Singapore Airlines has announced that it will launch seasonal flights to Seattle and Vancouver. This marks the airline’s return to Canada after it suspended its Singapore-Seoul-Vancouver flights in 2009.
American Airlines has announced the signing of codeshare agreement with Indigo, India’s largest airline. The announcement comes just a few weeks before American Airlines reenters the Indian market with nonstop flights to Delhi and Bengaluru.
The United States government has announced that it will relax entry restrictions on fully vaccinated travellers travelling to the US.
Emirates has announced that it will be ramping up services to the United States as the demand for travel is increasing.
Two of American’s highly anticipated routes – Seattle-Bengaluru and Dallas-Tel Aviv – have once again been postponed. They are now scheduled to launch in January 2022.
WestJet has announced that it is adding Seattle to its network with nonstop flights from Calgary.
Air Canada yesterday announced its summer trans border schedule. The airline will fly on 55 routes to 34 destinations, with up to 220 daily flights between the two North American countries. The carrier says that this new schedule coincides with the loosening of restrictions on travel between the two countries.
Vistara Airlines, a joint venture between Tata Group and Singapore Airlines, plans to start nonstop long-haul flights to the United States between October and December 2021, said Vinod Kannan, Chief Commercial Officer, Vistara.
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.