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Winter Storm Sees Thousands Of Flights Cancelled Across U.S.

Tough January For Airline Passengers Continues The winter storm that battered the East Coast of the United States continues to cause massive flight delays and cancellations. Charlotte Douglas Airport was the worst affected. Much of the east coast saw temperatures plummet over the weekend along with a variety of heavy snowfall and freezing rain, causing …

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These Popular Mexico Destinations Face New Restrictions As Cases Rise

Omicron Surge Forces Varying Severity Of Restrictions In Some Mexican States Some of Mexico’s most popular tourist destinations are back under COVID restrictions after a winter holiday Omicron influx saw infection rates skyrocket. The restrictions vary depending on the location. Mexico enjoyed two months of smooth sailing and record-breaking numbers as millions flocked to their …

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The World’s Two Longest Flights To Depart From New York This Spring

19 Hour Flight Will Depart Daily Singapore Airlines have announced the world’s two longest flights will begin service in the Spring. Both Newark and JFK will be receiving the new routes on March 26th. The gargantuan flights will cover a milage of 9,534 and 9,537 miles with the JFK route just edging the Newark route …

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Countries That Are Requiring A Booster Shot For Entry

Vaccine Validity Periods Are Being Shortened In Many Countries It’s been two years since COVID emerged and turned everyone’s world upside down and despite vaccines helping many of the infected to avoid serious problems, the science has suggested their efficacy decreases over time. Because of this, the definition of the term “fully vaccinated” shifts quickly …

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More European Countries Make Boosters Mandatory For Entry

Iceland, Greece, And Latvia Push Boosters Iceland has become the latest country to shorten its vaccine certificate validity period. This means that boosters will be required to have a valid vaccinate certificate and enter the country in the future. They follow several other European countries to tighten their entry restrictions regarding vaccinations and boosters. The …

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Cancun Faces New Restrictions As Cases Surge And Hospitals Fill

Cancun is facing new restrictions as cases surge with some local hospitals reporting 100% occupancy. The city will now return to ‘yellow alert’ the Quintana Roo State Governor announced. Most of the region’s municipalities, including Tulum and Playa del Carmen, will be subject to the associated restrictions from January 10th until January 16th. It will …

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More Cruise Cancellations Announced After Every U.S. Ship Confirms COVID Cases

First Schedule Changes Seen Since CDC Warning All US cruise ships carrying passengers have reported COVID cases. The CDC has reported that all 92 vessels have met the minimum threshold for investigation. The organization has already opened inquiries into every ship. The news compounds what has already been a bad month for both passengers and …

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UK Scraps PCR Test Requirement, Eases Entry Rules

New Rules Begin 4 AM Friday January 7th The government of the United Kingdom is scrapping its current rules on PCR tests. The move will allow visitors and citizens to enter the country without taking a pre-flight test, as long as they are fully vaccinated. The current rules were put in place as the Omicron …

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New York’s First Hotel Week Offers Guests 22% Off Bookings

Event Coincides With Other Festival Weeks New York has launched its first-ever hotel week, beginning Tuesday, January 4th. The event offers guests in over 100 hotels across the five boroughs 22% off their bookings through February 14th.  No, that’s not a typo. Hotel week lasts a month! And it might just be the best month …

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United To Ease Flight Cancelations By Offering Pilots Triple Pay

Spirit Also Offering Bonus Pay To On-Board Staff United Airways have announced they will be offering pilots a temporary triple pay offer to help ease cancellation issues in January. As Omicron, the most recent fast-spreading COVID-19 variant, tears across the world, airlines have been left scrambling to get flights in the air. The US, in …

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Latest Entry Requirements For The Most Popular Destinations In The Caribbean

Everything You Need To Know To Get Into Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Aruba, Barbados, And The Bahamas As the world scrambles to adapt to the new COVID-19 variant, nicknamed Omicron, it can be complicated understanding what is required for entry to different countries. The Caribbean remains a prime spot for those looking to get away for …

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Fauci Supports Vaccine Requirement For Domestic Travel

A Requirement Would Be “Reasonable To Consider” Says Top Medical Advisor Anthony Fauci, the President’s Chief Medical Advisor, has suggested his support for possible vaccination requirements for domestic air travel. Fauci made the statements will speaking to MSNBC. It should be noted that as of now, there are no vaccination requirements for domestic travel, and …

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