Day: July 15, 2020

KLM welcomes customers back to its lounges

KLM has reopened its European Schengen Crown Lounge at Schiphol. The KLM Crown Lounge (Non-Schengen) remained open up to clients, offering them an option to continue to use the most important services. This designed KLM the only key European airline to preserve its hub lounge open up from the beginning of March as a result of to the conclude of June. The extra limited foods & beverage companies are now remaining cautiously expanded to the full‑service offering.

KLM Schengen Lounge

In the wake of the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, KLM was compelled to near its Schengen Lounge in March. Helpful 1

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Oneworld, SkyTeam and Star Alliance Come Together to Let Travelers Know They Can Fly With Confidence

The 3 international airline alliances, collectively representing around fifty p.c of the world’s air targeted visitors, have occur alongside one another to spotlight the actions airlines are adopting to guarantee the very well-remaining of consumers although travelling. Expensive Travelers1, a video by the 3 alliances, gives a seem at what consumers can hope on their journeys around the coming months as vacation limits are gradually eased and the globe starts to reopen.

After consumers are all set to fly, they can do so with self confidence, confident that airlines and airports all-around the globe are utilizing enhanced cleanliness

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Air New Zealand opens refurbished Auckland Domestic Lounge

Air New Zealand has opened its refreshed domestic lounge at Auckland Airport these days.


The lounge has 375 seats out there for customers.

Air New Zealand Normal Manager Purchaser Liz Fraser suggests it’s great to open up the refreshed Auckland Domestic Lounge.

“We have redone the bar and barista station to offer more place for customers to get pleasure from a coffee or consume though getting in sights of the runway. We’ve also refreshed the café zone and included more showers for those people wanting to freshen up before they fly.

”We now have

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New Landing Bans Force Austrian Airlines to Cancel Flights



  • Austrian Ministry of Overall health orders new landing bans commencing 16 July 2020
  • Austrian Airlines has to cancel various flights up until finally 31 July 2020, previously mentioned all to the Balkans
  • “We advocate a uniform and stable travel coverage in the EU”, claims CCO Andreas Otto

The Austrian Federal Ministry of Social Affairs, Overall health, Care and Consumer Security has massively expanded the listing of landing bans for aircraft. Starting off Thursday, 16 July 2020, no typical flights from the next countries, amongst others, will be permitted to land in Austria: Albania,

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