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Cancun Airport Adds More Immigration Officers To Keep Up With Demand

Cancun Airport Adds More Immigration Officers To Keep Up With Demand

Share The Article Last Updated 8 mins ago The Commissioner of the National Institute of Migration (INM), Francisco Garduño Yáñez has promised to add more immigration officers at the Cancun International Airport after photos and videos of long line ups when viral on twitter. The INM has stated that number of immigration agents employed at […]

New Tulum Airport and Train From Cancun Will Connect Tourism Hotspots

New Tulum Airport and Train From Cancun Will Connect Tourism Hotspots

Share The Article Last Updated 21 seconds ago The popularity of Tulum continues to skyrocket and is often being referred to as the next Bali. As it stands now, the only way to get to Tulum is to arrive at the Cancun International Airport and take the hour and a half drive south. Traveling to Tulum […]

Emirates launches daily Dubai flights from Moscow Domodedovo Airport

Emirates launches daily Dubai flights from Moscow Domodedovo Airport

The post Emirates launches daily Dubai flights from Moscow Domodedovo Airport appeared first on TD (Travel Daily Media) Travel Daily. On November 30, Emirates performed its first ЕК 131 flight as a part of the renewed flight schedule on the route Dubai (DXB) – Moscow Domodedovo Airport (DME) – Dubai (DXB). With additional flights, Emirates […]

FlyArystan launches new service to Turkistan International Airport

FlyArystan launches new service to Turkistan International Airport

The post FlyArystan launches new service to Turkistan International Airport appeared first on TD (Travel Daily Media) Travel Daily. FlyArystan, the LCC division of the Air Astana Group, is the first carrier to operate services from Nur-Sultan to Turkistan in southern Kazakhstan. Air Astana Group President, Peter Foster, the Chairman of the Civil Aviation Committee, […]

Cancun Airport Reports Busy Weekend Despite New Travel Restrictions

Cancun Airport Reports Busy Weekend Despite New Travel Restrictions

The majority of the international flights on Saturday were from the United States as the country celebrated the Presidents Day long weekend. Other flights carried passengers from Turkey, Venezuela, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Panama, Germany, England, France, Switzerland. Source link

Air India flight with all-woman cockpit crew successfully lands at Bengaluru airport

Air India flight with all-woman cockpit crew successfully lands at Bengaluru airport

Air India’s longest direct flight from San Francisco to Bengaluru with an all-woman cockpit crew successfully landed in the southern city on 11 January. The national carrier had said that this flight would be the longest commercial flight in the world to be operated by any Indian airline and the total flight time on this […]

COVID-19 restrictions remain in place at Fiji’s Nadi International Airport

COVID-19 restrictions remain in place at Fiji’s Nadi International Airport

Fiji Airports chairman Geoffrey Shaw confirmed today that Fiji’s main international airport will continue to restrict access to its passenger terminal due to the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19 restrictions have been in place at Nadi International Airport since March of 2020 as a health and safety requirement, including banning non-passengers from entering the airport terminal, and […]

Incheon airport first in Asia-Pacific to receive health accreditation

Incheon airport first in Asia-Pacific to receive health accreditation

Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific today announced that Incheon International Airport in Seoul, South Korea is the first airport in the Asia-Pacific region to be accredited under the ACI Airport Health Accreditation programme. ACI’s Airport Health Accreditation programme assists airports by assessing new health measures and procedures introduced as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic […]

Is London Heathrow becoming a second grade airport?

Is London Heathrow becoming a second grade airport?

“Britain’s economic recovery is falling behind.  Heathrow’s traffic figures for August demonstrate the extent to which quarantine is strangling the economy, cutting British businesses off from their international markets, and blocking international students, tourists, and investors from coming here to spend money.  The Government has announced it is looking at the options for reducing quarantine […]

Mumbai Airport initiates smartphone check-in

Mumbai Airport initiates smartphone check-in

Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport has introduced nearly 50  SITA mobile-enabled kiosks becoming one of the first airports in India to deliver a contactless flight check-in for passengers. The technology allows passengers to use their mobile device to interact with kiosks. This significantly reduces the need to touch surfaces in the airport and meets […]

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