Topic: Government Regulations
Lines say they are monitoring the situation following this week’s announcement, but that they have not made any changes to their Cuba itineraries at this time. Here's the latest.
On Wednesday, the Trump administration imposed new restrictions to Cuba, limiting nonfamily travel to the island. Here's the latest.
Cruise lines representatives met with a judge on the matter at a conference last Wednesday. Here’s the latest.
The airline said that it is “highly confident” the aircraft will be recertified before that date. Here’s the latest.
The cruise line says it is looking to make changes to 2020 and 2021 itineraries that include calls in Brunei. More here.
The airline, which has 24 737 Maxes in its fleet, says that it is continuing to await information from regulatory authorities regarding the aircraft. Here's what travelers need to know.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is meeting opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn to try to work out a deal on Brexit, prompting a rebellion within the Conservative party. More here.
If the withdrawal agreement is finally approved by Parliament, then travelers don’t have to worry. Here's what happens if the agreement is rejected.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May formally requested a delay to the country’s departure from the EU through June 30, and might resign if it's pushed more.
Starting June 17, American, Canadian, Australian and Japanese citizens who wish to disembark in Brazil will be exempt from visas and their fees. Here's more.