Category Archive for "The blog of Bernard"

The US to soon reopen borders for Europe arrivals

President Trump announced borders will soon open to travelers arriving from low-risk countries in Europe. It is still uncertain whether it is…

Delta gets rid of its 777 aircraft

Delta plans to retire its 18 widebody Boeing 777s by the end of 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The…

Where Delta is flying in May

U.S. DOMESTIC CANADA Detroit to Montreal (daily) Detroit to Ottawa (less than daily) Detroit to Toronto (daily) Minneapolis to Calgary (less than…

Delta NS20 Intercontinental operations as of 03MAY20

Delta in the last few days further adjusted planned Intercontinental operation (this list excludes service to Central America) for Northern summer 2020…

Despite the coronavirus crisis, ZIPAIR expands to the US

Japan Airlines’ new low-cost carrier ZIPAIR Tokyo is planning to begin service to Hawaii before the end of the year ahead of…

Air Canada to stop flying to the US

Air Canada will suspend its limited transborder flying on April 26, citing the extension of coronavirus-related joint travel restrictions put in place…

Will Virgin Atlantic go under as Branson try to save his empire?

Branson wrote to staff on Monday saying he plans to raise as much money against the island in collateral, as the pandemic…

Emirates becomes first airline to conduct on-site rapid COVID-19 tests for passengers

Passengers on flight to Tunisia, the 15th of April, were all tested for COVID-19 before departing from Dubai. Emirates is the first…

United week of 12APR20 New York operations

For the week of 12APR20, the Star Alliance carrier further downsizes Newark operation, offering flights to other 6 hubs with 90 weekly…

Air France-KLM in talks on multibillion-euro state-backed loan package

Air France-KLM is in talks with banks to receive billions of euros in loans guaranteed by the French and Dutch governments, as…

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