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  1. Frequent flyer – is business travel dead?

    With Zoom meetings, webinars and online programmes, is business travel dead?

    We won’t need to travel as much as we did but cross-border business (and there will still be plenty) requires the crossing of borders, believes ...
  2. Thailand sets up COVID-19 testing lab at Bangkok airport | Video
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    Thailand sets up COVID-19 testing lab at Bangkok airport | Video

    Thailand has set up a COVID-19 testing laboratory inside Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport that will analyse on-site swab tests on arriving passengers.
  3. Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Hayling Island

    England scraps quarantine for 50 countries - but not US

    Britain's government said it will lift its COVID-19 quarantine requirement for people arriving in England from countries including Germany, ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: American Airlines planes are parked at the gate during the coronavirus disease (COVID-1

    Explainer: How US airlines are trying to stop COVID-19 on flights

    As some Americans prepare to travel for the July 4 holiday weekend, and airlines slowly ramp up service, the U.S. government has not changed rules ...
  5. Taipei airport offers 'fake' travel experience for tourists

    Check in but never leave: Taiwan offers fake flights for travel-starved tourists

    Starved of the travel experience during the coronavirus lockdown? One Taiwanese airport has the solution - a fake itinerary where you check in, go ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: Russian President Putin meets with Turkish President Erdogan in Moscow

    Turkey asks EU to correct 'mistake' of travel list exclusion

    Turkey said on Wednesday it is disappointed by the European Union's decision to exclude it from a list of countries recommended for non-essential ...
  7. Sunset in the town of Oia on the island of Santorini as Greece prepares for the return of tourists

    Greece reopens islands to flights in bid to save tourism season

    Greece on Wednesday reopened flights to its flagship island destinations as it raced to salvage a portion of the annual tourism season that is ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Dublin

    Ryanair expects to fly 4.5 million passengers in July

    Ryanair expects to fly more than 4.5 million passengers in July as it returns to a more regular schedule with 40per cent of its usual capacity ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Rome

    United States not on EU's 'safe' travel list, diplomats say

    The United States is not on a "safe list" of destinations for non-essential travel due to be unveiled by European Union governments later on ...