Aviation News
Wizz Air Delays Ukraine, Poland Flight Resumpsions

Wizz Air Delays Ukraine, Poland Flight Resumpsions

Wizz Air announced that, as a result of the extension of the travel restrictions imposed on all foreign flights to and from Poland, the airline prolongs the suspension of all its routes to the country

Aviation News
Brussels Airlines to Offer Adapted Summer Schedule

Brussels Airlines to Offer Adapted Summer Schedule

Last week Brussels Airlines announced that it will restart its commercial flights from its hub at Brussels Airport on 15 June. Based on market demand and ongoing travel restrictions, the airline will offer an adapted

Aviation News
Virgin Australia to Add Flights to Domestic Schedule

Virgin Australia to Add Flights to Domestic Schedule

Virgin Australia will add new flights and increase frequencies under a revised agreement with the Federal Government to connect essential travellers and critical freight with towns and cities across Australia. The changes, which take its

Aviation News
Air Canada to Resume Flights at SFO

Air Canada to Resume Flights at SFO

The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) announced that Air Canada will be resuming limited service on May 25, 2020, with nonstop flights to Vancouver. Air Canada will operate one daily flight using an Airbus A319

Car Rental
Hertz Files For Bankruptcy

Hertz Files For Bankruptcy

The 102-year-old car rental firm Hertz has filed for bankruptcy protection after its business all but vanished during the coronavirus pandemic. The impact of COVID-19 on travel demand was sudden and dramatic, causing an abrupt decline in the Company's revenue and future

Tourism News
When St Kitts and Nevis Will Welcome Tourists

When St Kitts and Nevis Will Welcome Tourists

Commercial flights to the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis remain on hold, the government announced this week. Borders remain open only for essential purposes such as repatriation, departures, and medical emergencies. While some lockdown measures have