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.
Earlier this week, TAP Air Portugal announced that it will start flying to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic this winter.
Aer Lingus has announced that it has postponed the planned launch of Transatlantic flights from Manchester to the United States. The routes, which were planned to start in July, have now been pushed back to September.
Spirit Airlines has announced it is launching 4 new routes from the American state of New Hampshire. Starting in October this year, the ultra low cost carrier will connect the northeast US state to 4 cities in Florida.
WizzAir today announced a massive expansion from Naples in Italy. The low-cost carrier will make the city its 6th Italian base and will also start flights to 18 cities.
Air Canada is betting big on the peak Summer season beginning at the end of June as it looks to support Canada’s tourism and hospitality businesses during the important summer period and advance the country’s economic recovery. Three new domestic Canada routes, service to 50 Canadian airports, the re-establishment of select regional routes, and wide-body […]
As noted by The Points Guy, United Airlines is adding 3 brand-new Transcontinental routes boosting its presence in both, California and Florida.
Air NewZealand has announced that it will resume its flights between Australia and Norfolk Island in August.
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.