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Air France To Launch More Flights To The U.S.

Air France – the flag-carrying airline of France – has revealed that it will start increasing the frequency of its flights between France and the US in the coming few months, aiming to restore up to 90% of its overall capacity. The news comes following the recent announcement that restrictions between the EU and the …

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U.S. Has Issued ‘Do Not Travel’ Advisories For 15 Caribbean Countries

The United States State Department has currently issued a total of 15 Level 4 “Do Not Travel” travel advisories to countries in the Caribbean. Whilst they may not be a legal hurdle that will prevent many from traveling, it could have repercussions for tourists looking to purchase insurance before heading to one of these destinations, …

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U.S. Will Accept All WHO Approved Vaccines For International Travelers

The United States revealed last Friday that it would be accepting each of the vaccines that are approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) when international travelers begin to enter the country in the coming weeks. The decision brings some much-needed clarity to the situation, as travelers were kept in the dark for weeks as …

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United Airlines Preparing For Huge Travel Surge In December

United Airlines is preparing for a surge in the number of people traveling this December, with this year’s holiday season looking to be much busier than last year’s. United have scheduled thousands of daily flights for the month of December, with the airline’s flight schedule now more closely resembling a typical flight schedule than at …

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U.S. State Department Issues 16 New Travel Advisories For October

Just yesterday, United States issued several more travel advisory updates. The updates to the travel advisories were made as the US endeavors to make sure that its citizens are well informed about issues around the world that may impact a traveler’s health and safety, and they allow travelers to make informed decisions about whether to …

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Top 8 Sunny Destinations Open For American Tourists This Winter

It’s fair to say that as far as travel goes, summer didn’t really live up to its expectations, courtesy of Delta-inspired restrictions around the world. However, entry restrictions seem to be easing just in time the winter travel season, when Americans will be desperate to get in the air once more and soak up some …

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New Law Could Require Domestic U.S. Air Travelers To Be Fully Vaccinated

A bill that was recently introduced to the US Senate could lead to travelers requiring proof of vaccination against Covid-19 in order to be able to travel on domestic air journeys. The bill, which was introduced on Wednesday as the U.S. Air Travel Public Safety Act, would see the requirements for domestic air travel in …

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KLM Resumes U.S. Flight Routes As European Travel Ban Lifted

The Dutch airline KLM has become the latest major international airline to restore some of its routes in the US, as airlines scramble to get ready for an increase in demand following the US easing its travel restrictions imposed on European travelers. The airline follows in the footsteps of the likes of Finnair, who recently …

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U.S. Sees New Scandinavian Flights Courtesy Of Finnair

The United States is set to see the number of routes it has with Scandinavia increase, courtesy of additional routes added by Finland’s flag-carrying airline Finnair. The move will see several airports across the US gain additional routes to two key Scandinavian cities in two countries, giving American travelers more options for their vacations as …

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U.S. Issues ‘Do Not Travel’ Advisory For 8 More Countries

The United States has added eight countries to its level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ list because of rising cases of COVID-19 within the country.  Every week, the CDC reviews its list of countries and places countries on either level 1, level 2, level 3, or level 4. Destinations that fall under the “COVID-19 Very High” …

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Hawaii Mandates Proof Of Vaccination To Visit Restaurants & Bars

Hawaii has had different COVID-19 restrictions from other U.S states throughout much of the pandemic. And the news that travelers and citizens will require either evidence of vaccination or testing to enter indoor venues won’t be a surprise to many. The news comes after the mayors of Oahu and Maui submitted requests to Governor Ige …

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Survey Reveals Difference In Travel Plans Between Vaccinated and Unvaccinated

A recent survey has revealed the travel intentions of both vaccinated and unvaccinated Americans for the upcoming Fall period and holiday season. The travel survey, created by the marketing communications and technology company MMGY Travel Intelligence as part of its Portrait of American Travelers series, was distributed to travelers in July, and is the company’s most …

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