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NEWS Aug 11, 2022 Air India to Reportedly Lease Six Boeing 777s Air India is planning to lease six Boeing 777 aircraft in order to provide a more streamlined passenger experience, while potentially growing its North American network. This comes after videos posted on Twitter showing the interiors of some of Air India's Boeing 777s in an extremely run-down condition. Read More →
NEWS Jun 10, 2022 United States Government Lifts All Coronavirus Travel Restrictions The United States has been known across the world for its strict Coronavirus travel restrictions. As of June 12 at 12:01am E.T. this is all set to change for all passengers arriving to the USA on international flights. Read More →
NEWS Oct 30, 2021 Delta Air Lines Restores Several Domestic New York City Routes Delta Air Lines recently announced the resumption of several routes out of New York City. This comes at a time of intensifying competition in the northeast markets. Read More →
NEWS Aug 09, 2021 American Airlines Will Not Require Employees To Be Vaccinated American Airlines CEO Doug Parker said the airline is not planning to mandate vaccination for its employees. The decision comes days after other US carriers, United and Frontier, announced plans to make the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for employees in the next two months. Read More →
NEWS Aug 07, 2021 United Airlines Makes Vaccines Mandatory For All Employees Today United Airlines announced that it is requiring that all of its employees are vaccinated against COVID-19. This makes the Chicago-based carrier the first major airline in the United States to implement such a policy. Read More →
ROUTES Jun 19, 2021 Brussels Airlines Resumes Flights to the United States On Monday, Brussels Airlines resumed flights to New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport after an absence of almost 15 months. One day later, the Belgian carrier will restart its service to Washington DC's Dulles International Airport. This comes despite restrictions in the United States banning tourist travel from Belgium. Read More →
NEWS Jun 17, 2021 European Union May Soon Lift Travel Restrictions For United States Citizens  The European Union may be about to lift restrictions on travelers from the United States. The decision on a proposal to add the United States to the European Union-wide white list is expected today. Read More →
NEWS Jun 13, 2021 Russian Low-Cost Carrier Pobeda’s Load Factor Returns to 99% As the air travel market in Russia continues to recover, its main airlines are getting ready for a summer of domestic leisure demand by reestablishing Soviet-era nonstop connections bypassing St. Petersburg and Moscow. Read More →
NEWS May 20, 2021 Singapore-Hong Kong Travel Bubble Delayed Once Again May 26th, 2021 was supposed to be the beginning of the Singapore-Hong Kong travel bubble. However, the bubble is now going to be delayed for the second time due to the recent spike in Singapore's COVID-19. Singapore's Ministry of Transport (MOT) said on Monday 17th May 2021 that Singapore is unable to meet the criteria to commence with the initiative. Read More →
NEWS May 13, 2021 U.S. Imposes India Travel Ban Following a Surge in COVID-19 Cases Following the worst outbreak of Coronavirus yet, President Biden has enacted a travel ban on India. On May 1 alone, India recorded more than 390 thousand COVID-19 cases, the highest in history. This is part of a bigger wave of infections that have steadily climbed during the month of April in which the country added 6.6 million cases to its total, setting its record at 19.6 million. Read More →