Travel Week in Review – February 11th, 2022

Travel Week in Review – February 11th, 2022

Before the pandemic, you just had to worry about remembering your passport in order to make it back to the United States. Now, with new travel regulations restricting re-entry into the country, travelers have to be extra careful that they’re doing everything right if they don’t want to get stranded abroad. Here are five common mistakes you should avoid making when flying back to the U.S. Be very careful about the type of pre-flight COVID test you book or buy before your trip back to the U.S. Read More…

Last year may not have brought an immediate end to the coronavirus pandemic, but it brought a renewed sense of hope when it comes to traveling. And many Americans are taking advantage of that feeling, looking ahead, and planning their next vacations. The options for those who want to add another stamp to their passport have steadily grown since the world was first put on hold last year — albeit often with more paperwork, testing, and pre-planning required. Read More…

Having to get a COVID-19 test before flying back home to the United States can add a huge amount of stress to the end of your trip, especially now that all travelers (even fully-vaccinated ones) must have test results that were taken within a day of departure. Trying to find and schedule a COVID test abroad that’s guaranteed to return tests in time for your flight can be really difficult and expensive. The better option? Pack an at-home test that you can do in the comfort of your hotel room, with quick results. Read More…

When it comes to low-cost airlines, American fliers usually praise JetBlue, and despise Spirit Airlines and Frontier Airlines. But if you took to the sky in 2021, JetBlue might have let you down with large numbers of brutal, hours-long delays and frustrating cancellations, according to a new study. The Long Island City, New York-based airline recently dropped to the lowest spot on The Wall Street Journal’s annual ranking of U.S. airlines. Read More…

Hawaii is not requiring travelers have booster shots as well as full vaccination to visit the Islands. The state’s Governor David Ige said that Hawaii will not change its Safe Travels program. Individuals who received their primary COVID-19 vaccination series 14 days prior to arrival, or those who provide an acceptable negative pre-travel test, will continue to be exempt from the mandatory five-day quarantine. Read More…


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