U.S. aims to shorten quarantine time for New York-London travel: WSJ

An empty International Arrivals hall is pictured at Terminal Two of London Heathrow Airport in west London, on May 9, 2020.

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As the holiday season kicks in, U.S. officials are aiming to shorten the travel quarantine time for trips between New York City and London, The Wall Street Journal reported Saturday.

Officials at the Transportation Department and the Department of Homeland Security are

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U.S. officials are aiming to open travel between New York City and London with shortened traveler quarantine periods as soon as the holidays, according to people familiar with the matter.

The growing availability of Covid-19 tests in the U.S. has prompted officials at the Transportation Department, Department of Homeland Security and other agencies to revive efforts to establish safe travel corridors between the U.S. and international destinations, the people said. … Read More

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a group of people standing in front of a sign: NEWARK, NJ - SEPTEMBER 08: A Port Authority police officer stands watch on the day the new COVID-19 testing facility XpresCheck became available for passengers at Newark Liberty International Airport Terminal B on September 8, 2020 in Newark, New Jersey. Previously, the facility administered tests only to airline employees and related parties. The facility's focus on testing for communicable disease highlights the switch parent company XpresSpa Group has been making from spa services at airports in the midst of the global pandemic. Newark Liberty XpresCheck, which is the second to begin services after New York's JFK Airport, can administer more than 350 COVID-19 tests per day. (Photo by Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/Getty Images)


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NEWARK, NJ – SEPTEMBER 08: A Port Authority police officer stands watch on the day the new COVID-19 testing facility XpresCheck became available for passengers at Newark Liberty International Airport Terminal B on September 8, 2020 in Newark, New Jersey. Previously, the facility administered tests only to airline employees and related parties. The facility’s focus on testing for communicable disease

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Japan Airlines aims for discount network to capture post-coronavirus tourism

Adds comment, details

TOKYO, Oct 7 (Reuters)Japan Airlines 9201.T wants to create a low-cost carrier network with three of its discount carriers to tap leisure travel that, unlike business travel, could rebound as the coronavirus wanes, the company president said on Wednesday.

“Aviation won’t return to what it was before and business travel demand could even shrink further. One of our targets is tourism,” Yuji Akasaka told

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Later, Earth! Hotels.com Aims To Be The First Online Travel Site To Enter The Space Race

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‘ABC Travel Green Book’ aims to redefine Black tourism in a modern way

Wanderluster Martinique Lewis has achieved a holy grail of sorts: She turned her passion for travel into a full-blown career.



a person standing in front of a cake: Experience Real Cartegena is dedicated to showing visitors an authentic story of the Colombian city.


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Experience Real Cartegena is dedicated to showing visitors an authentic story of the Colombian city.

Lewis, who works as a content creator and diversity consultant, noticed a lack of diversity in the travel industry and grew determined to change the status quo. Travel publications and companies

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Belton aims to regroup after loss; Tigers focus on fixing mistakes before road trip to Round Rock | Sports

BELTON — Five days after Belton’s season-opening loss to Georgetown, first-year Tigers head coach Brett Sniffin still had plenty to say about his team’s second-half performance that ultimately cost Belton a chance to start the year in the win column.

He wasn’t thrilled that Belton yielded multiple fourth-down conversions that allowed the Eagles to continue long drives that resulted in touchdowns. He wasn’t happy with himself or his coaching staff

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New Initiative Aims To Attract South Floridians To Top Area Hotels

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau has a new initiative as part of its travel and tourism recovery program.

The campaign, called “Play, work and learn remotely in Miami,” aims to attract locals to experience the many amenities that some of Miami’s best hotels have to offer.

“We launched this program with 30 hotels all over the county to take you out of your house and

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Norwegian Air aims to secure more cash this year as losses balloon

OSLO (Reuters) – Norwegian Air NORR.OL aims to secure funding this year for the next 18 months or more to see it through the COVID-19 pandemic, the budget airline said on Friday after reporting first-half losses of $610 million (459.61 million pounds).

The company will put five more aircraft back in the air in September, raising the total to 25, while leaving 110 to 115

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