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1. Air Travel Bubble Between Hong Kong and Singapore Postponed Until 2021
The launch of the highly anticipated Air Travel Bubble (ATB) between Singapore and Hong Kong has again been put on hold. The ATB, which would allow people to travel between the two major aviation hubs for any reason and without the need to quarantine at either end, had been scheduled to take off on Sunday, 22 November but those plans were grounded at the last minute. Published by T
2. Air Travel Bubble Between Hong Kong and Singapore Bursts Again
The planned Air Travel Bubble (ATB) between Hong Kong and Singapore has once again been postponed. This attempt at launching the ATB was scheduled to take off on 26 May but has been deferred due to the recent increase in unlinked community cases in Singapore. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 17 May 2021.
3. Hong Kong - Singapore Air Travel Bubble to Take Off on 22 November
Under the ATB, travellers between Singapore and Hong Kong will be subject to COVID19 tests, in lieu of quarantine or Stay-Home Notice. There will be no restrictions on the purpose of travel and no requirement for a controlled itinerary or sponsorship.
4. Singapore - Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble Set for Take Off on 26 May
Singapore and Hong Kong are having another go at establishing a travel bubble between the two cities, after the last two attempts both failed at the last minute. The take off date for the Air Travel Bubble (ATB) between SIN and HKG is set for 26 May 2021. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 26 April 2021.
5. Hong Kong - Singapore Air Travel Bubble Suspended at Last Minute
The Air Travel Bubble between Hong Kong and Singapore has been suspended. The decision was taken after a spike, even larger than had been expected on Saturday, of COVID19 cases in Hong Kong. The ATB will now not happen until sometime in December, at the earliest.
6. Japan Airlines first airline in Japan to install self check in machines for International passen
Japan Airlines first airline in Japan to install self check in machines for International passengers
7. Cathay Pacific Carried Just 37,815 Passengers in November
Cathay Pacific carried just 37,815 passengers in November 2020, a decrease of 98.6% when compared to November 2019. The months revenue passenger kilometres (RPKs) fell 97.9% year-on-year, whilst passenger load factor dropped by 61.5 percentage points to 18.5%, and capacity (ASKs) decreased by 90.9%. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 18 December 2020.
8. Wireless luggage processing solutions get Middle East launch at regions top airport supplies ex
Wireless luggage processing solutions get Middle East launch at regions top airport supplies exhibition.

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