Travel Week in Review – February 25th, 2022

Travel Week in Review – February 25th, 2022

Starting from March 1, 2022, the European Union Member States are advised to remove the ban on non-essential travel for citizens of third countries who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, as well as for those who have recovered from the virus. Updating the recommendation on the temporary restriction of non-essential travel into the EU comes in the light of the evolution of the pandemic. Read More…

Whether you’re taking an overnight business trip or flying halfway around the world for the vacation of your dreams, flying is a better experience when you know what to expect. Travel looks a little different in the time of COVID-19 but passengers can ensure a safe and smooth experience at the airport and in the sky by following a handful of easy-to-implement tips. Be sure to stay up to date on the latest COVID-19 restrictions and requirements in your destination so you don’t come to the airport unprepared. Read More…

The pandemic has caused a drastic shift in airline routes, resulting in reductions, suspensions, and outright cancellations of service. However, even as new COVID-19 variants continue to emerge, airlines are launching a bevy of new routes. And despite fast-moving Omicron, many countries around the world have opened their borders to vaccinated tourists willing to follow protocols like testing. “Since many Americans have been grounded for nearly two years, they’re eager to travel again in 2022.” Read More…

The German National Tourist Office is encouraging travelers from the United States to visit the country this year, showcasing its sustainability, responsibility, and cultural sites in exciting new ways. According to Amrei Gold, head of public relations for the GNTO, Americans comprise the majority of international travelers to Germany. With approximately 40 million Americans who claim German heritage, the most popular reason for visiting Germany for leisure trips is heritage travel. Read More…

Delta Airlines announced a bit of good news for fliers with travel vouchers on their hands: the flight credits can now be redeemed for travel through the end of 2024. The new expiration date, which went into effect on January 12, applies to all existing Delta eCredits. Fliers will be able to rebook their tickets through December 31, 2023, for travel throughout all of 2024. The same policy will apply to all tickets booked in 2022. Since the onset of the pandemic, would-be airline passengers have been canceling their flights. Read More…


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