Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has released a full list of destinations it is flying to this summer. As the demand for travel increases, SAS is continuing to open up routes as part of the SAS traffic programme for the summer.
Delta Airlines has announced a significant expansion in Europe as more and more countries open up for travellers from the United States. The airline is adding flights to Amsterdam, Netherlands while resuming flights to Lisbon, Portugal and Frankfurt, Germany.
Doha-based Qatar Airways has announced that it will launch flights to Lusaka, Zambia and Harare, Zimbabwe. Notably, these are the 5th and 6th destinations in Africa added to Qatar Airways’ network since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Disclaimer: Top 10 Lists are created keeping in mind only my opinion. Rest assured that IH Aviation and Travel is not biased whatsoever. India, a country with diverse topography is one of the most popular destinations amongst foreign tourists. Stretching from the mighty peaks of the Himalayas in North India to the beautiful beaches and […]
Lufthansa plans to enable fast check-in for customers from Germany. German passengers can access their vaccination certificates directly from the airline’s app.
Scandinavian Airlines is resuming flights to Aberdeen International Airport in Scotland for the 1st time since March 2020 when the airline suspended flights due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dubai Airports has announced that it will reopen Dubai International Airport’s Terminal 1 and Concourse D on 24th June, marking a ‘significant development that signals the return of growth to Dubai and the UAE’s aviation and travel and tourism sectors’.
Jetstar to launch flights to Canberra Jetstar is heading to Canberra with nonstop flights from Brisbane, marking the 1st time the low cost carrier will operate scheduled flights to Australia’s capital. Read the full story here Air NewZealand to resume flights to Norfolk Islands in August Air NewZealand has announced that it will resume its […]
Switzerland is planning to welcome vaccinated American tourists starting 28th June. It is the latest country to welcome back vaccinated travellers from the United States after Denmark, France, Spain, Greece and many more.
American hospitality chain, Hyatt Hotels and Resorts has today announced the opening of Alila Hinu Bay in Oman, which joins Alila Jabal Akhdar as the brand’s second hotel in Oman along with 15 other Alila properties worldwide.