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U.S. Imposing New, Harsher Restrictions on Americans Traveling to Cuba
U.S. Imposing New, Harsher Restrictions on Americans Traveling to Cuba

The latest changes reverse some of the previous policies that helped open up the country to travel by U.S. citizens

5 Good Reasons to Tell Your Clients About Travel Loyalty Programs
5 Good Reasons to Tell Your Clients About Travel Loyalty Programs

Loyalty programs, also known as frequent buyer programs, have been around for a long time. But you might be surprised to know that many travelers don’t know about them. Here are five good reasons for travel advisors to spread the word to their customers, both leisure and corporate travelers.

Southwest, American Airlines Extend Boeing 737 MAX Cancellations into August
Southwest, American Airlines Extend Boeing 737 MAX Cancellations into August

Air carriers are adjusting schedules for the aircraft to give travelers adequate planning time ahead of a busy summer travel season.

Boeing 737 MAX Update: Flight Cancellations Continue for American Airlines, Southwest
Boeing 737 MAX Update: Flight Cancellations Continue for American Airlines, Southwest

Without a clear timeline for the grounded aircraft to go back into service, airlines and customers are dealing with the impact.

Boeing 737 MAX Update: CEO Says Software Update and Pilot Training Coming
Boeing 737 MAX Update: CEO Says Software Update and Pilot Training Coming

Air Canada, American, United, and more are all still dealing with the fallout from the groundings of the jets.

After Delays and Cancellations, Eurostar Tells Passengers ‘Not to Travel’
After Delays and Cancellations, Eurostar Tells Passengers ‘Not to Travel’

Industrial action by French customs officers over higher pay and better working conditions is causing havoc on the Paris to London Eurostar train line.

Boeing 737 MAX Update: American Airlines Reimbursing Hotel Fees, Others Waiving Change Fees
Boeing 737 MAX Update: American Airlines Reimbursing Hotel Fees, Others Waiving Change Fees

Southwest, United, and Air Canada have also responded to the mandatory grounding.

U.S. Joins Rest of World in Grounding All Boeing 737 MAX Jets
U.S. Joins Rest of World in Grounding All Boeing 737 MAX Jets

The U.S. joined Canada, China, India, and all of Europe in grounding the aircrafts, three days after the second crash involving the Boeing aircraft in less than five months.

Despite Reports, the E.U. Won’t Require Americans to Obtain Visa Before Traveling to Europe
Despite Reports, the E.U. Won’t Require Americans to Obtain Visa Before Traveling to Europe

Americans traveling to Europe will simply have to complete an online application and pay a small fee through the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS), a pre-screening program.

ASTA Looks to Repeat Success on Proposed Travel Agent Taxes
ASTA Looks to Repeat Success on Proposed Travel Agent Taxes

The group is leading a grassroots campaign against state sales taxes to travel agency services in Connecticut.