THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL :: Blog Post 3

What is the new reality for airlines, airports and passengers?

With a plethora of experts and aviation & travel journalists sharing their thoughts on the future shape of the travel industry, we thought it would be useful to consolidate articles & content in the hope that you will not only enjoy reading from a single source, but it will also become a useful future portal of information for when we are all finally released back into the wild........

Our aim is too keep this blog updated with fresh & interesting content.

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communicate their new bio security measures. The airline announced this week that flights from 21 European airports will resume from 15 June...what the full video here to understand how the travel experience from home-to-board-gate will change.

WATCH video here

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A MUST read report to anyone intended to travel in the next 18 months......from International Air Transport Association (IATA).

As airlines resume passenger services during the ongoing Covid-19 Crisis, there are likely to be multiple public health, regulatory, training, operational and crew and consumer confidence challenges. This document is aimed at helping airlines consider the impact of these on their proposed operations and to help formulate alternative procedures until all restrictions are lifted

READ full IATA report HERE

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Loving this and thanks again to our friends at International Air Transport Association (IATA) for sharing. A really interesting interactive Coronavirus Travel Regulations Map, showing which countries are allowing flights in and out and what restrictions are currently in place.

link to map: https://lnkd.in/exp6vjS

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As the UK moves to the stage of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, people are asking how they should protect themselves in situations where guidelines on social distancing are difficult to achieve.

One of the most common forms of protection is a mask or face covering but, as there are different types of masks, it can be confusing to know what they are for and how they should be used.

An inappropriate or poor design of mask or face covering may not protect the wearer adequately and may also lead to a false sense of protection. This BSI guide summarizes the main characteristics of the four most common categories of mask and face covering available in the UK that health workers and the public may use

Read FULL BSI Report here a fascinating read!!

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BACK in the air.  Jet2 to resume flights from July 1 after coronavirus pandemic.

Airline Jet2 and tour operator Jet2holidays will resume flights and holidays on July 1.

The company said the health and safety of customers and colleagues is the "absolute priority", and it will continue to monitor the situation closely.

Read full report here

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