Bubbles, Corridors And Bridges: Opening Up International Air Travel
As aviation starts what increasingly looks like a long and slow recovery towards filling seats, comprehensive route networks and confident travellers, the past week has seen numerous news features and articles about the creation of bubbles
Certainly, the notion of “clean” bubbles in which travel is relatively unrestricted and low risk are an attractive alternative for the industry compared to 14-day quarantining of international arrivals which all but squashes the most essential international travel.
A number of bubbles have been announced, or at least discussed. There’s the Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, which are now discussing adding Finland and Poland.
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