The Cabinet of New Zealand has agreed in principle to launch a quarantine-free travel bubble with Australia in early 2021, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced at a media briefing on Dec. 14.
The Spanish government announced on Friday morning that it will accept a negative COVID-19 test from air travelers arriving in Spain, as well as the PCR test, from Saturday afternoon.
Heathrow Airport has said it will keep Terminal 4 closed until the end of 2021 as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect air travel
Brazil’s Gol became on Wednesday afternoon the first airline in the world to fly the Boeing 737 MAX commercially since the planes were grounded last year, following two deadly crashes that killed hundreds of passengers.
Singapore’s Ministry of Health has said that the passenger who tested positive for Covid-19 aboard Royal Caribbean’s cruise ship has now tested negative for the virus after his sample was retested.
Police have conducted an investigation into a bomb threat on a plane from Moscow, Russia which landed at the John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Ryanair ordered 75 Boeing 737 MAX jets on Thursday afternoon with a list price of $9 billion, throwing a commercial lifeline to the US planemaker after regulators lifted a safety ban.
Southwest Airlines announced that 6,800 employees may be furloughed by spring due to an alleged “lack of meaningful progress” in cost-cutting negotiations with labor unions.
China has accused critics in the US government of “an escalation of political suppression” against Beijing due to the new visa restrictions of China’s ruling Communist Party along with their immediate family members.
The Spanish government announced on Wednesday morning that international tourist arrivals to the country fell 87 percent year-on-year in October, after authorities across Europe imposed new travel restrictions to curb an increase in COVID-19 infections.