Mumbai Airport has announced that it will resume flight operations at Terminal 1 for the 1st time since the onset of COVID-19 pandemic.
Air India has announced new domestic flights connecting metro cities.
Marriott Bonvoy, the loyalty program from Marriott International, has released a redesigned, more intuitive version of its mobile app in anticipation of increased desire and demand for travel this year.
Allegiant is adding 34 new nonstop flight routes to its network for the spring-summer schedule as it looks to capture more of the leisure travelers who have made up the bulk of those still flying during the COVID-19 pandemic.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will keep running long-haul international services following the agreements reached with the Dutch government regarding testing requirements.
United States’ president Joe Biden does not plan to lift the travel ban on non-US citizens arriving from Ireland, the United Kingdom, Brazil and other European countries.
Norwegian abandons long-haul flying
Long-haul low cost carrier Norwegian is set to ditch the long-haul side of its business to simplify its business structure and operate “a dedicated short-haul route network”.
Arrivals into Ireland from Great Britain and South Africa will be required to show a negative PCR test on entry from today (9th January,2021).
The Department for Transport (DfT) said that all passengers arriving into the United Kingdom will be required to present a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 72 hours from the start of their journey.
The Canadian government has announced that it will require pre-departure COVID-19 testing and proof of negative result.