The single-runway airport located in France's flat, central basin has even turned away airlines seeking to store more planes - a sign the global aviation slump is deeply set despite some easing of travel restrictions.
Even as many nations begin to lift their coronavirus travel restrictions, vacationers considering a gamble on late-2020 trips abroad might want to reconsider - or at least make sure to book a very flexible ticket.
Fernando de Noronha is regularly voted one of the most beautiful destinations in the world.
Expat Australians in Europe are making the most of their freedom to travel while the summer sun shines.
An "air bridge" between London and New York to enable travellers to sidestep quarantine is being discussed in top-level UK-US government talks.
Even when people can't get on board cruise ships, they're still in demand.
Australia's largest cruise operators have announced the further suspension of their sailings.
US aircraft manufacturing giant Boeing has revealed a new ultraviolet wand it says could help disinfect aircraft to protect passengers from viruses.
Kiwis have responded to overseas criticism that strict lockdown rules have made New Zealand a "hellhole" with characteristic sarcastic humour.
The health authority's director general, Pierre Ricordeau, said social distancing had probably not been sufficiently respected at the centre.
For a fleeting period this summer, Europe nearly resembled its old borderless self, with people zipping across the continent, unburdened by restrictions or mandatory quarantines, as they vacationed along the French Riviera or on the Greek islands.
Stranded in Australia, travel bloggers and influencers are having to find new ways to engage with their followers.