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Austin Airport adding 26 New Destinations Including New International Routes

Austin’s ongoing airport expansion will soon bring more flights to its already bustling terminal. In addition, Austin residents as well as those looking to visit the quirky city will gain a slew of new domestic routes and even some new international options. Demand at Austin airport is booming Austin is currently the third busiest Texas …

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U.S. Issues 15 New Travel Advisories To Start 2022

The US has issued several new travel advisories this week. The move comes as part of their ongoing efforts to keep American travelers safe against new and existing variants of Covid-19, and other issues that may place them in harm’s way. The decision to issue new travel advisories shows that the new year is carrying …

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U.S. Planning To Allow Passengers To Transit Without Screening

Travelers To Skip Screening During Transit at Some U.S Airports Under a new bill, some international travelers will be able to bypass security during layovers at U.S airports under a pilot program that’s advancing in congress. The senate commerce, science, and transportation committee will consider the proposal on Wednesday as lawmakers look to boost tourism …

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Traveler Alert: New York Begins Vaccine Passports For Children Under 12

New York City will introduce vaccine passports for children aged 5 to 11 in a blow to international tourists without vaccinated children. Restaurants and cinemas will ask children to show they’re vaccinated from 14 December according to Mayor de Blasio. In the United States, children aged five to eleven have been eligible for COVID-19 vaccines …

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U.S. Considers Lifting Africa Travel Ban As It’s Unknown If Omicron Is More Severe

After banning flights from multiple African nations, U.S health officials are re-evaluating the ban and are hoping to lift it soon.  The U.S government’s chief medical advisor, Anthony Fauci, said the U.S. is reviewing its travel ban on South Africa and other African nations. He said he hopes to lift the ban “within a reasonable …

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Loopholes Leave Many Travelers Exempt From New U.S. Testing Requirement

Testing requirements are changing for air travelers entering the U.S. on December 6th, which features a shortened testing period before departure. The new rules now demand an antigen test be performed 1-day before entry compared to the previous 3-day rule. However, since this new rule is only being applied to those flying into the country, …

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New 1-Day Testing Requirement To Enter U.S. Begins Monday

New Restrictions In Place, December 6th. The United States has updated its testing requirements for those wishing to enter the country, which affect both citizens returning home and foreign tourists. The changes center mainly around a shortened testing period before departure. The previous testing requirement allowed vaccinated visitors and citizens to be tested as late …

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U.S. Government Says Federal Vaccine Mandate Won’t Slow Down Thanksgiving Travel

The U.S government has insisted the federal vaccine mandate won’t affect domestic travel in the coming months despite fears from the travel industry.  Pete Buttigieg, The United States Secretary of Transportation, said, “I have seen no indication the vaccine requirements are going to impact travel in any way, certainly in terms of our ability as …

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U.S. Releases Full Entry Requirements Travelers Need To Know For Nov 8

As the United States reopens to the world, the U.S has announced its full entry requirements for reopening on November 8. The United States has been closed for non-essential travel since the pandemic began, but the nation is due to reopen in two weeks.  Federal health officials offered more specifics today for airlines and travelers …

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New York City’s Vaccine Passport: What Travelers Need To Know

Travel to the U.S. is increasing by record rates since the start of the pandemic, and now with the end in sight of the EU travel ban in November, more arrivals are expected throughout the fall and winter months. With New York City coming in first place as the most visited city in the States, …

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Top 5 Tips To Make The Most of Your Vacation In Guam

Looking to spice up your tropical island getaway by going somewhere different this year? Don’t feel like changing your currency or brushing up on your Spanish? The U.S. island territory of Guam, in the far Western Pacific, may be a tiny island but it has everything you need for a blissful beach holiday. Follow these …

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U.S. Will Require Proof of Vaccination For All International Arrivals

With the long-awaited news that the United States will soon end the 18-month travel ban for passengers from the EU, UK, Brazil, and other nations, changes are also coming to entry requirements for all foreign arrivals. Starting in November, the U.S. will require all international passengers to show proof of being fully vaccinated to gain …

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