This week has been a mixed bag. On one hand, we’ve seen a few countries ease their Covid-19 travel restrictions. On the other hand, the airline industry seems to be in a free fall as new reports of airline bankruptcies emerge. Here’s a quick recap of some of the stories this week.
The IATA has set up a pretty handy website where you can track Covid-19 related travel restrictions. As many countries ease restrictions, this is a good resource that you can utilize before booking your next trip.
Covid-19 has completely upended the travel industry. Airlines are simply not able to survive due to the sudden paucity of customer demand. LATAM USA is the latest to go bust.
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As travel has ground to a halt due to Covid-19, we’re now seeing some of the ripple effects. As airlines and airports remain largely shut, the car rental industry is facing the brunt as well. However, Hertz’s management’s actions are surely facing public scrutiny.
Last week, we heard the horrific news about the PIA aircraft crash in Karachi, Pakistan that killed 97 people on board. There’s now a new twist to the tale as investigators have found two bags containing cash worth 30 million Pakistani rupees.
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