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Thousands Of U.S. Flights Cancelled As Airlines Struggle With Demand

Whilst the travel industry has shown impressive signs of rebounding, it should also be noted that it isn’t out of the woods completely. More travelers may be flying now than at any other time over the pandemic, but airlines are reeling from the effects of a reduced workforce and a lack of pilots. As a …

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U.S. Airlines Announce Many New Domestic and International Flights

This time last year, it was hard to visualize traveling in the near future at all. With thousands of flights cancelled, interrupted or even grounded, travel plans remained firmly in the planning stage as millions of Americans were told to stay at home. However, fast forward to the present and the situation has changed dramatically. …

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US Air Travel Hits Record High Over Mother’s Day Weekend

The Mother’s Day weekend saw air travel in the United States hit a pandemic-era high, with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) reporting record passenger numbers at airports across the country. On Sunday May 9th more than 1.7 million passengers passed through airport checkpoints, the highest numbers seen since the coronavirus pandemic crushed both domestic and …

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Delta Launching New Flights To Croatia As Americans Tourists Allowed Back In

Delta Airlines has just added another brand new route to Europe for this summer to Croatia, a popular summer destination that just reopened its borders to tourism. Starting in July, customers can enjoy a new four-times-weekly nonstop service to Dubrovnik, Croatia from New York City. Croatia Is Now Open For Tourism Croatia reopened for tourism …

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Daily Direct Flights Resume to Greece as Americans Allowed Back

Greece, along with 2 other EU/Schengen nations have already reopened for American tourists and airlines are in a hurry to resume direct flights to keep up with demand. Delta is the first North American airline to resume direct flights from the U.S. to Athens since American tourists have just been allowed back in Greece after …

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Canada Flight Suspension To Sunny Destinations Extended Until June

All four of Canada’s major airlines have now extended the suspension of sunny destination flights until at least June 2021. Air Canada was the latest airline to join the announcement today, confirming they will also be grounding flights to and from Caribbean vacation hotspots. The suspension first came into effect on January 31st and was …

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Delta Filling Middle Seats to Keep Up With Demand

Delta Air Lines has been filling middle seats over the Easter weekend to keep up with demand, despite previously extending its ‘no middle seat’ policy through the end of the month. The popular American airline has seen its highest numbers of passengers since the pandemic began over the weekend, but due to staff shortages had …

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Delta Offering Free Vaccinations at Atlanta International Airport

Delta has partnered with the state of Georgia and Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport to offer free COVID-19 vaccinations sites inside and near the airport. Additionally, Delta is partnering with Lyft on the “Fund a Ride” program to provide rides to vaccination sites to those in need. These partnerships will help speed up a return to …

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Southwest Announces New Flights To Vacation Hot Spots For Spring and Summer

Southwest Airlines’ network is seeing rapid growth as the carrier just announced the launch of Myrtle Beach, expansion in Austin, and new, nonstop service to popular vacation destinations. The latest additions to the carrier’s trajectory total a whopping 36 new routes in time for summer. The move comes as air travel hits pandemic-era highs and …

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New Flights To Puerto Vallarta From U.S. Amid Strong Demand

According to Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP) who manages the Puerto Vallarta Airport, flight connectivity to the popular Mexican tourist destination is up 19% compared to February. American Airlines, Frontier, Southwest and United have all announced new flights to Puerto Vallarta starting this month resulting in increased frequencies and resumption of suspended routes in response …

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Qantas To Resume International Flights in October

Qantas Airlines, the flag carrier of Australia, have announced they are planning to restart international passenger flights to most destinations from October 31st, 2021. That also applies to Jetstar, the lower-priced carrier owned by the company. This is a four-month extension from the previous estimate of July 2021, which had been in place since mid-2020. …

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Air New Zealand To Trial Vaccine Passport On International Flights

In an attempt to streamline the health verification process, Air New Zealand will be among the first to trial IATA’s Travel Pass App on its international route to Australia. The digital passport developed by the International Air Transport Association certifies and validates passengers’ health and vaccination status in accordance with COVID-19 travel requirements. Essentially, the …

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