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El Salvador Removes All Travel Restrictions and Entry Requirements

As Of November 17th, No Vaccination Or COVID Test Required For Entry To the El Salvador El Salvador has removed all entry requirements relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. As of November 17th, travelers to to the Central American country will no longer have to provide evidence of vaccination, or negative COVID tests. It joins a …

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Unvaccinated Americans Can Travel to Germany Starting November 14

No Quarantine Or Multiple Test Requirements Required for American Travelers  Unvaccinated American travelers can now travel to Germany. Since August 16th, US visitors were required to be vaccinated if they hoped to avoid a ten day quarantine in the European country. Under this new facilitated entry, any travelers from the US will now only be …

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New Direct Flights From U.S. To Madeira, Portugal Announced

Flights Will Begin on November 29th from JFK Madeira is getting its first direct flight from the US. On November 29th. Weekly flights will begin from New York JFK to the capital city of Funchal. Azores Airlines will be facilitating the route, who also run direct flights to Lisbon and the Azores. Madeira is an …

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Americans Could Face Massive Delays As 53 Million People Plan Thanksgiving Travel

Combined With New International Regulations, Airports and Roads May Be Severely Impacted 53 Million Americans are projected to be traveling this Thanksgiving. The estimate brings numbers to within 5% of pre-pandemic levels. The figure, calculated by AAA Road Group, came with several warnings and advice for those braving the journey to see loved ones. These …

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Royal Caribbean Receives World’s Largest Cruise Ship

Wonder Of The Seas Inaugural Voyage Set For March 2022 The world’s largest cruise ship has been delivered to Royal Caribbean in the past week. The gargantuan ship is currently in Marseille where it will be receiving some final details before heading across the Atlantic for its maiden cruise. The new ship, named Wonder of …

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Airbnb Confirms Crackdown On New Years Eve Bookings

The Enhanced Vetting System Aims To Minimize Property Damage Airbnb confirmed this week that they will be implementing crackdowns on Airbnb bookings over New Year’s Eve. Specifically, users with an insufficient amount of positive reviews will be blocked from reserving full house listings on the last night of the year. On top of this, the …

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Canadians Face An Extra $200 Per Person Traveling Internationally This Winter

Pricey COVID Test Upon Return May Deter International Trips Canadians hoping to head abroad in the winter season are still facing added costs of up to $200 upon return the country. The North American country requires a COVID-19 molecular test within 72 hours of returning to the country, and the pricey regulation is causing frustration …

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International Passengers Could Face 8 Hour Wait Times At U.S. Airports Starting Monday

New Regulations And a Travel Uptick Fueling The Delays Travelers both to and from the US should anticipate significant wait times at the airport starting Monday, experts predict. A combination of new regulations and a beckoning travel surge have fueled the concern.  The United States has been closed for non-essential travel to most of the …

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What Travelers Will Need To Enter The United States Beginning November 8

New regulations break down what both vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers will require to enter the United States. Beginning on November 8th, or specifically 11PM on November 7th, new regulations surrounding travel to the United States will be implemented. Regulations brought in during the Trump administration ruled that any non-US Citizen must not have been in …

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United Will End All Flights To These 3 U.S. Cities

Services will will cease at all three airports by January 3rd, 2022 United Airlines has confirmed it intends to cease all operations in three U.S cities. The move is the latest in a number of COVID related route reshuffles from the major carrier. The Chicago run airline will discontinue services in Twin Falls, Idaho on …

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Chile Removes Quarantine For Vaccinated Travelers

Chile has removed the mandatory five day quarantine for international visitors. The regulation had been in place since the country opened its borders on October 1st. It joins several other South American countries in fully opening its borders, in the move announced in October. Travelers to the South American country will now be required to …

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