International travel is expanding as major airports improve their management of entry processes and countries more broadly open their doors to business travel. The major airline carriers are responding by reinstating both transatlantic and transpacific routes while offering new and improved classes of service in hopes to lure the business class traveler.
In October, over 50 new routes and air services started around the world. Most notably for business travelers are the following:
Airlines servicing APAC are carefully balancing the increase of flights to meet the demand, ensuring they avoid repeating operational issues as was seen in North America and Europe.