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Cancun Is The Number One Destination for Americans This Spring

Cancun is the top international destination for Americans to travel this spring, with more than 600,000 visitors expected over the next two weeks. The popular spring break destination has seen a steady flow of tourists during the last year and continues to grow in popularity as it quickly adapts to changing travel requirements for Americans. …

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Delta Offering Free Vaccinations at Atlanta International Airport

Delta has partnered with the state of Georgia and Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport to offer free COVID-19 vaccinations sites inside and near the airport. Additionally, Delta is partnering with Lyft on the “Fund a Ride” program to provide rides to vaccination sites to those in need. These partnerships will help speed up a return to …

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Winter Storm Uri Causes Mass Disruptions – What Travelers Need To Know

A major winter storm has shattered both records and travel plans as it makes its way across the South this week. Dubbed Storm Uri by The Weather Channel, the storm has already set new snow records in Texas, and is responsible for the cancellation of thousands of flights and bringing travel to a standstill. With …

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How Travel Will Change Under Biden’s Presidency

President-Elect Joe Biden is scheduled to take office at the beginning of 2021. Infrastructure, Economic and Border Policies are some of the things you can expect for his administration to address when it comes to changes in travel. The U.S presidential race was contested earlier this month, and barring any chances of President Donald Trump’s …

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