Amid COVID-19 pandemic, Carnival’s AIDA Cruises informed that will extend pause in its cruise operations for additional two months, until November 2020.
In fact, the cruise major had previously announced that will resume service at the beginning of August.
Although due to the coronavirus situation, the company is now planning a November 2020 restart.
In fact, on 1st November, AIDAmar is shceduled to set sail for a seven-day cruise to the Canary Islands, as it will be the first ship of the company’s fleet to start operations.
Following there, on 7 November AIDAperla will take over the travel program.
Even if a call for cruise ships is currently not possible in Norway, which is so important for our journeys to the north, we are confident that from the beginning of 2021 we will again be able to travel with the first AIDA ships from Germany in Northern Europe.
….said Felix Eichhorn, President AIDA Cruises .
What is more, in the western Mediterranean, AIDA Cruises is planning to restart with AIDAstella on December 12, 2020.
All AIDA trips take place in compliance with the requirements of the respective international and national health and hygiene authorities as well as the extended health and hygiene standards of AIDA Cruises. The renowned independent auditing company SGS Institut Fresenius and the classification society DNV-GL have checked and finally confirmed the increased hygiene standards and processes of the preventive measures that AIDA Cruises has introduced for the restart of cruise operations on board its ships.
….the company concluded.