19 March

Good News from Delta and American Airlines

Good News from Delta and American Airlines.  Air connections between United States and Italy resume.

The official announcements of American Airlines and Delta Airlines are of those that bode well that the recovery of air traffic will be faster than expected.

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AMERICAN AIRLINES from rome and milan

It returns to the Italian skies of Rome and Milan.

The air onnections will depart on March 28 from Rome to Dallas, with a daily flight. From April 4, the daily flight from Milan Malpensa to New York will be added.

The reopening of the two routes is part of an extensive plan to expand American Airlines’ summer operations.

In addition to the two Italian airports, in fact, it will fly from the United States to different airports in Great Britain and Europe, such as London Heathrow, Madrid, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Barcelona, ​​Dublin and Frankfurt.

Before departing, customers will be able to use the free VeriFLY App from all international destinations to the United States and on all direct and connecting flights from the United States to the United Kingdom.

American Airlines has been the first U.S. carrier to introduce this App. VeriFLY is a mobile health passport that helps customers understand and verify their travel requirements.

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DELTA AIR LINES – new covid-tested flights

Delta Air Lines opens Covid-tested flights from New York JFK to Milan Malpensa and Rome Fiumicino.

The flights will allow authorized passengers to avoid the 14-day quarantine, mandatory upon entry into Italy, following a strict screening protocol before and after the trip.

Passengers travelling on Delta’s Covid-tested flights to Italy must be tested negative for a total of three times.

A COVID polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test performed up to 72 hours before departure; a quick test administered at New York-JFK Airport prior to boarding; a quick antigenic test on arrival in Milan Malpensa or Rome.

In fact, upon arrival in Milan Malpensa and Roma Fiumicino, they will have to reach the screening facility inside the airport terminal.

Here the medical staff will give them a quick antigenic test. If this turns out to be negative, they will not have to quarantine the 14-day quarantine.

The new protocol will be available to all citizens authorized to travel to Italy for essential reasons, such as certain types of work, health and education.

COVID-tested flights will operate until June 30, 2021.

Good News from Delta and American Airlines!!!

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