Announced flights from Italy and Switzerland to Mali Lošinj


first_imgMore information about the flights can be found on the official website Silver Air-and. The representative of Silver Air, Dina Peverelli, announced this year’s flight schedule to Mali Lošinj, while the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board in Italy Viviana Vukelić emphasized that transport connections are extremely important for Croatia, especially in the context of airlines. She informed those present about this year’s presentation of the Croatian tourist offer in November at the fair in Lugano, which will bring the residents of the potent Swiss canton of Ticino closer to our tourist offer. On that occasion, Ricardo Hesky, director of Jadranka hotels, presented the offer of Lošinj Hotels & Villas hotel brand, which is part of Jadranka hoteli doo, and invited those present to visit and discover Mali Lošinj this summer and enjoy the benefits of the island and tourist offer. Organized by Silver Air and Lošinj Hotels & Villas, seasonal airlines have been announced in Milan that will connect Mali Lošinj with Lugano and Venice. center_img Namely, from June 15 to September 20, 2019, Silver Air will connect Mali Lošinj with Lugano and Venice by direct lines, thus making this Kvarner island more accessible to foreign guests. Flight schedule: Lugano – Mali Losinj and Venice – Mali Losinj last_img read more

Arsenal, Liverpool Kickoff New Premier League Season with Thrilling Wins against…


first_imgBy Demola OjoJust 48 days after last season’s delayed conclusion, the Premier League returned with a bang as Liverpool and Leeds served up a feast of goals to open the 2020-21 campaign.Mohamed Salah hit a hat-trick as Liverpool kicked off their Premier League title defence with a thrilling 4-3 win against Leeds, while Arsenal turned on the style in a 3-0 victory at Fulham yesterday. Jurgen Klopp’s side are English champions for the first time since 1990 and their bid for a record-equalling 20th title got off to a memorable start. Liverpool didn’t have it all their own way as Leeds came from behind three times before Egypt forward Salah finished them off with two minutes left.Leeds are back in the top-flight for the first time in 16 years and Marcelo Bielsa’s team deserve credit for putting Liverpool under enough pressure to expose flaws in a team that won the title by 18 points.After Liverpool lost the Community Shield to Arsenal last month, this was another warning that the Reds can’t afford to rest on their laurels.Salah won a fourth-minute penalty when his shot hit Leeds debutant Robin Koch on his outstretched arm and he dispatched the spot-kick himself.Leeds fashioned a stunning equaliser in the 12th minute when on-loan Manchester City midfielder Jack Harrison cut past Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez before drilling a superb low finish into the bottom corner.Virgil van Dijk restored Liverpool’s lead eight minutes later with a thumping header from Andrew Robertson’s corner. Leeds equalised again in the 30th minute when Van Dijk made a hash of a flicked attempt to clear and Patrick Bamford pounced to guide his shot past Alisson Becker.A remarkable game produced more drama as Salah struck again three minutes later with a thunderous drive into the roof of the net. Leeds equalised for a third time when Mateusz Klich made a well-timed run to meet Helder Costa’s pass with a composed finish in the 66th minute.But Liverpool won it in the 88th minute when Leeds debutant Rodrigo tripped Fabinho and Salah slotted in the penalty, leaving Klopp to sum up the feelings of both teams when he mouthed “wow” at the final whistle.At Craven Cottage, Arsenal hit the ground running with the kind of confident display that has become their hallmark since Mikel Arteta took charge. Arsenal’s free-flowing attack was too incisive for promoted Fulham and Alexandre Lacazette gave the visitors an early lead.Brazilian defender Gabriel Magalhaes scored Arsenal’s second after the break in his first appearance since his close-season move from Lille.Aubameyang added the final flourish with a typically eye-catching strike that emphasised why Arsenal are so desperate for the Gabon forward to sign an extension to the contract which expires at the end of the season.Gunners boss Arteta had good news for fans concerned Aubameyang might leave as he revealed their team’s talisman is set to accept the contract offer.“I’m really positive we are going to get it done very soon and hopefully in the next few days you will get some news,” Arteta told BT Sport.With former Chelsea winger Willian providing a pair of assists on his debut, it was the ideal way for Arsenal to start a season that appears full of promise after last season’s FA Cup triumph.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

DONEGAL MAN’S BAND NOMINATED FOR MERCURY MUSIC PRIZE


first_imgDonegal man Tommy McLaughlin’s Villagers have become the first Irish band to be nominated for the Mercury Music Prize twice.Conor O’Brien of VillagersTheir second album, Awayland, is among the 12 albums shortlisted for this year’s Mercury prize.Awayland is the follow up to their acclaimed 2010 debut Becoming a Jackal which was recorded in Tommy’s home studio in Termon. Lead singer Conor O’Brien said of the nomination: “We are surprised and honoured to be nominated for the Mercury Prize with Awayland; we put a lot of love into this album and the attention that this will afford it is currently warming the cockles no end”.Villagers will be touring the UK and Europe this autumn, with a gig in Sligo Live on October 27 and in Dublin’s Vicar Street on December 17The 2013 Mercury Music Prize ceremony will take place on October 30 at the Roundhouse in London.The Mercury Music Prize 2013 nominees are: Arctic Monkeys, AMDavid Bowie, The Next DayDisclosure, SettleFoals, Holy FireJake Bugg, Jake Bugg James Blake, OvergrownJon Hopkins, ImmunityLaura Marling, Once I Was an EagleLaura Mvula, Sing to the Moon Rudimental, HomeSavages, Silence YourselfVillagers, AwaylandDONEGAL MAN’S BAND NOMINATED FOR MERCURY MUSIC PRIZE was last modified: September 12th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Mercury Music PrizeTommy McLaughlinVillagerslast_img read more