2020 flew over our heads while we were busy dealing with the problems arising out of the global outbreak of coronavirus. People across the globe spent countless days at the comfort of their home but suffering through the dilemma of constant boredom and longing to be outside. We have heard of home-sick. But in 2020, I would like to say that we were ‘outdoor-sick’.
As we have almost reached the end of the year, the world has started the healing processes in respective to aspects that have been deeply affected by the pandemic. A handful of countries have kick started their tourism industries in order to stabilize their strained economies. Consequently, airlines have slowly begun to increase their travel schedules inclusive of more destinations.
Deutsche Lufthansa AG, common referred as Lufthansa is the largest German airlines. When combined with its subsidiaries, they are the second largest airline operating in Europe in terms of passengers carried. In the summer of 2020, the airline operated only a mere fraction of its planned scheduled due to subdued demand and travel restrictions. However, they have expressed that the airline is relatively optimistic about its Summer 2021 schedule. In this regard, the airline will be accommodating travel for 6 new long haul tourist destinations from Frankfurt, being; Punta Cana, Anchorage, Mombasa, Zanzibar, Mauritius and Maldives. All flights are now available for booking.
The country I call home, Maldives is a popular tourist destination amongst holidaymakers desiring to experience tranquility surrounded with the sun, sea and sand.
(Cover Picture: MACL)