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The Biden administration is poised to let Israeli residents travel to the United States without a visa. The Biden administration is expected to grant Israel membership into a prestigious association this week, enabling Israeli residents to travel to the United States without the need for a U.S. visa.
Philippine Airlines In Crisis After U.S. Visa Waiver Carrier Agreement Expires And Can't Transport Non-Visa Holders
Philippine Airlines in crisis after U.S. visa waiver carrier agreement expires and can't transport non-visa holders. Philippine Airlines is currently facing a critical situation due to the expiration of its U.S. Customs Visa Waiver Carrier Agreement.
Delta passengers told to be grateful as their plane didn’t crash in the sea. At the airport, a representative urged passengers to express gratitude for the opportunity to be alive and for the safe arrival of their plane, avoiding any potential mishaps in the ocean.
In a significant and unprecedented move, the Canada issues travel advisory for LGBTQ+ community visiting US, cautioning them about potential legal challenges and discrimination they may encounter when traveling to the United States. This advisory underscores the evolving landscape of LGBTQ+ rights and protections and raises critical questions about the status of these rights in the United States.
An airline loses a passenger’s dog at world’s busiest airport. Losing a pet while traveling may be a distressing situation for individuals who have a companion animal. Paula Rodriguez is presently experiencing a distressing situation when her canine companion, Maia, was inadvertently misplaced by airport personnel responsible for escorting the animal to her designated Delta aircraft at Atlanta airport, renowned for its status as the most heavily used airport globally.
The Disneyland Resort to close early Sunday due to Hurricane Hilary. Due to the impending arrival of Hurricane Hilary, officials at Disneyland have announced that both of the park's resorts located in Southern California would close early on Sunday.
Snack cart service discontinued on Japan's Tokyo-Osaka bullet train after several years of serving travelers the convenience of ordering coffee, ice cream, and meals from attendants driving snack carts. These mouthwatering delights have been indulged in while iconic landmarks like Mount Fuji have zipped by in the background.
A United Airlines ‘1K’ member threatened with no fly list over eating Manicotti. After consuming a dish of manicotti while flying with United Airlines, a top-tier "1K" status member was threatened with being placed on the "no fly list" by a flight attendant for the airline.
As long as it stays hot in southern Europe, many people who are going on vacation soon will wonder if they still want to go. Even though it's the Mediterranean summer, it will still be hot, but if you start your trip on the weekend, it will be easier to handle. What you need to know: Is it safe to travel during the heatwave in Europe and the US?
Rhodes wildfire causes thousands of evacuations and people to leave their homes. On Sunday, when wildfires threatened resorts and coastal towns on the island of Rhodes in Greece, thousands of residents and visitors evacuated to schools and other shelters for safety.
A teen detained at Florida airport and accused of ‘skiplagging’ travel hack. Logan Parson's first trip after becoming an independent traveler came to an abrupt end when airport security personnel apprehended the teenager and escorted him into an interrogation room.
Trump says he'll reinstate a travel ban that would be bigger than ever before. On Friday, former President Trump said for the first time publicly during the campaign for the presidential election in 2024 that he would bring back a travel ban "even bigger than before."
Popular tourist location seeks to ban all suitcases as post-pandemic visitation increases. A significant number of scenes from "Game of Thrones" were filmed in places all across Dubrovnik and Split.
The iconic Paris landmarks prepare to take center stage for the 2024 Olympics. The Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris in 2024 will be the largest event ever staged in France. The Olympic Games will be held from July 26 to August 11, 2024.
United Airlines employees allegedly made $10K a week stealing pot from luggage. The federal government claims that two United Airlines cargo agents at San Francisco International Airport planned and carried out a plot to steal marijuana from the luggage of leaving customers over a period of several years, and that they made as much as $10,000 per week selling the illegal substance.
State Department gives travel warning for popular Caribbean country due to safety concerns. Due to concerns over the level of crime and safety in the Dominican Republic, the United States Department of State is advising tourists to take heightened vigilance while they are there.
Gates at Hawaii's busiest airport are closed because of a bed bug infestation. After the discovery of some nasty tiny bugs at Terminal 2 earlier this week, various gates of Hawaii's major airport, Daniel K. Inouye International in Honolulu, were shut down for the purpose of decontamination.
Cathay Pacific fires flight crew for mocking passengers' English. Cathay Pacific Airways stated that it dismissed three flight attendants after a passenger accused them of discriminating towards non-English speakers.
Dolphin sightings on a UK beach have been comparable to those in the Philippines. The beautiful sandy shoreline and the presence of dolphins in the waters of a beach in the United Kingdom have earned it internet plaudits, with some comparing it to the Philippines.
The Philippines will temporarily close its airspace later this month in order to address frequent airport failures. On May 17, the airspace above the whole Philippines will be closed for six hours so that failing electrical equipment may be replaced. This is an effort by the Philippines to resolve the issue.
The World Health Organization has announced that the Covid virus is no longer a global health emergency. Following a two-year battle with the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the global health emergency over.
The highly anticipated coronation of King Charles III has drawn immense attention from around the world. As dignitaries, royalty, and curious travelers flock to witness this historic occasion, they are met with a set of unique challenges.
Based on the findings of a new travel trends survey of 500 people who have recently traveled, the majority of United States citizens have a strong desire to get out of their comfort zones and discover new places, and they are not particular about when they do it.
Couple take revenge on Airbnb host by leaving taps running and gas on for 25 days. A couple from China wanted to exact their vengeance in an unconventional manner, so they left the gas and water taps open for a period of 25 days.