In a televised address, British prime minister Boris Johnson said: “To prevent reinfection from abroad, I am serving notice that it will soon be the time – with transmission significantly lower – to impose quarantine on people coming into this country by air.”
Air Canada has announced the launch of Air Canada CleanCare+, a program of enhanced aircraft cleaning designed to provide customers with greater peace of mind during all stages of travel.
The train operator said a face covering should be worn at all stations and onboard, in line with guidelines announced by the French and Belgian governments.
The World Travel & Tourism Council has outlined what the future might look like as countries tentatively begin to end their Covid-19 lockdowns and ease travel restrictions. Here Breaking Travel News takes a closer look
Genting Cruise Lines has completed evaluation checks by the Singapore government for SuperStar Gemini and SuperStar Aquarius to provide temporary accommodation for workers who have recovered from Covid-19.
With news that Beijing has lifted its 14-day quarantine requirement on travel between the capital and low-risk areas across the country, the analytics company now expects a significant uplift in demand.
Wynn Resorts and University Medical Centre have announced a unique partnership, which will allow all employees of Wynn Las Vegas to have access to testing for the Covid-19 virus at no cost to the employee.
Lufthansa Group has become the latest carrier to request all passengers wear a face mask covering the nose and mouth onboard flights. In addition, the group recommends that passengers wear them throughout the entire journey.
With over three million confirmed cases and upwards of 200,000 fatalities around the world, there are few signs of the Covid-19 pandemic slowing its rampage across the globe. However, some countries appear to have managed to slow down the rate of new cases and now seem to be on a slow and possibly difficult path towards recovery. Here we find out more
Air France-KLM has secured at least €7 billion in government funds as the group seeks to overcome a collapse in travel demand in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. The Franco-Dutch airline group is struggling to stay afloat because amid a raft of limitations on travel.