American Airlines Adds Preflight COVID-19 Testing for Travelers Who Want to Skip Hawaii’s Quarantine
This “could be a game-changer, not just for tourism, but also for other key sectors of the economy that have been negatively impacted by the ongoing pandemic,” said Audrey Marks, Jamaica’s ambassador to the United States.
Passengers will have the option of getting either a PCR test or a rapid antigen test.
The carrier becomes the first Asian airline to eliminate gender-specific terminology, including phrases like “ladies and gentlemen.”
For one weekend only.
The prize is valued at about $28,000 USD.
And they cost over $600 USD.
Testing will be available near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO).
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United will first offer tests to passengers traveling to Hawaii from San Francisco.
A canine crew has been deployed at a Finnish terminal this week to test if animal instincts can accurately detect humans infected with COVID-19.
The electronic wristbands will be distributed at the airport upon arrival.
Airbus hopes to launch its hybrid ZEROe aircraft program by 2025 to achieve zero emissions by 2035.
“Considering what we found, if you’re traveling any time soon, you might want to bring your own wipes.”
On Oct. 10 Qantas is taking Australians on a 7-hour scenic flight down under.
The airline's new Infinite Pass is only available for a very limited time.
Thanksgiving travelers will be able to maintain a social distance.
Thomas Cook is back with quarantine-free European travel packages.
Introducing the NovaRover.
And it's in a former epicenter of the pandemic.
The initiative will roll out in automated screening lanes at select hubs in Atlanta, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Los Angeles, and both New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport.
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Jetblue and Southwest Have Incredible Sales With Flights Starting at $49 — but You Have to Act Fast
Southwest even has special fares on flights to Hawaii.
U.S. Will No Longer Require International Travelers to Undergo COVID-19 Screenings or Fly Into Limited Airports
Beginning Sept. 14, the government will lift its flight directing requirements.