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TSA Vaccine Mandate May Cause Long Wait Times For Travelers In The U.S.

Following the news of the U.S. opening to international travelers on November 8, the TSA is now in the spotlight to complete its vaccination mandate ahead of the busy holiday season. If the TSA does not meet its vaccination requirements by the November 22 deadline, it could lead to TSA staffing shortages which would likely …

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TSA Doubles Fines For Those Who Refuse To Wear Masks On Planes

On September 10th, the United States Department of Homeland Security made an announcement that it will greatly increase fines imposed on people who violate the federal mask mandate. As a result, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) doubles the fines for all mask mandate violators. The Federal Mask Mandate Remains in Effect Until January 2022 The Transportation …

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U.S. Travelers Ignore Delta Over Labor Day Weekend Almost Reaching 2019 Levels

Figures released by the TSA that detail the number of travelers passing through TSA checkpoints across airports in the US have shown a welcome boost in the total number of people traveling over the weekend. The news is bound to be welcomed by the travel industry, following fears that people were deciding against traveling due …

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TSA Reports Large Drop In Passengers Due To Delta

The TSA has reported that the number of travelers passing through their security screening checkpoints has fallen to its lowest figures since May, suggesting that fewer people are traveling in the wake of the Delta variant. It is the first significant reduction in traveler numbers following several months of the same figures rising in the …

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Mandatory Masks On U.S. Airlines Could Be Dropped By September

The CEO of Southwest Airlines has claimed that there is no push amongst those in the industry to extend the mask mandate once it expires in just a few weeks. Whilst other mask mandates in everyday life seem to be being phased out, the wearing of face masks onboard aircraft is still very much a …

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U.S. Records 2 Million Passengers On Friday: Confidence In Tourism Returns

The past fifteen months or so have been tough for the airline industry. Whether through fear of the virus, restrictions or flight cancellations, record low numbers of travelers were recorded as Americans were forced to remain at home and give up their travel plans. However, much to the delight of travelers around the US, it …

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TSA Extends Its Mask Requirement For Transport Until September

Once just a feature of hospitals, dental clinics and the odd flu-sufferer on the streets, masks have now become a ubiquitous part of everyday life in the US, and are one of the defining symbols of the pandemic. Love them or loathe them, it looks like they’re here to stay – for a little while …

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TSA Now Allows Full Sized Sunscreen In Carry On Luggage

Whilst for some Americans it may be a walk in the park, for others, packing for trips can be a bit of a minefield. From desperately under-packing to ridiculously over-packing, it’s a sweet science that won’t have gotten easier as a result of the pandemic-enforced grounding of millions of travelers. However, recent news this week …

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