US Virgin Islands Returns to Business After Isaias
The US Virgin Islands has resumed business operations following the passage of Tropical Storm Isaias. While the storm brought heavy rainfall to the area, it had “little to no impact to the territory’s tourism infrastructure,” according to the US Virgin Islands Department of Tourism. St Thomas’ Cyril E. King Airport and St Croix’s Henry E. Rohlsen Airport remain open with normal operations.
Dominican Republic Requiring Negative COVID-19 Test for All Visitors
Less than one month after reopening to international travelers, the Dominican Republic is now requiring visitors to present a negative COVID-19 test result in order to have freedom of movement in the Caribbean country. Starting Thursday, visitors must have proof of a negative polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or nasal swab test result recorded within five days of their arrival.
COUNTRIES ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TO ITALY
Italy officially reopened borders on June 3rd, first allowing 26 European nations to visit without restrictions. Then on July 1st, Italy further allowed the entry of select third-party nations outside the EU, but with different entry requirements.
Travel to Croatia in the Corona Era: Real-Time Feedback, July 29, 2020
Travel to Croatia is possible for non-EU citizens, but it became a lot more complicated after July 10 when new measures were introduced. PCR tests no older than 48 hours old or 14 days of self-isolation became the new normal. With the rest of the EU and Schengen closed to all but 12 non-EU countries,
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COUNTRIES ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TO SWITZERLAND
Who can currently travel to Switzerland? We have the full country list updated below, which includes the EU/EFTA nations that can currently travel to Switzerland, as well as the third-party countries outside the EU that have just been given permission to travel to Switzerland starting on July 20, 2020.
When Are International Flights To South Africa Meant To Resume?
According to a government statement seen by Simple Flying, the country entered level three of its five-level scale, on June 1st. Level three allows for more sectors of the economy to resume services. One of the areas is its tourism industry.
Hawaiian Airlines to resume service between Boston and Honolulu
Travelers on Hawaiian Airlines can fly nonstop between Logan International Airport and Honolulu next month as Hawaii eases travel restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. The carrier, which suspended most of its flying in late March due to the global health crisis, will resume flights between the following six cities and Honolulu on August 1: Boston, New....
Singapore Airlines to increase flights in August
Singapore Airlines (SIA) and SilkAir will increase the number of flights on some of their existing routes in their passenger network in August. The Group says its passenger capacity in August will reach approximately 7 per cent of its pre-Covid-19 levels – up from 6 per cent this month.
India slowly resuming global flights with air bubble deals
India has cautiously opened up limited air travel with a clutch of countries including the US and United Arab Emirates (UAE). American carrier United Airlines last Friday started operating 18 flights from Newark and San Francisco to Delhi, following an air bubble agreement. The flights, till the end of the month, follow
Jamaica Announces Newly Revised Measures for International Travelers
Jamaica has just announced its newly revised measures, which apply to international travelers arriving on the island as of July 15, 2020. The current set of regulations will remain in effect through July 31, being reassessed and adjustments made as needed by the Jamaica