Tag: Flying

Ryanair still flying to Spain despite quarantine

Ryanair has said it will continue its flights in and out of Spain as normal, despite the UK government’s decision to impose a 14-day quarantine on travellers arriving from the country.

Neil Sorahan, Ryanair’s chief financial officer, told the BBC: “The schedules remain in place.”

The travel industry has been plunged into confusion by the quarantine rule, which was announced over the weekend.

Airlines have called it a “big blow”, throwing travel plans into chaos.

But speaking on the BBC’s Today programme, Mr Sorahan said: “As things stand, the market remains open, the schedules remain in place and we continue

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The best credit cards if you love traveling but hate flying

If you prefer trains over planes, you can still save with the right credit cards.
If you prefer trains over planes, you can still save with the right credit cards.

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Flying is a great option for many travelers, but it isn’t for everyone. Ground transportation can sometimes save you time, money, and frustration, and a car or train might be the best

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Face masks, health checks and long check-ins: the future of flying

Cabin crew in protective suits, health certifications for passengers, mandatory face masks, and longer check-in times.

This is the new reality of mass air travel.

As people dream of taking to the skies once more, they face the prospect that changes to curb the spread of coronavirus will be even more challenging than those brought in after the 2001 terror attacks in the United States.

In addition to the strict security measures commonplace around the world since then, passengers will now encounter a barrage of checks for COVID-19.

“Before the pandemic, we were told to arrive two hours before the

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Thinking About Flying With Kids? Here’s What to Consider Before You Book That Flight

Two Children Excitedly Watch as Planes Land at the Airport
Two Children Excitedly Watch as Planes Land at the Airport

With social-distancing regulations loosening across the United States, parents may be wondering when it’ll be safe to fly with the kids again. Although the CDC outlined safety measures in the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, not much has changed in terms of guidelines. However, TSA hopes to put new airpot regulations into effect by mid-June, as the number of people boarding flights has been slowly increasing. The bottom line? Only fly with your family if you absolutely need to.

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