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Test Shortage Delays UK’s Easing of Travel Restrictions

Test Shortage Delays UK's Easing of Travel Restrictions

Share The Article Last Updated 5 mins ago A shortage of Covid-19 tests in the UK has led to the country’s planned travel restriction updates being delayed for a few weeks. The updated rules, which were only announced days ago, were warmly received by both the UK’s holiday starved travelers and its customer starved travel […]

Royal Caribbean Could Move Home Port To Mexico Amid Restart Delays In U.S.

Royal Caribbean Could Move Home Port To Mexico Amid Restart Delays In US

Share The Article Last Updated 16 mins ago Royal Caribbean may move its home port to Cozumel, Mexico amid delays to restart the cruise industry in the United States. According to Cozumel Mayor Pedro Joaquin Delbouis, Royal Caribbean approached the city about designating the island as a home port for its cruise operations. “A company […]

Hurricane Dorian wreaks havoc on Labor Day travel l ABC News

Some airlines are already issuing travel waivers ahead of the storm for travelers flying out 32 airports, mostly in Florida and the Caribbean. #ABCNews #News #Dorian #Travel source

7NEWS Update – Oct 2: Tax cuts for businesses; Singapore to open travel bubble | 7NEWS

The Federal Government is set to announce sweeping changes to the tax system in next week’s budget; Singapore has announced it will lift border restrictions for some Australian travellers from next week; and major queues are expected along Queensland’s border today, with an influx of northern New South Wales residents expected to cross ahead of […]

COVID-19 surge delays Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble for two weeks

COVID-19 surge delays Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble for two weeks

A travel bubble between Hong Kong and Singapore, originally slated to begin on 22 November, has now been postponed amid a spike in infections in Hong Kong. The air travel bubble, meant to boost tourism for both cities, will be delayed by at least two weeks, Hong Kong’s minister of commerce and economic development, Edward […]