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WestJet Cancels Mexico, Cuba, Jamaica and Other Popular International Flights Until June 24th

WestJet flights to Mexico have been cancelled until at least June 24th.  On Sunday, it was announced that WestJet is extending flight cancellations into July, due to an unprecedented lack of demand. Around 18,000 flights between May and June are expected to have been affected so far. In an announcement on Sunday, one of Canada’s major airlines confirmed that …

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Provincial Travel Restrictions For Canadians Over May Long Weekend

Many provincial borders are closed to non-residents this May Long Weekend While some government-imposed social distancing measures are being eased up among the provinces and territories, many checkpoints and travel restrictions remain in place. Here’s what you need to know about the travel policies in each province and territory for May long weekend. B.C. While the …

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21 Long-haul Flight Routes From The U.S Are Now Operating

Ready to travel?  There are now 21 long-haul routes to Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe and far South America that U.S. airlines are flying. The dramatic pull back of long-haul international air service by U.S. airlines hit bottom in April, but American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines and United Airlines are bringing back several routes in …

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Air Canada Announces June Vacations To Locations In Mexico, Cuba And Jamaica

Air Canada Vacations are returning in June to popular locations such as Mexico, Cuba and Jamaica. The following letter was sent to travel agents Thursday night from Nino Montagnese. Managing Director at Air Canada Vacations. “Over the last few months, we’ve all been dealing with the unprecedented circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the …

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Greece Will Reopen To International Tourists July 1st

Greece has announced they will reopen to tourism starting on July 1st as it claims success over stopping the Covid-19 pandemic. Important Update June 17 – A newer version of this article with updated information exists HERE Greece’s tourism appeal is no secret, but with most of us still in the midst of the Covid-19 …

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15 Cancun Hotels Will Reopen On June 1st

Update May 19th: The government of Quintana Roo has quashed the hopes of optimistic Quintana Roo hotels that expected to reopen on June 1. Read the latest updates HERE So far companies like Xcaret, AM Resorts, Hard Rock, Mayakoba, Royalton, Temptation, Coral Princess and Fiesta Americana Cozumel, among others, have announced June 1 reopenings. Governor Carlos …

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Disneyland Reopening In Shanghai May 11th With New Precautions

 CEO Bob Chapek said Shanghai Disneyland will reopen May 11 with social distancing, masks, temperature scans and other precautions. That head start may provide a blueprint as to how to reopen safely while preserving the fun. The Walt Disney Company didn’t offer any new estimate Tuesday as to when it will reopen its U.S. theme parks, but it outlined how …

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Puerto Vallarta Reopening To Tourists Could Happen In August Says Official

Update: Puerto Vallarta will reopen offically for tourism on June 15th.  The director of municipal tourism says that reopening Puerto Vallarta to tourists could take until August.  Ramón González Lomelí, director of municipal tourism for Puerto Vallarta commented on the reopening in a press conference on current hotel occupancy in the city. He expects that …

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Air Canada Removes Middle Seat Sales And Will Check Temperatures Before Boarding

Canada’s largest airline will soon be taking the temperatures of would-be travellers boarding their planes, and will not allow middle seats to be occupied even among parties travelling together. On Monday, Air Canada announced that beginning May 15, passengers will have to undergo non-contact infrared checks for fever, a symptom in many with COVID-19. Anyone …

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2 Children Drown When Off Road Vehicle Plunges Into Lake East of Vancouver

A Family of 5 was riding an off-road vehicle when it lost control and was submerged in 4 metres of water killing two children.  “It is with deep sorrow that we report that the bodies of two children have been recovered from this tragic accident,” Chilliwack RCMP Sgt. Krista Vrolyk said in a statement. RCMP said they …

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Carnival Will Resume Cruises August 1st With ‘Measured’ Approach

Carnival Cruise Line announced plans Monday to resume service beginning Aug. 1, despite concerns from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that cruise ship travel “exacerbates the global spread of Covid-19.” Carnival Cruise Line, which is owned by Carnival Corp., said it advised travel agents on Monday that eight of its ships will return to service …

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Aeroméxico Set To Resume Flights To U.S and Canada

Aeroméxico has announced the resumption of some flights to Asia, Europe, the United States, Canada and other Latin American countries as of May 1. Initially offering fewer frequencies, the airline says it will resume flights to varying destinations during the month of May. The company says “the safety of customers and collaborators is the most …

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