Friday, 5 Jun 2020

Airline Suspends Flights as Passengers Can't Meet COVID-19 Requirements

Lion Air is temporarily suspending all flights just days after resuming operations, citing passengers’ inability to comply with COVID-19 requirements. Indonesia’s largest airline will suspend flights from Friday, June 5 until further notice. “Lion Air Group’s decision was based on considerations from an evaluation of previous flight operations, that many prospective passengers were unable to […]

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Travel OUT of UK: What are the rules for leaving the UK?

Thousands of holidays have been cancelled this year as a result of coronavirus. Now, as the aviation industry looks ready to begin flying again, the Government has introduced a two-week quarantine period for everyone entering the UK from a foreign country. More than 200 travel companies have written to Government officials asking for the new […]

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UN Agency Air Travel Guidelines Include Restricted Bathroom Visits

When you gotta go, you better go before getting on the plane. New guidelines for dealing with the coronavirus on aircraft issued by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) call for restricted access to the bathroom during the flight. The restroom is the smallest space on the airplane and certainly a petri dish of sorts […]

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WHERE and WHEN tourists can travel in 2020, country by country

Revealed: As the world gradually reopens to tourism, here’s WHERE and WHEN international visitors can travel in 2020, country by country Passport Index has tracked which nations are opening their doors to tourists  First batch set to welcome visitors comprises Bahrain, Bulgaria and Qatar  On June 15, Greece, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Japan will follow […]

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Portugal to welcome UK tourists back for summer holidays within weeks

Holidaymakers will soon be allowed to return to Portugal in as little as four weeks. As coronavirus restrictions start to ease, Britons could visit the holiday destination as soon as July without needing to quarantine. READ MORE Portugal holidays: Border to reopen but with COVID-19 rules in place The coronavirus crisis caused countries across the […]

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