More great news! Maldives is lifting all restrictions for visitors next month. No quarantine will be necessary!
Good news! Ryanair passengers booking flights for July or August will have possibility to change their reservations free of charge.
In a few weeks, the biggest low-cost carrier in Asia, AirAsia, plans to resume regular international flights from Malaysia to a total of 12 different destinations in the continent.
More good news, this time from Spain! One of the hardest hit countries by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Mediterranean nation is planning to reopen its borders for visitors starting on July 1 without the need of a 14-day quarantine period!EU
British low-cost carrier Easyjet just announced plans to resume a small fraction of its operation on June 15. Similarly to many other airlines, the use of mask onboard will be compulsoryAS AU EU US
On June 15 Greece will open the tourist season with flights to Athen's Eleftherios Venizelos Airport, and on July 1 international flights to other destinations in the country will start. According with Greek Health Minister Haris Theoharis, foreign tourists will be able to enter Greece without having to do coronavirus tests and a mandatory 14-day quarantine saidAS AU EU US
In the last few weeks, we've seen European countries announcing gradual opening of their borders to tourism. In early June travelers will be able to visit Italy without the need to quarantine. The move aims to help restart the country's economy.EU
Good news for the European tourism market. Ryanair, Europe's largest low-cost carrier just announced that will resume 90% of its routes starting on July 1.AS AU EU US
Qatar Airways is to give 100,000 free tickets to frontline healthcare professionals in acknowledgement of their hard work during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.EU
The European Commission is urging members to gradually open their internal borders in order to protect the tourism industry. Brussels also wants EU countries to provide state guarantees for vouchers that airlines and travel agencies offer to their customers instead of refunding cash for canceled flights