Travel Week in Review – November 5th, 2021

Travel Week in Review – November 5th, 2021

Every COVID-19 vaccinated individual has his or her own set of reasons for getting the jab. You or someone you love may be immunocompromised, or maybe you just dread the idea of getting profoundly sick for an extended period. But, after 19 months of staying close to home, it’s likely that being able to travel safely again is also on the list of motivators for many Americans. Read More…

American Airlines’ cancellation rate slowed on Monday after a weekend of nearly 2,000 canceled flights, and the carrier said it is beefing up its staffing levels in the coming weeks before the busy holiday season. American’s cascading cancellations stemmed from two days of strong winds, starting last Thursday. Similar to a cascading incident seen by Southwest Airlines earlier in October, the initial cancellations led crew members to be out of their assigned sequences, making staffing tight. Read More…

Delta Air Lines flyers traveling through Atlanta will have a faster way to get through the airport, thanks to the new TSA PreCheck Express Lobby. Flying Delta Air Lines through their headquarters at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) may be a little easier – and faster – thanks to a new joint technology approach between the airline and the Transportation Security Administration. The airline announced the launch of their first Delta-TSA PreCheck express lobby and bag drop. Read More…

The final week of October has brought announcements by multiple countries that they’ll be loosening their restrictions on foreign travelers and will soon begin welcoming back international tourists. Beginning with Anguilla, one of the Leeward Islands that touches both the Caribbean Sea and the West Atlantic, last week announced updated entry requirements for foreign visitors, which reduced the per-person arrival testing fee to US$50 per person from the previous US$200. Read More…

Christmas last year was quite a different affair to celebrations past, so the 2021 festive season is shaping up to be a big one!  If you’re looking for a traditional Christmas experience, we’ve got a number of suggestions in Europe and North America. But if you want to head to warmer climes in Latin America or Asia, we’ve also got you covered. Here is a list of the top places to celebrate Christmas and the holiday season in 2021. All of these destinations are accessible by fully vaccinated travelers from the U.S. Read More…


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