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What changes we may see when travelling after COVID-19 pandemic ?
A few days ago, the EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) and ECDC (European Center for Disease Prevention and Control) published a set of rules for air travel: COVID-19 Aviation Health Safety Protocol.

Because most of you don't have enough time to consult it, here are the most important changes that we should expect in the near future when we want to travel.

Thomas Cook and XL Airways on the verge of bankruptcy
More than 150,000 Britains are now on holiday abroad with Thomas Cook and in danger of being left without transportation back home.

While Thomas Cook, one of the oldest travel agencies in the world, founded in 1841 and considered the founder of the "tour package" concept, is on the verge of bankruptcy XL Airways already announced on their website that due to its financial difficulties they will stop selling tickets effective of 19th September 2019 and some of their flights may have to be cancelled.

Dubai tourists now allowed to buy alcohol from stores
Drinking alcohol will be legal in Dubai for travelers who obtain an authorization from one of the places designated by the authorities. This is a free 30-day license that can be obtained by non-Muslim visitors over 21 years old, used to buy and consume alcoholic beverages from stores during their stay.

To get the license, applicants have to present their passport in original, complete a form, sign a declaration on their own responsibility that they are not residents of the UAE, and confirm that they agree to the regulations governing the purchase, transport and consumption of alcohol in Dubai. The stores will keep a copy of the passport and entry visa, and the visitor will receive a leaflet with responsible consumption instructions in Dubai.


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