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More quarantine-free flights, Delta Air Lines in conversation with Govt.

NEW YORK: Delta Air Lines is in talks with governments so as to add more quarantine-free journeys to international locations, after the first two such flights take off this week for Europe, an govt for the US carrier stated on Tuesday (Dec 15).

The aviation business has largely backed the creation of such agreements, travel corridors, and “bubbles,” where passengers testing negative for the novel coronavirus can fly without lengthy quarantines to stop COVID-19, as a way to revive battered demand.

The US carrier’s two flights, which begin on Tuesday from Atlanta to Amsterdam, require travelers to take a number of assessments for the coronavirus and are restricted to passengers making important journeys.

At the same time as COVID-19 vaccinations get began this week in the US and Canada, airlines see testing because the quickest solution to resume an international journey without quarantines since inoculation campaigns will take time.

 

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