Around 8K individuals landed in Hawaii on the 1st day of a pre-travel testing program that allowed vacationers to arrive to the islands without self-isolating for 14 days if they could produce a negative Covid-19 test. The testing program is an effort to stem the brutal affect the Covid-19 crisis has had on Hawaii’s tourism-based… Read More 8,000 people landed in Hawaii on the 1st day of a pre-travel testing program that allowed travelers to skip quarantine
Finnair, the flag carrier & largest airline of Finland, will start selling ready-made business class airplane food in stores this week to keep the catering staff of Finland’s state-controlled airline employed. Starting Thursday, the handmade food, which are part of the “Taste of Finnair” pilot scheme, will be sold at the K-City Market Tammisto in… Read More Finnair to sell ready-made business class airplane food in stores to keep its catering staff employed
Despite rising Covid-19 cases nationwide, Hawaii authorities hope to restart tourism next week by loosening months of economically crippling pandemic restrictions, including a mandatory 2 week self-isolation for all arriving vacationers. The plan, which was postponed after the infection surged in the summer, will allow Hawaii-bound vacationers who provide negative Covid-19 test results within 3… Read More Hawaii officials to reboot tourism next week despite increasing coronavirus cases across the U.S.
Walt Disney World looked almost empty when turnstiles began turning again in July after closing down because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Almost 3 months later, the parks are more crowded since the former reopening, but attendance is still at a historical low. Daily attendance on a recent weekend at Magic Kingdom was similar to a… Read More Walt Disney World is more crowded since the initial reopening but attendance is still at a historical low
The thought of getting on a flight with no destination, flying for several hours, and then arriving back to the same airport is gaining traction over the world. Australia’s Qantas, Taiwan’s EVA, Singapore Airlines and Japan’s ANA have all either run planes to nowhere or are about to. However, the idea of the flight to… Read More Almost two-thirds of Americans are interested in taking a flight to nowhere according to a new poll
A small bunch of European airports are actualizing preliminaries of rapid Covid-19 tests, working with airlines to push innovation currently being created as an approach to restore hindered international air travel. The tests, which can be completed in half an hour, are viewed as the best way in the aviation industry to conquer new travel… Read More European airports implementing trials of rapid COVID-19 tests to revive stunted international air travel
A deadly kind of algae might be answerable for the ongoing passings of many elephants in Botswana. Authorities said on Monday that a perilous blue-green algae seemed to debase a water hotspot for the creatures, which could have taken lives of roughly 330 elephants this year in the Southern African nation. A poisonous sprout of… Read More A toxic bloom of cyanobacterium in water sources killed approximately 330 elephants in Botswana