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JFK Airport in NYC Opens 1st In-Airport COVID-19 Testing Site in the US

John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City has opened a COVID-19 testing site for its employees, making it the first airport in the country to do so.
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Safety Tips for Visiting Older Relatives This Summer

Before setting out to visit your grandparents or other elder relatives this summer, it’s important to assess risk by taking into account their age and underlying health conditions.
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American Airlines to Begin Booking at Full Capacity in July

Fort Worth-based American Airlines says it will start booking flights to full capacity next week. The move comes as the United States sets records for new reported cases of the coronavirus.
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Delta Becomes First Airline to Resume Flights Between United States and China

Delta Airlines announced that it would bring flights back between Seattle, Washington, and Shanghai, China. The company is the first airline in the United States to resume flights.
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Several Airlines Ban Alcohol on Flights to Reduce Spread of COVID-19

In efforts to reduce the interaction between passengers and flight crew, several airlines around the world are implementing new, sobering rules for their flights.
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Disney World's Resort Hotels to Return June 22 From COVID-19 Shutdown

Disney Resort hotels are slated to open for business on June 22 after being shuttered due to the coronavirus pandemic. The openings will happen just weeks before the July 11 opening of Walt Disney World.
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Woman Recreates Airport Experience Inside Home After Vacation Plans Get Canceled

A woman had to cancel her birthday trip due to the coronavirus. She got creative and recreated her entire vacation at home in a viral video.
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Should You Fly Yet? Here's What Experts Say

With the coronavirus pandemic being shadowed by George Floyd protests, many are stuck wondering how the various state reopenings and maintained social distancing guidelines should affect travel. Is it safe to fly yet?
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How the Coronavirus Pandemic Could Improve the Travel Industry

The coronavirus pandemic is bringing forth some positive and much-needed changes for the the travel industry including touchless technology, less time spent waiting in line, and faster check in. Read more.
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Survey: Americans Have Little Trust in Low-Cost Spirit, Allegiant Airlines During Pandemic

Who’s ready to fly? Turns out a lot of you are, but many aren’t. A new survey from the travel site TheVacationer.com says people are hesitant to fly during the coronavirus pandemic.
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