travel

Why Has Road Safety Declined During the Pandemic Despite Fewer Drivers?

The rate of deadly traffic accidents is greater for the third month in a row, even as COVID-19 restrictions has meant fewer drivers on the roads, according to a road safety report.
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Bahamas to Close to U.S. Travelers Starting July 22

If you’re looking to travel to the Bahamas, you may have to wait. The prime minister announced that the island will close to U.S. travelers starting on July 22.
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American Airlines Notifies Thousands of Workers About Job Cuts

Massive layoffs are expected at American Airlines, all because of the pandemic. American Airlines has sent notices to about thousands of workers that they could be furloughed as demand for air travel remains low amid COVID-19. Read more now.
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Southwest Air Employees to Face Job Cuts Unless Traffic Triples

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly says passenger numbers will have to triple by the end of the year in order for the carrier to avoid its first-ever involuntary job cuts.
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Resort on Coronavirus-Free Bahamas Island Costs $300,000 per Month

If you’re looking to get away from coronavirus hotspots, you can travel to one island for a hefty price. A resort on a coronavirus-free Bahamas island costs $300,000 per month.
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How to Make a Walt Disney World Park Reservation for Its July Opening

Walt Disney World’s theme parks haven’t reopened from the coronavirus shut down yet, but you can now make a reservation. Here is how to do so.
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How the Coronavirus Pandemic Could Improve the Travel Industry

The coronavirus pandemic is bringing forth some positive and much-needed changes for the the travel industry including touchless technology, less time spent waiting in line, and faster check in. Read more.
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Americans Remain Barred From Entering European Union for Non-Essential Travel

Travelers from the United States will remain barred from entering the European Union while coronavirus cases continue to rise throughout the globe.
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JFK Airport in NYC Opens 1st In-Airport COVID-19 Testing Site in the US

John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City has opened a COVID-19 testing site for its employees, making it the first airport in the country to do so.
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Safety Tips for Visiting Older Relatives This Summer

Before setting out to visit your grandparents or other elder relatives this summer, it’s important to assess risk by taking into account their age and underlying health conditions.
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