Canada Suspends Vaccination Mandate For Air Passengers

As the travel industry attempts to return to a semblance of normality after months of restrictions due to the COVID pandemic, each country tried to find its own way to deal with the situation balancing the need to protect its population in a rapidly changing health environment and the need…

London’s Heathrow Airport Undergoes Recovery Phase For Summer Travel Demand

The U.K. aviation industry has observed a strong recovery after scrapping travel restrictions in March. London’s Heathrow Airport — the busiest airport in the country — recorded 5.3 million passengers had traveled in May, the busiest month since March 2020, the figure has reached 79% of 2019 levels. The airport…

Community to See First Commercial Flights in Over 10 Years

Gallup, a city located along Interstate I-40 in western New Mexico with a population of just under 21,000 residents will finally be getting commercial air service after 12-years without one. The last airline to serve the community was Great Lakes Airlines, they offered flights to both Denver and Phoenix with…

South Korea Quarantine Rules Come to an End as Airlines…

South Korea has gradually reopened its border after two years of the pandemic. The decision has come after the flattening of the coronavirus curve in the country. Starting this week, the country will drop its quarantine rules and welcome foreign arrivals regardless of the travelers’ vaccine status. The travelers need…

Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal Two Reopens

Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal Two will resume its operations on May 29 after a two years hiatus. In the wake of the pandemic, airport officials closed Terminal Two in May 2020, so they could enhance its facilities. The terminal was initially expected to be closed for 18 months, but the…

Tijuana International Airport Unveils New Transit Facility for Prospective Long-Haul…

Last Monday, Tijuana, Mexico's International Airport expanded its terminal space,  opening a new passenger processing facility that will further facilitate the transit of Tijuana Airport travelers between Mexico and the United States. The new facility consists of 52 check-in counters, 6 security screening lanes, 2 boarding gates and 6 immigration…

Qatar Civil Aviation Authority Chooses Frequentis to Enhance its Airspace…

FIFA World Cup is around the corner and as preparations continue in Qatar, the state's Civil Aviation Authority (QCAA) has selected Frequentis to upgrade its existing voice communication system (VCS) and modernize its air traffic control towers. This is to help meet air traffic demand resulting from the World Cup…

Frontier Airlines Leaves Delaware Without Commercial Air Service

After making the headlines for its attempt to merge with Spirit Airlines, Denver-based low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines is in the news for announcing the termination of the only commercial service in the state of Delaware. Its service between Wilmington-New Castle Airport and Orlando will terminate at the beginning of the…

Peruvian Government Works to Improve Airports in Northern Peru

Aeropuertos del Perú (AdP), a concessionaire of 12 airports in Peru, announced the beginning of works at Piura airport and revealed the work progress at the Chiclayo airport. Piura’s Airport Project AdP signed the contract for the Technical File preparation of the project " Capitán FAP Guillermo Concha Iberico Airport’s…