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British Airways Abandons Low-Cost Airline After Pilots Oppose Plan

British Airways has decided to abandon its plans for a new, low-cost subsidiary after failing to receive the necessary backing required from the pilot’s union. British Airways had planned to launch the new airline to operate out of London Gatwick – the second busiest airport in the UK in terms of both total passengers and …

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Top 6 Helpful Travel Tips for Your First Visit To Cuba

The island nation of Cuba is a place that many tourists would like to experience. Although the country is open for tourists, it has many specific requirements for travel. There are many things you need to know before you visit this unique country. Read on to get these helpful travel tips for your first visit …

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A Foodies’ Guide For Travelers Visiting Boston

Boston is a vibrant city that is full of foodie delights. The city has much to offer diners including awesome New England seafood, fine dining, and ethnic cuisine. Read on to plan your next foodie adventure with this foodies’ guide to Boston.   A Foodies’ Guide to Visiting Boston The Iconic Boston Food Clam Chowder is a …

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Nepal Reopens To Fully Vaccinated Travelers Without Restrictions

After nearly 18 months of very few tourists, Nepal has decided to reopen its borders to fully vaccinated travelers with no quarantine on arrival.  On Thursday, the Nepalese government announced it would revise its immigration entry protocols and ditch mandatory quarantine. Previously, visitors had to obtain special permission from Nepalese embassies and quarantine on arrival …

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United Airlines Fined For Long Delays On Tarmac

United Airlines has been fined by the federal government for several long tarmac delays for both domestic and international flights, whilst some of their own employees have filed a lawsuit against the airline for their strict vaccination mandate. The events have capped off what should have been a busy, exciting week for the airline following …

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Norway Reopening Borders For Tourism And Ending Restrictions

Norway has decided to lift COVID-19 restrictions within the country and begin a gradual reopening of its borders after 18 months of COVID-19 restrictions.  The news comes as Norway continues its fast vaccination rate, COVID-19 cases continue to drop nationwide. However, the country fell short of a full border reopening, unlike many of its European …

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Top 5 Beaches To Explore in Bermuda

Bermuda is full of gorgeous pink sand beaches that are in total 21 miles long and one mile wide at its broadest point. These beaches are perfect for sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling, or diving. Consider this beautiful, tranquil island for your next beach vacation. Read on to discover the best beaches in Bermuda.  The Best Beaches …

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Argentina Reopening For International Tourism November 1

After 18 months of closure because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Argentina will reopen to international tourists on November 1st.  The news comes after cases, and fatalities in the South American nation continue to fall. Officials from the government declared that Argentina would loosen pandemic restrictions, approve a gradual reopening of borders, and allow most …

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UK’s Controversial Vaccine Rules For Entry Frustrate Many Global Travelers

A set of controversial rules relating to Covid-19 vaccinations that were included by the UK as part of their travel restriction shake-up just last week has caused outrage around several parts of the world. The rule sees travelers heading to the UK – who have been vaccinated in most countries around the world – treated …

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Test Shortage Delays UK’s Easing of Travel Restrictions

A shortage of Covid-19 tests in the UK has led to the country’s planned travel restriction updates being delayed for a few weeks. The updated rules, which were only announced days ago, were warmly received by both the UK’s holiday starved travelers and its customer starved travel industry – but now both parties will be …

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Thailand To Delay Reopening of Popular Tourism Destinations Until November

Because of a slower than expected vaccination rollout, Thailand is considering delaying reopening many of its major tourist destinations in October.  Reports from Thailand suggest that the Thai government will delay the reopening of five provinces as each province’s vaccination rate still lags behind the 70 percent coverage required to open up next month.  The …

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Portugal Eases Entry Requirements For U.S. Travelers

Portugal is one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations, and they’ve just taken another step towards facilitating wider travel to the country by recognizing third-country vaccination certificates. This post will look at the current entry requirements for Portugal as well as the Covid-19 situation and plans to reduce restrictions further amid high vaccination rates. Portugal …

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