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Breeze Airways To Launch New Planes And Flight Routes

Breeze Airways, a new low-cost airline which launched operations back in May 2021, is looking to do a MASSIVE upgrade in the upcoming year. Currently, this airline targets the US market on the east coast, with a majority of their more than forty routes serving Tampa International Airport in Florida. Up to this point, ANY …

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International Airlines Cancel Flights To The U.S. Over 5G Concerns

Major airlines across the globe have postponed and canceled flights bound for the U.S. this week due to concerns over newly-installed 5G services in regions throughout the country. The main concern is that 5G service will interrupt with some of the aircraft’s navigational systems. Here’s what we know about the 5G rollout and flight services …

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U.S. Adds 22 Countries To The ‘Do Not Travel’ List

The CDC Places 22 Nations As Very High Risk For U.S. Citizens The CDC has updated its travel advisories on Monday with a whopping 22 destinations moved to the ‘Level 4: Very High Risk’ category. In contrast, the CDC only moved 3 nations to the ‘Level 4: Very High Risk’ category last week.  The CDC …

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Spain Will Require American Travelers To Have A Booster For Entry

Aligning itself with fellow European Union (EU) nations, Spain has recently tightened restrictions on inbound travelers, both from within Europe and across the pond, and will now require most American travelers to have a booster for entry. The Iberian country, which has registered some of the highest number of Covid cases in Europe since the …

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Canadian Airlines Urge Government To Scrap Testing On Arrival Requirement

Canadian airlines have teamed up to request that Canada’s federal government scraps the testing on arrival requirement for vaccinated tourists, in a move that looks set to have repercussions across the nation’s hard-hit tourism industry. Currently, Canada applies one of the strictest border regimes in North America, with non-vaccinated visitors generally not allowed to enter, …

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Canadians To Face New Travel Restrictions For Entry Into The EU

Canadian travelers could be set to face tough new travel restrictions when trying to enter destinations across the European Union in the coming weeks. Whilst Canadians currently enjoy generally relaxed restrictions when making their way across the continent, the current Covid-19 situation in Canada has led to the EU reconsidering its whitelist, with Canada and …

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New Direct Flights From the U.S. To Norway Launching This Summer

Travelers looking to explore the bustling city of Oslo, or the beautiful fjords of coastal Norway, will now have another option to reach this beautiful Scandinavian country this coming summer. Norse Atlantic Airways To Begin Flights to U.S. The new low-cost Norwegian based airline Norse Atlantic Airways, announced this week that they have received tentative approval …

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Several Major Cruise Lines Cancel Upcoming Cruises

Several of the biggest names in the cruise industry have been forced to cancel some of their upcoming cruise offerings as the cruise world endures some choppy waters once more. The blow comes following the industry’s ongoing battles with the spread of Covid-19 on board, which has been a persistent struggle in the wake of …

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Winter Storm Sees Thousands Of Flights Cancelled Across U.S.

Tough January For Airline Passengers Continues The winter storm that battered the East Coast of the United States continues to cause massive flight delays and cancellations. Charlotte Douglas Airport was the worst affected. Much of the east coast saw temperatures plummet over the weekend along with a variety of heavy snowfall and freezing rain, causing …

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France Will Require Booster To Visit Restaurants And Museums

If you have plans to travel to France this year, a booster dose of the Covid vaccine will be required in order to be eligible for France’s new vaccine pass. The pass will be required to visit venues such as museums and restaurants. Legislation passed in the France National Assembly on Sunday in a vote …

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Costa Rica Will Not Tighten Entry Requirements Despite Omicron

Costa Rica is one of a select number of countries open to American travelers right now with very few restrictions. After enjoying an extremely successful 2021 on the tourism front, and with officials having high hopes for the year ahead, the country is once again firmly rejecting tightening entry requirements. Due to its relatively relaxed …

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Thailand Health Minister Approves Reopening Quarantine-Free Entry

Thailand Edges Closer To Reopening Quarantine-Free Travel  Thailand’s Health Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Anutin Charnvirakul, will propose reinstating the Test & Go system to speed up the economic recovery and win back overseas visitors. The minister said on Monday he will ask the Center for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) to remove restrictions stepped up …

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