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Tourist travel expected to return in the second semester: airlines

Q TRAVEL - European airlines and local tourism agencies predict that Costa Ricans could resume tourism travel to the European Union starting in June. This estimate stems from the fact that by then there would be greater control of the pandemic thanks to ongoing vaccination...

How COVID-19 could impact travel for years to come

In late 2019, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) published its “Economic Performance of the Airline Industry” report. It contained a 2020 forecast of 4.1 per cent growth in global air traffic demand and net post-tax profits for North American airlines of US$16.5 billion. Travel...

6 airlines to resume flights to Costa Rica between August and October

(QCOSTARICA) Air France and British Airways confirmed that they will reactivate their regular flights to Costa Rica in October, while Edelweiss would do so in August, reported Aeris, the manager of the Juan Santamaría International (San Jose) airport. Aeris said that British Airways with service...

ICT calls to resume tourist flights on July 1 with Europe and Canada

(QCOSTARICA) The Instituto Costarricense de Turismo (ICT - Costa Rican Tourism Board -  reported on Wednesday, June 24, that it will arrange for the government to resume tourist flights starting July 1, first with European countries and, later, with Canada. The ICT explained that this...

Half of Americans Plan to Take Post-Pandemic Trips Over the Next Six Weeks

(TRAVEL PULSE) Just released, Longwoods International’s eleventh-wave ‘COVID-19 Travel Sentiment Study’ indicates that nearly half (48%t) of U.S. travelers are planning their first post-pandemic trip over the next six weeks in a lead-up to the Fourth of July holiday weekend. During this time frame, Americans...

Antoine Cros, Air France-KLM: “There will be an airfare war in September”

(QCOSTARICA) International air activity could normalize in October, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), but before that, airlines must gradually operate until they regain their occupancy and frequencies. In this scenario, it will be vital to reduce the cost of operation to the...

Some people just don’t seem to know how to travel

INSIDER - At every airport and on every flight, you'll find the person who doesn't stow their tray away after their belongings go through the scanner, or who spends the duration of the journey loudly wandering up and down the aisles, disturbing passengers who...

Flying 101: Experts Reveal All About Air Travel

Experts Reveal All About Air Travel No matter how often or little we fly, there is always a wonder of air travel never ceases to astound us. Here we ask the experts – cabin crew, pilots and airline execs – to explain everything we’ve always...

How to Save Money Abroad: Thinking Like An Economist

A record number of tourists and business travelers visited another country in 2016, and this year is already on pace to exceed that tally. One thing you definitely need when traveling abroad besides a passport is local currency, such as euros in Europe, yen in...

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