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Air Canada Suspends 17 More Flight Routes

Troubled by government interventions creating drastic economic setbacks, Air Canada has disclosed to CBC that it is moving to shut down service for 17 more routes as early as next week. The affected routes are to the U.S. and other international destinations, set to last until April 30th, with the earliest route suspensions to come …

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Etihad Is The First Airline To Vaccinate All Of It’s Air Crew

Etihad Airways is the first airline in the world to have 100% of its operating pilots and cabin crew vaccinated against COVID-19. This initiative is welcome news for the aviation industry, which has seen massive disruptions and financial setbacks due to COVID-19. The vaccine is widely seen as the answer to reopening the world, with …

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Over 700 Thousand International Tourists Visited Cancun In January

In spite of growing travel restrictions amidst the global pandemic, tourism in Cancun continues to thrive. A recent passenger traffic report from Grupo Aeroportuario el Sureste (Asur) said the Cancun airport served over 700 thousand passengers in the month of January reported the Cancun Sun. The early months of the year generally represent a spike in …

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Canada Will Now Require Negative Test for Land Border Crossing

The Canadian Government is moving to extend its testing requirement for international arrivals to now cover land borders as well.  The new policy was announced by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and is set to come in effect next week on February 15th.  Similar to the requirements already imposed on international arrivals, those crossing the border …

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UK Reveals Tough New Hotel Quarantine Restrictions

Since it was discovered that the UK was to introduce its own quarantine rules, various commentators spent the weeks speculating about the details and possible scenarios that British travelers might face. Yesterday, the government revealed the details about the UK’s system of quarantine – with the reality being that it is more expensive and tougher …

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Top 10 Destinations Americans Will Be Headed For Spring Break

Spring break is right around the corner and although the world seems more locked down than ever, many Americans are still planning to travel. Despite new testing measures required for Americans returning home and the list of destinations accessible for tourists shrinking, many U.S. travelers are already planning their spring break vacations. According to a …

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Cuba Now Has A 5 Day Quarantine For Arriving Travelers

As of February 6, Cuba is now requiring most travelers to quarantine upon arrival for up to 5 days. The move comes amid a surge in Covid-19 cases reaching over 13,000 new cases in January alone. Cuba is reporting that 70% of new cases are coming directly or indirectly from travel and that the the …

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Delta Extends ‘No Middle Seat’ Policy Through End of April

Delta airlines is committed to providing passengers with peace of mind when it comes to health and safety practices, by deciding to extend its middle seat blocking policy to April 30th, 2021. The practice of blocking middle seats on aircrafts was popularized at the height of the pandemic, in a bid to maintain social distancing …

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U.S. Planning To Mandate Covid Testing For Domestic Flights

In an effort to reduce the spread of Covid-19 across the country, the United States is considering making a negative test result a mandatory requirement for traveling on a domestic flight. Covid-19 continues to spread across the US at a rate of more than 100,000 cases per day, and so this is one of many …

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Cruising Could Return Soon Departing From Mexico

The Mayor of Cozumel is reaching out to European Cruise companies to bring their ships to the Mexican Island.  While the United States cruise industry sits at a standstill, Cozumel is looking to establish itself as a home port for European cruise lines to help fill the void. Mexico is no stranger to tourism during …

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Latest Updates On Canada’s New Travel Restrictions And $2000 Hotel Quarantine

In a live press conference on January 29, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced strict measures to be imposed on Canadian travel, including the suspension of flights to the Caribbean and Mexico, closure of international flights to all but four airports, new testing requirements, and a three-day hotel quarantine upon arrival in Canada. Additionally, the …

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Malaysia And Indonesia Will Launch New Travel Bubble As Singapore’s Plans Delayed

Travel bubbles have become a buzzword for all who are interested in travel during the pandemic, with their establishment seen as one of the potential solutions to the non-existent levels of tourism at present. Plans for a potential travel bubble between Southeast Asian countries Malaysia and Indonesia have been given the green light, whilst neighboring …

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