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Jazeera Airways today announced that it is offering 50,000 free round-trip tickets to frontline heroes fighting the Covid-19 pandemic in the State of Kuwait.

During an interview with aviation industry consultant John Strickland, during ATM Virtual, Joszef Varadi, CEO, Wizz Air, confirmed his ambitions for the low-cost carrier’s impending move to operate out of Abu Dhabi.

Delta is extending their commitment to make more space for safer travel by continuing to block the selection of middle seats and capping seating in every cabin through September of this year.

In a continued support to the efforts of the State of Kuwait in the fight against Covid-19, Jazeera Airways converted its Park & Fly facility in record time for free use by the Ministry of Health to perform the first drive-through virus tests in Kuwait.

Starting June 21 of this year, Blue Air announced the reopening of regular flights from Cyprus on the following routes: Larnaca – Athens, Larnaca – Thessaloniki, and Larnaca - Bucharest.

Air Arabia recently reported a profitable first quarter (January to March) of the current year despite COVID-19 impact on the carrier’s first quarter financial and operational performance.

Cyprus Airways announced its revised Summer 2020 flight schedule, after the announcement of the Cyprus government that Larnaca and Paphos airports will reopen on of June 09 of this year and based on the list of countries that government allows to operate flights from.

More than 200 health care workers at Swedish Medical Center Ballard were among the first to enjoy the season's first catch of prized Copper River salmon.

Ryanair's plans to return to 40 percent of normal flight schedules from  July 01 of this year, is a promising prospect for the aviation industry.

Their new return to flight video regarding the health measures is a great tip for all passengers who will be on board a Ryanair flight soon.

Visit www.ryanair.com for more information.

In line with national efforts aimed at combating the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, in coordination with a number of Bahraini enterprises specialising in medical supplies, recently assisted in the importation of nine tons of medical items needed to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19, as well as general medications, medical equipment and hygienic products.

The medical drugs and equipment were chartered on special Gulf Air flights in an initiative spearheaded by Team Bahrain.

The collaboration between the national carrier and the local companies is to ensure the Kingdom possesses an abundant supply of medical drugs and equipment during this time to serve the shared goal of a safe and healthy community for all.