Travel News Roundup–June 25, 2021

Where Can Americans Travel Right Now?: Current list with links to each country’s rules and protocols. By Mackenzie Roche for US News and World Report

Hawaii Dropping Testing and Quarantine For Vaccinated Travelers: “Great news for travelers to Hawaii! Governor David Ige of Hawaii just announced that effective July 8, the state will eliminate its pre-travel testing/quarantine requirement for domestic travelers to Hawaii who have been fully vaccinated in the United States.” Johnny Jet

Carnival Sees Full Fleet Sailing by Spring, Later Than Hoped: “Carnival Corp. Chief Executive Officer Arnold Donald estimates that the company will have its entire fleet of 91 cruise ships operating by next spring, a bit later than it originally hoped. The company has already announced return dates for 42 ships by the end of the company’s fiscal year, which concludes on Nov. 30, according to a quarterly business update on Thursday.” By Jonathan Levin for Bloomberg

The Netherlands Reopens To US Travelers With No Restrictions: “The Netherlands completely reopened to U.S. travelers, who may now enter without any restrictions—no proof of vaccination, previous recovery or negative COVID-19 test needed.” By Laurie Barrati for Travel Pulse

American Airlines cancels 950 July flights, with its workforce stretched thin: “American Airlines Group Inc. dropped about 1% of its scheduled daily flights for July after a faster-than-expected surge in summer travel led to crew shortages.The airline will cancel 950 flights during the first 13 days of July, after it scrapped about 775 flights over the weekend and into Monday on what it cited as poor weather conditions at its Miami and Chicago hubs that exacerbated a shortfall in pilots. In some cases, delays caused by storms exhausted its group of reserve pilots.” By Mary Schlangenstein for Bloomberg

Tokyo Olympics to allow local fans — but with strict limits: “Organizers set a limit of 50% capacity — up to a maximum of 10,000 fans, all of whom must be Japanese residents — for each Olympic venue, regardless of whether it is indoors or outdoors. Officials said that if coronavirus cases rise again the rules could be changed and fans could still be barred all together. Spectators from abroad were banned several months ago, and now some local fans who have tickets will be forced to give them up.” By Stephen Wade for AP

Qatar says only vaccinated fans allowed at World Cup 2022: “Qatar will only allow people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend next year’s World Cup and is in talks to secure one million doses in case global immunization efforts lag, the prime minister said.” By Staff for Reuters

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