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These Are The Last 7 Countries in Europe With Travel Restrictions

The European Union spent decades getting rid of its borders. Coronavirus brought them back. When the pandemic first washed across the bloc in early 2020, panicky countries restored border controls; people and trucks transporting everything from car parts to cabbages spent days in huge lines waiting to cross frontiers. Most air travel ended. Over the …

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Germany Once Again Removes All Entry Requirements Amid Confusing Changes

It seems as if German authorities can’t make up their minds. After announcing on May 26 that all Covid entry requirements would be removed on June 1, officially joining an extensive list of European nations that have reopened, Germany backtracked and decided to not only keep restrictions in place, but also tighten them. For the …

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Italy Vacations Threatened As Airport Staff Announce Strikes Over Summer

Europe’s summer travel chaos will only get worse. Now that travel demand is back to 2019 levels and most countries have removed entry rules, Europe as a whole is failing to handle higher passenger numbers amid reports of reduced airport staff. In Italy, the situation is particularly concerning, as operators have just announced strikes over …

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Eastern Europe Is Now The Most Restriction Free Area Of The World

Being the first collective of nations to bar tourism in the wake of Covid, Europe is ironically paving the way for the reinstatement of international travel and pushing for pre-pandemic normality. More than half of the continent has dropped Covid entry requirements, and along its Eastern front, the Balkans have become the most-restriction free area …

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American Airlines Launches Flights To Barcelona As Spain Reopens For All U.S. Travelers

Following a 32-month pause, American Airlines is finally reinstating its seasonal flights to Barcelona for summer 2022. Since June 3, U.S. citizens have been able to fly nonstop between Chicago and Spain’s leading tourist destination, as the American carrier opens up yet another route for Europe-bound vacationers. A metropolitan city extremely rich in History and …

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American Travelers Will Have Fast Track Entry When Visiting France This Summer

Traveling abroad for summer 2022 will be much more challenging than initially expected, as countries struggle to keep up with a rising travel demand and staff shortages. Still, some destinations are better prepared than others, and are even simplifying entry for foreigners. This is the case with France, where Americans now enjoy fast track entry. …

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Why Travelers Should Only Go Carry-On This Summer

Flying internationally this summer? You might want to consider traveling light and leaving that extra pair of jeans behind, as the first post Covid travel season is bound to be chaotic. And believe us, having more luggage to check in will, in the every least, make your experience at the airport much, much more laborious. …

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Passengers Missing Flights Across Europe After Travel Chaos At Airports Continue

As a result of increasingly common staff shortages, security issues and flight delays, thousands of passengers have missed their flights across Europe this week. The travel chaos experienced in some of the heavily affected airports is likely to continue as the aviation industry faces one of its worst post-Covid crises – and it could aggravate …

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Turkey Removes All Entry Requirements

After months of imposing stricter entry rules in response to Covid, Turkey is finally removing all health requirements for international arrivals. This means that, starting June 1, tourists will no longer be expected to present Covid certificates arriving at Turkey’s borders, as pandemic-related measures have been officially nullified. The cross-continental nation, which hosts Europe’s largest …

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On A Budget? These New Cheap Flight Deals Will Make Your Day

These new cheap flights to domestic and international destinations will allow travelers to visit a new city on a budget this summer and beyond. From London and Glasgow to DC and LA, here are the latest new flight routes announced by low-cost airlines. Toronto To Glasgow On WestJet Canadian travelers will be happy about this …

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Americans Visiting Ireland This Summer Risk Facing Severe Travel Disruption

Covid may have subsided, but traveling Europe in the upcoming months will not come without its own subset of challenges. In fact, Americans visiting Ireland this summer now risk facing severe travel disruption, as the nation’s busiest international airport in Dublin tries to strike a delicate balance between higher travel demand and staff shortages. After …

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Americans Can Now Fly Nonstop To Norway With United Airlines

Summer is fast approaching, and with it, United’s largest ever Transatlantic expansion. Besides announcing a bunch of flights to new destinations it never served before, the carrier is resuming old routes many believed had been axed for good. One of those is the Newark flight to Norway, which has returned after a six-year pause. Since …

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