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This Airline Will Begin Offering New York To London Flights For $116

The competition for budget transatlantic travel is increasing, and travelers are benefitting the most.  Norse Atlantic Airways—a new start-up company offering budget flights between Europe and the U.S.—have announced they will begin budget daily flights between New York City‘s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and London‘s Gatwick Airport (LGW). The service will start on …

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CDC Issues Travel Advisory Traveling To These Countries Due To Monkeypox

Are we in the early days of a new global health emergency? After several monkeypox outbreaks were registered across Europe this week, and Belgium going as far as imposing a strict 21-day quarantine for travelers with a confirmed infection, the CDC has now issued a travel warning to a number of destinations due to the …

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AMResorts Looks To Bring Its All Inclusive Hotels To Hawaii and Florida

AMResorts has revealed its ambitious plan to bring its famous all inclusive resorts to Florida and Hawaii. The hotel and brand management company has achieved great success with its resorts in other corners of the world, most notably in some of the world’s top destinations such as Mexico and the Dominican Republic, and will be …

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U.S. To Increase ESTA Fee For Incoming Tourists

U.S. Issues First ESTA Price Increase Since 2015 The United States is increasing the cost of the ESTA waiver visa for incoming tourists. There have been rumors of a price increase for several months, but the final rule is effective from May 20, 2022.  The ESTA is an online system whereby nonimmigrant visitors planning to …

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United Airlines Opens Its Largest And Most Incredible Lounge Yet At Newark Airport

United Club members and other customers flying from Newark Airport: you are in for a big treat starting this week. The airline has just opened what has to be its largest, and surely most incredible club lounge yet at the New York hub, measuring 30,000 square feet and boasting a total of 480 seats, distributed …

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Tourists Urged To Wear Face Masks In New York As New Variant Spreads

More than two years into the pandemic, Covid is still proving disruptive in some major U.S. cities, including New York. Due to the swift spread of a new variant, poised to eventually replace a weakened Omicron in a matter of days, tourists are now being urged to wear face masks in indoor and public settings …

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These 5 Caribbean Nations Have Removed All Entry Requirements For American Tourists

If Americans are looking for the perfect vacation destination – the Caribbean is shaping up to be the ideal area for an easy trip. Various Caribbean nations—including some of the most popular destinations for U.S. tourists—have removed all entry requirements for travelers.  Therefore, eager tourists don’t need: Proof of vaccination  Testing Passenger locator forms  To …

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Mexico Government Asks U.S. To Stop Including Tourist Spots In Travel Advisories

Standing up for its tourism sector, currently plagued by numerous reports of increased violence in popular destinations, the Mexican Government has formally asked the United States to not ‘generalize’ when issuing travel advisories. Namely, it has suggested any alerts affecting whole cities and/or states should be more specific. Although Mexico unarguably remains a top rated …

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CDC Urges Americans To Wear Face Masks When Flying

Even though a US judge struck down the federal mask mandate, again allowing passengers to board flights without face coverings, the CDC – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is adamant people must not let their guards down just yet. In fact, the entity has issued a statement on May 3 urging Americans to continue …

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U.S. Travelers Will Need REAL ID Cards To Board All Flights Starting Next Year

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 U.S. Is One Of The Last Countries To Still Enforce Pre-Arrival Testing

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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Walt Disney World Scraps Mask Requirement Across Parks

As Covid retreats and different countries move towards treating the virus as an endemic disease, several public and private entities have also started rolling back pandemic-era mandates. Now, it’s Walt Disney World’s turn to scrap mandatory mask usage across its parks. The popular holiday destination, which attracts millions of visitors every year, has been tilting …

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