UK Considers Covid Traffic Light System for International Travel

A traffic light system is being considered by ministers for when international travel restarts, which could rate countries green, amber and red depending on the state of vaccine passport agreements. The Guardian has been told the scheme could come into operation from August, with hotel quarantining continuing until at least 21 June for UK nationals […]

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Air France Testing ISOS-Developed Health Passport App

Air France over the next four weeks is conducting a test of a mobile health passport founded in part by International SOS on flights to Paris from both San Francisco and Los Angeles. The carrier is trialing the ICC AOKpass app, which was developed by International SOS’s MedAire in partnership with the International Chamber of […]

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American Airlines to Restart Nine Transatlantic Routes

American Airlines is to restart nine routes to the US from airports across the UK and Europe during March and April and will also launch a new service from Heathrow to Seattle. On 27 March, daily services restart between Heathrow and Miami. The next day, the airline resumes daily flights between Heathrow and both Philadelphia […]

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Most Buyers Predict 2021 Domestic Travel Return

About three-quarters of corporate travel buyers and procurement professionals surveyed this month by the Global Business Travel Association in Europe predict their organisations will resume non-essential domestic business travel sometime this year, if they haven’t already. Around 56 per cent of the approximately 70 respondents to the GBTA survey, which was conducted online between 8 […]

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