlines sign new aviation agreementThe agreement holds even more significance for the Kiribati national carrier which recently relaunched as an international airline following a decision by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to provide the carrier with its official two letter designate code – IK.At an official signing taking place in Tarawa, the Kiribati Minister for Transport, Information, Communication, and Tourism Development, the Hon. Willie Tokataake heralded the signing as important both in its capacity to significantly boosts aviation access into Kiribati and also build on both countries’ existing strong links.“There is no doubt this new agreement will boost economic development opportunities and in particular tourism and export opportunities for Kiribati,” the Minister said.Welcoming the agreement, Solomon Airlines CEO, Brett Gerbers described the signing as an important step for both airlines and would play a key role in forging an even closer relationship with Kiribati.“Our partnership with Air Kiribati is an important one and we very much look forward to working together to see this become a success.“This service is more than just a link between two nations – it is also an avenue for both nations to grow and prosper as we walk forward together.”Echoing Mr Gerber’s words, Air Kiribati CEO, Tarataake Teannaki aid his airline was excited to be working with an airline partner which understood the travel needs of both the Kiribati people and Air Kiribati.“This service will be a major step up and will give the Kiribati people new options to travel beyond our islands,” Mr Teannaki said.Service start date and the service schedules will be announced in coming weeks with an official launch to be held in Tarawa.The development builds on an agreement signed last November for a new Air Service Agreement (ASA) and Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Solomon Islands and Republic of Kiribati.Aimed at promoting aviation between the two countries as one sector, the MOU is already showing development on a raft of activities intended to contribute to both countries’ social and economic development. Solomon AirlinesBook flights here Source = Mike Parker-Brown, Solomon Airlines PR