Boeing today showcased the 777X, their newest and largest widebody jet, currently under flight testing. The new jet is expected to be entering service in 2023.
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Dubai Airshow is slated to begin tomorrow, and here is a quick look at everything that is to be looked out for at the Dubai Airshow 2021.
Singapore Airlines’ KrisFlyer Programme is offering a bonus of 12%-15% more miles when you transfer points from your credit cards to their programme for the rest of 2020. Here are all the details you need to take a good call on this bonus and how to go about it.
The United Kingdom has added Covaxin, amongst other vaccines to its approved list for travel. Here is the low down of everything you need to know about the new travel rules the UK is putting in place.
New US Travel Rules will come in effect on November 8, 2021, which will allow only fully vaccinated visitors from around the world to enter the USA.
Covaxin has been granted approval by the WHO for Emergency Use. This means, those already vaccinated with the Covaxin vaccine, will now be able to travel across the world again.
If you were thinking of flying into India or heading outside the country over the next few weeks, let’s forget it. India has announced that for now, only travel under the Vande Bharat Mission and air bubble flights are allowed.
IndiGo will be switching to Terminal 1 in Mumbai and Delhi on October 31, 2021. Make sure to check your terminal in case you are arriving/departing/transiting from one of these airports in the coming days.
Coming up next, Marriott Bonvoy moving away from fixed pricing to dynamic award pricing in 2022. Small enhancements as well, including extension of status and points expiration and so on as well. We win the battles but lose the war to Marriott.
Air India has seen the transaction to sell the airline to the Tata Group enter the next stage, with the signing of the share purchase agreement today. With this, Tata Group comes one step closer to acquiring Air India.
Great news, most of the rules for travel to India will be simplified. Coming October 25, 2021, only an RT-PCR negative report will be required to travel to India for most people, and for many countries, just a fully vaccinated certificate will do as well.