The Saudi aviation authority acknowledged the news on Twitter, saying it would “open the Kingdom’s airspace for all air carriers that meet” the authority’s overflight requirements, but it did not mention Israel by name.
Britain's busiest airport said Tuesday that it's setting a limit of 100,000 passengers that it can handle each day through Sept. 11.
Bahrain will be the first international addition to the airline's 6E network following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Singapore, which has flung open its borders again, is hosting a two-day job fair through May 28 targeting everyone from graduates to mid-career professionals and former aviation workers who quit during the Covid crisis.
Flyers connecting to international flights from AirAsia India’s domestic flights can now pre-book their excess baggage at the significantly discounted price of Rs 100 per kg, compared to the standard excess baggage charges of Rs 450 per kg when booked online and Rs 500 per kg when booked at the airport, the airline’s statement said.
Passengers should however behave responsibly and respect the choices of others around them, EASA Executive Director Patrick Ky said.
According to the Hong Kong government, immigration and quarantine requirements are currently in place for passengers landing in or transiting through Hong Kong, including presenting a negative COVID-19 test result.
Air India had preferential access to bilateral rights, which are granted under air services agreements signed between two countries — as it was a government-owned national carrier.
The new owner of the airline is considering various factors, including the efficiency of its existing fleet and a possible merger with Vistara, before deciding on purchasing new planes
Regular international flights resumed on Sunday after a coronavirus pandemic-induced hiatus of approximately two years.
Battered by the pandemic, the airline industry is slowly coming back to normalcy and the resumption of normal overseas flights is expected to provide a fillip to the sector
The conversion of A321ceo into a freight aircraft, which IndiGo is expected to induct in May, is taking place in Singapore, sources told CNBC TV18.
Thailand was once dominated by tourists from China but a ferry disaster in 2018 led to a reduction in those numbers, which were happily filled up by Indians on the back of steal deals and more flying options, until the pandemic struck.
Due to the outbreak of COVID -19, scheduled international flight services were suspended on March 23, 2020. However, special international flights have been operating between India and about 35 other countries since July 2020 under air bubble.
The flights will operate to and from Boryspil International Airport, Ukraine's largest airport
The ban on scheduled international passenger flights in India is in effect till February 28. Such flights have been suspended in India since March 23, 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The services will be effective from Thursday midnight, the airliner said in a social media post.
The national carrier has started operating flights to the US again after the FAA gave its consent to operate certain aircraft which comprised most Airbus SE and Boeing Co models, including Boeing's 777
Passengers coming to West Bengal from non-at risk countries will have to mandatory undergo a test on arrival at their cost, the state government said.
Tata group’s integration of its airline assets following the acquisition of Air India, the launch of Akasa, backed by investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, and Jet Airways’ bid to rise from the ashes, apart from other expected trends and events, will make 2022 an interesting year for domestic aviation.
Earlier this month, India and Switzerland had signed an air bubble agreement that allows carriers of both countries to operate a certain number of lights under Covid-related restrictions.
With this new development, passengers arriving in India from Singapore will no longer be subjected to additional arrival protocols specified for countries categorised as ‘At Risk’ by the Indian authorities.
This suspension will not be applicable to any international all-cargo operation and flight specifically approved by the DGCA.
The decision to postpone the resumption of scheduled international air services comes five days after the Ministry of Civil Aviation had announced that such flights would resume from December 15, after a gap of around 20 months.
As part of the air bubble agreement, IndiGo will operate flights from November 29 with a total of 3,618 seats per week, the airline said in a press release.