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16 June 2021

Air Antwerp: Another Covid-19 victim

On Friday June 11th, Air Antwerp announced that is shutting down its operations. The company has hardly made any flights between the two cities since March […]
15 June 2021

Brussels Airlines flights to USA resume service

Brussels Airlines is resuming flights to the USA in what the company describes as ‘a symbolic milestone in our relaunch’. 1. USA flights resumed The Zaventem […]
14 June 2021

South Korea to exempt some vaccinated travelers from quarantine

Health authorities in South Korea announced on Sunday, June 13th, that some travelers who have received their Covid-19 vaccine shots overseas will be exempt from the […]
14 June 2021

EU Digital Covid Certificate signed today and to enter into force on 1st July

Today, the Presidents of the three EU institutions, the European Parliament, the Council of the EU and the European Commission attended the official signing ceremony for […]
14 June 2021

European Council updates recommendation on free movement restrictions

The Council today adopted a recommendation amending the recommendation on a coordinated approach to the restriction of free movement in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. This […]
11 June 2021

Belgium among the first European countries to release digital Covid certificate

Starting on Wednesday June 16th, Belgium will begin to issue the European Digital Covid Certificates, being at the forefront of this initiative in Europe. The office […]
10 June 2021

India plans to remake Lakshadweep for tourism

The national government of Narendra Modi and the Hindu Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are proposing a reform for Lakshadweep by which the archipelago would be opening […]
10 June 2021

Vaccine certificates to reopen foreign travel from Ireland

The Irish government is about to open doors to foreign travel as of July 19, a decision that coincides with the country’s intention to implement COVID-19 […]
10 June 2021

EU’s reform of European airspace risks “collapse”, IATA says

EU countries have agreed to reform the European airspace, the new Single European Sky 2+ (SES 2+), to improve systems of air navigation services, air traffic […]
9 June 2021

Discover Singapore’s last surviving village

Kampong Lorong Buangkok is Singapore’s last surviving village with an existence dates back to the late 1950s. Sng Teow Koon, a traditional Chinese medicine seller, purchased […]
9 June 2021

European Parliament gives final approval for EU Digital Covid Certificate

MEPs completed today the legislative work on the EU digital Covid Certificate package to facilitate travel within the EU and contribute to the economic recovery. Plenary […]
9 June 2021

Are airships the future of short-distance air travel?

Could airships be the future of short-distance air travel? Hybrid Air Vehicles (HAV), a company based in Bedford in the UK, believes so. Using the slogan ‘Rethink […]
9 June 2021

European Travel industry call for swift adoption and implementation of harmonised EU travel rules

Ahead of the EU Ambassadors’ meeting on 11 June, the European travel and tourism industry associations call on Member States to approve the Commission’s proposal to […]
8 June 2021

Rosen College of Hospitality Management: The best institution for hospitality higher education

UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management, located in Orlando, Florida, the #1 tourist destination in the United States, offers students, undergraduate- and graduate-degree seekers an unrivalled opportunity to […]
8 June 2021

Drone refuels U.S. Navy fighter jet in midair for the first time in history

For the first time in history, the U.S. Navy and Boeing have demonstrated air-to-air refueling using an unmanned aircraft – the Boeing-owned MQ-25™ T1 test asset […]
8 June 2021

United to offer supersonic passenger flights by 2029

United Airlines has announced plans to buy 15 new supersonic airliners to start offering a supersonic travel option in the year 2029. The new Overture aircraft […]
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