United Airlines has announced that it will launch flights on three new Short-Haul International Routes to Latin America and the Caribbean this winter.
Starting today, the Netherlands has introduced stricter restrictions for travellers arriving from the United States.
American Airlines has announced that it will reopen Flagship Lounges, where passengers can wine, dine and retreat during travel.
The government of United Kingdom has announced that it will scrap its quarantine requirement for vaccinated travellers from the United States and the European Union (EU). Previously, only vaccines that had been given in the United Kingdom were recognized for inbound travel. The news comes after the government’s announcement earlier this month that fully vaccinated […]
Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) has today announced for the first dual-branded voco Hotel in the United States in downtown Chicago.
Frontier Airlines has announced 21 new nonstop routes, including significant buildup in three major markets with nine new routes in Atlanta, seven in Dallas and five in Las Vegas.
Air Canada yesterday announced its summer trans border schedule. The airline will fly on 55 routes to 34 destinations, with up to 220 daily flights between the two North American countries. The carrier says that this new schedule coincides with the loosening of restrictions on travel between the two countries.
The Public Health Agency of Canada on Monday announced that fully vaccinated travellers from the United States will once again be allowed to enter Canada, more than 16 months after the borders were closed to non-essential travel.
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has announced that it will finally be operating flights to all of its US destinations, when the airline resumes nonstop flights to Boston in September and to Miami in October.
Canada-based Porter Airlines is officially returning to the skies with first flights scheduled on 8th September 2021, after nearly 18 months after suspending flights due to COVID-19 public health and travel restrictions.