Qantas has announced that it will launch nonstop flights between Melbourne and Dallas, complementing its existing flights between Sydney and Dallas.
Air France has announced that it will serve 14 destinations in the United States this summer with close to 200 weekly flights, 20% more than during summer 2019.
Emirates, Air India, Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways, which cancelled flights to the United States amid 5G rollout in the country on 19th January 2022, have resumed scheduled Boeing B777 flights to the US.
***UPDATE***: Emirates, Air India, Japan Airlines and ANA resume flights to the United States after cancellations due to 5G rollout Various airlines, such as Emirates, All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines and Air India, have announced that they would be cancelling flights to the United States as a result of potential 5G interference with radio altimeters […]
Finnair has announced that it is preparing for the continued expected gradual opening of Asia, and plans to serve nearly 100 destinations in Asia, the US and Europe during the summer season, which begins on 27th March 2022.
The United States government has announced that it will relax entry restrictions on fully vaccinated travellers travelling to the US.
Emirates has announced that it will be ramping up services to the United States as the demand for travel is increasing.
Two of American’s highly anticipated routes – Seattle-Bengaluru and Dallas-Tel Aviv – have once again been postponed. They are now scheduled to launch in January 2022.
American Airlines has announced that it will reopen Flagship Lounges, where passengers can wine, dine and retreat during travel.
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.