KLM has announced the resumption of flights to Canada as the North American country has reopened to fully vaccinated international travellers.
Right now, travelling with all the COVID-19-related requirements can be a challenge at the moment, especially because the rules change frequently and can vary from country to country. To solve this problem, KLM has launched a new service called ‘Upload@Home’. Etihad Airways recently launched a similar service called ‘Verified to Fly’.
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.
Calgary-based WestJet has announced that it is expanding its international network ‘to include one of the world’s most connected cities’, Amsterdam, the capital of Netherlands. In addition, the airline will resume flying to London Gatwick in July.
Starting today, KLM will halt all intercontinental flights and some of its European services.
The Netherlands has announced that this decision will be effective from midnight 00:01, 29th December,2020.
Turkish Airlines has suspended flights to 4 countries with immediate effect.
Night trains to make a comeback in Europe that will connect 13 cities across the continent.
Delta Airlines on Tuesday operated its 1st quarantine free flight to Amsterdam, Netherlands.
KLM will launch a premium economy product but not until 2022.