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.
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.
Earlier this week, TAP Air Portugal announced that it will start flying to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic this winter.
Scandinavian Airlines has announced plans to recommence flights to Tokyo, Japan.
Delta Airlines has announced that it is adding more flights to France including a brand-new route. This is good news for leisure travellers looking for a holiday. France has become the 6th country in Europe to reopen to international travellers.
Air France is increasing the number of long-haul leisure destinations. These flights will be subject to the relaxation of travel restrictions.
Qantas has announced a further domestic expansion with 7 new flights. The airline has also confirmed that it will be deploying widebody aircrafts on domestic routes.
Scandinavian Airlines has announced a new route to London Heathrow from Luleå and will also resume flight to New York from Oslo. Let’s find out more about this announcement.
Delta Airlines has announced that it will launch its longest route from Portland in Fall 2021 to Seoul.
UK startup flypop has signed a lease agreement with Avolon for multiple Airbus A330 aircraft.