Finnair has announced new long-haul flights from Stockholm, Sweden. The airline states that it is meeting the increased travel demand by adding frequencies and destinations in its network to Europe, Asia and North America for the upcoming winter season.
Hong-Kong based Cathay Pacific has unveiled its first Airbus A321neo with all-new Regional Business Class seats.
The government of United Kingdom has published the latest update to its traffic light travel lists, published one day before its usual slot for the week.
Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific has launched a new premium travel lifestyle brand called ‘Cathay’. Note that Cathay Pacific is not rebranding, it is maintaining its name.
Amsterdam-based KLM has announced that its Asia and Middle East network is now mostly restored compared to 2019. While frequencies will be less than compared to 2019, the airline will be back flying to almost all the destinations that it served before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Travel Bubbles are always a great concept in theory but they can be a hit or miss. With the help of a travel bubble, people can travel quarantine-free between two areas that are ‘low-risk’ for COVID-19. However, travel bubble between Singapore and HongKong is a different story altogether.
Cathay Pacific has announced resumption of scheduled flights to and from the United Kingdom. The Hong-Kong based airline will fly to London Heathrow from 8th May 2021.
Cathay Pacific has unveiled its flight schedule to Singapore as part of the travel bubble just a day after the announcement.
The quarantine-free travel bubble between the two cities is set to open from 26th May 2021.
All Nippon Airways plans to suspend as many as 16 international routes in its summer schedule which begins from 28th March,2021.