Qantas has announced that it, along with Jetstar, will bring forward the resumption of international flights once again. The airline has also announced that it will launch flights to Delhi, India for the first time in almost a decade. Let’s find out more about this.
The government of United States has announced that it will finally lift its travel restrictions for fully vaccinated international travellers on 8th November 2021, opening land borders and air travel for millions of people.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) has announced that it will resume operations from Terminal 1 tomorrow.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) today announced that it had expanded its Quarantine-Free Vaccinated Travel Lane Network to 14 cities. The announcement comes after the government of Singapore announced expanded quarantine-free travel lanes to 9 more countries.
The government of Singapore has announced that it will be reopening its borders to an additional 9 countries for quarantine-free travel as the country seeks to rebuild its status as an international aviation hub, and prepares to reach a ‘new normal’ to live with COVID-19.
The government of United Kingdom has announced the latest changes to its travel traffic light system. Grant Shapps, Transport Secretary, has announced that 47 countries will be removed from the red list of countries.
Air New Zealand has announced that it will require all international travellers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 starting February 2022.
The United States government has announced that it will relax entry restrictions on fully vaccinated travellers travelling to the US.
The government of United Kingdom has announced that many travel restrictions for travel to England will be simplified. The dates for the simplification range from Wednesday 22nd September 2021 through to an unspecified date ‘by the end of October’.
Canadian full service carrier WestJet has announced that it will require all of its employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.