Since reopening its borders to international travel on June 4, Saint Lucia has added new protocols for arriving visitors to mitigate the possible spread of COVID-19.
Amid a resurgence in Coronavirus cases, the TTP enrollment centers will remain closed at least through Aug. 10.
As Puerto Rico prepares to reopen for inbound tourism on July 15, it is adding a COVID-19 test requirement for all inbound guests.
After suspending travel to the U.S. mainland due to the threat of the coronavirus, the carrier begin operating reduced service to most of its U.S. gateways starting August 1.
In addition to extending its change fee waiver policy, Delta is also reopening several Sky Club facilities and updating services, including reintroducing alcoholic beverages on long-haul flights.
With destinations reopening and travel demand on the rise, how has the air travel experience changed post-COVID has, and what can future flyers expect.
“People are clearly concerned about COVID-19 when traveling. But they are also reassured by the practical measures being introduced by governments and the industry under the take-off guidance developed by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). This tells us that we are on the right track to restoring confidence in travel. But it will take time.”
Alexandre de Juniac