Ryanair yesterday announced plans for a major expansion out of Zagreb, the Croatian capital. The news comes on the same day the airline opened its base in Zagreb for the very first time.
Air Canada has announced that it is continuing to rebuild its global network for this summer, which includes the resumption of 17 routes and 11 destinations across the world from its hubs.
Qatar Airways has expanded the use of IATA Travel Pass, becoming the first airline to trial COVID-19 vaccine authentication through the IATA Travel Pass ‘Digital Passport’ Mobile App.
Air France is continuing to increase services to leisure destinations. For the 2021 winter season (October 2021- March 2022), the airline will be flying to 3 new destinations in addition to increasing services to already served cities. All these flights will be served from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport.
French airline La Compagnie has announced all business-class flights from Paris to Tel Aviv and from New York and Milan.
After announcing resumption of flights to Phuket and Milan, Emirates has announced that it will restart its flights from Dubai to Nice and Lyon. The decision comes as France is all set to welcome international travellers once again from tomorrow (9th June 2021).
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.
France has announced that the country will reopen to international travellers on 9th June as previously planned, using a traffic light system to determine who can visit.
Air France is increasing the number of long-haul leisure destinations. These flights will be subject to the relaxation of travel restrictions.
Air France is further strengthening its presence in Northern Europe. The airline has announced that it will connect the French capital with the Finnish capital with a year-round service.