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 64 MILLION PASSENGERS HAVE CHOSEN ISTANBUL AIRPORT OVER LAST YEAR
07 Aug
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64 MILLION PASSENGERS HAVE CHOSEN ISTANBUL AIRPORT OVER LAST YEAR
After tasks were moved from Ataturk Airport to the new Istanbul Airport, the new super air terminal served 64 million travelers in an about one-year time span, from April 2019 to the furthest limit of this March, as per the air terminal administrator.   
SYDNEY AIRPORT EASES CORONAVIRUS QUARANTINE DEMANDS
06 Aug
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SYDNEY AIRPORT EASES CORONAVIRUS QUARANTINE DEMANDS
NSW Health said abroad travels will be topped at 450 travelers per day, with a limit of 50 travelers permitted per approaching flight from Sydney Airport.
 ‘SUPERJUMBO’ BACK TO HEATHROW, LONDON
05 Aug
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‘SUPERJUMBO’ BACK TO HEATHROW, LONDON
Airline travelers who appreciate the world's greatest traveler plane will indeed have the option to fly on it between London, Heathrow air terminal and Dubai – yet just once per day.
 FIRST TIME IN HISTORY: LUXEMBOURG TO TIVAT ROUTE
04 Aug
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FIRST TIME IN HISTORY: LUXEMBOURG TO TIVAT ROUTE
The plane with a limit of 76 travellers from Luxembourg will leave each Sunday at 8.20 am and show up in Tivat at 10.50 am. The arrival from Tivat Airport to Luxembourg will be at 11.35 am, showing up at its goal at 2.10 pm.
 CORONAVIRUS TEST CENTERS AT ISTANBUL AIRPORT
03 Aug
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CORONAVIRUS TEST CENTERS AT ISTANBUL AIRPORT
Special center for coronavirus tests has been set up at Istanbul Airport for travelers, the air terminal's administrator IGA said on July 1.
 ACCORDING TO EBRD MONTENEGRIN ECONOMY WILL RECORVER NEXT YEAR AFTER COVID-19 HIT
31 Jul
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ACCORDING TO EBRD MONTENEGRIN ECONOMY WILL RECORVER NEXT YEAR AFTER COVID-19 HIT
The Montenegrin economy is probably going to be hit by the COVID-19 pandemic because of high reliance on the travel industry, said the top of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development-EBRD office in Montenegro, Jap Spray, including that recuperation is normal one year from now.
 SHARJAH AIRPORT STRENGTHENS ITS POSITION IN INTERNATIONAL AIR CARGO
30 Jul
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SHARJAH AIRPORT STRENGTHENS ITS POSITION IN INTERNATIONAL AIR CARGO
Sharjah Airport is a main air cargo center in the region, with five cargo terminals that have an all-out floor zone of 32,000 square meters, notwithstanding payload airplane parking spots, prepared to deal with 13 wide-body airplanes all the while.
 COVID- 19 AFFECTED SYDNEY-MELBOURNE FLIGHTS
28 Jul
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COVID- 19 AFFECTED SYDNEY-MELBOURNE FLIGHTS
Trips between Sydney (SYD) and Melbourne (MEL), the world's second-busiest course in 2019 by the number of takeoffs, are to be downsized following an increase in the number of coronavirus cases.
 BACK TO NORMAL IN POST COVID-19 REGIME: THREE FLIGHTS A WEEK FROM MUNICH TO WASHINGTON
27 Jul
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BACK TO NORMAL IN POST COVID-19 REGIME: THREE FLIGHTS A WEEK FROM MUNICH TO WASHINGTON
From Munich over the lake: Effective promptly, US carrier United Airlines is continuing its flight association with Washington.
 TRAVELERS ARE IN CHAOS AS SYDNEY AIRPORT DROPS ABROAD ARRIVALS
24 Jul
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TRAVELERS ARE IN CHAOS AS SYDNEY AIRPORT DROPS ABROAD ARRIVALS
Worldwide travelers flying into Sydney are being cautioned their flights might be dropped after severe tops were presented by the NSW Government.
 EMIRATES REOPEN FLIGHTS TO MORE THAN 10 CITIES
23 Jul
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EMIRATES REOPEN FLIGHTS TO MORE THAN 10 CITIES
Emirates declared it will offer planned trips for explorers in 10 additional urban areas: Colombo (from 20 June), Sialkot (24 June), Istanbul (from 25 June); Auckland, Beirut, Brussels, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (all from 1 July); and Barcelona and Washington DC (all from 15 July).
 WEARING FACE MASKS IS REQUIRED AT REAGAN NATIONAL AND DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS
22 Jul
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WEARING FACE MASKS IS REQUIRED AT REAGAN NATIONAL AND DULLES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS
From Friday, face covers will be required for all travellers at guests at Reagan National and Dulles International Airports as per Virginia Governor Ralph Northam's order, authorities declared Thursday.
 TURKEY START TO REOPEN FLIGHTS WORLDWIDE
21 Jul
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TURKEY START TO REOPEN FLIGHTS WORLDWIDE
The Milas-Bodrum Airport, serving local people and worldwide sightseers in Mugla, on the Turkish Aegean, continued universal trips as of June 26, the air terminal administrator declared.
 TRAVELERS STILL IN LISBON ATTEMPT TO COME BACK TO THEIR HOMETOWN
20 Jul
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TRAVELERS STILL IN LISBON ATTEMPT TO COME BACK TO THEIR HOMETOWN
With the spread of the Pandemic, and after the State of Emergency has been proclaimed, travelers still in Lisbon attempt to come back to their hometown. ECO was at Humberto Delgado air terminal.
 TURKEY ANNOUNCED NUMBER OF PASSENGERS IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE YEAR
17 Jul
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TURKEY ANNOUNCED NUMBER OF PASSENGERS IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE YEAR
COVID- 19 outbreak showed up in the last December in China right off the bat; however, it affected many countries financial exercises, particularly in the travel industry. Turkey General Directorate of the State Airports Authority (DHMİ) shared data about the latest situation.
 AMAZING DESTINATIONS ARE WAITING FOR YOU
14 Jul
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AMAZING DESTINATIONS ARE WAITING FOR YOU
Along these lines, at long last, we can take off once more. The suddenly wide open – if inconsistent – evacuation of quarantine and Foreign Office limitations in more than 70 touristic regions (counting the vast majority of Europe and as far away from home as Australia) in last week.
 CROATIA IS SEEING LONG LINES OF TRAFFIC DEVELOPING ALONG ITS OUTSKIRTS DESPITE COVID-19
13 Jul
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CROATIA IS SEEING LONG LINES OF TRAFFIC DEVELOPING ALONG ITS OUTSKIRTS DESPITE COVID-19
Regardless of the COVID-19 pandemic about ending the movement business, Croatia is seeing long lines of traffic developing along its outskirt. In Istria, on the nation's fringe with Slovenia, drivers were made to hold as long as three hours to be permitted into the nation on Saturday.
 MEXICO IS OPENING THE BORDERS TO VISITORS
09 Jul
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MEXICO IS OPENING THE BORDERS TO VISITORS
"The plan for the country is to open in stages and by regions," says World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) CEO Gloria Guevara. "The target is domestic travelers first, followed by travelers from the US and Canada and then the rest of the world."
 GREECE WILL BE AMONG THE FIRST TO COMMENCE ITS VISITOR SEASON
08 Jul
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GREECE WILL BE AMONG THE FIRST TO COMMENCE ITS VISITOR SEASON
Greece will be among the first to commence its visitor season, opening its lodgings from June 15 and continuing worldwide contract trips to well-known areas in July. It demands that wellbeing of the travelers stays a necessity.
 AIRLINES ARE LIKEWISE ATTEMPTING TO REMAKE TRUST WITH TRAVELERS
07 Jul
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AIRLINES ARE LIKEWISE ATTEMPTING TO REMAKE TRUST WITH TRAVELERS
With numerous flights grounded in the course of the most recent couple of months, the sector has seen mass employment misfortunes. Situation seems problematic; however, as indicated by Mikko Turtiainen, VP of worldwide deals at Finnair, request is rising since borders began to open.
 COVID-19 'UNKNOWN' İS STİLL OVER EUROPE'S TOURİSM İNDUSTRY
03 Jul
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COVID-19 'UNKNOWN' İS STİLL OVER EUROPE'S TOURİSM İNDUSTRY
Europe revives its borders for outside the travel industry to various nations on July 1, the alliance is intending to help its states which have been struck by the coronavirus pandemic. But there is a big question that pandemic made for us, will individuals have a sense of security enough to go on vacation this late spring?
 The EU Council has authoritatively agreed to lift travel limitations on 15 nations
03 Jul
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The EU Council has authoritatively agreed to lift travel limitations on 15 nations
The EU Council has authoritatively agreed to lift travel limitations on 15 nations when outer borders reopen from July 1. The list caused disagreement after sources uncovered that the United States, as well as Russia and Brazil are also excluded from the list because of the current situation related to COVID-19.
 Self-Driving Startups Work Through Health Crisis
28 Apr
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Self-Driving Startups Work Through Health Crisis
Investor-funded startups competing hard to commercialize highly automated heavy-duty trucks found themselves having to deal with unfamiliar territory in late March given the uncertainties and disruptions from the spread of the novel coronavirus — just like the rest of the trucking industry.