British Airways will begin trialling the IATA Travel Pass on flights from Heathrow to Geneva and Zurich in Switzerland from this week. The app can be downloaded directly from the app store.
American Airlines is expanding its pre-flight Covid-19 testing program with new self-administered and more in-person testing options to make travel easier and safer for its customers.
The United Nation World Tourism Organisation and Google have signed a new agreement to work together and lead global recovery of tourism through innovation, education and market intelligence.
Worldwide occupancy reached 46 per cent in April, up from the low point of just 13 per cent during the same month last year. The data also shows the booking lead time is lengthening.
The carrier hopes the system will enable customers to virtually queue at check-in by pre-booking their slot time in advance of arriving at the airport.
As part of the transaction, Expedia Group would become a shareholder in, and enter a long-term strategic commercial agreement with, American Express Global Business Travel.
London City Airport has become the first major international airport in the world to be fully controlled by a remote digital air traffic control tower.
Emirates and the Dubai Health Authority have begun to implement full digital verification of Covid-19 medical records connected to testing and vaccination for travellers based in the UAE.
In an effort to offer travellers a more localised and user-friendly experience, Skyscanner has rolled out the Arabic language offering across all domains, including UAE and Saudi Arabia.
Guests travelling with Etihad Airways before May 31st will be among the first to trial the IATA Travel Pass app to manage their travel health credentials.
From an updated look and feel to enhanced product offerings, Expedia is looking to double down on efforts to deliver on travellers’ evolving wants and needs in a post-pandemic world.
The mobile app is designed to help passengers easily and securely manage their travel in line with any government requirements for Covid-19 testing or vaccine information.