• What to expect the next time you fly - changes airlines have made in response to the coronavirus pandemic

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

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    Flying during the coronavirus pandemic is very different from what it used to be.
    Southwest airlines have completely eliminated foodservice on flights shorter than 250 miles.
    Delta has introduced a fog machine that disinfects its planes after every flight.
    Many large airports have installed a stronger air filtration system that uses bipolar ionization technology to neutralize pathogens.
    Many airlines are transparent about the steps they're taking against the coronavirus, and you can find more about a specific airline by visiting their website.
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  • Major U.K. travel insurers have stopped selling travel insurance

    Major U.K. travel insurers have stopped selling travel insurance

    2 monthes ago - By Travel and Tourworld

    Since the coronavirus pandemic sparked travel chaos around the world a significant number of major insurers in the U.K. have pulled out of the travel insurance market.
    Which? the consumer organisation found out from 75 insurance providers if and how they were changing their provisions of travel insurance after the global outbreak.
    It was found that the sale of travel insurance to new customers was temporarily suspended, 31 insurers including companies like Aviva, LV and Direct Line have done the same.
    Axa, Saga and Staysure, have changed aspects of their policies making them more...
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  • These Travelers Used Miles To Fly Home During The Coronavirus Pandemic And Saved $1,000s

    These Travelers Used Miles To Fly Home During The Coronavirus Pandemic And Saved $1,000s

    2 monthes ago - By Forbes

    With airlines shutting down and flights being canceled due to COVID-19, these travelers used points and miles to save $1,000s on their flights back to the U.S.
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