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Caribbean Airlines now requires passengers to wear face masks
Airline News

Caribbean Airlines now requires passengers to wear face masks

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 11, 2020

Caribbean Airlines is committed to protecting the safety and well-being of our customers and employees in response to the COVID-19 ... Read More

Ethiopian Airlines resumes flights to Cameroon
Airline News

Ethiopian Airlines resumes flights to Cameroon

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 11, 2020

Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s largest airline is resuming service to Duala and Yaoundé asof July 13, 2020. The service will initially ... Read More

Air Canada explores rapid COVID-19 testing
Airline News

Air Canada explores rapid COVID-19 testing

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 10, 2020

Air Canada has engaged Spartan Bioscience Inc., an Ottawa-based biotechnology leader in portable DNA testing technology, to assess how best ... Read More

London Biggin Hill Airport launches Guide to Contactless Travel
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London Biggin Hill Airport launches Guide to Contactless Travel

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 10, 2020

With the lifting of quarantine restrictions today, London Biggin Hill Airport is launching a Guide to Contactless Travel, providing key ... Read More

Russia to re-launch international flights to 13 countries
Airline News

Russia to re-launch international flights to 13 countries

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 10, 2020

Russian authorities have finalized a list of 13 countries Russian Federation can resume air connections with at the initial stage ... Read More

Munich Airport: Passenger volume shrinks by two thirds
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Munich Airport: Passenger volume shrinks by two thirds

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 9, 2020

After years of continuous traffic growth, the global spread of the coronavirus has caused passenger numbers at Munich Airport to ... Read More

IATA: Post-COVID-19 aviation recovery must embrace sustainable fuels
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IATA: Post-COVID-19 aviation recovery must embrace sustainable fuels

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 9, 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) emphasized the aviation industry’s commitment to its emissions reduction goals and called for the ... Read More

Star Alliance, SkyTeam and oneworld come together
Airline News

Star Alliance, SkyTeam and oneworld come together

mm Chief Assignment Editor- July 9, 2020

The three global airline alliances, collectively representing over fifty percent of the world’s air traffic, have come together to highlight ... Read More

FlyersRights: US DOT’s COVID-19 guidance ‘too little, too late’
Government and Public Sector Tourism News

FlyersRights: US DOT’s COVID-19 guidance ‘too little, too late’

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 9, 2020

The Department of Transportation invited FlyersRights.org and other consumer organizations to a conference call Tuesday to discuss the DOT’s coronavirus ... Read More

Pegasus Airlines resuming flights to Tel Aviv
Airline News

Pegasus Airlines resuming flights to Tel Aviv

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 9, 2020

Following the temporary suspension of flights as part of the restrictions to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, Pegasus Airlines flights to ... Read More

US and China vie to lead domestic aviation market globally
Airline News

US and China vie to lead domestic aviation market globally

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 9, 2020

China and the US jostle to lead the world in domestic flights as air travel slowly resumes following a relaxation ... Read More

The Future of Short Haul Travel in Europe looks bright
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The Future of Short Haul Travel in Europe looks bright

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- July 9, 2020

According to the European Travel Commission’s (ETC) latest quarterly report “European Tourism: Trends & Prospects”, the global health crisis has ... Read More

Airbus: 36 commercial aircraft deliveries in June, versus 24 in May
Airline News

Airbus: 36 commercial aircraft deliveries in June, versus 24 in May

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 8, 2020

Airbus delivered 36 commercial aircraft in June 2020, representing a slight increase compared to 24 in May and 14 in ... Read More

Ethiopian Airlines announces resumption of regular service
Airline News

Ethiopian Airlines announces resumption of regular service

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 8, 2020

Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s largest airline, is resuming service to Dubai further to the ending of the lock-down and its opening ... Read More

KLM to resume operations from Belfast City Airport on August 3
Airline News

KLM to resume operations from Belfast City Airport on August 3

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 8, 2020

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 crisis, KLM has been adapting its network and flight schedule in line with travel ... Read More

Rwanda will re-open for commercial flights on August 1
Airport news

Rwanda will re-open for commercial flights on August 1

mm Chief Assignment Editor- July 8, 2020

Rwanda’s Ministry of Infrastructure issued official statement, announcing that the country's airports will re-open for scheduled commercial flight operations on ... Read More

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi to launch UAE-Egypt flights on July 14
Airline News

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi to launch UAE-Egypt flights on July 14

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 8, 2020

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi will launch direct flights connecting Abu Dhabi with Alexandria and Sohag in Egypt on July 14. ... Read More

Moscow Sheremetyevo’s International Terminal returns to full operations July 27
Airport news

Moscow Sheremetyevo’s International Terminal returns to full operations July 27

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 8, 2020

Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport's international terminal—Terminal D—will resume full operations at 00:00 Moscow time on July 27, 2020. The trains ... Read More

Caribbean Airlines re-starts Jamaica-based operations
Airline News

Caribbean Airlines re-starts Jamaica-based operations

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 7, 2020

Caribbean Airlines has re-started commercial operations from its Jamaica hub into the USA and Canada. Daily flights to/from Kingston and ... Read More

Delta Air Lines flight forced to make emergency landing at JFK
Travel Safety & Emergencies

Delta Air Lines flight forced to make emergency landing at JFK

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 7, 2020

Delta Air Lines Airbus A319 with 43 passengers on board was forced to make an emergency landing at New York's ... Read More

IATA: Willingness to travel tempered by COVID-19 concerns
Airline News

IATA: Willingness to travel tempered by COVID-19 concerns

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 7, 2020

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released public opinion research showing the willingness to travel being tempered by concerns over ... Read More

10 strategies that 25 leading airlines use to increase passenger confidence
Airline News

10 strategies that 25 leading airlines use to increase passenger confidence

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 7, 2020

New survey of 25 of the world’s leading airlines in June 2020 has identified 10 key strategies that are boosting ... Read More

Etihad Airways resumes more flights as UAE travel restrictions eased
Airline News

Etihad Airways resumes more flights as UAE travel restrictions eased

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 7, 2020

Etihad Airways is gradually resuming services to more destinations across its global network. This follows the easing of travel restrictions ... Read More

ASUR Airport Group: June passenger traffic down almost 90%
Airport news

ASUR Airport Group: June passenger traffic down almost 90%

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 7, 2020

Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste, S.A.B. de C.V.? (ASUR), an international airport group with operations in Mexico, the U.S. and Colombia, ... Read More

Commercial flights to be welcomed to Seychelles in August 2020
Travel Destination

Commercial flights to be welcomed to Seychelles in August 2020

mm Linda Hohnholz, eTN editor- July 6, 2020

The holiday destination confirmed the authorization for commercial flights to enter Seychelles as of August 1, 2020. The new lift ... Read More

UK flights will be allowed into Greece mid-July
Greece travel news

UK flights will be allowed into Greece mid-July

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 6, 2020

As Greece is trying to salvage its tourist season, Greek authorities announced today that commercial flights from the UK will ... Read More

LOT Polish Airlines launches 12th and 13th routes from Budapest Airport
Airport news

LOT Polish Airlines launches 12th and 13th routes from Budapest Airport

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 6, 2020

Budapest Airport and the Hungarian market have witnessed unwavering commitment from LOT Polish Airlines, seeing the flag carrier launch its ... Read More

Domestic Tourism boom expected for New Zealand with renewed Auckland- Invercargill air service
Airline News

Domestic Tourism boom expected for New Zealand with renewed Auckland- Invercargill air service

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- July 6, 2020

Invercargill is a city near the southern tip of New Zealand’s South Island. It’s a gateway to wilderness areas including ... Read More

Four Emergencies Airlines are facing – what is the way ahead?
Airline News

Four Emergencies Airlines are facing – what is the way ahead?

mm Vijay Poonoosamy- July 5, 2020

Quarantines, economic recession, and health fears are likely to continue to weigh on airline passenger numbers. The COVID-19 crisis has ... Read More

United Arab Emirates allows all citizens and residents travel again
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United Arab Emirates allows all citizens and residents travel again

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 4, 2020

All citizens and residents in the United Arab Emirates are now able travel in accordance with the health preventive and ... Read More

DOT’s COVID-19 airline safety guidelines not enough to protect passengers
Airline News

DOT’s COVID-19 airline safety guidelines not enough to protect passengers

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 3, 2020

New COVID-19 safety recommendations for airlines issued today by the US Department of Transportation are inadequate, Consumer Reports said.? Any ... Read More

Wizz Air inaugurates base in Larnaka Airport
Airline News

Wizz Air inaugurates base in Larnaka Airport

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 2, 2020

Hermes Airports and Wizz Air inaugurated the base of the airline in Cyprus and welcomed the first two of the ... Read More

Flyers Rights: FAA certification needs reform to prevent repeat of 737 MAX fiasco
Airline News

Flyers Rights: FAA certification needs reform to prevent repeat of 737 MAX fiasco

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 2, 2020

Flyers Rights group today issued the following comments on proposed Senate Air Safety Bill: The legislation introduced by Senator Wicker ... Read More

Future of post-COVID luxury travel revealed
Luxury Travel News

Future of post-COVID luxury travel revealed

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 2, 2020

In the first global temperature check of the travel advisor community, the results of international research among global luxury travel ... Read More

IATA and ACI: Governments should bear all costs of public health measures
Airport news

IATA and ACI: Governments should bear all costs of public health measures

mm Harry S. Johnson- July 2, 2020

Airports Council International (ACI) World and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have today urged that costs related to public ... Read More

Hawaiian Airlines resumes US Mainland flights
Airline News

Hawaiian Airlines resumes US Mainland flights

mm Chief Assignment Editor- July 1, 2020

Hawaiian Airlines today announced it will resume a reduced schedule between Hawaii and most of its U.S. mainland gateway cities ... Read More

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