MALTA HAS REOPENED FOR TOURISM
Malta is reopening for tourism on July 1st, allowing visitors from many nations to enter the country without an isolation period or testing. As of August, many more countries have been added to the approved list. The Prime Minister of Malta, Robert Abela, also announced Malta’s International Airport will resume commercial passenger flights on July 1st. Flights carrying tourists coming from the 20+ pre-approved country list will start arriving in Malta that very day.
India slowly resuming global flights with air bubble deals
India has cautiously opened up limited air travel with a clutch of countries including the US and United Arab Emirates (UAE). American carrier United Airlines last Friday started operating 18 flights from Newark and San Francisco to Delhi, following an air bubble agreement. The flights, till the end of the month, follow
Seychelles To Officially Reopen For All Travelers
Seychelles’ Minister for Foreign Affairs and Tourism, Sylvestre Radegonde, announced on March 4, 2021 that the island destination will reopen to visitors from all countries except South Africa beginning March 25, 2021. The announcement follows a Tourism Task Force Committee meeting. Visitors will only be required to present a negative PCR test taken 72 hours prior to departure. Vaccination status is not required.