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If you’re booked with United to fly to Brazil, Europe, Hawaii or Japan this summer, you may want to double check the status of your flight, as the airline has just suspended 7 of its most important international flights for June. Citing aircraft shortages, it has had to double back and revise its ambitious post-Covid …

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Starting May 3, 2023, Americans will need REAL ID Cards to board domestic flights in the United States, as the federal government seeks to address security issues and further improve identity checks at U.S. airports. Essentially, those who do not meet the one-year deadline will be denied boarding from next year. With domestic travel having …

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The Dominican Republic now joins the list of countries that have removed all pandemic-related entry requirements, becoming the 35th nation to do so. Earlier on in 2022, the Dominican Republic had removed almost all of their covid entry requirements but kept just a few in place that still presented barriers to entry for some travelers. …

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Cancun is unarguably the go-to sunny getaway for millions of Americans. A city like no other, it offers visitors both the vibrant atmosphere of other equally-busy global hubs, and more secluded beaches (if you know where to look for them). On the other hand, Cancun’s prestige as an ideal summer destination has come under threat …

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As Covid recedes and the epidemiological scenario improves, we have been following a number of nations that have reinstated their pre-pandemic border rules. From several Caribbean islands to the once-strict European nations, travel is again restriction-free across most of the world, especially for those who are vaccinated. Contrastingly, there have been a select few nations …

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As demand for travel increases and the world reopens for tourism again, flight deals are becoming common once again. Celebrating its debut in the US, low-cost carrier Play Airlines has added to the competition by slashing prices by as much as 25% on flights to Europe booked between now and April 22. With the discount, …

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The Dutch government has announced that from today – 23 March – fully vaccinated travelers from the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom will be able enter the Netherlands without having to present a negative Covid-19 test upon arrival. And, for nationals – of countries from within the EU or Schengen zone – the …

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There are 55 countries that fully vaccinated Americans can now enter without having to take a Covid-19 test. Having originally been closed for tourism purposes, due to the global Covid-19 pandemic, and then having reopened for visitors – but with an enforced list of requirements for entry and restrictions in place – countries are continuing …

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The U.S. Department of State is about to increase the cost to renew or apply for a passport. Here’s what travelers need to know about the increase in fees. U.S. Passport Fee Increasing by $20 If you’re planning an international trip in 2022 and need to renew your passport, there’s another fee to factor into …

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As the Omicron variant continues to spread across the globe, so do travel restrictions. Today, Israel announced that they are banning travel to the U.S., Canada, and eight other countries over concerns of the variant. Israel Adds U.S. To No-Fly List Today, Israel announced that they will be added the United States to its “no-fly” …

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Frontier and American Airlines have announced more nonstop flights from the United States to popular destinations in the Caribbean, giving Americans easier access to some of the best winter destinations. This post will look at the latest flight routes from Frontier and American Airlines to the Caribbean. American Airlines Launches First Ever Direct Flight From …

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Mexico has been one of the most popular destinations for Americans during the pandemic, and many digital nomads have chosen to call it home given the generous 180-day visa on arrival for Canadians and Americans. However, recently there have been changes to the amount of time granted to stay under the visitor permit. Many travelers are …

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