To control the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus, governments around the world recommend against all but essential travel to certain countries, quarantining citizens returning from affected areas and restricting non-resident arrivals.
While the level of recognition of the different digital health pass offerings may presently be quite low, and many of the solutions still have some way to go in their development and roll-out, the value that they offer on the path to safe travel is clearly understood by business travelers.
As part of their efforts to keep travelers safe, some airlines are social distancing passengers by keeping a number of seats free on flights; typically, the middle seat is kept free. This report details what airlines are doing and includes information on those that have not announced the adoption of such measures.
Since the U.K.’s exit from the EU (European Union), rules affecting business travel between the U.K. and Europe have changed. Changes mostly affect U.K. citizens making trips to Europe, but business travel from Europe to the U.K. will see some changes too. Anyone traveling for business between Europe and the U.K. could be affected under some circumstances.
In an effort to reassure both employees and travelers that they are doing what they can to protect them against COVID-19, hotels are implementing new and improved cleanliness and hygiene processes. This report summarizes what hotel companies around the world are doing and planning.
COVID-19 testing is seen as a way to safely open up both international and domestic travel, particularly as more destinations make the presentation of a negative result a condition of arrival. Such a result may reduce or even eliminate quarantine in some destinations. As testing develops, it is …
As part of their efforts to keep travelers and employees safe, almost all airlines around the world now require passengers to wear a face covering of some sort for the duration of a trip.
However, there can be some differences between airlines. These reports detail what airlines currently require.
COVID-19 has proved to be an incredibly powerful disruptor of travel. It’s now been nine months since the World Health Organization’s (WHO) March 2020 pandemic declaration, and travel has so far returned only to modest levels.
This document provides a round-up of the latest situation regarding Brexit, drawing largely on the most recent information and advice from the Government of the United Kingdom (U.K.).
These reports summarize what airlines around the world are doing and planning in Europe, Latin America, Middle East, Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia and Southwest Pacific
A collection of reports that summarize what airlines across the world are doing and planning in view of COVID-19. Some are now beginning to resume service.
In an effort to reassure travelers that they are doing all they can to protect them against COVID-19, rail operators and train companies are implementing new and improved cleanliness and hygiene processes. These reports summarize what a selection of train companies around the world are doing.
To give people the confidence to resume travel, measures are already being rolled out by suppliers, regulators and other organizationsto ensure they can do so safely, with a much reduced risk of exposure to COVID-19. Many aspects of air travel may not return to how they were before COVID-19. The six stages a traveler has …
This report summarizes what car rental companies around the world are doing and planning in view of COVID-19.
To give people the confidence to resume travel, measures are already being rolled out by suppliers, regulators and other organizations to ensure they can do so safely, with a much reduced risk of exposure to COVID-19. Many aspects of a hotel stay may not return to how they were before COVID-19. Some of the changes …
To give people the confidence to resume travel, measures are already being rolled out by suppliers, regulators and other organizations to ensure they can do so safely, with a much-reduced risk of exposure to COVID-19.
Following Concorde’s retirement in 2003, it’s been more than 15 years since a supersonic passenger aircraft last operated a commercial service. And yet travelers and travel companies continue to dream of supersonic travel.
Aerospace firms are working together to tackle the industry’s growing contribution to greenhouse gas emissions. One solution is to power aircraft using electric engines. A prototype of the world’s first commercial all-electric passenger aircraft is already flying.
NASA’s Space Shuttle completed its last mission in 2011, but the appetite for space travel hasn’t disappeared. The race for space has continued among private enterprise. Passengers could be traveling into space as soon as 2020.
Robots can help deliver a personalized experience to travelers. While travelers are happy to use automated technology, they’re less sure about interacting with robots. Deploying robot services in airports and hotels improves customer service and lowers costs.