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Royal Caribbean Announces Details Of Record Breaking Mega Cruise

Cruise industry giant Royal Caribbean have released information about a record breaking mega cruise that the cruise line is set to offer to travelers in the next few years. No stranger to doing things on a larger scale – with some of the world’s largest cruise ships belonging to Royal Caribbean – the planned cruise …

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KLM Expanding Transatlantic Flights As the U.S. Opens To European Travelers

Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM), the flagship carrier of the Netherlands, has announced that it will expand its transatlantic capacity to the U.S. this winter as it reopens to European travelers. KLM Resuming Most Of Its Pre-Covid Flight Network After the United States confirmed November 8th as its reopening date for travelers from Europe, KLM announced …

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Top U.S. Destinations For A Festive Christmas Holiday

The holiday season is a magical time in America. There are many places in the US that truly evoke the spirit of Christmas. Our destinations include big cities and small towns that celebrate the holiday season in their own special ways. These US destinations are optimal as a holiday getaway for couples, or the entire …

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Hawaii Officially Welcoming Tourists Back November 1

As the winter draws in, are you looking for some winter sunshine? Hawaii has announced its welcoming tourists back from November 1st.  Hawaii started welcoming back domestic tourists earlier this year. But the Delta variant increased COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, forcing Gov. David Ige to state, “now is not the time to visit the islands.” …

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Everything UK and EU Travelers Need To Know About The U.S. Reopening For Tourism

Travelers coming from the UK and the EU who’ve been fully vaccinated will be able to visit the U.S. for non-discretionary reasons such as tourism from Monday, November 8. While we now know that official reopening date, some travelers’ questions remain unanswered. From travelers with mixed vaccine doses to the age limits for these restrictions, …

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Most Major Cruise Lines Accepting Mixed Vaccines: Good News For Canadians

As the world goes back to normal and cruise ships return to the oceans, we’re finally beginning to understand the vaccine requirements from cruise ships.  Canadian travelers were worried about mixed vaccines and how that would affect their ability to travel going forward. Many Canadians received mixed vaccine doses, and some countries aren’t accepting mixed vaccine …

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U.S. Issues Level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ Advisories For 11 EU Countries

The United States’ Department of State has issued Do Not Travel warnings to 11 different EU member states. This means that 11 EU countries have received Level 4 warnings – the strictest warnings offered by the State Department – whilst the remaining 16 member states of the EU also find themselves with warnings on their …

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TSA Vaccine Mandate May Cause Long Wait Times For Travelers In The U.S.

Following the news of the U.S. opening to international travelers on November 8, the TSA is now in the spotlight to complete its vaccination mandate ahead of the busy holiday season. If the TSA does not meet its vaccination requirements by the November 22 deadline, it could lead to TSA staffing shortages which would likely …

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The Reason You Will Be Paying More For Flights This Winter

A significant rise in the cost of fuel for airplanes could well result in the price of tickets rising considerably for travelers. The price of jet fuel has doubled over the past year, with the excess costs expected to be handed down to passengers in the form of more expensive ticket prices across the board …

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Dominican Republic To Remain Open For Tourism With No Testing Or Vaccination Requirement

The Dominican Republic will not require tests or vaccination passports to enter hotels, tourist attractions, or bars and restaurants despite fears.  According to local media on October 8th, the Ministry of Public Health announced people would need to present vaccination certificates to enter gyms, bars, sports venues, entertainment centers, schools, and workplaces. However, the Ministry …

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Italy’s New Airline Launches International Routes

Italy’s newest airline ITA – Italia Trasporto Aereo, or Italy Air Transport – has now launched after flying its inaugural flights on Friday, and looks set to offer passengers a wide range of international routes to choose from. ITA becomes the latest airline to be born during the Covid-19 pandemic, and is set to replace …

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Thai Airways To Resume Dozens Of International Flights As Restrictions Ease

Thai Airways has made the decision to resume dozens of international flights to destinations around the world, as restrictions ease and the country targets tourism. The decision comes in the wake of the news revealed last week that the strong travel restrictions imposed by Thailand at the start of the pandemic, such as mandatory quarantine, …

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