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Coronavirus Travel Updates: Breaking News

#Safe Travel, #Smart Travel, #Travel Management

Coronavirus Travel Updates: Breaking News

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Jul 2020

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News Round-up: April 30th

Closures, cutbacks and restrictions

 

The changing face of air travel

 

Finances

Tips, tricks and op-eds

 

News Round-up, April 28th

Closures, travel restrictions and cutbacks

The changing face of air travel

Financial news 

News Round-up: April 24th

Cancellations, travel restrictions and airline news

The changing face of travel

News Round-up: April 21st

Cancellations and travel restrictions

The changing face of air travel

Industry finance news

Travel Opinions

Tips and Tricks

News Round-Up: April 20th

  • The TSA screened more than 2 million people per day in April of last year. Now, it screens about 100,000 daily. Read this article from Vox to discover how the Coronavirus is disrupting US air travel, in 2 charts.
  • Yahoo Finance covers earnings reported by airlines and how they’ll prepare for layoffs next fall.

Good news: while we wait out this pandemic, many of the world’s major airlines have come up with novel ideas to make it easier for frequent fliers to continue flying with them once air travel resumes in full force. Read this article from Flyertalk to find out which airlines are extending status and which are not. 

News Round-Up: April 15th

News Round-Up: March 31st

News Round-up: March 21st

  • Take a peek at the U.S. State Department Travel Map for live updates on areas around the globe with travel precautions. Scroll down in the map legend to the upper right of the screen to check it out: areas in red means “do not travel,” yellow means “exercise increased caution,” yellow with bars means “exercise increased caution- contains areas with higher security risks,” white means “exercise normal precautions,” white with bars means “exercise normal precautions- contains areas with higher security risk,” orange means “reconsider travel” and orange with bars means “reconsider travel- contains areas with higher security risk.” The map includes purple-starred American embassies, if you find yourself in need of help abroad.

 

    • Want a quick infographic showing airports with on-time, delayed and cancelled flights in the United States? Check out the Flightawareness Misery Map

 

Here is a state-by-state guide of U.S. states on lockdown whose businesses have shuttered