Italy will launch the first “Covid-free” air corridor between Europe and the United States for travelers who will have negative test results and thus abolish the mandatory quarantine for arrivals.
It was declared “Aeroporte di Roma.”” Which runs Rome’s Fiumicino airport Thursday in a statement about an agreement between my company “The Italian “Alitalia” and the American “Delta Airlines” to operate special flights between some North American cities and Rome, starting from December..
The same source added that similar air corridors will be tested between Rome and the German cities of Munich and Frankfurt.
The initiative follows the launch of similar domestic flights between Rome and Milan in September.
“New experimental travel protocols on flights from the United States to Fiumicino will gradually be proposed to travelers beginning in December,” the statement said..
“The test phase aims to evaluate the effectiveness of the new travel method, to make it more available before the next summer season,” the statement added“.
و .شارت “Aeroporte de Roma stated that travelers coming from JFK airports in New York, Newark and Atlanta can avoid mandatory quarantine for arrivals from the United States by conducting a COVID-19 test 48 hours before the flight departure and another upon their arrival in Rome.
Fiumicino airport proposes rapid checks to detect the infection for travelers upon arrival, with the result known within half an hour.
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