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Fun Facts About the Last 50 Years of Travel
Travel + Leisure has compiled a list of 25 things you may not know about the last 50 years of travel in celebration of their own 50th anniversary. Did you know that American Airlines used to have a piano bar in the economy class cabin? Or that security screenings at the airport were not required until 1973?
Federal Court Sides with Florida in CDC Appeal
Following the CDC’s granted stay of their Conditional Sail Order (CSO) while they appealed the court’s previous ruling, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the State of Florida. The CDC’s CSO will now become a recommendation rather than a requirement for cruise resumption.
Which Cruise Lines Require the Vaccine?
Following the Federal ruling on Florida’s case against the CDC’s Conditional Sail Order, and the return of cruising, many questions remain about cruise line requirements for passengers and crew. Many cruise lines are requiring vaccinations, while cruises departing from Texas or Florida are unable to mandate vaccinations due to state law.
Air Travel Updates
Check out our weekly air travel updates below!
Will the mask mandate be extended?
The mask mandate for airplanes and airports is currently scheduled to expire on September 13th. What do the airlines think? Should the mandate be extended?
Only two people agree to pay TSA fines
Out of more than 2,400 incidents of noncompliance in regards to the federal mask mandate at airports, the agency has completed investigations into 1,793 incidents.
Flights to Canada will more than double in September. Service will increase from eight to nineteen flights between the United States and Canada.
Regular flights from Stewart International Airport to Orlando beginning October 25th. Flights to Miami and Tampa will also begin on November 2nd.
Service begins in October from Indianapolis to Nashville, Pittsburgh and Milwaukee.
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