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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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Why Americans Are Still Flocking To Mexico For Vacation

It’s fair to say that the global pandemic has been nothing short of merciless to the global travel industry, crippling tourism businesses, airline carriers, and national economies. With setbacks thrown in every direction, one thing remains strong: the persistence for travel. The aforementioned statement is exemplified in the TSA’s checkpoint screening data, a witness to …

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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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U.S. Looks To Domestic Testing to Stop Surging Cases of UK Variant in Florida

In recent days, the U.S. government has been considering to expand testing requirements, currently in place for international travel, to extend to domestic travel as well. Most recently, reports have been circulating that the Biden administration is actively discussing domestic travel requirements, for locations such as Florida, in which the U.K. strain of COVID-19 is …

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Delta Extends ‘No Middle Seat’ Policy Through End of April

Delta airlines is committed to providing passengers with peace of mind when it comes to health and safety practices, by deciding to extend its middle seat blocking policy to April 30th, 2021. The practice of blocking middle seats on aircrafts was popularized at the height of the pandemic, in a bid to maintain social distancing …

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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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2021 Will be a ‘Meaningful’ Year of Travel According to Airbnb Report

A new report released by Airbnb finds that travel is the activity Americans have missed most, with many ready to resume travel in 2021. Specifically, the report finds that reconnecting with loved ones, friends and family, is what Americans miss most. The findings indicate that travel in 2021 will take travel back to its roots …

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Borders Currently To Open American Travelers In February

The inauguration of President Biden led to reinstated travel bans that were formerly lifted by President Donald Trump just before his departure from office. While the current administration is tightening travel restrictions and considering testing requirements for domestic travel, more than 27 million Americans have received one or more doses of vaccine. Amidst ongoing interstate …

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Two U.S. Cruise Lines Will Require Passengers To Be Vaccinated

Two U.S cruise lines have recently announced that they will be moving to make vaccinations mandatory for passengers to sail aboard. American Queen Steamboat Company, as well as its sister company, Victory Cruise Lines, will effectively become the first North American cruise operators to officially require proof of COVID-19 vaccination from all crew-members, passengers and …

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