Travel In The News For November 25th

Boeing – EU takes a first step toward ungrounding the 737 Max. Their conditions of the Proposed Airworthiness Directive exceed those imposed by the FAA last week. Airline Travel – Global airline lobby IATA is working on a mobile app that will help travelers demonstrate their coronavirus-free status, joining a push to introduce so-called CovidContinue reading “Travel In The News For November 25th”

Travel In The News For November 12th

Shutdowns Sweep Through Major Regions Western Canada – Manitoba prepare to shut down as COVID-19 cases surge; Alberta, B.C. considers more restrictions. South America & Caribbean Shutdowns and closed borders spread as Latin America and Caribbean report infection surge -Education on hold as generation of children in Latin America and the Caribbean are missing outContinue reading “Travel In The News For November 12th”

Travel In The News For November 7th Special Update

Special for November 7th Cruising and the U.S. CDC On October 30th the CDC announced it will not extend the “Do Not Sail” order past October 31st. This makes cruise ships free to sail in American waters and enter U.S. ports on November 1st. The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA)has adopted COVID-19 protocols to helpContinue reading “Travel In The News For November 7th Special Update”

The CDC and Cruising

ATTENTION CRUISERS If you, like us, are frequent cruises, this is perhaps an opportunity. The CDC is requesting comments from the public on their lifting of the “do not sail” order on the cruise industry at the end of this coming September. If you would like to comment the link is HERE To better understandContinue reading “The CDC and Cruising”