flydubai, the Dubai-based airline, has announced today the launch of flights to Sharm El Sheikh.
flydubai, the Dubai-based airline, has announced today the launch of two new summer routes. The carrier will operate three weekly flights to Mykonos International Airport (JMK) and Santorini (Thira) Airport (JTR) between June 18 and September 29.
As Alaska Airlines expects domestic travel to return to pre-COVID levels by the summer of 2022, the group will require more aircraft across the organisation.
HK Express has announced the completion of its first flight trial using CommonPass. By securely validating and storing COVID-19 tests and vaccine records, the digital health passport app enables travellers to easily comply with health-related entry requirements around the world, while simultaneously streamlining the HK Express pre-departure experience.
Ethiopian Airlines Group has become the first African airline to conduct trial of IATA Travel Pass, a digital travel mobile app to enhance efficiency in testing or vaccine verifications. As travel restarts, travelers need accurate COVID-19-related information like testing and vaccine requirements which vary among countries.
Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, announced the addition of two boutique summer destinations to its global network with Santorini and Mykonos in Greece.
Cyprus Airways, the national flag carrier brand of Cyprus, continues to increase the number of flights from Larnaca with the launch of its new direct flights between Larnaca and Malta, enhancing Mediterranean interconnectivity.
Air Malta launched its summer flight schedule with a planned operation to 20 cities. During the six-month programme (covering May till October of this year), the airline is committed to operate 3,012 flights and will offer for sale over half a million seats.
Alaska Airlines guests will have the opportunity to relax in the new Alaska Lounge at San Francisco International (SFO) Airport by late summer, as the airline announced updated plans for Bay Area travellers.