Singapore Airlines has announced that it will increase Airbus A380 services to Australia while also ramping up East and South Asian services. The airline is making these changes based on the “strong projected demand to these destinations”.
South Korean government has announced that it has removed pre-departure COVID-19 test requirement for visitors, meaning that travelling to South Korea is now easier. The announcement comes just in time for South Korea’s Thanksgiving holiday, called Chuseok, which falls this week.
The Qantas Group has announced new flights to Bengaluru, India and Seoul, South Korea.
The Asian country of South Korea has announced that it will remove the quarantine requirement for fully vaccinated travellers in April 2022.
Finnair has announced that it is suspending flights to Osaka and Hong Kong until the end of April 2022 as a result of the closure of the Russian airspace.
Finnair has announced new long-haul flights from Stockholm, Sweden. The airline states that it is meeting the increased travel demand by adding frequencies and destinations in its network to Europe, Asia and North America for the upcoming winter season.
Delta Airlines has announced that it will launch its longest route from Portland in Fall 2021 to Seoul.
Air New Zealand has revealed that it will continue to operate a limited international network from 28th March,2021, through the end of June as the country’s borders remain largely shut.
Accor has unveiled a line-up of new hotel openings around the world, following what it describes as a “year of unprecedented challenges”.
British Airways is dropping many long-haul routes for the summer of 2021.