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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed fines in excess of $1M throughout 2021 as they attempt to tackle the growing number of unruly passengers onboard airplanes over the past few months. Many of the fines are the result of situations escalating following the passengers refusing to wear masks whilst flying, a policy that has …

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As Canada opens up and reduces restrictions for vaccinated travelers, they are taking the next step in the safe resumption of international travel with the introduction of vaccine passports. Canada Announces Plan For Vaccine Passport For International Travel Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino announced today that Canada is getting a vaccine passport for international travel. “We …

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The idyllic Dordogne region of southwestern France entices droves of visitors in search of fertile undulating landscapes, tranquil sun-drenched villages and fascinating medieval bastides. Here are some of the highlights that make this diverse region so seductive. The Great Outdoors This wonderfully verdant landscape enjoys a mild climate and long hot summers, perfect for abundant …

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Ah, beautiful Paris, the city of inspiring art, magnificent architecture and enticing cuisine. On the southern flanks of the River Seine lies its artistic and literary hub, the Left Bank. Here are seven Rive Gauche gems you don’t want to miss. Musee D’Orsay This striking Beaux-Arts style building located on the banks of the Seine …

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Medellin has undergone a transformation over the last fifteen years that has made it one of the most modern cities in Colombia. The city has become a lot safer; there is an impeccable metro and cable car system, parks, current and historic buildings, libraries, and restaurants. This is a cosmopolitan and vibrant city that has …

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With Covid-19 rates on the continent generally in decline and vaccination rates increasing, a summer of travel looks likely to be on the cards for citizens of the EU. As well as European countries individually reducing their restrictions to facilitate travel, the EU’s long-anticipated travel certificate is finally with us. Originally slated for a July …

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New York City has reopened for tourism and the great city is ready to welcome Americans back. This spring and summer locals and tourists will enjoy outdoor recreation in the greatest city in the world. Here are the top 10 things to do outdoors in New York this summer.  Top Things to Do Outdoors in …

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The Center For Disease Control (CDC) has issued new guidance that states fully vaccinated people in the United States no longer have to wear a mask outdoors or indoors and do not have to practice social distancing. Travelers should be aware that masks are still required on busses and planes. The announcement by federal public …

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For weeks news about the EU finally reopening for foreign tourists has been circulating, but today in Brussels the EU council took it a step further and officially submitted a formal proposal to Member States. The proposal, which is suggested to have majority support from the EU nations, essentially suggests that vaccinated travelers from third-party …

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The world keeps getting bigger for travelers who have been fully vaccinated. This week, three more countries added exemptions and exceptions to entry requirements for passengers who’ve already received their shots. Malta, Sri Lanka, and Ireland all recently updated entry rules to recognize vaccinated travelers. While some nations, like Croatia, Belize and Ecuador make full …

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The Government of Barbados has announced that they intend to offer Covid-19 vaccinations to visitors to beginning in May. With over 12.5% of the population receiving their first shot of the vaccine within two weeks, Barbados now leads the way for vaccinations in the Caribbean. “To ensure widespread protection, Government has signaled its intent to …

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Following an official complaint from Washington, Israel has agreed to reopen airways to U.S. carriers, Delta and United. Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) filed a complaint to its Israeli counterpart, alleging improper behavior of airlines as only two carriers were permitted to operate rescue passenger flights, both being Israeli airlines, El …

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