American Airlines has revealed new destinations and routes worldwide for next summer. This will see the airline’s largest expansion in Europe since 2019.
American low cost carrier Spirit Airlines has announced that it will be adding 7 new nonstop routes from Philadelphia, bringing the total number of routes served by Spirit from Philadelphia to 20.
The government of United States has announced that it will finally lift its travel restrictions for fully vaccinated international travellers on 8th November 2021, opening land borders and air travel for millions of people.
Marriott has announced the highly-anticipated debut of W Philadelphia.
Frontier Airlines has announced 15 new routes. The airline is expanding significantly in Miami with nine new routes, including its first-ever service to Aruba, along with flights to the Turks & Caicos.
Update: Spirit Airlines has now put all 30 of these new routes out of Miami on sale, for anyone interested in booking a flight. Below you can find the original post from 9th June 2021. Spirit Airlines is coming to Miami International Airport. The airline, which calls Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport home, is planning 30 […]
Qatar Airways has announced that it has signed signed a codeshare agreement with the newest member of oneworld, Alaska Airlines. The carrier is the only partner airline from Middle East for Alaska Airlines.
Qatar Airways is expanding its services in the United States this summer as travel demand continues to grow. The national carrier of the State of Qatar will fly over 100 weekly flights to the US across its 12 destinations, including Seattle and San Francisco that were added in the last year alone.
JetBlue has updated its schedule and is cutting some flights across the United States. Most of the affected routes were recent leisure adds over the course of the crisis. While some routes are being trimmed to operate around peak travel season, some routes are cancelled altogether. Let’s find out more.
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.