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Czechia just became the 29th nation to scrap all of its Covid-related entry requirements for travelers. It was announced on Friday that the Czech Republic will remove all of its entry requirements for incoming and returning travelers. The rules are now in effect, starting April 9, 2022. The announcement was made by the Czech government, …

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While in-flight Wi-Fi has traditionally been the exception rather than the rule, customer demand for better and more accessible coverage on board has recently spurred a wave of change in the aviation industry. After all, being offline for the best part of an 8-hour flight due to crippling fees when internet access is key for …

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The Caribbean has remained an excellent destination for Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic. Short flights, gorgeous beaches, and sunny weather make for an incredible vacation.  Still, COVID-19 restrictions have—albeit often strictly—stayed in place.  Many Caribbean nations are now easing entry requirements now. Some countries, such as Aruba and Curaçao have eased all COVID-19 restrictions.  However, …

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Frequent travelers from both airlines will soon see more benefits in services, flight services, and points redemptions options The American low-cost airline JetBlue and the Arab state-owned flag carrier Qatar Airways recently announced in a press release an expansion of their partnership to serve 182 destinations.  The new alliance will connect travelers to JetBlue’s network …

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A destination still requiring foreign tourists to present proof of vaccination or a negative test in order to enter, Belize could soon become the next country in the Caribbean to lift all remaining Covid restrictions, as announced by a top government official. And what’s best: a further relaxation of measures is expected as soon as …

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The cruise industry giants Royal Caribbean have launched a new hotel booking platform for passengers to take advantage of when booking their cruises. Powered by the travel comparison website Priceline, the new engine will make cruise travel even simpler for cruise goers in the future – just in time for what looks set to be …

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A new COVID variant called BA.2 is making its way through Europe and North America, causing some to fear that travel restrictions could return. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows BA.2, which is a subvariant of omicron, has been tripling in prevalence every two weeks. As of last week, BA.2 makes …

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The latest storm to sweep across large parts of the US, Storm Oaklee, has caused mass flight cancellations across various parts of the county, and has even caused New York to issue a warning to “avoid travel.” The winter storm, which struck the southwest on Tuesday, has been making its way across central US states …

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One of the most culturally diverse countries in Europe, with centuries of History encompassing several empires, from the Greeks to Slavic to Ottoman powers, Bulgaria is a bucket list destination for many. From its metropolitan capital of Sofia, which features both sky-high buildings and classical European architecture, to the Bulgarian Riviera, this Eastern Balkan country …

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Looking to boost tourism across the wider historical region that is the ‘Mundo Maya‘, Mexico, Belize, El Salvador, and Guatemala have all teamed up to launch new tourism routes that will improve connectivity in the area, besides facilitating cross-border travel for visitors. The Mayan World is a 1,440-mile long archeological circuit that encompasses four countries …

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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has added an extra seven destinations to its “Level 4: COVID-19 Very High Risk”. The list now includes almost 135 countries; this makes it the longest list of high-risk countries ever. As a result, the CDC recommends against all non-essential travel to these nations. Last week, the …

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