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KLM Expanding Transatlantic Flights As the U.S. Opens To European Travelers

Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM), the flagship carrier of the Netherlands, has announced that it will expand its transatlantic capacity to the U.S. this winter as it reopens to European travelers. KLM Resuming Most Of Its Pre-Covid Flight Network After the United States confirmed November 8th as its reopening date for travelers from Europe, KLM announced …

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All JetBlue, American And Alaska Airlines Crew Must Be Vaccinated

Three prominent American airlines – JetBlue, American and Alaska Airlines – have revealed that each of their crew members will need to be vaccinated, becoming the latest in a growing list of US-based airlines that have placed a vaccine mandate upon their staff. The announcements were made last night, with the fact that they have …

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British Airways Plans To Launch Low-Cost European Airline

British Airways is planning to launch a low-cost airline to serve Europe in the coming months. The decision to do so comes following a sustained period of financial losses, with British Airways struggling throughout the last 18 months due to the lack of air traffic as a result of the global pandemic. The flag carrier …

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Airlines That Have Banned Cloth Masks for Passengers

Recently the mask mandates for passengers on domestic flights were extended through January 2022 by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). This mandate is an extension of the current US Federal Government mask mandate, that applies to all public transportation systems. Along with the mask mandate in the U.S. many international airlines have banned cloth masks …

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U.S. Government Receives Thousands Of Complaints As Airlines Struggle

The United States government has revealed that it has received several thousand complaints from customers of various airlines as the businesses struggle to keep up with demand during the pandemic. The number of complaints received in June increased around 18% compared the total number of complaints in May, suggesting the problem is getting worse. Through …

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Mandatory Masks On U.S. Airlines Could Be Dropped By September

The CEO of Southwest Airlines has claimed that there is no push amongst those in the industry to extend the mask mandate once it expires in just a few weeks. Whilst other mask mandates in everyday life seem to be being phased out, the wearing of face masks onboard aircraft is still very much a …

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U.S. Air Travel Demand Increasing Despite Concerns Over Delta Variant

Despite growing concerns over the Delta variant disrupting the resumption of international travel, airlines say that demand is only getting stronger, with some reporting their busiest weekend since the pandemic began. Airline Demand Is Increasing Globally In the United States, more than two million people a day are transiting through U.S. airports, according to recent …

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UK Tourism Groups Lose Lawsuit Against British Travel Restrictions

The pandemic has decimated the travel industry, with the number of people traveling falling to record lows and thousands of businesses forced to close around the world. Restrictions and rules imposed by governments to facilitate safer ways to travel have been unpopular, leading many travelers to voice their disapproval. There are also those who have …

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U.S. Passengers Could See Refunds If Their Bags Are Delayed

It’s safe to say that ever since the pandemic started, it has changed the way we travel in more ways than we could have previously imagined. From the mask requirements at both airports and on airplanes to some airlines no longer offering alcohol on board, the entire travel experience has changed dramatically since 2019, and …

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American Airlines and Southwest Extend Alcohol Ban On Flights

With all the changes to the flying experience that the pandemic has brought about, from removing middles seats to wearing masks on board, passengers can be forgiven for feeling anxious or a little out of sorts when they finally catch a flight once more. However, one thing that will never be tolerated is unruly behavior …

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Mexico Air Safety Rating Downgraded – What Travelers Need To Know

Flying during the pandemic can be a nerve-wracking affair for many, and the thought of doing so is seen as one of the reasons why people are hesitant to return to the skies once more. On top of worrying about the spread of Covid-19 and new restrictions, passengers should not have to worry about the …

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Two New Airlines Set To Launch In The U.S.

Despite the pandemic doing its utmost to all but cancel travel plans and dash the vacation hopes for millions of Americans, there have been signs of encouragement from American travelers in recent months. From airlines adding new domestic and international routes, to the CDC declaring vaccinated travel to be low-risk, summer getaways might just be …

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