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International Airlines Cancel Flights To The U.S. Over 5G Concerns

Major airlines across the globe have postponed and canceled flights bound for the U.S. this week due to concerns over newly-installed 5G services in regions throughout the country. The main concern is that 5G service will interrupt with some of the aircraft’s navigational systems. Here’s what we know about the 5G rollout and flight services …

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France Will Require Booster To Visit Restaurants And Museums

If you have plans to travel to France this year, a booster dose of the Covid vaccine will be required in order to be eligible for France’s new vaccine pass. The pass will be required to visit venues such as museums and restaurants. Legislation passed in the France National Assembly on Sunday in a vote …

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Hawaii Will Require Tourists To Have A Booster For Entry

Updates to Hawaii’s entry requirements will mean that arrivals will need a Covid booster to be considered fully vaccinated and skip the quarantine requirements for entry. It’s been a year since the Covid vaccine roll out, and governments are grappling with what the term ‘fully vaccinated’ truly means. Hawaii Governor David Ige announced earlier this …

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United Cancels Hundreds Of Flights This Week As More Crew Fall Ill

United Airlines had to cancel hundreds of flights this past week, citing sick calls due to Covid-19 amongst thousands employees. The amount of positive cases makes up 4% of United’s total airline staff, as reported by Reuters. In a letter to employees earlier this week, United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby stated the following: “We have …

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Laos Begins Reopening Its Borders For Tourism After 18 Months Of Shutdown

The Southeast Asian nation of Laos has begun the process of partially reopening its borders to international tourists after more than a year and a half.  From January 1, fully vaccinated international tourists from certain countries, including the U.S., Canada and the UK will be able to visit Laos for tourism purposes. Among the list …

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Guatemala Adds Proof Of Vaccination Entry Requirement

International travelers to Guatemala will soon have to show proof of vaccination to enter the country. This new travel requirement, scheduled to take effect on Monday January 10, 2022, is on top of the testing requirements for entry. From Monday, here are the travel entry requirements for all international arrivals to Guatemala: All travelers aged …

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Second Canadian Airline Announces Cancelations To Sunny Destinations

In the midst of the Omicron wave and a slew of flight cancelations from airlines across the globe, Canadian airline Air Transat is canceling approximately 30% of its flights to winter sun destinations over the next two months.  News of the flight cancelations was released on Thursday, and the airline mentioned Canada’s non-essential international travel …

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Bahamas Drops PCR Test Requirement For Vaccinated Travelers

From January 7, fully vaccinated travelers to The Bahamas won’t be required to show a negative PCR test for entry. Instead, a rapid antigen (or a PCR test) will be accepted as the pre-departure test.  Officials in the Caribbean nation updated the entry guidance this week, just as the testing requirement has scheduled to take …

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Air Canada Confirms Suspension of Flights To These Caribbean Destinations

Due to the rising Covid cases around the world over the past several weeks, Air Canada Vacations issued a travel advisory today that the airline has chosen to halt some flight routes to a number of destinations in the Caribbean. These countries are also known as “Sun” destinations in the Canadian travel industry. Block out …

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What To Do If Your Flight Is Delayed Or Canceled

Flight delays and cancellations are sometimes part of the reality of travel, but the flight cancellations seen around the world over the past holiday season took things to the next level. From bad weather conditions, shortage of airline staff and crew to technical issues, there’s a number of reasons that cause flight delays and cancellations. …

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The Latest Entry Requirements For The Top 9 European Destinations Due To Omicron

With so many changes happening with travel entry requirements lately due to Omicron, it can get a little confusing for travelers. Here’s a review of the latest entry requirements for the top 10 destinations in Europe for U.S., Canadian and UK travelers. France Vaccinated persons can currently visit France for non-essential purposes. A PCR or …

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Netherlands Adds Mandatory Quarantine Requirement For All U.S. Travelers

Whether you’re vaccinated or not, you’ll have to quarantine for 10 days if you plan to travel to the Netherlands in the near future. Officials in the Netherlands announced that from December 30, the United States is listed once again as a “very high-risk” nation due to the recent and rapid increase in Covid cases …

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