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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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U.S. Looking To Lift International Travel Bans By May

Americans are ready to travel, airlines are picking up, and vaccination counts are increasing. Meanwhile, travel bans and restrictions are still in place – limiting the scope of movement for over a year – with no end in sight. Amidst the obscurity of when travel will return to how it once was, there is now …

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U.S. Government Urged To Reopen For Tourism To All Countries By May 1

“The risk of COVID-19 transmission while flying is low,” reads the letter. It further states that the current health protocols, such as mask-wearing and physical distancing, paired with industry-standard air filtration on planes and contact tracing systems are effective in combating the spread of COVID-19 during travel and that this claim is affirmed by scientific …

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1.35 Million Americans Traveled On Friday Marking Busiest Day In The Past Year

Americans are beginning to regain confidence in air travel, as evidenced by TSA’s recent checkpoint data. 1,357,111 Americans were screened in airports across the United States on March 13, marking the busiest day since the inception of the global pandemic last year. The figures previously fell to 90,000 in April and remained below the one-million …

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American Airlines and JetBlue Partnership Adds 33 New Flight Routes

American Airlines and JetBlue will be officially launching their partnership by offering nearly 80 codeshare flights and 33 new routes to their customers.  The partnership, concentrating predominantly on the Northeast markets of the U.S, will be offering codeshare flights and new routes to and from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport …

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American Airlines Announces New Routes for Summer

American Airlines has recently unveiled new routes it plans to operate this summer from Miami International Airport (MIA), intending to introduce two new international routes, as well as two new domestic routes.   The airline’s new international routes, scheduled to commence in June, will allow it to become the only U.S based carrier to provide …

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Delta Extends ‘No Middle Seat’ Policy Through End of April

Delta airlines is committed to providing passengers with peace of mind when it comes to health and safety practices, by deciding to extend its middle seat blocking policy to April 30th, 2021. The practice of blocking middle seats on aircrafts was popularized at the height of the pandemic, in a bid to maintain social distancing …

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VeriFLY Health Passport Now Offered By More U.S. Airlines

Recent U.S. travel regulations and restrictions, specifically those relating to the requirement of international arrivals presenting a COVID-19 test result, have created a heightened demand for software and technologies to assist travelers. Subsequently, Alaska airlines has moved to offer VeriFLY, a would-be health passport to provide travelers with expedited check-in and verification for arrival into …

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American Airlines Launches Health Passport for International Travel to the US

With the new US testing requirements set to come into effect later this month, American Airlines will become the first carrier to introduce a health passport for inbound travel into the country.  The airlines will be launching its VeriFLY app for passengers to utilize to confirm testing and other COVID-19 travel requirements for their flights …

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World’s Safest and Most Health Compliant Airlines for 2021

The world’s only airline safety, product and COVID-19 rating website, airlineratings.com, has recently evaluated the safest airlines across the globe for 2021.  The site has announced the ‘Top Twenty Safest Airlines’, ‘Top Twenty COVID-19 Compliant Airlines’, and ‘Top Ten Safest Low-Cost Airlines’ for this year.  Airlineratings.com is solely dedicated to review and rate airline safety …

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JetBlue Faces Lawsuit After Blocking Price Comparison Websites

US airline carrier JetBlue is facing a lawsuit from online travel agency Fareportal Holdings Inc. for allegedly scheming to block consumers from comparison shopping airfares with those of other airlines. The online travel agency filing the lawsuit, Fareportal, maintains partnerships with over 600 airlines globally and is the operator of popular flight booking websites CheapOair …

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U.S. Airlines Urge Government To End Travel Bans on EU, UK and Brazil

US airline carriers are requesting the Trump administration to end the travel ban currently in place for many countries, and replace it with a global testing program. On Monday, the Airlines for America (A4A), penned a letter to Vice President Mike Pence requesting the termination of the travel ban for travelers from Europe, the UK …

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