Delta To Launch First Quarantine-Free, COVID-Free Travel To Europe Through New Testing Protocols
Click Like to Follow Fliegerfaust Facebook page to get the News ASAP / Share to share this post now.
November 27, 2020 - by Delta Staff for news.delta.com
- Agreement with airports and governments eliminates quarantine requirement on COVID-tested flights connecting Atlanta and Rome.
Delta Air Lines, the Aeroporti di Roma and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport have joined in a first-of-its-kind trans-Atlantic COVID-19 testing program that will enable quarantine-free entry into Italy, in accordance with a decree expected to be issued soon by the government of Italy.
"Carefully designed COVID-19 testing protocols are the best path for resuming international travel safely and without quarantine until vaccinations are widely in place," said Steve Sear, Delta President – International and Executive Vice President - Global Sales. "Safety is our core promise – it's at the center of this pioneering testing effort and it's the foundation of our standards for cleanliness and hygiene to help customers feel confident when they fly Delta."
Delta has engaged expert advisors from Mayo Clinic, a global leader in serious and complex healthcare, to...
- 500 Delta Airline Staff Test Positive for Coronavirus, 10 Dead ... ›
- Coronavirus Shockwave Rocks Airplane Manufacturers, Suppliers ... ›
- The USAF Is Transporting COVID-19 Patients in Modified Shipping ... ›