The state department has added at least 116 countries to its ‘do not travel’ list. Destinations to receive the highest, level four, rating include the UK, Canada, France, Israel and Mexico.
Delta Air Lines, the Aeroporti di Roma and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport have joined forces for a transatlantic Covid-19 testing program.
The Centres for Disease Control & Prevention has allowed a ‘no sail’ order for cruise ships operating in United States waters to expire. The move is seen as a first step toward the resumption of cruising.
The Bahamas will to close its borders to international commercial flights and commercial vessels carrying passengers from the United States from Wednesday.
The United States department of state has announced the country will be participating in Expo 2020 in Dubai. A consortium of 13 leading US-based organisations have created a unique journey through American innovation which will be showcased during the event.
Following a recent strike on American military bases in the region, US carriers will be barred from airspace over Iraq, Iran, the Gulf of Oman and the waters between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
American Airlines plans to launch an additional eight domestic routes next summer, offering customers a total of 20 new seasonal routes. New flights will be available for purchase from Monday.
World Travel Market - London has seen a variety of fascinating sessions in the Americas Inspiration Zone, each designed to highlight the tourism trends shaping the region in the coming years.
Visit Tampa Bay has announced the renewal of its partnership with Norwich City football club, retaining its position as the club’s official destination partner as the team prepares to return to the Premier League.