New preflight testing programs are allowing passengers to avoid quarantine requirements in Europe.
On Tuesday, Delta Air Lines launched a Covid-19 testing program for customers flying from Atlanta to Amsterdam, while a second program is scheduled to start on Saturday for Delta passengers flying to Rome.
Unlike other preflight testing programs being conducted by American and United Airlines, Delta’s programs allow passengers to avoid quarantine requirements in Europe.
Three tests to Amsterdam, and four for Rome
Delta’s new “Covid-tested flights” originate from Georgia’s Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and will fly four times weekly to Amsterdam and three times weekly to Rome. Passengers can avoid quarantines if they test negative for Covid-19 at varying intervals before and after the flight… read more
Source: Monica Buchanan Pitrelli | CNBC