Cruise lines hope that with the new protocols, they will be able to resume sailing sometime by the end of 2020.
Despite this year's COVID-19 shutdown, The Travel Institute continues to report high interest in new agent training.
The panel's report makes 74 total recommendations of best practices, including testing, face masks, and new sanitation and disinfection.
Southwest Airlines and Alaska Airlines will both leave middle seats open on its flights through Nov. 30, covering the Thanksgiving holiday.
Canada’s Minister for Public Safety Bill Blair on Friday announced that the U.S.-Canada border will remain closed to non-essential travel until at least October 21 as COVID-19 continues to impact international travel.
Currently, cruise lines are under a Centers for Disease Control No Sail Order until Sept. 30, 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
P&O Cruises, part of Carnival Corporation, has cancelled all sailings until early 2021, as “evolving restrictions on travel from the UK unfortunately it is necessary to extend our current pause.”
The airline has announced it will provide COVID-19 emergency and quarantine medical insurance for Canadian residents who book international roundtrip flights.
This week, Carnival Cruise Line confirmed the sale of Carnival Fascination and Carnival Imagination as the cruise line removes “less efficient” ships from fleet .
Here’s how travel advisors can prepare themselves and their agencies for the post-COVID-19 future.