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10 Countries In Asia Plan On Introducing A Vaccine Passport For Travel

Following months of speculation, the ASEAN – Association of Southeast Asian Nations has confirmed it is indeed working on a standardized vaccine passport for travel in the region. A total of ten Asian countries are part of the association, including Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Since Covid was …

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5 Reasons Why Antalya, Turkey Is The Perfect Summer Destination For 2022

After a two-year pandemic, you may be wondering what the perfect summer destination for 2022 is, especially now that more countries are finally dropping their Covid restrictions. While there is certainly a myriad of options to choose from, we are here to tell you 5 reasons why the Eastern Mediterranean city of Antalya should rank …

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Tourists Urged To Wear Face Masks In New York As New Variant Spreads

More than two years into the pandemic, Covid is still proving disruptive in some major U.S. cities, including New York. Due to the swift spread of a new variant, poised to eventually replace a weakened Omicron in a matter of days, tourists are now being urged to wear face masks in indoor and public settings …

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Direct Flights From The U.S. To Croatia Are Officially Returning This Summer

Croatia lovers, this is the moment you’ve been (im)patiently waiting for. Following a very successful first launch in 2021, and looking to meet an even higher travel demand for 2022, United Airlines is bringing back its direct seasonal flights to the Mediterranean destination this year. Starting May 29th, Americans will again be able to fly …

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You Can Now Fly Miami To Jamaica From $235 Round Trip With Frontier

On a limited budget and still undecided as to where exactly you will be jetting off to for summer 2022? Jamaica may be just the right pick for you, as ultra low-cost carrier Frontier Airlines has now added new Miami-Kingston flights from $230 round trip, making the paradise island even more accessible to American travelers. …

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Spain And Italy Will Not Be Following EU In Removing Masks On Flights This Week

When the European Union announced wearing face masks would no longer be recommended on flights from May 16, many hoped all nations within the bloc would fall in line and promptly lift the requirement. While most followed the EU directive, that has not been the case with Spain and Italy, two countries that will be …

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Thailand To Declare Covid Endemic In Major Tourist Hotspots Including Phuket

Once one of the strictest countries in the world regarding pandemic management, Thailand is proposing to declare Covid an endemic disease in three major tourist hotspots. Soon, tourists may enjoy a much freer Phuket, Koh Samui and Koh Chang, ahead of a wider relaxation in rules already set to take place later in the year. …

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Mexico Government Asks U.S. To Stop Including Tourist Spots In Travel Advisories

Standing up for its tourism sector, currently plagued by numerous reports of increased violence in popular destinations, the Mexican Government has formally asked the United States to not ‘generalize’ when issuing travel advisories. Namely, it has suggested any alerts affecting whole cities and/or states should be more specific. Although Mexico unarguably remains a top rated …

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This Is How Long You’re Now Expected To Wait In Line At Cancun Airport

Delivering on an ambitious promise to improve waiting times at Cancun Airport, Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism Miguel Torruco Marqués has proudly announced a considerable reduction has been achieved due to reinforcement in personnel. Now, visitors will no longer have to wait for hours until they are through security during peak seasons. Pandemic or not, Cancun …

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Travelers Will Face Mass Flight Disruptions Across Europe This Summer

Sounds familiar? If you’re traveling to Europe for summer 2022, you should be prepared for long delays – and even potential cancellations – as a new wave of flight disruptions is set to sweep across the continent. This time around, a new Covid variant is not to blame, or at least not directly. If you …

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Mexico City’s Airspace Becomes Dangerously Busy As Two Flights Almost Collide

Following an incident where two planes nearly collided due to heavy air traffic, and multiple reports concerning the saturation of Mexico City’s airport, countless aviation groups, including the International Air Transport Association (IATA), have expressed grave concern over the metropolis’ dangerously busy airspace. Mexico is one of the most visited countries in the world. Even …

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United Will Suspend 7 Important International Flights For June

If you’re booked with United to fly to Brazil, Europe, Hawaii or Japan this summer, you may want to double check the status of your flight, as the airline has just suspended 7 of its most important international flights for June. Citing aircraft shortages, it has had to double back and revise its ambitious post-Covid …

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