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6 hours ago

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From Travelwatch
“While a lot of uncertainty still remains and there’s still a lot of road to travel, the U.S. travel industry is continuing to see signs of steady improvement.

On Sunday, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screened 1,031,505 people at airport security checkpoints nationwide, the first day that the TSA passenger volume eclipsed the 1 million mark since the COVID-19 brought air travel to an effective halt in March.

The number is still 60% lower than what the TSA screened the same day in 2019—last year, during the same weekday, the TSA saw 2.6 million people go through checkpoints—but represents a stark increase off of the 87,534 low from April 14 and even a slight increase from last week’s 968,545 number.”
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From Travelwatch
“While a lot of uncertainty still remains and there’s still a lot of road to travel, the U.S. travel industry is continuing to see signs of steady improvement.

On Sunday, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screened 1,031,505 people at airport security checkpoints nationwide, the first day that the TSA passenger volume eclipsed the 1 million mark since the COVID-19 brought air travel to an effective halt in March.

The number is still 60% lower than what the TSA screened the same day in 2019—last year, during the same weekday, the TSA saw 2.6 million people go through checkpoints—but represents a stark increase off of the 87,534 low from April 14 and even a slight increase from last week’s 968,545 number.”

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2 days ago

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Don’t you love when you see a cool picture and you can say “I was there” or as the picture below says”I sat here”. ...

Don’t you love when you see a cool picture and you can say “I was there” or as the picture below says”I sat here”.

4 days ago

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6 days ago

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From Travelmarketreport.com. “U.S. officials are aiming to open travel between New York City and London with shortened traveler quarantine periods as soon as the holidays.

The Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Transportation are in the early stages of developing so-called “safe travel corridors” between the U.S. and certain international destinations, thanks to the growing availability of COVID-19 tests in the U.S.

These corridors could replace quarantine requirements with COVID-19 testing before their flight and again upon arrival, and could allow for limited reopening of international travel.

According to reports, government officials plan to potentially reopen travel between New York and London as early as the winter holidays.

Currently, American citizens traveling to the U.K. must quarantine for 14 days and for the most part cannot travel to the European Union. The U.S. has blocked entry to travelers from the U.K. and Europe unless they are U.S. citizens or permanent residents.

Transportation officials and an airline trade group support limiting quarantines to 24 hours, while other federal officials would prefer arriving passengers isolate for four to seven days, the Wall Street Journal Reported, citing people familiar with the matter. “Owl picture for interest-no Idea whoooo did them!
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From Travelmarketreport.com.  “U.S. officials are aiming to open travel between New York City and London with shortened traveler quarantine periods as soon as the holidays.

The Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Transportation are in the early stages of developing so-called “safe travel corridors” between the U.S. and certain international destinations, thanks to the growing availability of COVID-19 tests in the U.S.

These corridors could replace quarantine requirements with COVID-19 testing before their flight and again upon arrival, and could allow for limited reopening of international travel.

According to reports, government officials plan to potentially reopen travel between New York and London as early as the winter holidays.

Currently, American citizens traveling to the U.K. must quarantine for 14 days and for the most part cannot travel to the European Union. The U.S. has blocked entry to travelers from the U.K. and Europe unless they are U.S. citizens or permanent residents.

Transportation officials and an airline trade group support limiting quarantines to 24 hours, while other federal officials would prefer arriving passengers isolate for four to seven days, the Wall Street Journal Reported, citing people familiar with the matter. “Owl picture for interest-no Idea whoooo did them!
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