Sergio Ramos is ready to play again on Real Madrid’s visit to Valladolid this Sunday (9:00 pm). The captain of the white team had a sprained right ankle during the final of the Spanish Super Cup against Atletico de Madrid that was played in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), which made him miss two games so far: the victory over Sevilla at the Bernabéu and the visit to Unionists last Wednesday. The central pressed and in fact tried to play the first of the two crashes, but from the medical services of Real Madrid they stopped him and made him see that the risk did not compensate. Finally, he rested in the League and also in the Cup, but this Friday Ramos completed the session with the group without problems and everything indicates that, if he repeats tomorrow in the last training before the day, he can start in the visit to Valladolid.The one who won’t be in that game will be Gareth Bale, that left injured in the first minutes of the second part of the Unionistas-Madrid, also with a sprained ankle. The Welshman worked inside the Valdebebas facilities and his return is expected for next week, probably for Atlético’s visit to the Bernabéu.Asensio and Hazard continue to recover from their injuries and both returned to work with the ball. The Belgian is about to reappear, it is expected that next week he can already do at least part of the sessions with the group.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: C.F Alliance Airlines has announced that it will open a full operations base in Cairns from 3 May, 2010.The airline’s Managing Director, Mr Scott McMillan, said Alliance Airlines would base two Fokker 100 jets at Cairns Airport.The Brisbane-based carrier would increase its Cairns flights from the current five departures per week to 10, and would actively explore further growth opportunities. Initially, the airline will base up to 20 employees, including 14 flight crew and three engineers at the new Cairns base. “The resources industry is buoyant and growing in Queensland and in neighboring markets including the Northern Territory and Papua New Guinea,” said Mr McMillan.“We are a national company and we are a significant part of the resources industry infrastructure in Australia, and Cairns is the perfect base for our next phase of growth, providing modern facilities for both domestic and regional international flight operations,” he said. The airline currently operates a fleet of 11 Fokker 100 jets and six Fokker 50 turboprop aircraft from bases in Brisbane, Townsville, Adelaide and Perth. <a href=”http://www.etbtravelnews.global/click/22e8f/” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://adsvr.travelads.biz/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=10&cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a>