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JetBlue Launches New Daily Direct Flights From New York To Vancouver

Traveling between New York and Vancouver has just got a whole lot easier and more convenient – with JetBlue launching new daily direct flights between the two cities. The new route is available each day of the week – transporting passengers between the Big Apple’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Vancouver’s International Airport …

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Marriott Offering 20 Percent Off Over 1500 Hotels For 4 Days Only

Marriott is offering 20 percent off at over 1500 of their hotels and resorts for four days only – with their Marriott Bonvoy Escapes offer valid until this Sunday (12 June). Since yesterday (8 June) Marriott Bonvoy members have been able to save 20 percent off standard room rate bookings for any upcoming stay at …

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Riu To Open Two New All Inclusive Resorts In Cancun This Year

The Spanish hotel chain, Riu is set to open two new all-inclusive – and adult-only – resorts in the hugely-popular city of Cancun, Mexico. The two hotel resorts – which have recently been named as Hotel Riu Latino and Hotel Riu Palace Kukulkan – will open later this year in October and November, respectively. Once …

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Travel Industry Continues Pressing U.S. Government For Removal Of Pre-Departure Testing

The U.S. travel industry – including the nation’s major airline carriers – has once again urged the American government to remove the pre-departure testing requirement for vaccinated travelers entering the country. On May 31, representatives from the travel industry met with members of the White House to discuss the matter – in an attempt to …

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U.S. Government Asks Court To Reinstate Mask Mandate For Public Transport

The U.S. government is attempting to get the mask mandate for public transport in the United States of America reinstated – following its removal by a federal judge on 18 April. The Justice Department has just filed a 48-page document, which is ultimately asking for a federal appeals court to overturn a ruling – that …

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New Mega Mall And Theme Park ‘Malltertainment’ To Open In Cancun

A new mega theme park is set to open near the popular tourist hotspot of Cancun – in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. The news comes at a time when Cancun is already welcoming huge numbers of tourists by the day – with hotels in the most popular vacation spot for American tourists almost …

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These Are The Best And Worst Rated Hotel Chains In The World

A recent study has revealed which are the best – as well as which are the worst – rated hotel chains in the world. The research was undertaken by a group of travel experts at Bounce – a global luggage storage company that operates in more than 1,000 cities. What Was The Research Based On? …

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Mexico Expecting 40 Million Visitors This Year – How It Will Impact Your Trip

Mexico is expecting as many as 40 million international visitors to enter the country this year – which will see the nation near a return to pre-pandemic tourist numbers. Prior to the global Covid-19 pandemic, Mexico had in fact set a national record when it comes to the number of foreign visitors entering its doors …

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Oman Removes All Entry Requirements and Travel Rules

Oman has become the latest country to remove all of its Covid-related entry requirements for visitors – following in the footsteps of the many countries that have already done the same. Just yesterday, we reported that five countries in the last week or so had made the decision to relax – and in some cases …

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These 5 Countries Have Recently Relaxed Their Entry Requirements

With countries around the world continuing to either relax – or completely remove – their Covid-19 entry requirements for international visitors, five more nations have done so recently. Here is all you need to know about each of the countries that have made changes to their entry requirements for tourists in the last week or …

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Last Minute Travel Deals Will Be Hard To Find This Summer

There is no denying that in pre-pandemic times, finding a last-minute travel deal was an all too familiar story among travelers – with many bargain flights, hotel bookings, and even all-inclusive stays having been up for grabs at some incredibly good prices. However, fast forward to this current moment in time and the situation could …

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New High-Speed Train Route Connecting Miami To Orlando Opening in 2023

A new high-speed train route – which will soon connect Miami to Orlando International Airport – is due to open early next year, 2023. Once in operation the route, which is operated by Brightline, will connect passengers to and from Orlando’s main international airport to the center of Miami in three hours – with trains …

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