Hawaiian Airlines has announced that it will resume flights to Tahiti in French Polynesia following the launch of a pre-travel testing program between Hawaii and French Polynesia that allows for quarantine-free travel within the two archipelagos.
Indian low cost carrier SpiceJet has announced that it is resuming flights between Delhi and Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh from 20th June 2021.
Seattle-based Alaska Airlines has announced 2 new routes from Boise in Idaho. Together with its sister carrier Horizon Air, Alaska Airlines will have 30 daily nonstop flights to 14 destinations this winter.
As planned, Air Canada has operated its 1st flight between Montreal and Cairo, Egypt. The airline is targeting the large Egyptian community established in Montreal and throughout North America for this route, providing an additional gateway to Africa.
Delta Airlines has announced its return in the South African market with nonstop flights to Johannesburg beginning in August. However, the airline has axed its plans to operate Atlanta-Johannesburg-Cape Town-Atlanta triangle route.
Emirates has announced that it is now operating close to 90% of pre-pandemic network serving 115 destinations across the globe, and by the end of July, it will have recovered close to 90% of its pre-pandemic network, operating 880 weekly services across 124 cities.
French airline La Compagnie has announced all business-class flights from Paris to Tel Aviv and from New York and Milan.
Earlier this week, TAP Air Portugal announced that it will start flying to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic this winter.
Amsterdam-based KLM has announced that its Asia and Middle East network is now mostly restored compared to 2019. While frequencies will be less than compared to 2019, the airline will be back flying to almost all the destinations that it served before the COVID-19 pandemic.
easyJet has announced 12 new routes in the United Kingdom with fares starting from £14.99. The airline will launch operations from Belfast City to London Gatwick for the 1st time and return to East Midlands and Leeds Bradford, with new routes which were previously served by Stobart Air-operated Aer Lingus Regional.