European Union Plans to Reopen Most Borders in July

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EU Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson talking at an earlier press conference. European Commission Skift Take: Member countries of the European Union are in disagreement about how long to maintain travel restrictions. But expect most travel in and out of the bloc to stay blocked at least through July 1. — Sean O’Neill Read the […]

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Where Are Travel Prices Headed? Get Ready for Twists and Turns

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Pavilion of the enlightened at Ancient Siam in Thailand. Hatoriz / Visual Hunt Skift Take: Domestic airfares around the world fell dramatically in May — on average. But, as with hotels, there are currently pockets of strength — and will be for months. Still, contrarian trends don’t make for a nice, tidy trend line when […]

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American and United Diverge on Summer Recovery Expectations

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American Airlines is adding significant domestic capacity in July. Tim Bounds / Flickr Skift Take: American and United are taking different approaches in the Covid-19 recovery. Each has valid reasons for their strategies, which seem rooted in how they view the U.S. market’s potential. — Brian Sumers Read the Complete Story On Skift

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