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French Polynesia's Institution of Statistics reported (21-Apr-2021) visitor arrivals to French Polynesia for Jan-2021. Details include:

Australia's Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Region Economics (BITRE) reported (21-Apr-2021) the following domestic traffic highlights for Australian airlines for Feb-2021:

India's Directorate General Civil Aviation (DGCA) reported (21-Apr-2021) the following domestic traffic highlights for Mar-2021:

Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) launched (21-Apr-2021) an online information centre for international visitors who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and are eligible for a shortened mandatory quarantine period. [more - original PR]

US Department of Homeland Security, via its official Twitter account, announced (20-Apr-2021) the US, Mexico and Canada will extend restrictions on non-essential travel through to 21-May-2021.

Aeromexico Group detailed (20-Apr-2021) its fleet composition as of 31-Mar-2021, with 106 aircraft:

Aeromexico resumed deployment of all six 737 MAX aircraft in its fleet in 1Q2021. [more - original PR]

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