British Airways has announced that it is launching 4 new routes from Belfast this summer, in order to support important business and tourism links between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom.
Airlines based in the United States and the United Kingdom have joined forces to call for a Green Travel Corridor to be opened between both the countries. The airlines made the call ahead of a meeting of G7 leaders in Cornwall, England, at the weekend.
Emirates to resume flying to Venice; increases frequency of flights to Milan As Italy is reopening its borders for international travellers, Emirates has announced that it will resume flying to Venice and will also increase frequency of flights to Milan as it looks to take advantage of ‘COVID-19 tested flights’. Read the full story here […]
British Airways has started trialling the IATA Travel Pass. The airline’s parent company, International Airlines Group (IAG), has been working with International Air Travel Association (IATA), the association for the world’s airlines, to co-develop its Travel Pass app.
Vistara announces flights from Tokyo Haneda to Delhi Vistara will fly once-a-week to Tokyo, the capital of Japan, starting 16th June 2021. The flight has been scheduled so that the aircraft will spend over 24 hours on the ground in Tokyo. Read more about this story here Etihad Airways introduces Home Check-in Etihad Airways has […]
British Airways has announced that it will be trialling a new intelligent queuing technology provided by Qmatic, enabling passengers to virtually queue at check-in by pre-booking their slot time in advance before arriving at the airport.
British Airways has announced a new route connecting London with Guernsey with Edinburgh.
Starting this week, I will be posting a weekly round of news on Sundays. The Seychelles to allow only vaccinated travellers from India Seychelles has announced that it will allow only vaccinated travellers from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh to enter the country. Read more about this story here Qatar Airways Cargo flies Medical Aid and […]
British Airways on 5th May operated a emergency cargo flight to Delhi carrying 27 tonnes of Urgent Medical Aid to support the Indian government as the country continues to battle its worst wave of COVID-19 since the pandemic began with dwindling oxygen supplies. Let’s find out about this cargo flight more.
British Airways yesterday announced that it will add 4 new short-haul routes for the summer season.