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Top 25 Trending U.S. Travel Destinations For 2021

More than a year of being grounded, Americans are eagerly planning their escape for spring and summer vacations. Seeing that the U.S. recently issued more than 115 “do not travel” advisories, reciprocated with international travel restrictions, and not to mention, the requisite of testing upon return, the best bet right now appears to be domestic …

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Major U.S. Airlines Returning To Normal Passenger Boarding

The aviation industry, much like the rest of the world, has been ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic. Carriers were forced to cut jobs, reduce frequencies, and impose substantial restraints on travel. More than a year later, some form of normalcy has been restored, at least when it comes to boarding flights. In a bid to …

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U.S. Looking To Lift International Travel Bans By May

Americans are ready to travel, airlines are picking up, and vaccination counts are increasing. Meanwhile, travel bans and restrictions are still in place – limiting the scope of movement for over a year – with no end in sight. Amidst the obscurity of when travel will return to how it once was, there is now …

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U.S. Government Urged To Reopen For Tourism To All Countries By May 1

“The risk of COVID-19 transmission while flying is low,” reads the letter. It further states that the current health protocols, such as mask-wearing and physical distancing, paired with industry-standard air filtration on planes and contact tracing systems are effective in combating the spread of COVID-19 during travel and that this claim is affirmed by scientific …

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American Airlines Launches Touchless Technology For Travel

American Airlines says it is “revolutionizing the travel experience” by launching digital tools and increasing contactless points of entry. The Fort-Worth-based carrier announced the initiative as the U.S. sees a significant uptrend in aviation activity.  In the coming months, American Airlines passengers can look forward to digital travel tools, touch-free check-in and bag drop, as …

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1.35 Million Americans Traveled On Friday Marking Busiest Day In The Past Year

Americans are beginning to regain confidence in air travel, as evidenced by TSA’s recent checkpoint data. 1,357,111 Americans were screened in airports across the United States on March 13, marking the busiest day since the inception of the global pandemic last year. The figures previously fell to 90,000 in April and remained below the one-million …

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CDC Says Those Who Have Been Vaccinated Should Still Avoid All Travel

New Guidelines For Fully Vaccinated Americans Although travel remains unadvised at this time, the CDC said it will revise guidelines for vaccinated individuals once more of the population is inoculated and further scientific data is revealed on the aftermath of vaccination.

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Customs and Border Protection Launches App For Entry Into The United States

The CBP One™ Mobile App enables travelers to expedite travel requirements prior to or during their arrival or departure to the U.S. It also enhances transparency for CBP stakeholders through virtual access to service requests, real-time status updates, and direct chat options.  As the features and uses of the app continue to evolve, users can …

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Israel Opens Airways to U.S. Carriers Upon Complaint From Washington

Following an official complaint from Washington, Israel has agreed to reopen airways to U.S. carriers, Delta and United. Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) filed a complaint to its Israeli counterpart, alleging improper behavior of airlines as only two carriers were permitted to operate rescue passenger flights, both being Israeli airlines, El …

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American Airlines and JetBlue Partnership Adds 33 New Flight Routes

American Airlines and JetBlue will be officially launching their partnership by offering nearly 80 codeshare flights and 33 new routes to their customers.  The partnership, concentrating predominantly on the Northeast markets of the U.S, will be offering codeshare flights and new routes to and from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport …

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American Airlines Announces New Routes for Summer

American Airlines has recently unveiled new routes it plans to operate this summer from Miami International Airport (MIA), intending to introduce two new international routes, as well as two new domestic routes.   The airline’s new international routes, scheduled to commence in June, will allow it to become the only U.S based carrier to provide …

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VeriFLY Health Passport Now Offered By More U.S. Airlines

Recent U.S. travel regulations and restrictions, specifically those relating to the requirement of international arrivals presenting a COVID-19 test result, have created a heightened demand for software and technologies to assist travelers. Subsequently, Alaska airlines has moved to offer VeriFLY, a would-be health passport to provide travelers with expedited check-in and verification for arrival into …

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