Recent Travel News

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Carnival Cruise Line updates dress code policy to ban 'offensive' clothing

Jan 16, 2020

 

The effective immediately, carnival cruise line has banned offensive clothing, including clothes with messages that may be considered offensive or contain nudity, profanity or sexual innuendos.  also banned are clothing or accessories that may promote ethnic or racial commentary or hatred or violence in any form.

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Alitalia Airlines and Qantas Airways join TSA Pre✓®

Dec 17, 2019

 

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced today the expansion of its TSA Pre✓® expedited screening program with the addition of Alitalia Airlines and Qantas Airways. These two airlines bring the total number of TSA Pre✓® participating domestic and international carriers to 73.

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New entry requirements for New Zealand: Starting October 1st, 2019

OCT 10, 2019

 

On August 2019, the Government of New Zealand implemented the NZeTA to facilitate obtaining an authorization to visit the country for Tourism and Transit purposes. The new online process is valid for 2 years and allows multiple entries to New Zealand. NZeTa will be mandatory to all eligible travelers from October 1st 2019, It can be easily obtained online.

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MARTINIQUE REQUIRES PASSPORTS FOR CRUISES. WILL IT CHANGE MINDSET?

OCT 03, 2019

 

Martinique now requires a passport for cruise guests who go ashore. Will this begin to change consumer mindset? What do agents think?

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AS OF 2021 US CITIZENS MUST PRE REGISTER TO ENTER EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

SEPT 12, 2019

 

While it’s not a visa, U.S. travelers will need to begin pre-registering for travel to 26 countries in Europe starting in 2021. Travel Agent spoke with Ryan Amizi, editor for etias.com, a website dedicated to spreading awareness regarding the new European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS), to learn more on what to expect.

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Le Petit Chef now on Summit and Millennium Cruise

Jan 27, 2020

 

For fans of Celebrity Cruise's Le Petit Chef has finally been added to the Celebrity Summit and Celebrity Millennium ships. Experience the fusion of entertainment and cuisine during the

same meal.  3D table animation has now been added to the specialty restaurant Qisine to the delight of adults and children. The food is as wonderful as the animation.