Some sniffer dogs are being tested to see if they can detect COVID-19 in groups of people.
Plus, Delta (kind of) figured out how to continue flying to Johannesburg.
Those are some of today’s travel headlines that caught my eye and I thought you, too, may find interesting.
COVID-Sniffing Dogs Trials Underway Now!
Many of us have seen sniffer dogs at airports — searching for explosives, drugs, fruit, or other items.
But now they may have another task: detecting travelers with COVID-19.
Delta Adds Triangle Route to Serve South Africa
Just a week after announcing the retirement of its Boeing 777 fleet, Delta Air Lines has plans to get from Atlanta to two South Africa with A350s.
Air Traffic Controller: Work is More Complicated Than Ever Right Now
Believe it or not, now is a very stressful time for air traffic controllers.
Reports: Ethiad Might Get Rid of its A350s
Delta might be smelling a good deal. Simple Flying reports Ethiad is might ditch their A350s (and A380s).
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