Emirates has announced that it is now operating close to 90% of pre-pandemic network serving 115 destinations across the globe, and by the end of July, it will have recovered close to 90% of its pre-pandemic network, operating 880 weekly services across 124 cities.
French airline La Compagnie has announced all business-class flights from Paris to Tel Aviv and from New York and Milan.
Aer Lingus has announced that it has postponed the planned launch of Transatlantic flights from Manchester to the United States. The routes, which were planned to start in July, have now been pushed back to September.
Spirit Airlines is coming to Miami International Airport. The airline, which calls Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport home, is planning 30 routes from Miami, effectively turning it into its 2nd gateway out of South Florida.
Delta Airlines has announced that it is adding more flights to France including a brand-new route. This is good news for leisure travellers looking for a holiday. France has become the 6th country in Europe to reopen to international travellers.
Vistara Airlines, a joint venture between Tata Group and Singapore Airlines, is now one step closer to launching flights to the United States. The airline has officially secured approval from the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to begin US operations.
IH Aviation and Travel had earlier reported that Emirates was planning to resume Airbus A380 services to New York JFK in the United States from 1st June 2021. Well, Emirates sticked to that date as the Emirates superjumbo landed for the 1st time in over a year at New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport.
Qatar Airways’ resumption of flights to Atlanta on 1st June 2021 will see the airline’s network in the United States expand to 12 destinations with over 85 weekly flights which is more than it operated pre-pandemic. The airline is also increasing frequency on some routes.
American airlines has announced that it is adding two new flights to the European country. The decision comes after Spain announced that it would reopen to fully vaccinated travellers on 7th June.
JetBlue today finally revealed the launch date of its highly anticipated Transatlantic route to London. The airline states that it is ‘ready to disrupt the Transatlantic market’.