AIDA Cruises pauses its program due to travel restrictions of Germany
AIDA Cruises today announced that it will temporarily stop its cruises for November, canceling all scheduled trips between Oct 31 and Nov 30, citing Germany's "far-reaching measures" to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
This follows the Oct. 28 decision of the Federal Government of Germany to place new restrictions on public life and travel in order to limit the spread of COVID-19, which the organization has completely supported.
In mid-October, AIDA Cruises resumed its cruises on a phased-in basis aboard AIDAblu, announcing that the company was demonstrating that safe travel is possible through the introduction of robust health and safety guidelines established in collaboration with national and international authorities and medical experts.
"AIDA Cruises recognizes its decision is disappointing to its guests and appreciates guests understanding the importance of making health and safety the most important priority," the company stated in their latest press release.
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