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Alitalia announced (13-May-2021) the European Commission approved EUR12.835 million in aid from the Italian State, as compensation to the carrier for damages suffered due to coronavirus outbreak. The commission found
Nordwind Airlines, via its official Facebook account, announced (12-May-2021) plans to commence the following services to Azerbaijan in May-2021: Mineralnye Vody–Baku: Weekly, commencing 14-May-2021; Saint Petersburg-Baku: Twice
Aeroflot launched (13-May-2021) ‘Miles for Vaccination’ incentive programme, for passengers vaccinated against coronavirus. The first 10,000 members of ‘Aeroflot Bonus’ frequent flyer programme to be vaccinated will receive
Aegean Airlines announced (13-May-2021) its Miles+Bonus frequent flyer programme entered a partnership with Attica department stores, allowing members to accrue miles from store purchase as well to
Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore announced (15-May-2021) the following safety measures have been implemented at Singapore Changi Airport due to 35 airport workers testing positive
Australia‘s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack stated (13-May-2021) Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and Women Marise Payne
Australia‘s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development Michael McCormack stated (13-May-2021) the government would like “85, 90 per cent of
Japan Airlines announced (14-May-2021) a collaboration with Tourism Australia, JALPAK and Narita International Airport Corporation to operate an Australia themed 3.5 hour charter service with
South Korea‘s Ministry of Foreign Affairs extended its special advisory recommending South Korean nationals avoid travelling overseas until 15-Jun-2021, rather than until 14-May-2021 (Yonhap News,