Topic: Federal Travel Regulations
Cuba and the Dominican Republic dominated the top stories from the Caribbean, but other islands had plenty of important news, too. Read more here.
The system will apply to European Union and Schengen countries, as well as China, South Korea, Japan and New Zealand. The U.S., UK and Canada are expected to be excluded.
Travelers who purchased a policy before the ban was put into effect may be covered if they cancel their travel and cruise plans. Learn more here.
Twenty-six properties were to the list of entities that Americans are prohibited from patronizing because they are owned by the Cuban military. Learn more here.
For a third time, a federal judge has blocked the travel ban from taking effect. Here's the latest.
The ACLU and Department of Justice have reached a settlement. Find out what that means for travelers, here.
A draft of the new executive order exempts travelers who already have a visa to travel to the United States, even if they haven’t used it yet. Here’s the latest.
Happy Friday! Close out your work week on a high note with our roundup of today’s top headlines in the travel industry.
Positive signs for the Thanksgiving travel weekend and a new twist in the Brexit vote are the top travel headlines to watch today. Here’s what you need to know.
The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) has released an update on the implications of the Real ID Act for travelers. Find out what it means for travelers.