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Similarly to the European Union’s ETIAS, set to come into effect next year, the United Kingdom will require American citizens to provide biometrics and pay a fee when traveling to the country. These changes will begin implementation as early as January 2023, yet should be fully operational by the end of 2024 only. Since Brexit, …

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Travelers will just have to show their faces instead of the boarding passes to get authorized to board within seconds The future is arriving at Miami International Airport (MIA) Airport authorities recently announced that they would soon have the largest biometric boarding technology implementation in the United States. The new installation will allow passengers to …

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Delta Air Lines is expanding new facial recognition technology that they say can reduce the time it takes between arriving at the airport and getting passengers in their seats. The latest expansion of the technology in the Atlantic airport will bring biometrics to domestic travelers in the U.S. for the first time. Delta Expanding Biometric …

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The Caribbean just entered its peak season, and it’s now becoming abundantly clear just how popular some of its beachy destinations are. One, in particular, just broke its all-time tourism record. Aruba, a country famous for its postcard-worthy beaches and happy-go-lucky atmosphere, is currently seeing an unprecedented number of foreign visitors enter its borders. Over …

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It’s a well-known fact that, when flying abroad, Americans prefer destinations that are not only sunny and tropical but easy to reach from the mainland States and, most importantly, bureaucracy-free to visit. Not many foreign territories allow U.S. citizens to visit with few, if any, requirements. In fact, a majority of destinations are adding additional …

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Bali is perhaps the number one destination for international tourists landing in Southeast Asia. Famous for its wildlife sanctuaries, centuries-old temples, verdant reserves, and stunning coast, it is easily one of Indonesia’s strongest offers. Regrettably, traveling to Bali is not a straightforward process, requiring careful planning in advance for one important reason: most Westerners, including …

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Digital nomadism is one of the fastest-growing travel trends in the world. Today, there are an estimated 32 million digital nomads traveling the globe – and it hasn’t gone unnoticed.  Countries are capitalizing on the culture shift and competing to become the next hotspot for these top-earning travelers’ dollars. 58 countries around the world now …

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Despite strong competition, both in the Caribbean world and beyond, Cancun remains the number one beach resort for Americans going abroad this summer. Having welcomed more than 30 million guests last year, it continues to eclipse all of its fellow competing sunny spots, such as Punta Cana and Jamaica. In an attempt to assert what’s …

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The U.S. passport is one of the most powerful globally, granting its bearer access to over 180 countries visa-free, but there are some infamous exceptions. From Cuba to Turkey, a select number of destinations requires Americans to present either a pre-issued tourist visa, or a travel authorization in order to travel. To the dismay of …

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Africa has resurfaced as a promising destination after multiple destinations in the continent began loosening their restrictions, be it launching simpler tourist visas or lifting health mandates that had been in place for three excruciatingly long years. From the Mediterranean coast to the Sub-Saharan hinterland, it is setting new tourism records, but one country in …

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In a major overhaul of its immigration system, Brazil has decided to re-impose visa requirements on American tourists seeking entry to the country. The decision comes on the heels of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the country’s new left-leaning President, taking office. Americans had been exempt from requesting a pre-departure visa ahead of boarding a …

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Europe’s plan to launch an Electronic Travel Authorization, which will require Americans to pay a fee every three years in order to travel, has just been pushed back until 2024 as Brussels continues to grapple with operational issues and the complexities of the system’s implementation. The ETIAS, as it’s been dubbed, was initially set to …

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