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Airlines Updates

Published on 20.11.2020
Delta Air Lines is the only U.S. airline to block middle seats, limit onboard capacity through 30MAR21.
United Airlines to require rapid COVID-19 test on EWR-LHR flights
American Airlines eliminates change fees on international tickets

Published on 14.11.2020
American Airlines flights suspended indefinitely at Williamsport Regional Airport

Published on 11.11.2020
American Airlines to restart flights to China, bringing US weekly total to 10

Published on 09.11.2020
St Lucia increases arrivals with four flights from US and Canada

Published on 03.11.2020
American Airlines cuts 100000 flights in December schedule ‘to match low demand’
Flights From San Jose International Airport To Recently-Reopened Hawaii Resume

Published on 02.11.2020
Delta Air Lines postpones flights between USA and South Africa until January 2021
Qantas suspends flights between Australia and USA until at least October 2021

Published on 28.10.2020
Hawaiian Airlines will resume some domestic flights from December

Published on 27.10.2020
Southwest Airlines cancels flights at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City

26.10.2020 American Airlines during the weekend of 25OCT20’s schedule update once again filed Boeing 737 MAX 8 schedule, after the airline temporary removed 737 MAX schedules in last week’s update. This week’s update shows the airline to operate 737 MAX aircraft on Miami – New York LaGuardia route once a day, from 29DEC20 to 04JAN21.

AA718 MIA1032 – 1330LGA 7M8 D
AA718 LGA1430 – 1744MIA 7M8 D

Published on 24.10.2020
United Airlines resumes flights from San Francisco to Shanghai

23.10.2020 Hawaiian Airlines earlier this month announced service suspension operated by ‘Ohana, effective from 01NOV20. The suspension means the airline will no longer operate following routes with ATR42 aircraft.

Honolulu – Hoolehua (Molokai) 21 weekly
Honolulu – Lanai 27 weekly

Prior to this month’s schedule update, Hawaiian Airlines already removed Honolulu – Kapalua service, with last flight operated in late-March 2020.

22.10.2020 United Airlines in December 2020 plans to expand domestic routes at Washington Dulles, as the airline opens 6 new routes, including service resumptions.

Washington Dulles – Akron/Canton eff 01DEC20 3 daily CRJ200 (Air Wisconsin; Service resumption since October 2001, originally scheduled to resume on 01NOV20)
Washington Dulles – Allentown eff 17DEC20 2 daily CRJ200 (Service resumption since Feb 2013)
Washington Dulles – Erie eff 17DEC20 2 daily CRJ200 (Air Wisconsin)
Washington Dulles – Johnstown eff 03DEC20 5 weekly CRJ200 (Skywest; Service resumption since September 2014)
Washington Dulles – Madison eff 01DEC20 2 daily ERJ145 (Commutair)/ CRJ700 (Mesa Airlines)
Washington Dulles – Pensacola eff 17DEC20 1 daily CRJ200 (Air Wisconsin; Service resumption since April 2013)

22.10.2020 United Airlines from late-December 2020 plans to add various routes and frequencies to Central America, Mexico and The Caribbean. Majority of these additions opened for reservation since Friday 16OCT20, while some routes opened yesterday (21OCT20). Planned operation as follows.

Cleveland – Cancun eff 19DEC20 Service resumption since August 2019, 1 weekly 737-800
Denver – Belize City eff 19DEC20 1 weekly 737-800
Denver – San Jose (Costa Rica) eff 19DEC20 Service resumption since April 2016, 1 weekly 737-800
Los Angeles – Liberia eff 08JAN21 3 weekly 737-900ER
Los Angeles – San Jose (Costa Rica) eff 19DEC20 1 daily 737-800 (737-900ER from 05JAN21)
Los Angeles – San Pedro Sula eff 17DEC20 3 weekly 737-800
San Francisco – Liberia eff 09JAN21 1 weekly 737-900ER
Washington Dulles – Santo Domingo eff 17DEC20 1 daily 737-800

Planned service increase (based on frequency listing 03OCT20 vs 17OCT20). Certain service increase is only in effect during Christmas/New Year period:
Chicago O’Hare – Cancun eff 20DEC20 Increase from 20 to 21 weekly
Chicago O’Hare – Cozumel eff 20DEC20 Increase from 1 to 2 weekly
Denver – Los Cabos eff 19DEC20 Increase from 8 to 10 weekly
Denver – Puerto Vallarta eff 20DEC20 Increase from 8 to 11 weekly
Houston – Puerto Vallarta eff 19DEC20 Increase from 15 to 21 weekly
Houston – St. Thomas eff 20DEC20 Increase from 1 to 2 weekly
Los Angeles – Cancun eff 19DEC20 Increase from 15 to 21 weekly
Los Angeles – Guatemala City eff 20DEC20 Increase from 7 to 10 weekly
Los Angeles – Los Cabos eff 19DEC20 Increase from 7 to 11 weekly
Los Angeles – Puerto Vallarta eff 19DEC20 Increase from 8 to 10 weekly
Los Angeles – San Salvador eff 20DEC20 Increase from 7 to 11 weekly
Newark – St. Kitts eff 20DEC20 Increase from 1 to 2 weekly
Washington Dulles – San Salvador eff 17DEC20 Increase from 7 to 14 weekly

Due to aircraft redeployment, selected markets will see frequency reduction, based on comparison between 03OCT20 vs 17OCT20, such as San Francisco – Puerto Vallarta, which sees reduced frequency from 16 to 8 weekly during the week of 20DEC20.

Published on 21.10.2020
Delta resumes Seattle – London Heathrow service from April 2021
United expands Washington Dulles domestic network in Dec 2020
Silver Airways adds Columbia SC service from Dec 2020

20.10.2020 Delta Air Lines in recent schedule update filed expanded Airbus A330-300 service to Cancun for Northern winter season. As of 18OCT20, the A330-300 is scheduled to operate Detroit – Cancun route once a day, from 07DEC20 to 10JAN21. During peak season (Christmas/New Year), the airline operates 3 daily flights.

DL578 DTW1005 – 1400CUN 333 D
DL1911 CUN1520 – 1910DTW 333 D

Separately, A330-300 service from New York JFK and Salt Lake City has been extended to 27MAR21, instead of 18DEC20:
Atlanta – Cancun eff 08NOV20 A330-300 operates 1 daily
New York JFK – Cancun eff 06NOV20 A330-300 operates 1 daily (previously listed until 18DEC20)
Salt Lake City – Cancun eff 08NOV20 A330-300 operates 1 daily (previously listed until 18DEC20)

20.10.2020 JetBlue last week announced the expansion of seasonal market offering, with the addition of Montrose service. Operating on selected weekends, planned operation during winter 2020/21 season as follows.

Boston – Montrose eff 19DEC20 2 weekly A320 (1 weekly from 03JAN21, 2 weekly for week of 17FEB21 and 10MAR21 – 20MAR21)
Los Angeles – Montrose 19DEC20 – 20FEB21 1 weekly A320 (No operation 03JAN21 – 12FEB21)
New York JFK – Montrose 19DEC20 – 20FEB21 1 weekly A320 (No operation 03JAN21 – 12FEB21)

Published on 16.10.2020
United Airlines announces new routes and increases of several destinations in Mexico, Caribbean and Central America
Silver Airways reschedules Charleston SC launch to late-Nov 2020

Published on 19.10.2020
United adds Washington – Accra service from May 2021

15.10.2020 Southwest Airlines earlier this month outlined planned operation for Miami and Palm Springs, when the airline commences service from mid-November 2020.

Separately the airline will also expand ski resort flights, with flights to Montrose being added from late-December 2020.

Miami – Baltimore/Washington eff 15NOV20 4 daily 737-700
Miami – Chicago Midway eff 15NOV20 1 daily 737-700
Miami – Houston Hobby eff 15NOV20 4 daily 737-700
Miami – Tampa eff 15NOV20 3 daily 737-700
Montrose – Dallas Love Field eff 19DEC20 2 weekly 737-700
Montrose – Denver eff 19DEC20 3 daily 737-700
Palm Springs – Denver eff 15NOV20 1 daily 737-700
Palm Springs – Oakland eff 15NOV20 2 daily 737-700
Palm Springs – Phoenix eff 15NOV20 3 daily 737-700

United Airlines starting next week is resuming San Francisco – Shanghai Pu Dong service, replacing current 1-stop flight via Seoul Incheon. From 21OCT20, Boeing 777-300ER operates this route 4 times weekly. Following schedule is effective for the month of November 2020.

UA857 SFO1050 – 1630+1PVG 77W x124
UA858 PVG1330 – 0830SFO 77W x346

Schedule for travel on/after 01DEC20 is pending.

Published on 12.10.2020
United resumes nonstop San Francisco – Shanghai routing from late-Oct 2020

Published on 10.10.2020
Hawaiian Airlines temporarily suspends flights between Molokai and Lanai islands from 1 November amid COVID-19 pandemic

09.10.2020 Southwest Airlines in winter 2020/21 season plans to add various routes to its network, including service resumptions. Planned network additions as of 06OCT20 as follows.

Atlanta – Little Rock eff 05NOV20 4 weekly 737-700/-800 (1 daily from 05JAN21)
Atlanta – Louisville eff 04NOV20 Service resumption since June 2014, 10 weekly 737-700/-800 (19 weekly from 05JAN21)
Atlanta – Oklahoma City eff 23NOV20 Service resumption since November 2016, 4-5 weekly 737-800 (18 weekly from 05JAN21)
Atlanta – Omaha eff 05NOV20 4 weekly 737-700/-800 (19 weekly from 05JAN21)
Atlanta – Panama City NW Florida Beaches eff 11MAR21 1 daily 737-700
Denver – Little Rock eff 04NOV20 4-7 weekly 737-800/-800
Fort Myers – Orlando eff 05NOV20 Service resumption since November 2012, 4 weekly (gradual increase to 7 weekly by 05JAN21)
Houston Hobby – Cincinnati eff 05NOV20 4 weekly 737-800 (1 daily from 05JAN21)
Houston Hobby – Detroit eff 11MAR21 1 daily 737-700 (also scheduled on selected dates between 23NOV20 and 03JAN21)
Houston Hobby – Fort Myers eff 17DEC20 Service resumption since August 2015, 1 daily 737-800
Houston Hobby – Greenville eff 05NOV20 Service resumption since April 2016, 4 weekly 737-700 (1 daily from 05JAN21)
Houston Hobby – Minneapolis/St. Paul eff 11MAR21 1 daily 737-700
Houston Hobby – Ontario eff 05NOV20 4 weekly 737-700 (gradual increase to 7 weekly by 05JAN21)
Long Beach – Austin eff 04NOV20 1 daily 737-700/-800
Nashville – Hartford eff 11MAR21 Service resumption since November 2011, 1 daily 737-700
Nashville – Orange County eff 05NOV20 4 weekly (gradual increase to daily by 05JAN21)
Phoenix – Charlotte eff 11FEB21 1 daily 737-700 (also scheduled on selected dates between 23NOV20 and 03JAN21)
Salt Lake City – Orange County eff 11MAR21 1 daily 737-700
Salt Lake City – Orlando eff 13FEB21 1 weekly 737-700
San Diego – Honolulu eff 04NOV20 1 daily 737-800

Previously reported new routes:
Dallas Love Field – Steamboat Springs eff 19DEC20 2 weekly 737-700
Denver – Charlotte eff 04NOV20 1 daily 737-700
Denver – Steamboat Springs eff 19DEC20 3 daily 737-700
Nashville – San Juan eff 13MAR21 1 weekly 737-800
San Diego – Norfolk eff 05JAN21 Service resumption since August 2019, 6 weekly 737-700
Washington Reagan – West Palm Beach eff 05JAN21 1 daily 737-700

Published on 08.10.2020
American Airlines restarts flights to Bermuda

Published on 07.10.2020
United schedules Johnstown / Victoria Texas service in 4Q20
Southwest Airlines W20 Network additions as of 06OCT20

07.10.2020 American Airlines during the weekend of 04OCT20’s schedule update filed revised operation to Canada, for the month of November 2020. From 04NOV20 to 30NOV20, planned operation includes the following.

Charlotte – Toronto 2 daily CRJ900
Chicago O’Hare – Toronto 1 daily CRJ700
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Calgary 1 daily E175
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Toronto 1 daily A319
Philadelphia – Montreal 10 weekly CRJ700
Philadelphia – Toronto 16 weekly ERJ145/CRJ700
Phoenix – Calgary 1 daily CRJ900

06.10.2020 Delta Air Lines during the weekend of 04OCT20’s schedule update filed additional changes to its long-haul service for Northern winter 2020/21 season. Latest adjustment as of 04OCT20 includes the following.

Atlanta – Frankfurt Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A330-300 operating (Previous plan: 4 weekly)
Atlanta – Seoul Incheon 24OCT20 – 04JAN21 Reduce from 7 to 6 weekly, A350-900XWB operating (Previous plan: 5 weekly)
Detroit – Paris CDG 02NOV20 – 17DEC20 A350-900XWB replaces A330-300, 1 daily
Los Angeles – Sydney 25OCT20 – 21DEC20 Reduce from 7 to 6 weekly, A350-900XWB operating (Previous plan: 5 weekly)
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Amsterdam eff 25OCT20 Service resumption, 4 weekly 767-300ER (1 daily from 19DEC20; Previous plan: 4 weekly A330-300 for entire NW20)
New York JFK – Amsterdam Reduce from 18 to 7 weekly, A330-300 operating (A330-900neo operates from 05DEC20 instead of 01DEC20)
New York JFK – Brussels Service remains cancelled in NW20 (Previous plan: reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, 767-400ER operating
New York JFK – Rome Reduce from 5 to 4 weekly, A330-300 operating (Previous plan: 3 weekly)
New York JFK – Zurich Service remains cancelled in NW20 (Previous plan: A330-300 replaces 767-400ER, reduce from 7 to 3 weekly)

Previously reported changes:
Atlanta – Amsterdam 2 daily A330-300
Atlanta – Bogota eff 01NOV20 Service operates 7 weekly for entire NW20, 767-300ER operating (Previous plan: reduce to 4 weekly in Nov)
Atlanta – Brussels Service remains cancelled in NW20
Atlanta – Buenos Aires Ezeiza eff 18DEC20 Service resumption, 767-400ER replaces -300ER, 1 daily
Atlanta – Cartagena Seasonal service cancelled in NW20
Atlanta – Dusseldorf Service remains cancelled in NW20
Atlanta – Johannesburg – Cape Town – Atlanta eff 13DEC20 Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A350-900XWB operating. Cape Town is a service resumption. Service to South Africa originally scheduled to resume from 24OCT20
Atlanta – Lagos 4 weekly A330-200 (1 daily 14DEC20 – 08JAN21)
Atlanta – Lima 24OCT20 – 01DEC20 Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly, 767-300ER operating
Atlanta – London Heathrow Reduce from 2 to 1 daily, A330-300 replaces 767-400ER
Atlanta – Munich Service remains cancelled in NW20
Atlanta – Paris CDG 1 daily A330-300
Atlanta – Quito eff 18DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 767-300ER replaces 757
Atlanta – Rio de Janeiro Galeao eff 19DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 767-300ER
Atlanta – Rome Service remains cancelled in NW20
Atlanta – Santiago de Chile 24OCT20 – 30NOV20 Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, 767-400ER operating
Atlanta – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 24OCT20 – 28NOV20 Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A330-300 operating
Atlanta – Shanghai Pu Dong Service remains cancelled in NW20
Atlanta – Tokyo Haneda 24OCT20 – 01JAN21 Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly. A350-900XWB operating
Boston – Amsterdam 1 daily A330-300
Boston – Dublin eff 12MAR21 Service resumption, reduce from 7 weekly 757 to 5 weekly 767-300ER
Boston – London Heathrow Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly, 767-400ER operating
Boston – Paris CDG Service remains cancelled in NW20
Cincinnati – Paris CDG Service remains cancelled in NW20
Detroit – Amsterdam Reduce from 2 to 1 daily, A350-900XWB operating
Detroit – Beijing Daxing Service remains cancelled in NW20
Detroit – Frankfurt Service remains cancelled in NW20
Detroit – London Heathrow Service remains cancelled in NW20
Detroit – Nagoya Service remains cancelled in NW20
Detroit – Seoul Incheon 1 daily A350-900XWB
Detroit – Seoul Incheon – Shanghai Pu Dong 2 weekly A350-900XWB service tentatively scheduled until 30NOV20
Detroit – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 01DEC20 1 daily A350-900XWB
Detroit – Tokyo Haneda 24OCT20 – 31DEC20 Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A350-900XWB operating
Honolulu – Nagoya Service remains cancelled in NW20
Honolulu – Osaka Kansai Service remains cancelled in NW20
Honolulu – Tokyo Haneda eff 19DEC20 Service resumption, replacing Tokyo Narita. Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly, 767-300ER operating
Indianapolis – Paris CDG Service remains cancelled in NW20
Los Angeles – Paris CDG Service remains cancelled in NW20
Los Angeles – Shanghai Pu Dong Service remains cancelled in NW20
Los Angeles – Tokyo Haneda eff 19DEC20 Service resumption, reduce from 7 to 3 weekly (reduction until 31DEC20), A350-900XWB operating
Minneapolis/St. Paul – London Heathrow Service remains cancelled in NW20
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Paris CDG Service remains cancelled in NW20
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Seoul Incheon Service remains cancelled in NW20
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Tokyo Haneda Service remains cancelled in NW20
New York JFK – Accra 767-300ER service increases from 4 to 7 weekly from 29SEP20
New York JFK – Athens Service resumes on 02MAR21, 5 weekly A330-300 in March 2021
New York JFK – Barcelona Service remains cancelled in NW20
New York JFK – Bogota eff 17DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 767-300ER replaces 757
New York JFK – Dakar Increase from 2 to 4 weekly, 767-300ER operating (5th weekly scheduled 20DEC20 – 10JAN21)
New York JFK – Dublin Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A330-300 operating
New York JFK – Edinburgh Service remains cancelled in NW20
New York JFK – Frankfurt Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A330-300 operating
New York JFK – Lagos eff 10DEC20 4 weekly A330-200 (6 weekly 21DEC20 – 06JAN21)
New York JFK – Lisbon eff 02MAR21 Service resumption, 5 weekly 767-300ER, replacing 757
New York JFK – London Heathrow Reduce from 3 to 1 daily, 767-400ER operating
New York JFK – Madrid A330-300 replaces 767-300ER, reduce from 5 to 3 weekly
New York JFK – Milan Malpensa Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A330-300 operating
New York JFK – Mumbai Planned service resumption from 10DEC20 cancelled
New York JFK – Paris CDG Reduce from 2 to 1 daily, A330-300 operating
New York JFK – Sao Paulo Guarulhos eff 18DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 767-400ER (Previous plan: reduce from 7 to 3 weekly 25OCT20 – 28NOV20)
New York JFK – Tel Aviv
eff 12DEC20 2nd daily service resumes with A330-300
eff 15JAN21 DL234/235 A330-900neo replaces -300

Orlando – Amsterdam Service remains cancelled in NW20
Portland OR – Amsterdam Service remains cancelled in NW20
Portland OR – Tokyo Haneda Service remains cancelled in NW20
Raleigh/Durham – Paris CDG Service remains cancelled in NW20
Salt Lake City – Amsterdam Service remains cancelled in NW20
Salt Lake City – London Heathrow Service remains cancelled in NW20
Salt Lake City – Paris CDG Service remains cancelled in NW20
Seattle – Amsterdam A330-900neo replaces -300, 1 daily
Seattle – Beijing Daxing Service remains cancelled in NW20
Seattle – Paris CDG Reduce from 7 weekly (5 weekly 04JAN21 – 26MAR21) to 3 weekly, A330-300 operating
Seattle – Seoul Incheon – Shanghai Pu Dong 2 weekly A330-900neo service tentatively scheduled until 30NOV20
Seattle – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 01DEC20 1 daily A330-900neo
Seattle – Seoul Incheon 24OCT20 – 01JAN21 Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly, A330-900neo operating
Seattle – Tokyo Haneda 24OCT20 – 01JAN21 Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly, A330-900neo operating
Seoul Incheon – Manila eff 26OCT20 Planned new route unchanged, service operates 4 weekly instead of 7 until 01JAN21. A330-900neo operating

03.10.2020 United Airlines during the weekend of 02OCT20’s schedule update filed planned operation for most of Northern winter 2020/21 season. Note, majority of the schedule update focuses on operation for November 2020, however certain routes already see overall reductions for entire season.

Planned operational changes as follows. Note service for Guam and Micronesia Island Hopper listed below is only in effect for November 2020 only, while selected service are tentatively to resume, or see aircraft changes from 01DEC20 or 05JAN21. These will see further changes in the next weeks.
Chicago O’Hare – Amsterdam 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily 767 tentatively scheduled from 01DEC20)
Chicago O’Hare – Beijing Capital 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 26MAR21)
Chicago O’Hare – Brussels 3 weekly 787-9 (-10 from 03DEC20)
Chicago O’Hare – Delhi eff 10DEC20 1 daily 787-9, new route
UA712 ORD1825 – 2010+1DEL 789 D
UA713 DEL0155 – 0615ORD 789 D

Chicago O’Hare – Frankfurt 1 daily 787-9 (777-200ER from 01DEC20)
Chicago O’Hare – Hong Kong eff 06DEC20 Service resumption since 2019, 1 weekly 777-300ER
Chicago O’Hare – London Heathrow 1 daily 787-9 (2 daily 767-300ER from 01DEC20)
Chicago O’Hare – Munich eff 05MAR21 Service resumption, 3 weekly 787-9
Chicago O’Hare – Paris CDG 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Chicago O’Hare – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Chicago O’Hare – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 05JAN21 Service resumption, 1 daily 787-9
Chicago O’Hare – Tel Aviv 3 weekly 787-9
Chicago O’Hare – Zurich 1 daily cancelled (Planned new service tentatively to commence on 27MAR21)
Denver – Frankfurt eff 02NOV20 Service resumption, 3 weekly (Tentatively scheduled 1 daily from 01DEC20)
Denver – London Heathrow eff 01DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 787-9
Denver – Tokyo Narita eff 17DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 787-9
Guam – Chuuk – Pohnpei – Kosrae – Kwajalein – Majuro – Honolulu 737-700 operates on 13-14NOV20, 27-28NOV20
Guam – Honolulu 1 daily 777-200
Guam – Koror 737-700 operates on 01NOV20, 22NOV20
Guam – Manila 3 weekly 737-800
Guam – Pohnpei – Chuuk – Guam 737-700 operates on: 07-08NOV20, 21-22NOV20
Guam – Saipan 3 weekly 737-700/-800 (-800 operates from 01OCT20)
Guam – Tokyo Narita 7 weekly 737-700
Guam – Yap 737-700 operates on 22-23NOV20
Honolulu – Tokyo Narita eff 17DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 777-200ER
Houston – Amsterdam eff 05JAN21 Service resumption, 1 daily 777-200ER
Houston – Buenos Aires Ezeiza 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily 777-200ER tentatively scheduled from 01DEC20)
Houston – Frankfurt eff 25OCT20 Service resumption, 3 weekly 787-9 (5 weekly from 01NOV20, 777-200ER from 02DEC20)
Houston – Lima 3 weekly 767-300ER (1 daily tentatively scheduled from 01DEC20)
Houston – London Heathrow eff 01DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 777-200ER
Houston – Munich 5 weekly cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Houston – Rio de Janeiro Galeao eff 01NOV20 Service resumption, 3 weekly 767-300ER (1 daily tentatively scheduled from 01DEC20)
Houston – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 1 daily 787-9 (767-300ER tentatively scheduled from 01DEC20)
Houston – Sydney 1 daily service cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 28MAR21)
Houston – Tokyo Narita eff 05JAN21 Service resumption, 1 daily 777-200ER
Los Angeles – London Heathrow 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Los Angeles – Melbourne 3 weekly cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 28MAR21)
Los Angeles – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 05JAN21 Service resumption, 1 daily 787-9
Los Angeles – Sydney 3 weekly 787-9
Los Angeles – Tokyo Haneda eff 05JAN21 1 daily 787-10, previously planned new route
Los Angeles – Tokyo Narita eff 05JAN21 Service resumption, 1 daily 787-9
Newark – Amsterdam 1 daily 787-10 (767-400ER tentatively scheduled from 01DEC20)
Newark – Barcelona 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Newark – Beijing Capital eff 05JAN21 Service resumption, 1 daily 777-200ER
Newark – Berlin Tegel 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21. UA as of 02OCT20 continues to list Berlin Tegel instead of Berlin Brandenburg)
Newark – Brussels 3 weekly 787-10 (4 weekly 14DEC20 – 11JAN21, 1 daily from 01MAR21)
Newark – Cape Town eff 11DEC20 3 weekly 787-9 (Seasonal service unchanged)
Newark – Delhi 1 daily 777-300ER
Newark – Dublin 4 weekly 787-9 (1 daily 787-10 tentatively scheduled from 01DEC20)
Newark – Edinburgh 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Newark – Frankfurt 1 daily 787-10
Newark – Geneva 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Newark – Hong Kong 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 26MAR21)
Newark – Lima 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 28MAR21)
Newark – Lisbon 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Newark – London Heathrow 1 daily 787-10 (3 daily 767-300ER tentatively scheduled from 01DEC20)
Newark – Madrid 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Newark – Manchester 1 daily cancelled (Service will not be resumed in 2021)
Newark – Milan Malpensa eff 01DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 767-400ER
Newark – Mumbai 1 daily 777-300ER
Newark – Munich 3 weekly 787-9 (767-400ER tentatively scheduled from 01DEC20, 5 weekly from 01MAR21)
Newark – Paris CDG 1 daily 787-10
Newark – Rome eff 01DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 767-300ER
Newark – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily 777-300ER tentatively scheduled from 01DEC20)
Newark – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 01DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 777-300ER
Newark – Tel Aviv 2 daily 787-10
Newark – Tokyo Haneda eff 05JAN21 Planned new service, 1 daily 777-200ER
Newark – Tokyo Narita 6 weekly 787-9 (1 daily 777-300ER tentatively scheduled from 01JAN21)
San Francisco – Auckland 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 28MAR21)
San Francisco – Beijing Capital eff 01DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 777-200ER
San Francisco – Chengdu eff 02DEC20 Service resumption, 3 weekly 787-8
San Francisco – Delhi 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily from 01DEC20)
San Francisco – Dublin 4 weekly cancelled (Planned new service tentatively to commence on 27MAR21)
San Francisco – Frankfurt 1 daily 787-9 (777-300ER from 01DEC20)
San Francisco – Hong Kong eff 01DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 777-200ER
San Francisco – London Heathrow 1 daily 787-8 (777-200ER from 01DEC20)
San Francisco – Melbourne 3 weekly cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 28MAR21)
San Francisco – Munich 3 weekly 787-8 (-9 from 02DEC20)
San Francisco – Osaka Kansai 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
San Francisco – Papeete 3 weekly 787-9
San Francisco – Paris CDG 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
San Francisco – Seoul Incheon 5 weekly 787-9 (1 daily from 01DEC20)
San Francisco – Seoul Incheon – Shanghai Pu Dong 4 weekly 777-300ER tentatively scheduled until 30NOV20
San Francisco – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 01DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 787-9
San Francisco – Singapore eff 01DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 787-9
San Francisco – Sydney 1 daily 787-9 (Replacing 777-300ER in NW19)
San Francisco – Taipei Taoyuan eff 01NOV20 Service resumption, 3 weekly 777-300ER (1 daily from 01DEC20)
San Francisco – Tel Aviv 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily from 01DEC20)
San Francisco – Tokyo Haneda eff 05JAN21 Service resumption, 1 daily 787-9
San Francisco – Tokyo Narita 1 daily 787-9 (777-300ER tentatively scheduled from 01DEC20)
San Francisco – Zurich 1 daily cancelled (Schedule has been removed for all dates into 2021)
Washington Dulles – Amsterdam 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Washington Dulles – Beijing Capital 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Washington Dulles – Brussels 1 daily 787-10 (777-200ER from 01DEC20)
Washington Dulles – Dublin 5 weekly cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Washington Dulles – Frankfurt 1 daily 787-10 (777-200ER from 01DEC20)
Washington Dulles – Geneva 4 weekly cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Washington Dulles – London Heathrow 1 daily 787-8 (777-200ER from 01DEC20)
Washington Dulles – Munich 1 daily 787-8 (777-200ER from 01DEC20)
Washington Dulles – Paris CDG 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Washington Dulles – Sao Paulo 1 daily cancelled (Tentatively to resume on 27MAR21)
Washington Dulles – Tel Aviv eff 25OCT20 Service resumption, 3 weekly 787-8 (replacing 777-200ER)
Washington Dulles – Tokyo Haneda 1 daily cancelled (Planned new service tentatively to commence on 27MAR21)
Washington Dulles – Zurich 6 weekly 787-8 (1 daily 767-300ER from 01DEC20)

Published on 01.10.2020
Delta resumes Los Angeles – Fort Lauderdale service from late-Nov 2020

Published on 30.09.2020
JetBlue Service At Worcester Airport Indefinitely Halted

Published on 29.09.2020
Delta adds A330 Cancun service from Nov 2020
JetBlue Airways suspends flights to Baltimore, some California airports until at least April 2021

Published on 28.09.2020
Delta 4Q20 Canada operations as of 26SEP20
Alaska Airlines extends Barrow service modification to Nov 2020
United extends Canada service reduction to Feb 2021
American Airlines NW20 Intercontinental operations as of 27SEP20

Published on 25.09.2020
Delta resumes New York – Los Cabos service from Dec 2020
Hawaiian Airlines extends Australia / New Zealand suspension to March 2021

Published on 09.09.2020
American adds Charlotte – Appleton service from Nov 2020
American expands Daytona Beach service from Dec 2020

04.09.2020 Frontier Airlines during the month of September 2020 schedules following International routes, including service to Puerto Rico. Additional changes remain possible.

Atlanta – San Juan 2 weekly A320
Chicago O’Hare – Cancun 4 weekly A320
Denver – Cancun 1 weekly A320
Miami – San Juan eff 10SEP20 2 weekly A320
Newark – San Juan 2 weekly A320 (4 weekly from 12SEP20)
Orlando – San Juan 8 weekly A320
Philadelphia – San Juan 7 weekly A320
Raleigh/Durham – San Juan 2 weekly A320
St. Louis – Cancun 3 weekly A320

Published on 28.08.2020
Delta increases Shanghai service in September 2020
Alaska Airlines adds seasonal routes to Jackson Hole in W20

Published on 27.08.2020
Alaska Airlines adds Portland OR – Cancun service from late-Nov 2020
American Airlines adds Seattle – Shanghai service from late-March 2021

26.08.2020 Delta during the weekend of 23AUG20 filed changes to its planned Long-Haul operation for Northern winter 2020/21 season, effective from 24/25OCT20 to 27MAR21.

Notable adjustment in latest update includes the following:

Introduction of A330-900neo service at New York JFK from 01DEC20
Last Boeing 777 revenue service accelerated from late-December to late-October (777-200LR from Sydney to Los Angeles on 24OCT20. 777-200ER currently displays one-way from Los Angeles to Tokyo Haneda on 23OCT20)
All Long-Haul service from Minneapolis/St. Paul and Portland OR cancelled in winter season
Latest adjustment as of 23AUG20 as follows. Frequency and aircraft changes is based on comparison to OAG schedules appeared on 05JUL20. Additional changes will be filed pending on further development.

Atlanta – Amsterdam 2 daily A330-300
Atlanta – Bogota 24OCT20 – 01DEC20 Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, 767-300ER operating
Atlanta – Brussels Service remains cancelled in NW20
Atlanta – Buenos Aires Ezeiza 24OCT20 – 28NOV20 Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly, 767-300ER operating
Atlanta – Cartagena eff 19DEC20 Seasonal service resumes, 1 daily 737-800 (1 weekly from 09JAN21)
Atlanta – Dusseldorf Service remains cancelled in NW20
Atlanta – Frankfurt Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly, A330-300 operating
Atlanta – Johannesburg – Cape Town – Atlanta eff 13DEC20 Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A350-900XWB operating. Cape Town is a service resumption. Service to South Africa originally scheduled to resume from 24OCT20
Atlanta – Lagos 4 weekly A330-200 (Peak season increase to daily 14DEC20 – 08JAN21)
Atlanta – Lima 24OCT20 – 01DEC20 Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, 767-300ER operating
Atlanta – London Heathrow Reduce from 2 to 1 daily, A330-300 replaces 767-400ER
Atlanta – Munich Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A330-300 replaces 767-400ER
Atlanta – Paris CDG 1 daily A330-300
Atlanta – Quito
eff 25OCT20 767-300ER replaces 757
25OCT20 – 30NOV20 Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly

Atlanta – Rio de Janeiro Galeao eff 19DEC20 Service resumption, 1 daily 767-300ER
Atlanta – Rome Service remains cancelled in NW20
Atlanta – Santiago de Chile 24OCT20 – 30NOV20 Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, 767-400ER operating
Atlanta – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 24OCT20 – 28NOV20 Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A330-300 operating
Atlanta – Seoul Incheon 24OCT20 – 04JAN21 Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A350-900XWB operating
Atlanta – Shanghai Pu Dong Service remains cancelled in NW20
Atlanta – Tokyo Haneda 24OCT20 – 01JAN21 Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly. A350-900XWB operating
Boston – Amsterdam 1 daily A330-300
Boston – Dublin Service during winter season cancelled until 13MAR21. Service resumes on 14MAR21 with 5 weekly 767-300ER, instead of 1 daily 757
Boston – London Heathrow Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, 767-400ER operating
Boston – Paris CDG Reduce from 5 to 4 weekly, 767-400ER replaces A330-300
Cincinnati – Paris CDG Service remains cancelled in NW20
Detroit – Amsterdam Reduce from 2 to 1 daily, A350-900XWB operating
Detroit – Beijing Daxing Service remains cancelled in NW20
Detroit – Frankfurt Service remains cancelled in NW20
Detroit – London Heathrow Service remains cancelled in NW20
Detroit – Nagoya Service remains cancelled in NW20
Detroit – Paris CDG 1 daily A330-300
Detroit – Seoul Incheon 1 daily A350-900XWB
Detroit – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 daily A350-900XWB
Detroit – Tokyo Haneda 24OCT20 – 31DEC20 Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A350-900XWB operating
Honolulu – Nagoya Service remains cancelled in NW20
Honolulu – Osaka Kansai Service remains cancelled in NW20
Honolulu – Tokyo Haneda Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly, 767-300ER operating (Service operates from 19DEC20)
Indianapolis – Paris CDG Service remains cancelled in NW20
Los Angeles – Paris CDG Service remains cancelled in NW20
Los Angeles – Shanghai Pu Dong Service remains cancelled in NW20
Los Angeles – Sydney 24OCT20 – 21DEC20 Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A350-900XWB operating
Los Angeles – Tokyo Haneda 24OCT20 – 31DEC20 Reduce from 7 to 3 weekly, A350-900XWB operating
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Amsterdam Service remains cancelled in NW20
Minneapolis/St. Paul – London Heathrow Service remains cancelled in NW20
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Paris CDG Service remains cancelled in NW20
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Seoul Incheon Service remains cancelled in NW20
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Tokyo Haneda Service remains cancelled in NW20
New York JFK – Accra 4 weekly 767-300ER (Peak season increase to daily 12DEC20 – 11JAN21)
New York JFK – Amsterdam Reduce from 18 to 7 weekly, A330-300 operating (A330-900neo operates from 01DEC20)
New York JFK – Athens Service resumes on 02MAR21, 5 weekly A330-300 in March 2021
New York JFK – Barcelona 5 weekly A330-300
New York JFK – Bogota 767-300ER replaces 757, 1 daily
New York JFK – Brussels Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, 767-400ER operating
New York JFK – Dakar Increase from 2 to 3 weekly, 767-300ER operating
New York JFK – Dublin Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A330-300 operating
New York JFK – Edinburgh Service remains cancelled in NW20
New York JFK – Frankfurt Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A330-300 operating
New York JFK – Lisbon Service resumes on 02MAR21, 2 weekly 767-300ER, 5 weekly from 14MAR21. (767 replaces 757)
New York JFK – London Heathrow Reduce from 3 to 1 daily, 767-400ER operating
New York JFK – Madrid A330-300 replaces 767-300ER, 5 weekly
New York JFK – Milan Malpensa Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly, A330-300 operating
New York JFK – Mumbai Planned service resumption from 10DEC20 cancelled
New York JFK – Paris CDG Reduce from 2 to 1 daily, A330-300 operating
New York JFK – Rome 5 weekly A330-300
New York JFK – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 25OCT20 – 28NOV20 Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly, 767-400ER operating
New York JFK – Tel Aviv eff 15JAN21 1 of 2 daily operated by A330-900neo, replacing A330-300
New York JFK – Zurich A330-300 replaces 767-400ER, reduce from 7 to 5 weekly
Orlando – Amsterdam Service remains cancelled in NW20
Portland OR – Amsterdam Service remains cancelled in NW20
Portland OR – Tokyo Haneda Service remains cancelled in NW20
Raleigh/Durham – Paris CDG Service remains cancelled in NW20
Salt Lake City – Amsterdam Service remains cancelled in NW20
Salt Lake City – London Heathrow Service remains cancelled in NW20
Salt Lake City – Paris CDG Service remains cancelled in NW20
Seattle – Amsterdam A330-900neo replaces -300, 1 daily
Seattle – Beijing Daxing Service remains cancelled in NW20
Seattle – Paris CDG Reduce from 7 weekly (5 weekly 04JAN21 – 26MAR21) to 4 weekly, A330-300 operating
Seattle – Seoul Incheon 24OCT20 – 01JAN21 Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly, A330-900neo operating
Seattle – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 daily A330-900neo
Seattle – Tokyo Haneda 24OCT20 – 01JAN21 Reduce from 7 to 4 weekly, A330-900neo operating
Seoul Incheon – Manila Planned new route from 25OCT20 unchanged, 1 daily A330-900neo

Published on 24.08.2020
Delta NW20 Long-Haul operation changes as of 23AUG20
Delta NS21 Long-Haul operation changes as of 23AUG20

Published on 21.08.2020
Southwest plans Nashville – San Juan service from March 2021

Published on 19.08.2020
United Sep 2020 Canada operation changes as of 14AUG20

Published on 18.08.2020
United to resume Asiana Seoul – Busan codeshare service in 4Q20

Published on 17.08.2020
Eastern Airlines plans New York – Los Cabos regular service from late-August 2020

Published on 13.08.2020
United Expands Florida Network Nov 2020 – Jan 2021
United adds 5 regional routes from Denver / Houston in Oct 2020
United adds new nonstop service to Florida

Published on 11.08.2020
American Airlines temporary suspends DFW-YVR service Sep 2020 – Jan 2021

10.08.2020 Delta Air Lines in recent weeks gradually filed changes to its International service during Northern winter 2020/21 season, as various flights and/or routes closed for reservation. The following is summary of changes for the period of 01NOV21 – 31MAR21, as of 1330GMT 08AUG20.

The frequency comparison is based on schedule listing as of 29MAR20 vs 02AUG20, while available flights for reservation is as of 08AUG20. Further adjustment will be filed in the next few weeks. The following list excludes service to The Caribbean, Central America and Canada.

Atlanta – Buenos Aires Ezeiza Reduce from 6 to 4 weekly until 28NOV20
Atlanta – Cartagena Service resumes on 19DEC20
Atlanta – Dusseldorf 5 weekly closed for reservation (Reservation also closed in summer 2021 season)
Atlanta – Johannesburg – Cape Town – Atlanta Reservation closed until 11DEC20 inclusive (ATL departure)
Atlanta – Lima Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly until 30NOV20
Atlanta – London Heathrow 1 of 2 daily open for reservation (DL032/031)
Atlanta – Paris CDG Reduce from 2 to 1 daily
Atlanta – Rio de Janeiro Galeao 1 daily cancelled
Atlanta – Santiago de Chile Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly until 26NOV20
Atlanta – Sao Paulo Guarulhos Reduce from 7 to 5 weekly until 28NOV20
Atlanta – Stuttgart 5 weekly closed for reservation
Boston – Dublin 1 daily closed for reservation until 29APR21
Cincinnati – Paris CDG 5 weekly closed for reservation
Detroit – Amsterdam Reduce from 3 to 2 daily; 1 of 2 daily open for reservation (DL134/135)
Detroit – Frankfurt 1 daily closed for reservation until 29APR21
Detroit – London Heathrow 1 daily closed for reservation
Indianapolis – Paris CDG 3-4 weekly cancelled (Reservation also closed in summer 2021 season)
Los Angeles – Paris CDG 3-6 weekly closed for reservation
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Amsterdam 2 daily closed for reservation
Minneapolis/St. Paul – London Heathrow 1 daily closed for reservation
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Paris CDG 1 daily closed for reservation
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Seoul Incheon 1 daily closed for reservation
New York JFK – Amsterdam Reduce from 18 to 11 weekly (from 14 to 7 weekly in Feb 2021, from 14 to 11 weekly in March 2021); 7 of 11 weekly open for reservation (DL046/049)
New York JFK – Bogota Service resumes on 17DEC20
New York JFK – Edinburgh 1 daily closed for reservation until 29APR21
New York JFK – Lagos 3 weekly closed for reservation until 28MAR21
New York JFK – London Heathrow 1 of 3 daily open for reservation (DL003/004)
New York JFK – Lisbon 4-5 weekly closed for reservation
New York JFK – Mumbai 1 daily service from 10DEC20 closed for reservation (including dates on/after 01APR21)
New York JFK – Paris CDG 1 of 2 daily open for reservation (DL262/263)
New York JFK – Tel Aviv 7 of 12 weekly open for reservation (DL234/235)
Orlando – Amsterdam 4 weekly cancelled (Reservation also closed in summer 2021 season)
Portland OR – Amsterdam 5-7 weekly closed for reservation
Raleigh/Durham – Paris CDG 5 weekly closed for reservation
Salt Lake City – Amsterdam 1 daily closed for reservation
Salt Lake City – London Heathrow 5-7 weekly closed for reservation (Reservation also closed in summer 2021 season)
Salt Lake City – Paris CDG 5 weekly cancelled (Reservation also closed in summer 2021 season)

Selected routes remain closed for reservation in Northern summer 2021 season, on/after 01APR21, although selected dates may see 1-2 seats available for reservation.

03.08.2020 United Airlines during the weekend of 31JUL20’s schedule update filed changes to its September 2020 schedule on International service. Latest adjustment to Intercontinental service (except Micronesia, Central America and Caribbean region) as follows.

As the airline only updated schedule until 30SEP20 inclusive, planned operation for October 2020 listed below remains pending.

Chicago O’Hare – Amsterdam eff 09SEP20 3 weekly 787-9
Chicago O’Hare – Beijing Capital 1 daily 787-8 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Chicago O’Hare – Brussels eff 03AUG20 4 weekly 787-9 (Planned 1 daily 787-10 delayed to 01OCT20)
Chicago O’Hare – Dublin 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Chicago O’Hare – Edinburgh 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Chicago O’Hare – Frankfurt eff 05AUG20 5 weekly 787-9 (1 daily from 08SEP20. Planned 2 daily 787-10/777-200ER delayed to 01OCT20)
Chicago O’Hare – Hong Kong eff 13SEP20 1 weekly 777-300ER
Chicago O’Hare – London Heathrow 1 daily 787-9 (3 daily 167-seater 767-300ER from 01OCT20)
Chicago O’Hare – Munich eff 01OCT20 1 daily 787-9 (replacing 777-200ER)
Chicago O’Hare – Paris CDG 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service resumes on 24OCT20 with 767-300ER)
Chicago O’Hare – Rome 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled
Chicago O’Hare – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service resumes on 24OCT20)
Chicago O’Hare – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 daily 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, instead of 08SEP20)
Chicago O’Hare – Tel Aviv eff 10SEP20 3 weekly 787-9
Chicago O’Hare – Zurich
 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled (Service to commence on 24OCT20)
Denver – Frankfurt eff 01OCT20 1 daily 787-9 (replacing -8)
Denver – London Heathrow 1 daily 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Denver – Tokyo Narita eff 01OCT20 1 daily 787-9 (replacing -8)
Honolulu – Tokyo Narita eff 01OCT20 1 daily 777-200ER
Houston – Amsterdam eff 10SEP20 3 weekly 787-9
Houston – Buenos Aires Ezeiza eff 01OCT20 1 daily 777-200ER
Houston – Frankfurt eff 08SEP20 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily 777-200ER from 01OCT20; Previously scheduled as 1 daily 777 from 08SEP20)
Houston – Lima eff 17AUG20 3 weekly 767-300ER (1 daily from 01OCT20; Previous plan: eff 03AUG20)
Houston – London Heathrow 2 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Houston – Munich eff 01OCT20 1 daily 767-300ER
Houston – Rio de Janeiro Galeao eff 01OCT20 1 daily 767-300ER
Houston – Sao Paulo Guarulhos eff 01OCT20 767-300ER replaces 787-9, 1 daily (787 continues to operate until 30SEP20)
Houston – Sydney 4 weekly 787-9 cancelled (Service resumes on 23OCT20 with 1 daily)
Houston – Tokyo Narita eff 01OCT20 1 daily 777-200ER
Los Angeles – London Heathrow 1 daily 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Los Angeles – Melbourne 4 weekly 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 23OCT20 with 1 daily)
Los Angeles – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 daily 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, instead of 08SEP20)
Los Angeles – Sydney eff 08SEP20 3 weekly 787-9
Los Angeles – Tokyo Haneda eff 01OCT20 New route, 1 daily 787-10
Los Angeles – Tokyo Narita 1 daily 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Newark – Amsterdam 1 daily 787-10 (787 scheduled to operate for entire summer until 23OCT20, instead of 767-400ER)
Newark – Athens Seasonal 1 daily 787-10 cancelled
Newark – Barcelona 1 daily 787-10 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, 767-300ER in W20)
Newark – Beijing Capital 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, instead of 03AUG20)
Newark – Berlin Tegel 1 daily 767-400ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, 767-300ER in W20)
Newark – Brussels eff 05AUG20 3 weekly 787-10 (1 daily from 30SEP20)
Newark – Delhi eff 03AUG20 777-300ER replaces 787-9, 1 daily (777-200ER from 01OCT20)
Newark – Dublin 4 weekly 787-10 (1 daily from 01OCT20)
Newark – Edinburgh 1 daily 757-200 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Newark – Frankfurt 1 daily 787-10 (2nd daily 767-300ER scheduled to begin 24OCT20)
Newark – Geneva 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Newark – Glasgow Seasonal 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Newark – Hong Kong eff 01OCT20 1 daily 777-200ER
Newark – Lima 1 daily 757-200 cancelled (Service to resume on 26OCT20, 4 weekly)
Newark – Lisbon 1 daily 787-10 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, 767-300ER in W20)
Newark – London Heathrow 1 daily 787-10 (Planned 6 daily 767-300ER from 01OCT20)
Newark – Madrid 1 daily 767-400ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Newark – Manchester 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled (Service will not be resumed from 24OCT20, including 2021)
Newark – Milan Malpensa 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, 767-300ER in W20)
Newark – Mumbai eff 08SEP20 1 daily 777-300ER (One-time flight also scheduled on 04AUG20 from EWR)
Newark – Munich eff 05AUG20 3 weekly 787-10 (1 daily 767-400ER from 01OCT20)
Newark – Naples Planned new 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled
Newark – Nice Planned new 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled
Newark – Palermo Planned new 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled
Newark – Paris CDG eff 03AUG20 Increase from 3 weekly to 1 daily, 787-10 operating
Newark – Porto Seasonal 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Newark – Prague Seasonal 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled
Newark – Reykjavik Keflavik Seasonal 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Newark – Rome 
1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, 767-300ER in W20)
Newark – Sao Paulo Guarulhos eff 05AUG20 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily 777-300ER from 01OCT20)
Newark – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 daily 777-300ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Newark – Shannon Seasonal 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Newark – Stockholm Arlanda Seasonal 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Newark – Tel Aviv eff 04AUG20 Increase from 7 to 10 weekly (3 weekly 777-300ER and 7 weekly 787-10. 10 weekly 787-10 for the period of 09SEP20 – 30SEP20)
Newark – Tokyo Haneda eff 01OCT20 New route, 1 daily 777-200ER
Newark – Tokyo Narita 1 daily 787-9 (777-300ER from 01OCT20)
Newark – Venice Seasonal 1 daily 767-400ER cancelled
San Francisco – Amsterdam Seasonal 1 daily 787-8 cancelled
San Francisco – Auckland eff 01OCT20 3 weekly 777-200ER
San Francisco – Beijing Capital eff 01OCT20 1 daily 777-200ER
San Francisco – Chengdu eff 01OCT20 3 weekly 787-8
San Francisco – Delhi 3 weekly 787-9
San Francisco – Dublin eff 01OCT20 New route, 1 daily 787-8
San Francisco – Frankfurt 1 daily 777-300ER (2 daily from 01OCT20)
San Francisco – Hong Kong eff 01OCT20 1 daily 777-200ER (2nd daily to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Hong Kong – Singapore 5 weekly 787-9 until 30SEP20
San Francisco – London Heathrow eff 04AUG20 5 weekly 787-9 (1 daily from 08SEP20, 777-200ER from 01OCT20; 2nd daily to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Melbourne 3 weekly 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Munich eff 09SEP20 3  weekly 787-9 (1 daily from 30SEP20)
San Francisco – Osaka Kansai 1 daily 787-8 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Papeete eff 04AUG20 3 weekly 787-9
San Francisco – Paris CDG 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Seoul Incheon 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily from 01OCT20)
San Francisco – Seoul Incheon – Shanghai Pu Dong 2 weekly 777-300ER until 05SEP20
San Francisco – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 01OCT20 1 daily 777-300ER (Shanghai schedule in September is pending. 2nd daily to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Singapore eff 01OCT20 1 daily 787-9 (2nd daily to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Sydney 1 daily 787-9
San Francisco – Taipei Taoyuan eff 01OCT20 1 daily 777-300ER
San Francisco – Tel Aviv 3 weekly 787-9
San Francisco – Tokyo Haneda eff 01OCT20 1 daily 787-9
San Francisco – Tokyo Narita eff 01OCT20 777-300ER replaces 787-9 (787-9 continues to operate until 30SEP20)
San Francisco – Zurich eff 01OCT20 1 daily 787-9 (replacing -8)
Washington Dulles – Amsterdam 1 daily 767-400ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, 767-300ER in W20)
Washington Dulles – Barcelona Seasonal 1 daily 767-400ER cancelled
Washington Dulles – Beijing Capital 1 daily 787-8 cancelled (Service resumes on 24OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Brussels 1 daily 787-10 (777-200ER from 01OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Dublin 1 daily 757-200 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Frankfurt eff 01OCT20 Service returns to 2 daily 777-200ER, instead of 1 daily 787-10
Washington Dulles – Geneva 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Lisbon Seasonal 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Washington Dulles – London Heathrow eff 03AUG20 787-8 replaces -9, 1 daily (777-200ER from 01OCT20. Service returns to 3 daily from 24-25OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Madrid
 Seasonal 1 daily 767-400ER cancelled
Washington Dulles – Munich eff 03AUG20 Increase from 3 weekly to 1 daily, 787-8 replaces 787-9 (777-200ER from 01OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Paris CDG 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Rome Seasonal 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled
Washington Dulles – Sao Paulo 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Tel Aviv 3 weekly 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 25OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Tokyo Haneda Planned new 1 daily 777-200ER service cancelled (Service to commence on 24OCT20, replacing Narita)
Washington Dulles – Zurich eff 03AUG20 787-8 replaces -9, 1 daily (787-8 from 03AUG20, 167-seater 767-300ER from 01OCT20)

Published on 08.08.2020
United to increase Hawaii flights starting in September

Published on 31.07.2020
United schedules Boeing 787 Honolulu service in 3Q20
United adds Cape Air St. Thomas – St. Croix codeshare service from July 2020
American Airlines Los Angeles domestic network adjustment from Oct 2020

Published on 28.07.2020
Manhattan airport to suspend flights to Chicago on Friday

Published on 21.07.2020
Alaska Airlines expands San Diego network in W20

Published on 19.07.2020
Hawaiian Airlines Further Extends Mainland Flight Suspensions

17.07.2020 NEW Alaska Airlines during the month of July 2020 continues to operate limited International network. Except 1 daily service to Canada (Seattle – Vancouver), the airline operates 10 routes to Mexico. Planned operation as of 12JUL20 as follows.

Los Angeles – Guadalajara 7 weekly 737-900ER
Los Angeles – Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo 1 weekly A320
Los Angeles – Loreto 2 weekly 737-900ER
Los Angeles – Los Cabos 7 weekly A320
Los Angeles – Manzanillo 1 weekly 737-900ER
Los Angeles – Mazatlan 1 weekly 737-900ER
Los Angeles – Puerto Vallarta 7 weekly A320
San Diego – Los Cabos 1 daily 737-900
San Francisco – Puerto Vallarta 1 weekly 737-900ER
San Jose CA – Los Cabos 1 daily 737-900ER

17.07.2020 JetBlue Airways this month gradually restores selected International routes and frequencies. Overall operation for the month of July 2020 as of 12JUL20 as follows. Certain routes may see frequency variations on selected weeks, while selected routes operated prior to 06JUL20 as limited-time service is excluded from following list.

Boston – Aruba 6 weekly A320/321/321neo
Boston – Montego Bay 1 weekly A320
Boston – San Juan 28 weekly A320/321
Boston – Santo Domingo 14 weekly A320
Fort Lauderdale – Cancun 12 weekly A320
Fort Lauderdale – Guayaquil 4 weekly A320
Fort Lauderdale – Kingston 13 weekly A320
Fort Lauderdale – Montego Bay 14 weekly A320
Fort Lauderdale – Nassau 7 weekly E190
Fort Lauderdale – Port-au-Prince 14 weekly A320/321
Fort Lauderdale – Punta Cana 3 weekly A320
Fort Lauderdale – Quito 3 weekly A320
Fort Lauderdale – San Juan 21 weekly A320
Fort Lauderdale – Santo Domingo 4 weekly A320
Hartford – San Juan 12 weekly A320
Newark – San Juan 27 weekly A320
Newark – Santiago (Dominican Republic) 21 weekly A320
Newark – Santo Domingo 14 weekly A320
New York JFK – Antigua 2 weekly A320
New York JFK – Aruba 9 weekly A320/321/321neo
New York JFK – Bridgetown 1 weekly A320
New York JFK – Cancun 7 weekly A320
New York JFK – Guayaquil 3 weekly A321neo
New York JFK – Kingston 14 weekly A320
New York JFK – Montego Bay 14 weekly A320
New York JFK – Nassau 4 weekly A321
New York JFK – Port-au-Prince 14 weekly A320/321
New York JFK – Puerto Plata 7 weekly A321
New York JFK – Punta Cana 7 weekly A320
New York JFK – San Juan 45 weekly A320/321/321neo
New York JFK – Santiago (Dominican Republic) 55 weekly A320/321/321neo
New York JFK – Santo Domingo 48 weekly A320/321/321neo
New York JFK – St. Lucia 3 weekly A321
Orlando – Montego Bay 5 weekly A320
Orlando – San Juan 41 weekly E190/A320
Orlando – Santo Domingo 3 weekly A320
San Juan – Punta Cana 2 weekly A320
San Juan – St. Thomas 14 weekly E190
San Juan – Santo Domingo 21 weekly E190
Tampa – San Juan 4 weekly A320
Washington Reagan – San Juan 7 weekly A320

Published on 16.07.2020
Hawaiian Airlines updates August 2020 US Mainland operations
Southwest Airlines July 2020 International operations as of 12JUL20

16.07.2020
Frontier Airlines during the month of July 2020 continues to operate reduced International service, where the airline continues to focus on Puerto Rico, as well as selected flights to Cancun. Planned operation as of 12JUL20 as follows.

Atlanta – San Juan 4 weekly A320
Chicago O’Hare – San Juan 3 weekly A320
Denver – Cancun 3 weekly A320
Miami – San Juan 4 weekly A320
Newark – San Juan 4 weekly A320
Orlando – San Juan 17 weekly A320
Philadelphia – San Juan 1 daily A320
Raleigh/Durham – San Juan 3 weekly A320

Southwest Airlines in the last few weeks resumed selected International routes, including flights to Jamaica and Bahamas. For the month of July 2020, the airline’s International operation as follows.

Baltimore/Washington – Cancun 2 daily 737-700
Baltimore/Washington – Montego Bay 1 daily 737-700
Baltimore/Washington – Nassau 1 daily 737-700
Baltimore/Washington – San Juan 1 daily 737-700
Denver – Cancun 1 daily 737-700
Denver – Los Cabos 1 daily 737-700
Fort Lauderdale – San Juan 2 daily 737-700
Houston Hobby – Cancun 3 daily 737-700
Houston Hobby – Los Cabos 1 daily 737-700
Orlando – Montego Bay 1 daily 737-700
Orlando – San Juan 5 daily 737-700/-800
Tampa – San Juan 1 daily 737-700

Spirit Airlines in the last few weeks gradually restored selected International routes. For the month of July 2020, the airline’s International operation as follows.

Baltimore/Washington – San Juan 4 weekly A321
Boston – San Juan 1 daily A320
Chicago O’Hare – Cancun 5 weekly A320
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Cancun 1 daily A320
Fort Lauderdale – Aruba eff 18JUL20 1 weekly A321
Fort Lauderdale – Cancun 1 daily A321
Fort Lauderdale – Guayaquil 5 weekly A321
Fort Lauderdale – Kingston 3 weekly A320neo
Fort Lauderdale – Montego Bay 1 daily A320
Fort Lauderdale – Port-au-Prince 1 daily A320
Fort Lauderdale – Punta Cana 4 weekly A320
Fort Lauderdale – St. Croix 3 weekly A320neo (Reduced from 1 daily from 17JUL20)
Fort Lauderdale – St. Thomas 4 weekly A320neo (Reduced from 1 daily from 17JUL20)
Fort Lauderdale – San Juan 2 daily A321
Fort Lauderdale – Santiago (Dominican Republic) 4 weekly A321
Houston – Cancun 1 daily A320
Newark – San Juan 1 daily A320
Orlando – St. Thomas 6 weekly A319
Orlando – San Juan 3 daily A320/321
Philadelphia – San Juan 1 daily A320
Tampa – San Juan 5 weekly A320neo

Published on 14.07.2020
Delta loses $2.8 billion and cuts flights

Published on 13.07.2020
United expands Chicago long-haul routes from Sep 2020

Published on 10.07.2020
JetBlue moves Long Beach operation to Los Angeles from Oct 2020

Published on 09.07.2020
American Airlines, United Airlines temporarily halt Hong Kong services after authorities impose tighter COVID-19 testing of incoming flight crews

Published on 08.07.2020
JetBlue July – Oct 2020 network expansions (US Domestic)

08.07.2020 Delta Air Lines in recent weeks filed additional changes to its International operation for the remainder of Northern summer season. As of 05JUL20, planned Inter-continental service (list below excludes Caribbean, Canada and Central America) between 01JUL20 and 24OCT20 as follows.

Additional changes remain highly possible.

Atlanta – Amsterdam 11 weekly A330-300 (2 daily from 14JUL20, A330-300/A350-900XWB from 01AUG20; reduced from 3 daily)
Atlanta – Barcelona eff 02AUG20 3 weekly A330-300
Atlanta – Bogota eff 01SEP20 1 daily 767-300ER
Atlanta – Brussels Service cancelled until 24OCT20
Atlanta – Buenos Aires Ezeiza eff 02SEP20 3 weekly 767-300ER (1 daily from 01Oct20)
Atlanta – Cartagena eff 01AUG20 1 weekly 737-800
Atlanta – Dublin eff 03AUG20 3 weekly 767-300ER (A330-300 from 09SEP20)
Atlanta – Dusseldorf Service cancelled until 23OCT20
Atlanta – Frankfurt 3 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 17JUL20, 1 daily from 01AUG20. 767-400ER from 08SEP20)
Atlanta – Johannesburg eff 01SEP20 1 daily 777-200LR
Atlanta – Lagos eff 06AUG20 3 weekly A330-200 (4 weekly from 15AUG20)
Atlanta – Lima eff 01AUG20 4 weekly 767-300ER (5 weekly from 03SEP20, 1 daily from 06OCT20)
Atlanta – London Heathrow 4 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 18JUL20, 1 daily from 04AUG20, 767-400ER from 08SEP20)
Atlanta – Madrid eff 01AUG20 3 weekly 767-300ER
Atlanta – Milan Malpensa 1 daily service cancelled in S20
Atlanta – Munich eff 01AUG20 4 weekly A330-300 (1 daily 767-400ER from 01SEP20)
Atlanta – Paris CDG 1 daily A330-300 (2 daily from 01AUG20. 1 of 2 daily operated by A350 01AUG20 – 07SEP20)
Atlanta – Quito eff 08SEP20 1 daily 757
Atlanta – Rio de Janeiro Galeao eff 01AUG20 1 daily 767-300ER
Atlanta – Rome eff 01AUG20 1 daily A330-300 (1 daily from 02SEP20)
Atlanta – Santiago de Chile eff 01AUG20 1 daily 767-400ER
Atlanta – Sao Paulo Guarulhos eff 03AUG20 4 weekly 767-400ER (1 daily from 02OCT20)
Atlanta – Seoul Incheon 3 weekly 777-200ER (5 weekly A350-900XWB from 01AUG20, 1 daily from 09SEP20)
Atlanta – Shanghai Pu Dong Service cancelled until 24OCT20
Atlanta – Stuttgart Service cancelled until 23OCT20
Atlanta – Tokyo Haneda eff 02AUG20 3 weekly A350-900XWB (1 daily 777-200ER from 08SEP20)
Atlanta – Venice 1 daily service cancelled in S20
Atlanta – Zurich 1 daily service cancelled in S20
Boston – Amsterdam eff 17JUL20 4 weekly 767-300ER (1 daily A330-300 from 01SEP20)
Boston – Dublin Service cancelled until 23OCT20
Boston – Lisbon 1 daily service cancelled in S20
Boston – London Gatwick 1 daily service cancelled in S20
Boston – London Heathrow eff 01SEP20 1 daily 767-400ER
Boston – Manchester 1 daily service cancelled in S20
Boston – Paris CDG eff 01AUG20 4 weekly 767-400ER (1 daily 767-300ER from 01SEP20)
Boston – Rome 1 daily service cancelled in S20
Cincinnati – Paris CDG Service cancelled until 23OCT20
Detroit – Amsterdam 1 daily A350-900XWB (2 daily A330/350 from 08SEP20)
Detroit – Beijing Daxing Service cancelled until 24OCT20
Detroit – Frankfurt Service cancelled until 23OCT20
Detroit – London Heathrow 3 weekly 767-300ER (767-400ER from 01AUG20, 1 daily from 02SEP20)
Detroit – Munich 1 daily service cancelled in S20
Detroit – Nagoya Service cancelled until 23OCT20
Detroit – Paris CDG 4 weekly A350-900XWB (1 daily from 16JUL20, 767-300ER from 08SEP20)
Detroit – Rome 1 daily service cancelled in S20
Detroit – Seoul Incheon 1 daily A350-900XWB
Detroit – Seoul Incheon – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 weekly A350-900XWB
Detroit – Shanghai Pu Dong Service cancelled until 23OCT20
Detroit – Tokyo Haneda 3 weekly A350-900XWB (4 weekly from 04AUG20, 1 daily 08SEP20)
Honolulu – Nagoya Service cancelled until 23OCT20
Honolulu – Osaka Kansai Service cancelled until 23OCT20
Honolulu – Tokyo Haneda Service cancelled until 23OCT20
Indianapolis – Paris CDG 1 daily service cancelled in S20
Los Angeles – Amsterdam 1 daily seasonal service cancelled in S20
Los Angeles – Paris CDG 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
Los Angeles – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
Los Angeles – Sydney 3 weekly 777-200LR (1 daily from 08SEP20)
Los Angeles – Tokyo Haneda eff 03AUG20 3 weekly 777-200ER (1 daily from 08SEP20)
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Amsterdam eff 01AUG20 1 daily A330-300
Minneapolis/St. Paul – London Heathrow eff 01SEP20 1 daily 767-400ER
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Paris CDG eff 01SEP20 1 daily A330-300
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Reykjavik Keflavik 1 daily service cancelled in S20
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Seoul Incheon 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
Minneapolis/St. Paul – Tokyo Haneda 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
New York JFK – Accra eff 06AUG20 4 weekly 767-300ER (Reduced from 5 weekly in July/August)
New York JFK – Amsterdam 1 daily A330-300 (12 weekly from 01AUG20, 14 weekly from 01SEP20)
New York JFK – Athens eff 01AUG20 1 daily A330-300
New York JFK – Barcelona eff 01AUG20 4 weekly A330-300 (1 daily from 02SEP20)
New York JFK – Berlin Tegel 1 daily service cancelled in S20
New York JFK – Bogota Service cancelled until 24OCT20
New York JFK – Brussels eff 01SEP20 1 daily 767-400ER
New York JFK – Copenhagen 1 daily service cancelled in S20
New York JFK – Dakar 1 weekly 767-300ER (2 weekly from 01AUG20)
New York JFK – Dublin eff 01AUG20 1 daily A330-300
New York JFK – Edinburgh eff 01AUG20 4 weekly 767-300ER (1 daily from 02SEP20, replacing 757)
New York JFK – Frankfurt eff 01SEP20 1 daily A330-200
New York JFK – Glasgow 1 daily service cancelled in S20
New York JFK – Lisbon eff 01AUG20 1 daily 767-300ER
New York JFK – London Heathrow eff 01AUG20 4 weekly 767-400ER (2 daily from 01SEP20)
New York JFK – Madrid eff 02AUG20 4 weekly 767-300ER (1 daily from 01SEP20)
New York JFK – Milan Malpensa eff 01AUG20 1 daily A330-300
New York JFK – Nice 1 daily service cancelled in S20
New York JFK – Paris CDG 1 daily A330-300
New York JFK – Prague 1 daily service cancelled in S20
New York JFK – Reykjavik Keflavik 1 daily service cancelled in S20
New York JFK – Rome eff 01AUG20 1 daily A330-300
New York JFK – Sao Paulo Guarulhos eff 02SEP20 3 weekly 767-400ER (1 daily from 01OCT20)
New York JFK – Shannon 1 daily service cancelled in S20
New York JFK – Tel Aviv 4 weekly A330-300 (5 weekly from 20JUL20, 1 daily from 01AUG20, additional flights added 17SEP20 – 11OCT20)
New York JFK – Venice Service cancelled in S20
New York JFK – Zurich eff 01SEP20 1 daily 767-400ER
Orlando – Amsterdam Service cancelled in S20
Portland OR – Amsterdam eff 01SEP20 1 daily A330-200
Portland OR – London Heathrow Service cancelled in S20
Portland OR – Tokyo Haneda Service cancelled until 23OCT20
Raleigh/Durham – Paris CDG eff 08SEP20 1 daily 767-300ER
Salt Lake City – Amsterdam eff 01SEP20 1 daily 767-300ER
Salt Lake City – London Heathrow Service cancelled until 23OCT20
Salt Lake City – Paris CDG Service cancelled in S20
Seattle – Amsterdam eff 16JUL20 5 weekly A330-300 (1 daily from 02AUG20)
Seattle – Beijing Capital 1 daily service cancelled until 24OCT20 (Operating to/from Beijing Daxing from 25OCT20)
Seattle – Paris CDG eff 01SEP20 1 daily A330-300
Seattle – Seoul Incheon 4 weekly A330-900neo (1 daily from 01AUG20)
Seattle – Seoul Incheon – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 weekly A350-900XWB
Seattle – Shanghai Pu Dong Nonstop service cancelled until 23OCT20
Seattle – Tokyo Haneda 4 weekly A330-900neo (1 Daily from 09SEP20)
Seoul Incheon – Manila eff 01JUL20 1 daily A330-900neo, new route (25OCT20)
Tampa – Amsterdam Service cancelled in S20

American Airlines during the weekend of 05JUL20’s schedule update filed additional changes to its International service. Between 01JUL20 and 24OCT20, planned Inter-continental service (excluding Caribbean and Central America) as follows. Additional changes remain possible.

Boston – London Heathrow 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20 (This route was last served in October 2013, originally scheduled to commence on 28MAR20)
Charlotte – Barcelona Seasonal 1 daily cancelled, will not resume in S21
Charlotte – Dublin Seasonal 1 daily cancelled in S20, to be resumed in S21
Charlotte – Frankfurt 1 daily service cancelled until 26MAR21
Charlotte – London Heathrow 2 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
Charlotte – Madrid Seasonal 1 daily cancelled in S20, to be resumed in S21
Charlotte – Munich 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
Charlotte – Paris CDG Seasonal 1 daily cancelled, will not resume in S21
Charlotte – Rome Seasonal 1 daily cancelled, will not resume in S21
Chicago O’Hare – Athens Seasonal 1 daily cancelled in S20, to be resumed in S21
Chicago O’Hare – Barcelona Seasonal 1 daily cancelled in S20, to be resumed in S21
Chicago O’Hare – Budapest Planned new seasonal 4 weekly 787-8 cancelled, will not be launched in S21
Chicago O’Hare – Dublin Seasonal 1 daily cancelled in S20, to be resumed in S21
Chicago O’Hare – Krakow Planned new seasonal 5 weekly 787-8 cancelled, will not be launched in S21
Chicago O’Hare – London Heathrow 1 daily 787-8 (787-9 from 18AUG20)
Chicago O’Hare – Paris CDG 1 daily cancelled until 26MAR21
Chicago O’Hare – Prague Planned new seasonal 5 weekly 787-8 cancelled, will not be launched in S21
Chicago O’Hare – Rome Seasonal 1 daily cancelled in S20, to be resumed in S21
Chicago O’Hare – Venice Seasonal 1 daily 787-8 cancelled
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Amsterdam 1 daily 787-8 (787-9 09SEP20 – 06OCT20)
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Beijing Capital 1 daily service cancelled until 26MAR21
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Bogota eff 09SEP20 Service resumption, 1 daily A319
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Buenos Aires Ezeiza 1 daily 787-8 to resume on 24OCT20
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Dublin eff 07JUL20 Service resumption, 3 weekly 787-8 (1 daily from 09SEP20)
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Frankfurt 1 daily 787-8 (787-9 from 07OCT20)
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Guayaquil 5 weekly service cancelled, will not be resumed
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Hong Kong eff 09JUL20 Service resumption, 3 weekly 777-300ER (1 daily from 18AUG20)
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Lima Service cancelled until 23OCT20
Dallas/Ft. Worth – London Heathrow 1 daily 777-300ER
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Madrid 1 daily 787-8 (777-200ER 09SEP20 – 06OCT20)
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Munich 1 daily service cancelled, will not resume in S21
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Paris CDG 1 daily 787-8 (777-200ER 09SEP20 – 24OCT20)
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Quito eff 08OCT20 Service resumption, 5 weekly A319
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Reykjavik Keflavik Seasonal service cancelled in S20 (Cancellation filed in late-2019)
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Rome Summer seasonal 1 daily cancelled in S20 (Originally scheduled 2 daily in S20)
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Santiago de Chile 1 daily service cancelled until 24MAR21
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Seoul Incheon eff 09JUL20 Service resumption, 3 weekly 787-8 (1 daily from 18AUG20. 787-8 replaces -9 in S20)
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 daily service to resume on 24OCT20
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Tel Aviv Planned 3 weekly 787-9 from 09SEP20, postponed to NW21
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Tokyo Haneda eff 09JUL20 New route, 3 weekly 787-8 (1 daily from 18AUG20. 787-8 replaces 777-300ER in S20)
Dallas/Ft. Worth – Tokyo Narita 1 daily 777-300ER (replacing 787)
Los Angeles – Beijing Capital 1 daily service cancelled, will not resume from 24OCT20
Los Angeles – Buenos Aires Ezeiza 3 weekly cancelled, will not resume from 26OCT20
Los Angeles – Hong Kong 1 daily service cancelled, will not resume from 24OCT20
Los Angeles – London Heathrow 2 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
Los Angeles – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 4 weekly service cancelled, will not resume from 24OCT20
Los Angeles – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 daily service cancelled, will not resume from 24OCT20
Los Angeles – Sydney 1 daily service cancelled until 27MAR21
Los Angeles – Tokyo Haneda eff 07JUL20 New route, 1 daily 787-9 (787-8 from 09OCT20 to 23OCT20. 2nd daily operates from 24OCT20)
Miami – Barcelona 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
Miami – Barranquilla eff 09SEP20 Service resumption, 1 daily 737-800
Miami – Bogota eff 09SEP20 Service resumption, 2 daily A319 (3rd daily from 07OCT20)
Miami – Brasilia 1 daily service cancelled, will not resume from 25OCT20
Miami – Buenos Aires Ezeiza eff 09SEP20 Service resumption, 1 daily 777-200ER (Reduced from 13 weekly to 7 weekly in NS20)
Miami – Cali eff 09SEP20 Service resumption, 1 daily 737-800
Miami – Cartagena eff 09SEP20 Service resumption, 1 daily A319 (A321 from 04JUN20)
Miami – Georgetown eff 05AUG20 Service resumption, 1 daily 737-800
Miami – Guayaquil 1 daily A321 (737-800 from 09SEP20)
Miami – Lima eff 05AUG20 Service resumption, 1 daily A321 (replacing 757/767. 2nd daily resumes from 09SEP20)
Miami – London Heathrow 1 daily 777-300ER
Miami – Madrid 1 daily service cancelled until 26MAR21
Miami – Manaus 5-7 weekly service cancelled until 24OCT20
Miami – Medellin eff 09SEP20 Service resumption, 1 daily 737 MAX 8, 12 weekly from 08OCT20
Miami – Milan Malpensa 1 daily service cancelled, will not resume from 24OCT20
Miami – Paris CDG 1 daily service cancelled until 26MAR21
Miami – Pereira eff 08OCT20 Service resumption, 3 weekly A319
Miami – Rio de Janeiro Galeao 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
Miami – Quito 1 daily A319
Miami – Santiago de Chile eff 05AUG20 Service resumption, 4 weekly 777-200ER
Miami – Sao Paulo Guarulhos eff 06AUG20 Service resumption, 2 weekly 777-200ER/-300ER (1 daily 777-300ER from 18AUG20. 2nd daily resumes 25OCT20)
New York JFK – Barcelona 1 daily service cancelled until 26MAR21
New York JFK – Buenos Aires Ezeiza 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
New York JFK – Georgetown eff 07OCT20 Service resumption, 1 daily 737-800
New York JFK – London Heathrow 1 daily 777-300ER
New York JFK – Madrid 1 daily service cancelled until 23MAR21
New York JFK – Milan Malpensa 1 daily service cancelled until 23MAR21
New York JFK – Rome Seasonal 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled, to be resumed in S21
New York JFK – Paris CDG 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
New York JFK – Rio de Janeiro Galeao 1 daily service cancelled, to be resumed in NW21
New York JFK – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
Philadelphia – Amsterdam eff 07OCT20 Service resumption, 1 daily 787-8
Philadelphia – Athens Seasonal 1 daily cancelled in S20, to be resumed in S21
Philadelphia – Barcelona Seasonal 1 daily cancelled, to be resumed in S21
Philadelphia – Berlin Tegel Seasonal 1 daily cancelled, will not be resumed in S21
Philadelphia – Budapest Seasonal 1 daily cancelled, will not be resumed in S21
Philadelphia – Casablanca Seasonal 3 weekly cancelled, will not be launched in S21
Philadelphia – Dublin 1 daily service cancelled until 24OCT20
Philadelphia – Dubrovnik Seasonal 1 daily cancelled, will not be launched in S21
Philadelphia – Edinburgh Seasonal 1 daily cancelled in S20, to be resumed in S21
Philadelphia – Lisbon Seasonal 1 daily cancelled in S20, to be resumed in S21
Philadelphia – London Heathrow 2 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
Philadelphia – Madrid 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
Philadelphia – Manchester 1 daily service cancelled until 26MAR21
Philadelphia – Paris CDG 1 daily service cancelled until 26MAR21
Philadelphia – Prague Seasonal 1 daily service cancelled in S20, to be resumed in S21
Philadelphia – Reykjavik Keflavik Seasonal 1 daily postponed to S21
Philadelphia – Rome 1 daily service cancelled until 27MAR21
Philadelphia – Shannon Seasonal 1 daily service cancelled in S20, to be resumed in S21
Philadelphia – Venice Seasonal 1 daily service cancelled in S20, to be resumed in S21
Philadelphia – Zurich 1 daily service cancelled until 26MAR21
Phoenix – London Heathrow 1 daily service cancelled until 23OCT20
Raleigh/Durham – London Heathrow 1 daily service cancelled until 24OCT20

Published on 07.07.2020
United will resume its flights to the Dominican Republic in August

Published on 06.07.2020
Hawaiian Airlines to restart US mainland ops in mid-3Q20

Published on 03.07.2020
Alaska Airlines files new routes launch from Sep 2020

03.07.2020 United Airlines in this week’s schedule update extended interim schedule until 07SEP20 inclusive, including long-haul routes, as well as Guam/Micronesia Island Hopper operation. Latest adjustment between 01JUL20 and 24OCT20 as of 02JUL20 as follows.

Additional changes remain possible, pending on the various travel restrictions.

Chicago O’Hare – Amsterdam eff 09SEP20 3 weekly 787-9 (Previously to resume on 24OCT20)
Chicago O’Hare – Beijing Capital 1 daily 787-8 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, instead of 08SEP20)
Chicago O’Hare – Brussels eff 03AUG20 4 weekly 787-9 (Planned 1 daily 787-10 delayed to 08SEP20)
Chicago O’Hare – Dublin 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Chicago O’Hare – Edinburgh 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Chicago O’Hare – Frankfurt eff 05AUG20 5 weekly 787-9 (Planned 2 daily 787-10/777-200ER delayed to 08SEP20)
Chicago O’Hare – London Heathrow 1 daily 787-10 (787-9 replaces -10 from 02AUG20. 3 daily 167-seater 767-300ER from 08SEP20 unchanged)
Chicago O’Hare – Munich eff 08SEP20 1 daily 787-9 (replacing 777-200ER. Previous plan: eff 03AUG20)
Chicago O’Hare – Paris CDG 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service resumes on 24OCT20 with 767-300ER)
Chicago O’Hare – Rome 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled
Chicago O’Hare – Sao Paulo Guarulhos 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service resumes on 24OCT20)
Chicago O’Hare – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 daily 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, instead of 08SEP20)
Chicago O’Hare – Zurich 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled (Service to commence on 24OCT20)
Denver – Frankfurt eff 08SEP20 1 daily 787-9 (replacing -8; Previous plan: eff 03AUG20)
Denver – London Heathrow 1 daily 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Denver – Tokyo Narita eff 08SEP20 1 daily 787-9 (replacing -8; Previous plan: eff 03AUG20)
Guam – Chuuk – Pohnpei eff 12SEP20 1 weekly UA175/096 737-700 (Sat-Sun)
Guam – Chuuk – Pohnpei – Kosrae – Kwajalein – Majuro – Honolulu
Service operates on following dates with 737-700: 22-23JUL20, 24-25AUG20
eff 11SEP20 2 weekly UA155/154 737-800 (Mon-Tue, Fri-Sat)

Guam – Chuuk – Pohnpei – Kwajalein – Majuro – Honolulu eff 09SEP20 1 weekly UA155/154 737-800 (Wed-Thur)
Guam – Chuuk – Pohnpei – Majuro – Honolulu eff 13SEP20 1 weekly UA133/132 737-800 (Sun-Mon)
Guam – Fukuoka 1 daily 737-700 cancelled (Service to resume on 25OCT20)
Guam – Honolulu 1 daily 777-200 (Planned 8th weekly in July/August 2020 cancelled). Revised schedule now extended to 07SEP20
UA200 GUM0900 – 2015-1HNL 777 D
UA201 HNL1640 – 2020+1GUM 777 D

Guam – Koror
Service operates on following dates with 737-700: 13AUG20, 03SEP20
eff 09SEP20 Service returns to 4 weekly level, 737-700/-800

Guam – Koror – Manila eff 08SEP20 2 weekly 737-700
Guam – Manila eff 08SEP20 1 daily 737-700/-800
Guam – Nagoya eff 08SEP20 2 daily 737-700/-800 (Previous plan: eff 03AUG20)
Guam – Osaka Kansai eff 08SEP20 7 weekly 737-700/-800 (Instead of 10 weekly)
Guam – Pohnpei – Chuuk – Guam 737-700 to operate following dates: 11-12JUL20, 01-02AUG20, 08-09AUG20
Guam – Saipan eff 03AUG20 Service returns to 10 weekly level, 737-700/-800
Guam – Tokyo Narita 3 weekly 737-700 (10 weekly 737-700 from 03AUG20, schedule below. 3 daily 737-700/-800 now scheduled from 08SEP20)
UA828 GUM0700 – 0955NRT 73G 257
UA196 GUM1205 – 1500NRT 73G D

UA827 NRT1100 – 1555GUM 73G 257
UA197 NRT1725 – 2220GUM 73G D

Guam – Yap
Service operates on following dates with 737-700: 12JUL20, 02AUG20, 23AUG20
eff 09SEP20 2 weekly 737-700 (Wed / Sun)

Honolulu – Tokyo Narita eff 08SEP20 1 daily 777-200ER
Houston – Amsterdam eff 10SEP20 3 weekly 787-9 (Previously scheduled to resume on 24OCT20 as 1 daily 777-200ER)
Houston – Buenos Aires Ezeiza eff 08SEP20 1 daily 777-200ER (Previous plan: 3 weekly 787-9 from 07JUL20, 1 daily 777 from 03AUG20)
Houston – Frankfurt eff 08SEP20 1 daily 777-200ER (Previous plan: eff 03AUG20)
Houston – Lima eff 03AUG20 3 weekly 767-300ER (1 daily from 08SEP20; Previous plan: 3 weekly from 06JUL20)
Houston – London Heathrow 2 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Houston – Munich eff 08SEP20 Service resumption, 1 daily 767-300ER (Previous plan: eff 06JUL20)
Houston – Rio de Janeiro Galeao eff 08SEP20 1 daily 767-300ER (Previous plan: eff 03AUG20 with 767-400ER)
Houston – Sao Paulo Guarulhos eff 08SEP20 767-300ER replaces 787-9, 1 daily (787 continues to operate until 07SEP20)
Houston – Sydney 4 weekly 787-9 cancelled (Service resumes on 23OCT20 with 1 daily)
Houston – Tokyo Narita eff 08SEP20 1 daily 777-200ER
Los Angeles – London Heathrow 1 daily 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Los Angeles – Melbourne 4 weekly 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 23OCT20 with 1 daily)
Los Angeles – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 daily 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, instead of 08SEP20)
Los Angeles – Sydney eff 08SEP20 3 weekly 787-9
Los Angeles – Tokyo Haneda eff 08SEP20 New route, 1 daily 787-10
Los Angeles – Tokyo Narita 1 daily 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Newark – Amsterdam 1 daily 787-10 (787 scheduled to operate for entire summer until 23OCT20, instead of 767-400ER). Planned seasonal 2nd daily cancelled
Newark – Athens Seasonal 1 daily 787-10 cancelled
Newark – Barcelona 1 daily 787-10 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, 767-300ER in W20)
Newark – Beijing Capital 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, instead of 03AUG20)
Newark – Berlin Tegel 1 daily 767-400ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, 767-300ER in W20)
Newark – Brussels eff 05AUG20 3 weekly 787-10 (1 daily from 08SEP20 instead of 03AUG20)
Newark – Delhi eff 17JUL20 1 daily 787-9 (777-200ER from 03AUG20)
Newark – Dublin eff 06JUL20 4 weekly 787-10 (1 daily from 09SEP20 instead of 03AUG20)
Newark – Edinburgh 1 daily 757-200 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Newark – Frankfurt 1 daily 787-10 (UA960/961 787-10 service now scheduled as year-round, planned 777-300ER cancelled). Planned 2nd daily with 167-seater 767-300ER now scheduled from 24OCT20
Newark – Geneva 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Newark – Glasgow Seasonal 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Newark – Hong Kong eff 08SEP20 1 daily 777-200ER (Previous plan: eff 03AUG20)
Newark – Lima 1 daily 757-200 cancelled (Service to resume on 26OCT20, 4 weekly)
Newark – Lisbon 1 daily 787-10 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, 767-300ER in W20)
Newark – London Heathrow 1 daily 787-10 (1 daily flight maintained 03AUG20 – 07SEP20, instead of 3 daily 767/787. Planned 6 daily 767-300ER from 08SEP20 unchanged)
Newark – Madrid 1 daily 767-400ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Newark – Manchester 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled (Previously reported on Airlineroute, service will not be resumed from 24OCT20, including 2021)
Newark – Milan Malpensa 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, 767-300ER in W20)
Newark – Mumbai eff 08SEP20 1 daily 777-300ER
Newark – Munich eff 05AUG20 3 weekly 787-10 (1 daily 767-400ER now scheduled from 08SEP20 instead of 03AUG20)
Newark – Naples Planned new 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled
Newark – Nice Planned new 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled
Newark – Palermo Planned new 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled
Newark – Paris CDG 3 weekly 787-10 (1 daily from 03AUG20)
Newark – Porto Seasonal 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Newark – Prague Seasonal 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled
Newark – Reykjavik Keflavik Seasonal 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Newark – Rome 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, 767-300ER in W20)
Newark – Sao Paulo Guarulhos eff 05AUG20 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily 777-300ER now scheduled from 08SEP20 instead of 03AUG20)
Newark – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 daily 777-300ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Newark – Shannon Seasonal 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Newark – Stockholm Arlanda Seasonal 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Newark – Tel Aviv 1 daily 787-10 (787 now scheduled as year-round. 2nd daily with 777-300ER resumes on 24OCT20)
Newark – Tokyo Haneda eff 08SEP20 New route, 1 daily 777-200ER (Previous plan: eff 03AUG20)
Newark – Tokyo Narita 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily from 06JUL20, 777-300ER from 08SEP20 instead of 03AUG20)
Newark – Venice Seasonal 1 daily 767-400ER cancelled
San Francisco – Amsterdam Seasonal 1 daily 787-8 cancelled
San Francisco – Auckland eff 08SEP20 3 weekly 777-200ER
San Francisco – Beijing Capital eff 08SEP20 1 daily 777-200ER
San Francisco – Chengdu eff 08SEP20 3 weekly 787-8
San Francisco – Delhi eff 18JUL20 3 weekly 787-9
San Francisco – Dublin eff 03AUG20 New route, 1 daily 787-8
San Francisco – Frankfurt 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily from 06JUL20, 777-300ER from 03AUG20. 2 daily from 08SEP20 instead of 03AUG20)
San Francisco – Hong Kong eff 08SEP20 1 daily 777-200ER (2nd daily to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Hong Kong – Singapore 06JUL20 – 07SEP20 5 weekly 787-9. UA has local traffic rights on Hong Kong – Singapore sector, a service resumption
UA877 SFO1340 – 1845+1HKG2055+1 – 0040+1SIN 789 x27
UA862 SIN0545 – 0925HKG1130 – 0910SFO 789 x24

San Francisco – London Heathrow eff 04AUG20 5 weekly 787-9 (1 daily 777-200ER from 08SEP20 instead of 03AUG20. 2nd daily to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Melbourne 3 weekly 787-9 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Munich eff 08SEP20 1 daily 787-9 (Previous plan: eff 03AUG20)
San Francisco – Osaka Kansai 1 daily 787-8 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Papeete eff 04AUG20 3 weekly 787-9
San Francisco – Paris CDG 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Seoul Incheon eff 06JUL20 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily from 08SEP20; Overall reduction from 12 to 7 weekly unchanged)
San Francisco – Seoul Incheon – Shanghai Pu Dong 08JUL20 – 02AUG20 2 weekly 777-300ER (Previously reported on Airlineroute)
San Francisco – Shanghai Pu Dong eff 03AUG20 1 daily 777-300ER (787-9 operates from 08SEP20 instead of 03AUG20. 2nd daily to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Singapore eff 08SEP20 1 daily 787-9 (2nd daily to resume on 24OCT20)
San Francisco – Sydney 1 daily 787-9
San Francisco – Taipei Taoyuan eff 08SEP20 1 daily 777-300ER (Previous plan: eff 03AUG20)
San Francisco – Tel Aviv eff 08JUL20 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily 777-300ER from 08SEP20 instead of 03AUG20)
San Francisco – Tokyo Haneda eff 08SEP20 1 daily 787-9 (Previous plan: eff 03AUG20)
San Francisco – Tokyo Narita eff 08SEP20 1 daily 777-300ER, replacing 787-9 (787-9 continues to operate in August)
San Francisco – Zurich eff 08SEP20 1 daily 787-9 (replacing -8; Previous plan: eff 03AUG20)
Washington Dulles – Amsterdam 1 daily 767-400ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20, 767-300ER in W20)
Washington Dulles – Barcelona Seasonal 1 daily 767-400ER cancelled
Washington Dulles – Beijing Capital 1 daily 787-8 cancelled (Service resumes on 24OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Brussels eff 06JUL20 1 daily 787-10 (777-200ER from 08SEP20 instead of 03AUG20)
Washington Dulles – Dublin 1 daily 757-200 cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Frankfurt eff 08SEP20 Service returns to 2 daily 777-200ER, instead of 1 daily 787-10
Washington Dulles – Geneva 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Lisbon Seasonal 1 daily 757-200 cancelled
Washington Dulles – London Heathrow eff 06JUL20 1 daily 787-9 (787-8 from 03AUG20, 777-200ER from 08SEP20 instead of 03AUG20. Service returns to 3 daily from 24-25OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Madrid Seasonal 1 daily 767-400ER cancelled
Washington Dulles – Munich eff 09JUL20 3 weekly 787-9 (1 daily 787-8 from 03AUG20, 777-200ER from 08SEP20 instead of 03AUG20)
Washington Dulles – Paris CDG 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Rome Seasonal 1 daily 777-200ER cancelled
Washington Dulles – Sao Paulo 1 daily 767-300ER cancelled (Service to resume on 24OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Tel Aviv 3 weekly 777-200ER cancelled (Service to resume on 25OCT20)
Washington Dulles – Tokyo Haneda Planned new 1 daily 777-200ER service cancelled (Service to commence on 24OCT20, replacing Narita)
Washington Dulles – Zurich eff 06JUL20 1 daily 787-9 (787-8 from 03AUG20, 167-seater 767-300ER from 08SEP20 instead of 03AUG20)
Published on 02.07.2020
Hawaiian extends US Mainland interim schedule to mid-Aug 2020

02.07.2020 Southwest Airlines yesterday (01JUL20) resumed International service to The Bahamas, Jamaica and Mexico, on board Boeing 737-700 aircraft (Selected flights operated by 737-800). Planned operation for the month of July 2020 as follows.

Baltimore/Washington – Cancun eff 01JUL20 2 daily 737-700
Baltimore/Washington – Montego Bay eff 01JUL20 1 daily 737-700
Baltimore/Washington – Nassau eff 01JUL20 1 daily 737-700
Denver – Cancun eff 01JUL20 1 daily 737-700
Denver – Los Cabos eff 01JUL20 1 daily 737-700
Houston Hobby – Cancun eff 01JUL20 2 daily 737-700
Houston Hobby – Los Cabos eff 01JUL20 1 daily 737-700
Orlando – Montego Bay eff 01JUL20 1 daily 737-700

Published on 01.07.2020
Silver Airways removes planned Charleston SC July 2020 launch
United Airlines to triple flights, adding 25,000 in August, while extending change fee waiver

Published on 29.06.2020
United resumes Shanghai service from July 2020

Published on 25.06.2020
Hawaiian Airlines expands July 2020 Interim schedule

23.06.20202 Delta Air Lines starting this week plans to resume service to Mainland China, initially operating Seattle – Seoul Incheon – Shanghai Pu Dong route on 25JUN20. Initially Seattle departure operates on 25JUN20 and 26JUN20, followed by once weekly flight from 01JUL20.

DL287 SEA2330 – 0230+2ICN0400+2 – 0445+2PVG 359 4
DL288 PVG0915 – 1145ICN1315 – 0715SEA 359 6

The Skyteam member will also operate Detroit – Seoul Incheon – Shanghai Pu Dong route from 03JUL20 with A350-900XWB.

DL283 DTW1900 – 2200+1ICN2330+1 – 0015+2PVG 359 5
DL284 PVG0445 – 0715ICN0845 – 0820DTW 359 7
Published on 17.06.2020
Alaska Airlines July 2020 Costa Rica operations as of 16JUN20
Eastern Airlines June 2020 network additions

Published on 15.06.2020
Hawaiian Airlines resumes Portland OR service in July 2020
U.S., China to each allow four weekly flights for airlines; Delta to fly next week

Published on 09.06.2020

Spirit Airlines to resume 14 routes out of IAH after Covid-19 halted flights

 

06.06.2020.

Virgin Atlantic has announced it will restart passenger flights in July.

The first flights to take off with passengers on board will be services from London Heathrow to Orlando, Hong Kong, Shanghai, New York and Los Angeles on July 20th and 21st, 2020.

Published on 04.06.2020

American Airlines restores several summer flights

31.05.2020 United Airlines during the weekend of 29MAY20’s schedule update extended interim schedule on Long-Haul routes. Latest adjustment sees service revision for the period of 06JUL20 – 02AUG20, as the airline delays service resumption on selected routes to 03AUG20.

30.05.2020
Delta Air Lines during the weekend of 24MAY20’s schedule filed additional changes to its Intercontinental operation, between June and October 2020. Latest adjustment sees the airline downsizes planned operation in July 2020.
United interim Long-Haul operation of 29MAY20, eff. 01JUN20-24OCT20

Published on 25.05.2020
Rising tensions between countries may disrupt restart of Delta and United Airlines flights
Delta Intercontinental operations as of 24MAY20, eff. JUN20

Published on 21.05.2020
Southwest Airlines to limit booking on flights through July

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Full Restrictions
Open for travel from USA
Crossing Rules
  • Passengers are not permitted to enter or transit the United States if they have entered or transited any Schengen Area member state, the United Kingdom, Ireland, China, Iran or Brazil in the past 14 days, unless they meet one of the following conditions:
    • They are a national or a permanent resident of the United States,
    • They are the spouse of a U.S. citizen or permanent resident,
    • They are seeking entry into or transiting the U.S. with any of the following visa types – A-1, A-2, C-2, C-3 (as a foreign government official or immediate family member of an official), E-1 (as an employee of TECRO or TECO or the employee’s immediate family members), G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, or NATO-6,
    • They are seeking entry into the U.S. with a J-1, H-1B, H-2B, or L-1 visa, provided they are sponsored by (as an exchange visitor), petitioned by, or whose petitioner is a member of one of the following organisations: National Association of Manufacturers, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the National Retail Federation, TechNet, or Intrax, Inc.
    • They are arriving from the Schengen Area, the United Kingdom or Ireland with a F-1, F-2, M-1 or M-2 visa,
    • They are the legal guardian of an unmarried U.S. citizen or permanent resident under the age of 21,
    • They are the sibling, child, foster child or ward of a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, provided both are unmarried and under the age of 21,
    • They are a prospective adoptee seeking to enter the United States pursuant to the IR-4 or IH-4 visa classifications,
    • They can prove they are travelling at the invitation of the U.S. Government for a purpose related to containment or mitigation of the virus,
    • They are travelling as a nonimmigrant under section 101(a)(15)(C) or (D) of the INA, 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(C) or (D), as a crewmember, or any alien otherwise travelling to the United States as air or sea crew,
    • They have been determined as safe to enter by the CDC Director, the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Homeland Security, or any of their respective designees,
    • They are a member of the United States Armed Forces or the spouse or child of a member of the United States Armed Forces,
    • They are personnel involved in resuming sports events of Major League Baseball (MLB), the National Basketball Association (NBA), the Professional Golfers’ Association Tour (PGA Tour), the National Hockey League (NHL), the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), this includes athletes, support staff, team and league leadership, and their spouses and dependents.
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Flight Restrictions

Published on 02.10.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit if in the past 14 days they have been to or transited through Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or the United Kingdom.

Passengers are subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) measures set by the state/territory of their final destination. More information can be found at cdc.gov

Passengers arriving in Massachusetts must complete the “Massachusetts Travel Form” at mass.gov

Ban entry for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom are not allowed to enter and transit.
– This does not apply to B1 crew crewmembers that are engaged in lightering, Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) activity, wind farm activity, private air/sea crew and other similar crewmember actives.
– This does not apply to students with an F-1 or M-1 visa and their F-2 and M-2 dependents, if they arrive from or have been in Ireland (Rep.), United Kingdom or Schengen Member States in the past 14 days.

Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit if in the past 14 days they have been to or transited through Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or the United Kingdom.

Below listed passengers are allowed to enter the USA, even if they transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or the United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe), in the past 14 days:
– nationals of the USA;
– permanent residents of the USA;
– the spouse of a national of the USA. They must have a marriage certificate;
– the spouse of a permanent resident of the US. They must have a marriage certificate;
– the parent/legal guardian of an unmarried and younger than 21 years national or permanent resident of the USA;
– the unmarried and younger than 21 years brother or sister of a national or permanent resident of the USA, who is unmarried and younger than 21 years;
– the child/foster child/ward of a national or permanent resident of the USA;
– passengers with an IR-4 or IH-4 visa;
– passengers with a C-1, D, or C-1/D visa;
– passengers with an IR-1, CR-1, CR-2 visa;
– passengers with an A-1, A-2, C-2, C-3, E-1 as an employee of TECRO or TECO or the employee’s immediate family members, G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, or NATO-6 visa;
– members of the U.S. Armed Forces, spouses, and children of members of the U.S. Armed Forces;
– passengers with evidence of traveling at the invitation of the USA government for a purpose related to the containment/mitigation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19);
– passengers with documents issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, or U.S. Department of State indicating that the passenger is exempt from the restriction.

Ban entry for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in China
Passengers arriving from China (People’s Rep.) are not allowed to enter and transit.
– This does not apply to B1 crew crewmembers that are engaged in lightering, Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) activity, wind farm activity, private air/sea crew and other similar crewmember actives.

Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit if in the past 14 days they have been to or transited through Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or the United Kingdom.

Below listed passengers are allowed to enter the USA, even if they transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or the United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe), in the past 14 days:
– nationals of the USA;
– permanent residents of the USA;
– the spouse of a national of the USA. They must have a marriage certificate;
– the spouse of a permanent resident of the US. They must have a marriage certificate;
– the parent/legal guardian of an unmarried and younger than 21 years national or permanent resident of the USA;
– the unmarried and younger than 21 years brother or sister of a national or permanent resident of the USA, who is unmarried and younger than 21 years;
– the child/foster child/ward of a national or permanent resident of the USA;
– passengers with an IR-4 or IH-4 visa;
– passengers with a C-1, D, or C-1/D visa;
– passengers with an IR-1, CR-1, CR-2 visa;
– passengers with an A-1, A-2, C-2, C-3, E-1 as an employee of TECRO or TECO or the employee’s immediate family members, G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, or NATO-6 visa;
– members of the U.S. Armed Forces, spouses, and children of members of the U.S. Armed Forces;
– passengers with evidence of traveling at the invitation of the USA government for a purpose related to the containment/mitigation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19);
– passengers with documents issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, or U.S. Department of State indicating that the passenger is exempt from the restriction.

Ban entry for passengers who arrive from or during last 14 days have been in Iran
Passengers arriving from Iran are not allowed to enter and transit.
– This does not apply to B1 crew crewmembers that are engaged in lightering, Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) activity, wind farm activity, private air/sea crew and other similar crewmember actives.

Passengers are not allowed to enter and transit if in the past 14 days they have been to or transited through Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or the United Kingdom.

Below listed passengers are allowed to enter the USA, even if they transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or the United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe), in the past 14 days:
– nationals of the USA;
– permanent residents of the USA;
– the spouse of a national of the USA. They must have a marriage certificate;
– the spouse of a permanent resident of the US. They must have a marriage certificate;
– the parent/legal guardian of an unmarried and younger than 21 years national or permanent resident of the USA;
– the unmarried and younger than 21 years brother or sister of a national or permanent resident of the USA, who is unmarried and younger than 21 years;
– the child/foster child/ward of a national or permanent resident of the USA;
– passengers with an IR-4 or IH-4 visa;
– passengers with a C-1, D, or C-1/D visa;
– passengers with an IR-1, CR-1, CR-2 visa;
– passengers with an A-1, A-2, C-2, C-3, E-1 as an employee of TECRO or TECO or the employee’s immediate family members, G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, or NATO-6 visa;
– members of the U.S. Armed Forces, spouses, and children of members of the U.S. Armed Forces;
– passengers with evidence of traveling at the invitation of the USA government for a purpose related to the containment/mitigation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19);
– passengers with documents issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, or U.S. Department of State indicating that the passenger is exempt from the restriction.

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Quarantine

Self-isolation at own accommodation.

those allowed entry to most parts of the USA are advised by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to ‘stay at home’ as much as possible for 14 days following arrival. Those arriving into the District of Columbia on non-essential international travel, and from certain high-risk states, are required to self-isolate on arrival for 14 days. This advisory and the full list of currently affected states is available on the CDC website. You should check the list frequently as it is likely to change, sometimes daily, as rates of COVID-19 transmission increase or decrease.

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Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification subject to special conditions (from Haiti).

Carriers should distribute paper copies of health declaration forms in flight for passengers to complete prior to arrival.

Hawaii: Beginning Sept. 1, 2020, all trans-Pacific travelers arriving in Hawaii from out-of-state will have the option to get a valid COVID-19 test prior to their arrival, and show proof of a negative test result, to avoid the 14-day quarantine. Evidence of a negative test result must be provided upon arrival in Hawaii. Without this, passengers arriving from out-of-state will be subject to the 14-day quarantine. More info here

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Vaccination

Yellow fever (2019)
Country requirement at entry: no
WHO vaccination recommendation: no

Full Restrictions

  • USA Canada closes border to Americans through November 21
    The border between the US and Canada has been closed for non-essential travel since March 21. Prior to this week the border has been closed for non-essential travel through October 21. This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, but the border closure has now been extended through November 21, 2020.
    onemileatatime.com

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    23.10.2020
  • USA Latest News: U.S. borders with Canada, Mexico will remain closed to nonessential travel until 21 November (Reuters,19.10.20). American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines cut thousands of flights in November (Daily Mail, 06.10.2020). CDC extends No Sail Order for cruise ships through 31 October because of COVID-19 (AP, 01.10.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    Since 16 March, it is not possible for many nationals to enter the USA if they have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days.
    US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visas holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements.
    Entry for Green card and visa holders: new and renewed Green Cards (a Permanent Resident Card) are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. However, existing Green Cards remain valid.
    New and renewed H1-B, H2-B, J and L visas are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. There are some exemptions to certain J visa categories. However, existing visas in these categories remain valid.
    Transiting USA: you cannot enter or transit the USA if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection. Those transiting to the USA from outside these areas will need to get a visa or an Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA) visa waiver. You should consult the US State Department website to determine which you will need. US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visa holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements.
    Quarantine requirements: those allowed entry to most parts of the USA are advised by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to ‘stay at home’ as much as possible for 14 days following arrival. Those arriving into the District of Columbia on non-essential international travel, and from certain high-risk states, are required to self-isolate on arrival for 14 days. This advisory and the full list of currently affected states is available on the CDC website. You should check the list frequently as it is likely to change, sometimes daily, as rates of COVID-19 transmission increase or decrease.

    Internal Restrictions:
    Many airports in the USA have implemented safety measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. Some states have rules in place requiring travellers from other states, with high rates of COVID-19, to quarantine for 14 days or to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. Check the website of the airport you are flying into or transiting to see how these could affect you. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut issued a travel advisory Wednesday 24 June that requires people arriving from US states with significant community spread of COVID-19 to quarantine for 14 days. Before travelling you should check the websites of the relevant state governments. Further information can be found on the CDC website. The list of states to which that advisory applies is updated daily and can be found on the websites of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut’s state governments. A number of US states have mandated the use of masks and face coverings while in public. These will vary from state to state. You should consult the website of the state to which you are travelling. Contact details are found on the US.GOV website. Further restrictions will vary locally with some states relaxing lockdown procedures while others are pausing or reversing their re-openings. Penalties for breaches of regulations will vary between each state and may sometimes vary in different areas in the same state. Hotels are re-opening across the USA but will be operating at capacities dictated by local rules and regulations. Local regulations on shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities will likely be following measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. You should be aware that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. You should follow local media and any guidance issued by local authorities.
    Hawaii: Hawaii set to welcome Canadians without quarantine restrictions starting 1 September. In Honolulu the Stay-at-home order was extended until 23 September because of COVID-19.

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    19.10.2020
  • USA U.S. advises ‘reconsider travel’ to China, Hong Kong (U.S. Department of State, 14.09.2020). U.S. warns against travel to Sirnak and Hakkari provinces in Turkey, near Syrian border. (U.S. Department of State, 27.08.2020) Tri-state officials add Delaware and Alaska to quarantine list (Steuben courier, 19.08.2020). U.S. will extend ban on nonessential travel at land borders with Canada and Mexico through 21 September (Reuters, 14.08.2020)

    *****International Restrictions:
    Since 16 March, it is not possible for many nationals to enter the USA if they have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visas holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements. New and renewed Green Cards (a Permanent Resident Card) are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. However, existing Green Cards remain valid.
    New and renewed H1-B, H2-B, J and L visas are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. There are some exemptions to certain J visa categories. However, existing visas in these categories remain valid.
    You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection. Those allowed entry to the USA must be prepared to self-isolate for up to 14 days after arrival.
    You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection. Further Presidential proclamations may follow, which could place further restrictions on foreign nationals seeking to travel to/from the USA. For further information please refer to the US Government’s travel page.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Many airports in the USA have implemented safety measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. Some states have rules in place requiring travellers from other states, with high rates of COVID-19, to quarantine for 14 days or to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. Check the website of the airport you are flying into or transiting to see how these could affect you. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut issued a travel advisory Wednesday 24 June that requires people arriving from US states with significant community spread of COVID-19 to quarantine for 14 days. Before travelling you should check the websites of the relevant state governments. Further information can be found on the CDC website. The list of states to which that advisory applies is updated daily and can be found on the websites of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut’s state governments. A number of US states have mandated the use of masks and face coverings while in public. These will vary from state to state. You should consult the website of the state to which you are travelling. Contact details are found on the US.GOV website. Further restrictions will vary locally with some states relaxing lockdown procedures while others are pausing or reversing their re-openings. Penalties for breaches of regulations will vary between each state and may sometimes vary in different areas in the same state. Hotels are re-opening across the USA but will be operating at capacities dictated by local rules and regulations. Local regulations on shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities will likely be following measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. You should be aware that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. You should follow local media and any guidance issued by local authorities.
    Hawaii: Hawaii set to welcome Canadians without quarantine restrictions starting 1 September. In Honolulu the Stay-at-home order was extended until 23 September because of COVID-19.

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    14.09.2020
  • USA U.S. warns against travel to Sirnak and Hakkari provinces in Turkey, near Syrian border. (U.S. Department of State, 27.08.2020)Tri-state officials add Delaware and Alaska to quarantine list (Steuben courier, 19.08.2020). U.S. will extend ban on nonessential travel at land borders with Canada and Mexico through 21 September (Reuters, 14.08.2020)

    *****International Restrictions:
    Since 16 March, it is not possible for many nationals to enter the USA if they have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visas holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements. New and renewed Green Cards (a Permanent Resident Card) are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. However, existing Green Cards remain valid.
    New and renewed H1-B, H2-B, J and L visas are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. There are some exemptions to certain J visa categories. However, existing visas in these categories remain valid.
    You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/]. Those allowed entry to the USA must be prepared to self-isolate for up to 14 days after arrival.
    You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/]. Further Presidential proclamations may follow, which could place further restrictions on foreign nationals seeking to travel to/from the USA. For further information please refer to the US Government’s travel page [https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/ea/covid-19-visa-services-and-restrictions.html].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Many airports in the USA have implemented safety measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. Some states have rules in place requiring travellers from other states, with high rates of COVID-19, to quarantine for 14 days or to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. Check the website of the airport you are flying into or transiting to see how these could affect you. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut issued a travel advisory Wednesday 24 June that requires people arriving from US states with significant community spread of COVID-19 to quarantine for 14 days. Before travelling you should check the websites of the relevant state governments. Further information can be found on the CDC website [https://www.cdc.gov/publichealthgateway/healthdirectories/healthdepartments.html]. The list of states to which that advisory applies is updated daily and can be found on the websites of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut’s state governments. A number of US states have mandated the use of masks and face coverings while in public. These will vary from state to state. You should consult the website of the state to which you are travelling. Contact details are found on the US.GOV site [https://www.usa.gov/states-and-territories]. Further restrictions will vary locally with some states relaxing lockdown procedures while others are pausing or reversing their re-openings. Penalties for breaches of regulations will vary between each state and may sometimes vary in different areas in the same state. Hotels are re-opening across the USA but will be operating at capacities dictated by local rules and regulations. Local regulations on shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities will likely be following measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. You should be aware that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. You should follow local media and any guidance issued by local authorities.
    Hawaii: Hawaii set to welcome Canadians without quarantine restrictions starting Sept. 1(CBC, 04.08.2020)

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    03.09.2020
  • USA Flights from California’s Ontario International Airport to Chicago and Houston to resume in August (Aviation Pros, 30.07.2020). Commercial flights to resume at Paine Field Airport in Snohomish, Washington, on 1 August (Intelliguide, 29.07.2020). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Thursday, 16 July the extension of a No Sail Order for all cruise ships until 30 September. (Intelliguide, 17.07.2020). Canada/ US/Mexico Borders closure to all nonessential travel to be extended for another 30 days (CBC, 14.07.2020)

    Travelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, Iran, or China, or have transited through these locations in the past 14 days, are not permitted to enter the US as of Thursday, June 18. Nationals, permanent residents, or their spouses, are exempt from this ban. Those exempt must arrive in the US through one of 15 approved airports, which are listed here (please copy and paste into your browser this link): https://www.dhs.gov/coronavirus/protecting-air-travelers-and-american-public.

    *****International Restrictions:
    Since 16 March, it is not possible for many nationals to enter the USA if they have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visas holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements. New and renewed Green Cards (a Permanent Resident Card) are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. However, existing Green Cards remain valid.
    New and renewed H1-B, H2-B, J and L visas are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. There are some exemptions to certain J visa categories. However, existing visas in these categories remain valid.
    You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/]. Those allowed entry to the USA must be prepared to self-isolate for up to 14 days after arrival.
    You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/]. Further Presidential proclamations may follow, which could place further restrictions on foreign nationals seeking to travel to/from the USA. For further information please refer to the US Government’s travel page [https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/ea/covid-19-visa-services-and-restrictions.html].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Many airports in the USA have implemented safety measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. Some states have rules in place requiring travellers from other states, with high rates of COVID-19, to quarantine for 14 days or to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. Check the website of the airport you are flying into or transiting to see how these could affect you. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut issued a travel advisory Wednesday 24 June that requires people arriving from US states with significant community spread of COVID-19 to quarantine for 14 days. Before travelling you should check the websites of the relevant state governments. Further information can be found on the CDC website [https://www.cdc.gov/publichealthgateway/healthdirectories/healthdepartments.html]. The list of states to which that advisory applies is updated daily and can be found on the websites of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut’s state governments. A number of US states have mandated the use of masks and face coverings while in public. These will vary from state to state. You should consult the website of the state to which you are travelling. Contact details are found on the US.GOV site [https://www.usa.gov/states-and-territories]. Further restrictions will vary locally with some states relaxing lockdown procedures while others are pausing or reversing their re-openings. Penalties for breaches of regulations will vary between each state and may sometimes vary in different areas in the same state. Hotels are re-opening across the USA but will be operating at capacities dictated by local rules and regulations. Local regulations on shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities will likely be following measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. You should be aware that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. You should follow local media and any guidance issued by local authorities.
    Hawaii: Hawaii set to welcome Canadians without quarantine restrictions starting Sept. 1(CBC, 04.08.2020)

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    04.08.2020
  • USA New York Expands 14-Day Travel Quarantine.
    34 states now subjected to quarantine
    The 14-day quarantine requirement is based on the number of new cases per 100,000 residents in states over the past seven days. This list initially had just nine states on it, then we saw the list expanded to 22 states, then it was expanded to 31 states, and now it’s being expanded to 34 states, plus Puerto Rico and Washington DC. The 34 states on the list now include the following:

    Alaska
    Alabama
    Arkansas
    Arizona
    California
    Delaware
    Florida
    Georgia
    Idaho
    Illinois
    Indiana
    Iowa
    Kansas
    Kentucky
    Louisiana
    Maryland
    Minnesota
    Mississippi
    Missouri
    Montana
    Nebraska
    New Mexico
    Nevada
    North Carolina
    North Dakota
    Ohio
    Oklahoma
    South Carolina
    Tennessee
    Texas
    Utah
    Virginia
    Washington
    Wisconsin
    Three more states and two territories have just been added, and none have been removed.

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    29.07.2020
  • USA The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Thursday, 16 July the extension of a No Sail Order for all cruise ships until 30 September. (Intelliguide, 17.07.2020). Canada/ US/Mexico Borders closure to all nonessential travel to be extended for another 30 days (CBC, 14.07.2020)

    Travelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, Iran, or China, or have transited through these locations in the past 14 days, are not permitted to enter the US as of Thursday, June 18. Nationals, permanent residents, or their spouses, are exempt from this ban. Those exempt must arrive in the US through one of 15 approved airports, which are listed here (please copy and paste into your browser this link): https://www.dhs.gov/coronavirus/protecting-air-travelers-and-american-public.

    *****International Restrictions:
    Since 16 March, it is not possible for many nationals to enter the USA if they have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visas holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements. New and renewed Green Cards (a Permanent Resident Card) are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. However, existing Green Cards remain valid.
    New and renewed H1-B, H2-B, J and L visas are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. There are some exemptions to certain J visa categories. However, existing visas in these categories remain valid.
    You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/]. Those allowed entry to the USA must be prepared to self-isolate for up to 14 days after arrival.
    You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/]. Further Presidential proclamations may follow, which could place further restrictions on foreign nationals seeking to travel to/from the USA. For further information please refer to the US Government’s travel page [https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/ea/covid-19-visa-services-and-restrictions.html].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Many airports in the USA have implemented safety measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. Some states have rules in place requiring travellers from other states, with high rates of COVID-19, to quarantine for 14 days or to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test. Check the website of the airport you are flying into or transiting to see how these could affect you. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut issued a travel advisory Wednesday 24 June that requires people arriving from US states with significant community spread of COVID-19 to quarantine for 14 days. The list of states to which that advisory applies is updated daily and can be found on the websites of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut’s state governments. A number of US states have mandated the use of masks and face coverings while in public. These will vary from state to state. You should consult the website of the state to which you are travelling. Contact details are found on the US.GOV site [https://www.usa.gov/states-and-territories]. Further restrictions will vary locally with some states relaxing lockdown procedures while others are pausing or reversing their re-openings. Penalties for breaches of regulations will vary between each state and may sometimes vary in different areas in the same state. Hotels are re-opening across the USA but will be operating at capacities dictated by local rules and regulations. Local regulations on shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities will likely be following measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. You should be aware that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. You should follow local media and any guidance issued by local authorities.
    Hawaii: Hawaii delayed its plan to allow out-of-state visitors to return by a month because of an increase in coronavirus cases in the state and on the U.S. mainland. (USA Today, 27.07.2020)

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    28.07.2020
  • USA The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Thursday, 16 July the extension of a No Sail Order for all cruise ships until 30 September. (Intelliguide, 17.07.2020). Canada/ US/Mexico Borders closure to all nonessential travel to be extended for another 30 days (CBC, 14.07.2020)

    Travelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, Iran, or China, or have transited through these locations in the past 14 days, are not permitted to enter the US as of Thursday, June 18. Nationals, permanent residents, or their spouses, are exempt from this ban. Those exempt must arrive in the US through one of 15 approved airports, which are listed here (please copy and paste into your browser this link): https://www.dhs.gov/coronavirus/protecting-air-travelers-and-american-public.

    *****International Restrictions:
    Since 16 March, it is not possible for many nationals to enter the USA if they have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visas holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements. New and renewed Green Cards (a Permanent Resident Card) are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. However, existing Green Cards remain valid.
    New and renewed H1-B, H2-B, J and L visas are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. There are some exemptions to certain J visa categories. However, existing visas in these categories remain valid.
    You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/]. Those allowed entry to the USA must be prepared to self-isolate for up to 14 days after arrival.
    You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/]. Further Presidential proclamations may follow, which could place further restrictions on foreign nationals seeking to travel to/from the USA. For further information please refer to the US Government’s travel page [https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/ea/covid-19-visa-services-and-restrictions.html].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Many airports in the USA have implemented safety measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. Check the website of the airport you are flying into or transiting to see how these could affect you. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut issued a travel advisory Wednesday 24 June that requires people arriving from US states with significant community spread of COVID-19 to quarantine for 14 days. The list of states to which that advisory applies is updated daily and can be found on the websites of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut’s state governments. A number of US states have mandated the use of masks and face coverings while in public. These will vary from state to state. You should consult the website of the state to which you are travelling. Contact details are found on the US.GOV site [https://www.usa.gov/states-and-territories]. Further restrictions will vary locally with some states relaxing lockdown procedures while others are pausing or reversing their re-openings. Penalties for breaches of regulations will vary between each state and may sometimes vary in different areas in the same state. Hotels are re-opening across the USA but will be operating at capacities dictated by local rules and regulations. Local regulations on shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities will likely be following measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. You should be aware that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. You should follow local media and any guidance issued by local authorities.
    Hawaii: Hawaii delayed its plan to allow out-of-state visitors to return by a month because of an increase in coronavirus cases in the state and on the U.S. mainland. (USA Today, 27.07.2020)

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    27.07.2020
  • USA The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Thursday, 16 July the extension of a No Sail Order for all cruise ships until 30 September. (Intelliguide, 17.07.2020). Canada/ US/Mexico Borders closure to all nonessential travel to be extended for another 30 days (CBC, 14.07.2020)

    Travelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, Iran, or China, or have transited through these locations in the past 14 days, are not permitted to enter the US as of Thursday, June 18. Nationals, permanent residents, or their spouses, are exempt from this ban. Those exempt must arrive in the US through one of 15 approved airports, which are listed here (please copy and paste into your browser this link): https://www.dhs.gov/coronavirus/protecting-air-travelers-and-american-public.

    *****International Restrictions:
    Since 16 March, it is not possible for many nationals to enter the USA if they have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visas holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements. New and renewed Green Cards (a Permanent Resident Card) are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. However, existing Green Cards remain valid.
    New and renewed H1-B, H2-B, J and L visas are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. There are some exemptions to certain J visa categories. However, existing visas in these categories remain valid.
    You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/]. Those allowed entry to the USA must be prepared to self-isolate for up to 14 days after arrival.
    You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/]. Further Presidential proclamations may follow, which could place further restrictions on foreign nationals seeking to travel to/from the USA. For further information please refer to the US Government’s travel page [https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/ea/covid-19-visa-services-and-restrictions.html].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Many airports in the USA have implemented safety measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. Check the website of the airport you are flying into or transiting to see how these could affect you. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut issued a travel advisory Wednesday 24 June that requires people arriving from US states with significant community spread of COVID-19 to quarantine for 14 days. The list of states to which that advisory applies is updated daily and can be found on the websites of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut’s state governments. A number of US states have mandated the use of masks and face coverings while in public. These will vary from state to state. You should consult the website of the state to which you are travelling. Contact details are found on the US.GOV site [https://www.usa.gov/states-and-territories]. Further restrictions will vary locally with some states relaxing lockdown procedures while others are pausing or reversing their re-openings. Penalties for breaches of regulations will vary between each state and may sometimes vary in different areas in the same state. Hotels are re-opening across the USA but will be operating at capacities dictated by local rules and regulations. Local regulations on shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities will likely be following measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. You should be aware that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. You should follow local media and any guidance issued by local authorities.

    Read more
    22.07.2020
  • USA The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Thursday, 16 July the extension of a No Sail Order for all cruise ships until 30 September. (Intelliguide, 17.07.2020). Canada/ US/Mexico Borders closure to all nonessential travel to be extended for another 30 days (CBC, 14.07.2020)

    Travelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, Iran, or China, or have transited through these locations in the past 14 days, are not permitted to enter the US as of Thursday, June 18. Nationals, permanent residents, or their spouses, are exempt from this ban. Those exempt must arrive in the US through one of 15 approved airports, which are listed here (please copy and paste into your browser this link): https://www.dhs.gov/coronavirus/protecting-air-travelers-and-american-public.

    *****International Restrictions:
    Since 16 March, it is not possible for many nationals to enter the USA if they have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visas holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements. New and renewed Green Cards (a Permanent Resident Card) are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. However, existing Green Cards remain valid.
    New and renewed H1-B, H2-B, J and L visas are not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020. There are some exemptions to certain J visa categories. However, existing visas in these categories remain valid.
    You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil, or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, please check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Many airports in the USA have implemented safety measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. Check the website of the airport you are flying into or transiting to see how these could affect you. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut issued a travel advisory Wednesday 24 June that requires people arriving from US states with significant community spread of COVID-19 to quarantine for 14 days. The list of states to which that advisory applies is updated daily and can be found on the websites of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut’s state governments. A number of US states have mandated the use of masks and face coverings while in public. These will vary from state to state. You should consult the website of the state to which you are travelling. Contact details are found on the US.GOV site [https://www.usa.gov/states-and-territories]. Further restrictions will vary locally with some states relaxing lockdown procedures while others are pausing or reversing their re-openings. Penalties for breaches of regulations will vary between each state and may sometimes vary in different areas in the same state. Hotels are re-opening across the USA but will be operating at capacities dictated by local rules and regulations. Local regulations on shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities will likely be following measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. You should be aware that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. You should follow local media and any guidance issued by local authorities.

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    17.07.2020
  • USA In late June New York announced a travel quarantine, and that has now been expanded.
    22 states now subjected to quarantine
    The 14-day quarantine requirement is based on the number of new cases per 100,000 residents in states over the past seven days. This list initially had just nine states on it, but that has now been expanded to the following 22 states:

    Alabama
    Arkansas
    Arizona
    California
    Florida
    Georgia
    Iowa
    Idaho
    Louisiana
    Kansas
    Mississippi
    Minnesota
    New Mexico
    Nevada
    North Carolina
    Ohio
    Oklahoma
    South Carolina
    Tennessee
    Texas
    Utah
    Wisconsin

    New York Adds Coronavirus Quarantine Checkpoints

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    15.07.2020
  • USA Travelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, Iran, or China, or have transited through these locations in the past 14 days, are not permitted to enter the US as of Thursday, June 18. Nationals, permanent residents, or their spouses, are exempt from this ban. Those exempt must arrive in the US through one of 15 approved airports, which are listed here (please copy and paste into your browser this link): https://www.dhs.gov/coronavirus/protecting-air-travelers-and-american-public.

    *****International Restrictions:
    Since 16 March, it is not possible for many British nationals to enter the USA if they have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visas holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements. A Presidential Executive Order of 22 June means that further restrictions on certain visas (H1-B, H2-B, J and L) will be put in place from 24 June. To see if you are affected please refer to the US Government’s travel page. Those allowed entry to the USA must be prepared to self-isolate for up to 14 days after arrival. The new restrictions limit the number of airports to which flights from international destinations can operate to the USA. The 13 airports are: JFK (New York); EWR (Newark)
    IAD (Washington DC); BOS (Boston); ORD (Chicago); DTW (Detroit); MIA (Miami); ATL (Atlanta); DFW (Dallas); LAX (Los Angeles); SEA (Seattle); SFO (San Francisco); HNL (Honolulu). You cannot transit the USA on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/]

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    Many airports in the USA have implemented safety measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. Check the website of the airport you are flying into or transiting to see how these could affect you. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut issued a travel advisory Wednesday 24 June that requires people arriving from US states with significant community spread of COVID-19 to quarantine for 14 days. The list of states to which that advisory applies is updated daily and can be found on the websites of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut’s state governments. A number of US states have mandated the use of masks and face coverings while in public. These will vary from state to state. You should consult the website of the state to which you are travelling. Contact details are found on the US.GOV site [https://www.usa.gov/states-and-territories]. Further restrictions will vary locally with some states relaxing lockdown procedures while others are pausing or reversing their re-openings. Penalties for breaches of regulations will vary between each state and may sometimes vary in different areas in the same state. Hotels are re-opening across the USA but will be operating at capacities dictated by local rules and regulations. Local regulations on shops, restaurants, bars, beaches and other leisure activities will likely be following measures designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. You should be aware that public places likely to attract large crowds may be closed at short notice. You should follow local media and any guidance issued by local authorities.

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    09.07.2020
  • USA
    Travelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, Iran, or China, or have transited through these locations in the past 14 days, are not permitted to enter the US as of Thursday, June 18. Nationals, permanent residents, or their spouses, are exempt from this ban. Those exempt must arrive in the US through one of 15 approved airports, which are listed here (please copy and paste into your browser this link): https://www.dhs.gov/coronavirus/protecting-air-travelers-and-american-public.

    *****International Restrictions:
    Since 16 March, it is not possible for many travellers to enter the USA if they have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visas holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements. A Presidential Executive Order of 22 June means that further restrictions on certain visas (H1-B, H2-B, J and L) will be put in place from 24 June. To see if you are affected please refer to the US Government’s travel page [https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/ea/covid-19-visa-services-and-restrictions.html].
    Those allowed entry to the USA must be prepared to self-isolate for up to 14 days after arrival. The new restrictions limit the number of airports to which flights from international destinations can operate to the USA. The 13 airports are: JFK (New York); EWR (Newark); IAD (Washington DC); BOS (Boston); ORD (Chicago); DTW (Detroit); MIA (Miami); ATL (Atlanta); DFW (Dallas); LAX (Los Angeles); SEA (Seattle); SFO (San Francisco); HNL (Honolulu).
    Transiting the USA is possible on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    All 50 US states, as well as Puerto Rico (US), the US Virgin Islands (US), and Washington (DC) have declared a state of emergency or public health emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have closed non-essential businesses and issued ‘stay at home’ orders, which prohibit all non-essential movement within their borders. Most have deployed National Guard personnel to assist emergency responders. Some states have ordered quarantines for travellers arriving from other parts of the US. Non-compliant travellers may face large fines or incarceration.
    The US government announced that land border restrictions with Canada and Mexico will be extended through July 21. The measures, which were due to expire on Monday, June 22, limit border crossings to those who are entering for essential work such as truck drivers, healthcare professionals, and airline crew. Connecticut, New Jersey, New York states to require visitors from COVID-19 hot spots to quarantine for 14 days (NBC, 24.06.2020).
    Chicago: mayor orders people arriving from 15 states to quarantine for 14 days. The order is set to take effect at 12:01 a.m. Monday 6 July and remain in effect until further notice. (NBC, 03.07.2020)
    New Jersey: NJ Transit restarted operations full weekday service on all of its rail lines and light rail lines on 6 July. NJ Transit buses returned to full service early last month. (Wcbsfm, 06.07.2020)

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    06.07.2020
  • USA Chicago: mayor orders people arriving from 15 states to quarantine for 14 days. The order is set to take effect at 12:01 a.m. Monday 6 July and remain in effect until further notice. (NBC, 03.07.2020)

    Travelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, Iran, or China, or have transited through these locations in the past 14 days, are not permitted to enter the US as of Thursday, June 18. Nationals, permanent residents, or their spouses, are exempt from this ban. Those exempt must arrive in the US through one of 15 approved airports, which are listed here (please copy and paste into your browser this link): https://www.dhs.gov/coronavirus/protecting-air-travelers-and-american-public.

    *****International Restrictions:
    Since 16 March, it is not possible for many travellers to enter the USA if they have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visas holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements. A Presidential Executive Order of 22 June means that further restrictions on certain visas (H1-B, H2-B, J and L) will be put in place from 24 June. To see if you are affected please refer to the US Government’s travel page [https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/ea/covid-19-visa-services-and-restrictions.html].
    Those allowed entry to the USA must be prepared to self-isolate for up to 14 days after arrival. The new restrictions limit the number of airports to which flights from international destinations can operate to the USA. The 13 airports are: JFK (New York); EWR (Newark); IAD (Washington DC); BOS (Boston); ORD (Chicago); DTW (Detroit); MIA (Miami); ATL (Atlanta); DFW (Dallas); LAX (Los Angeles); SEA (Seattle); SFO (San Francisco); HNL (Honolulu).
    Transiting the USA is possible on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    All 50 US states, as well as Puerto Rico (US), the US Virgin Islands (US), and Washington (DC) have declared a state of emergency or public health emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have closed non-essential businesses and issued ‘stay at home’ orders, which prohibit all non-essential movement within their borders. Most have deployed National Guard personnel to assist emergency responders. Some states have ordered quarantines for travellers arriving from other parts of the US. Non-compliant travellers may face large fines or incarceration.
    The US government announced that land border restrictions with Canada and Mexico will be extended through July 21. The measures, which were due to expire on Monday, June 22, limit border crossings to those who are entering for essential work such as truck drivers, healthcare professionals, and airline crew. Connecticut, New Jersey, New York states to require visitors from COVID-19 hot spots to quarantine for 14 days (NBC, 24.06.2020).

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    04.07.2020
  • USA Chicago’s 14-day travel quarantine requirement
    An Emergency Travel Order has been issued for Chicago, requiring a 14-day quarantine when traveling to Chicago from a state experiencing a surge in new COVID-19 cases:

    This applies as of 12:01AM on Monday, July 6
    This applies to individuals arriving in the city of Chicago, while they are in the city (it doesn’t matter whether you’re returning home or are visiting Chicago from out of state)
    This restriction will apply to people coming from states that have a case rate greater than 15 new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 resident population, per day, over a seven day rolling average
    The list of restricted states will be updated every Tuesday according to the above methodology
    Essential workers aren’t subjected to this policy
    The order is in effect until further notice
    Those who violate the order are subject to fines of $100-500 per day, up to $7,000
    I don’t see anything regarding how this will be enforced; it doesn’t seem that you have to register where you’ll be quarantining, etc.
    Which states are subject to Chicago’s quarantine requirement?
    Based on the current new COVID-19 cases, travel from the following 15 states is covered under this order:

    Alabama
    Arkansas
    Arizona
    California
    Florida
    Georgia
    Idaho
    Louisiana
    Mississippi
    North Carolina
    Nevada
    South Carolina
    Tennessee
    Texas
    Utah
    My take on “domestic” quarantines
    A few thoughts, as we’re seeing an increasing number of cities and states add travel quarantine requirements:

    I’m not opposed to this in general, but at some point the logistics could get complicated, given that in some cases the restrictions are based on city, and in other cases they’re based on state
    This makes planning even domestic travel virtually impossible, since the list of restricted states will constantly be changing
    I do wonder to what extent this will be enforced, and therefore to what extent people will adhere to this policy; Hawaii has done a good job enforcing travel restrictions, but here the greatest risk seems like a $100-500 daily fine
    While testing is challenging again in some areas, it sure would be nice if there were an option to be tested either before or after travel to skip the 14-day quarantine

    Chicago Adds 14-Day Travel Quarantine

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    03.07.2020
  • USA Domestic flights are resuming from July/August from at Memphis International Airport. (Daily Memphian, 01.07.2020)
    Travelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, Iran, or China, or have transited through these locations in the past 14 days, are not permitted to enter the US as of Thursday, June 18. Nationals, permanent residents, or their spouses, are exempt from this ban. Those exempt must arrive in the US through one of 15 approved airports, which are listed here (please copy and paste into your browser this link): https://www.dhs.gov/coronavirus/protecting-air-travelers-and-american-public.

    *****International Restrictions:
    Since 16 March, it is not possible for many travellers to enter the USA if they have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visas holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements. A Presidential Executive Order of 22 June means that further restrictions on certain visas (H1-B, H2-B, J and L) will be put in place from 24 June. To see if you are affected please refer to the US Government’s travel page [https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/ea/covid-19-visa-services-and-restrictions.html].
    Those allowed entry to the USA must be prepared to self-isolate for up to 14 days after arrival. The new restrictions limit the number of airports to which flights from international destinations can operate to the USA. The 13 airports are: JFK (New York); EWR (Newark); IAD (Washington DC); BOS (Boston); ORD (Chicago); DTW (Detroit); MIA (Miami); ATL (Atlanta); DFW (Dallas); LAX (Los Angeles); SEA (Seattle); SFO (San Francisco); HNL (Honolulu).
    Transiting the USA is possible on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    All 50 US states, as well as Puerto Rico (US), the US Virgin Islands (US), and Washington (DC) have declared a state of emergency or public health emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have closed non-essential businesses and issued ‘stay at home’ orders, which prohibit all non-essential movement within their borders. Most have deployed National Guard personnel to assist emergency responders. Some states have ordered quarantines for travellers arriving from other parts of the US. Non-compliant travellers may face large fines or incarceration.
    The US government announced that land border restrictions with Canada and Mexico will be extended through July 21. The measures, which were due to expire on Monday, June 22, limit border crossings to those who are entering for essential work such as truck drivers, healthcare professionals, and airline crew. Connecticut, New Jersey, New York states to require visitors from COVID-19 hot spots to quarantine for 14 days (NBC, 24.06.2020).

    Read more
    01.07.2020
  • USA Connecticut, New Jersey, New York states to require visitors from COVID-19 hot spots to quarantine for 14 days (NBC, 24.06.2020).
    Travelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, Iran, or China, or have transited through these locations in the past 14 days, are not permitted to enter the US as of Thursday, June 18. Nationals, permanent residents, or their spouses, are exempt from this ban. Those exempt must arrive in the US through one of 15 approved airports, which are listed here (please copy and paste into your browser this link): https://www.dhs.gov/coronavirus/protecting-air-travelers-and-american-public.

    *****International Restrictions:
    Since 16 March, it is not possible for many travellers to enter the USA if they have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. US citizens and permanent residents of the USA, certain specified close family members and certain other limited categories of visas holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) are exempt. They will still be able to enter the USA, subject to normal entry requirements. A Presidential Executive Order of 22 June means that further restrictions on certain visas (H1-B, H2-B, J and L) will be put in place from 24 June. To see if you are affected please refer to the US Government’s travel page [https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/ea/covid-19-visa-services-and-restrictions.html].
    Those allowed entry to the USA must be prepared to self-isolate for up to 14 days after arrival. The new restrictions limit the number of airports to which flights from international destinations can operate to the USA. The 13 airports are: JFK (New York); EWR (Newark); IAD (Washington DC); BOS (Boston); ORD (Chicago); DTW (Detroit); MIA (Miami); ATL (Atlanta); DFW (Dallas); LAX (Los Angeles); SEA (Seattle); SFO (San Francisco); HNL (Honolulu).
    Transiting the USA is possible on an ESTA visa waiver if you have been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran or China within the previous 14 days. For further information on the validity of ESTAs, check the advice from US Customs and Border Protection [https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/].

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    All 50 US states, as well as Puerto Rico (US), the US Virgin Islands (US), and Washington (DC) have declared a state of emergency or public health emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have closed non-essential businesses and issued ‘stay at home’ orders, which prohibit all non-essential movement within their borders. Most have deployed National Guard personnel to assist emergency responders. Some states have ordered quarantines for travellers arriving from other parts of the US. Non-compliant travellers may face large fines or incarceration.
    The US government announced that land border restrictions with Canada and Mexico will be extended through July 21. The measures, which were due to expire on Monday, June 22, limit border crossings to those who are entering for essential work such as truck drivers, healthcare professionals, and airline crew.

    Read more
    28.06.2020
  • USA Today it has been announced that travelers arriving in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, from regions with high COVID-19 infection rates, will be subjected to a 14-day quarantine.

    Which states will be subject to the quarantine requirement?
    The 14-day quarantine requirement will be based on the number of new cases per 100,000 residents in states over the past seven days. This will be adjusted constantly, but for now visitors from the following states will be subjected to the quarantine requirement:

    Alabama
    Arkansas
    Arizona
    Florida
    North Carolina
    South Carolina
    Texas
    Utah
    Washington
    Not that I’m expecting many people to be traveling to these states for fun right now, but the constant updates of states sure makes it impossible to plan future travel there, since you don’t know if you’ll be subjected to a 14-day quarantine or not.

    It also remains to be seen how enforcement of this 14-day quarantine will work. While everyone will hopefully observe this requirement, up until this point we’ve seen states take very different approaches when it comes to quarantine enforcement.

    For example, Hawaii has been the most consistent state when it comes to travel restrictions, as the state has required a 14-day quarantine for several months now. What has set Hawaii apart is that violating the quarantine has been subjected to a $5,000 fine or one year in prison, which has caused people to mostly actually follow the requirement.

    Given the lack of responsibility some people show, I think it’s safe to say that many people may not obey the quarantine requirement unless the punishments are strict.

    New York Adds Coronavirus Quarantine Checkpoints

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    25.06.2020
  • USA Travelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, Iran, or China, or have transited through these locations in the past 14 days, are not permitted to enter the US as of Thursday, June 18. Nationals, permanent residents, or their spouses, are exempt from this ban. Those exempt must arrive in the US through one of 15 approved airports, which are listed here (please copy and paste into your browser this link): https://www.dhs.gov/coronavirus/protecting-air-travelers-and-american-public.

    1. Passengers who have transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or in the United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe), in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter the USA.
    -This does not apply to:
    – nationals and permanent residents of the USA;
    – spouses of nationals and of permanent residents of the USA;
    – parents/legal guardians of an unmarried and younger than 21 years national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – the unmarried and younger than 21 years brother or sister of a national or permanent resident of the USA, who is unmarried and younger than 21 years;
    – the child/foster child/ward of a national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – passengers with the following visas: A-1, A-2, C-1, C-1/D, C-2, C-3, D, E-1(as an employee of TECRO or TECO or the employee’s immediate family members), G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, IR-4, IH-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, or NATO-6 visa;
    – members of the U.S. Armed Forces, spouses, and children of members of the U.S. Armed Forces;
    – passengers with evidence of traveling at the invitation of the USA government for a purpose related to the containment/mitigation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19);
    – passengers with documents issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, or U.S. Department of State indicating that the passenger is exempt from the restriction;
    – B1 crew crewmembers that are engaged in lightering, Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) activity, wind farm activity, private air/sea crew and other similar crewmember actives.
    2. Passengers who have been in one of the countries listed in bullet number 1 in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must arrive at one of the following airports: Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas, (DFW), Detroit (DTW), Ft. Lauderdale (FLL), Honolulu (HNL), Housten (IAH), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK or EWR), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA) and Washington (IAD).
    3. Passengers who have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe) in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must self-quarantine for 14 days once they reach their final destination.
    4. Passports issued to nationals of Belarus which have expired between 30 April 2020 and 31 July 2020, are considered valid with an extension of 3 months.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    All 50 US states, as well as Puerto Rico (US), the US Virgin Islands (US), and Washington (DC) have declared a state of emergency or public health emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have closed non-essential businesses and issued ‘stay at home’ orders, which prohibit all non-essential movement within their borders. Most have deployed National Guard personnel to assist emergency responders. Some states have ordered quarantines for travellers arriving from other parts of the US. Non-compliant travellers may face large fines or incarceration.
    The US government announced that land border restrictions with Canada and Mexico will be extended through July 21. The measures, which were due to expire on Monday, June 22, limit border crossings to those who are entering for essential work such as truck drivers, healthcare professionals, and airline crew.

    *****Relaxation to restrictions:
    New York City to begin first phase of reopening in second week of June (Reuters, 28.05.2020).

    Read more
    22.06.2020
  • USA Hawaii will continue to require a 14-day self quarantine upon arrival for anyone arriving from out-of-state through at least July 31, 2020. This represents a one month extension over the previous policy. Presumably this has the potential to be extended once again.

    11.06.2020
  • USA Canadian Border closure to all nonessential travel to be extended beyond 21 June (CBC, 10.06.2020)

    1. Passengers who have transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or in the United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe), in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter the USA.
    -This does not apply to:
    – nationals and permanent residents of the USA;
    – spouses of nationals and of permanent residents of the USA;
    – parents/legal guardians of an unmarried and younger than 21 years national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – the unmarried and younger than 21 years brother or sister of a national or permanent resident of the USA, who is unmarried and younger than 21 years;
    – the child/foster child/ward of a national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – passengers with the following visas: A-1, A-2, C-1, C-1/D, C-2, C-3, D, E-1(as an employee of TECRO or TECO or the employee’s immediate family members), G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, IR-4, IH-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, or NATO-6 visa;
    – members of the U.S. Armed Forces, spouses, and children of members of the U.S. Armed Forces;
    – passengers with evidence of traveling at the invitation of the USA government for a purpose related to the containment/mitigation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19);
    – passengers with documents issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, or U.S. Department of State indicating that the passenger is exempt from the restriction;
    – B1 crew crewmembers that are engaged in lightering, Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) activity, wind farm activity, private air/sea crew and other similar crewmember actives.
    2. Passengers who have been in one of the countries listed in bullet number 1 in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must arrive at one of the following airports: Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas, (DFW), Detroit (DTW), Ft. Lauderdale (FLL), Honolulu (HNL), Housten (IAH), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK or EWR), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA) and Washington (IAD).
    3. Passengers who have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe) in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must self-quarantine for 14 days once they reach their final destination.
    4. Passports issued to nationals of Belarus which have expired between 30 April 2020 and 31 July 2020, are considered valid with an extension of 3 months.

    Internal restrictions:

    All 50 US states, as well as Puerto Rico (US), the US Virgin Islands (US), and Washington (DC) have declared a state of emergency or public health emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have closed non-essential businesses and issued ‘stay at home’ orders, which prohibit all non-essential movement within their borders. Most have deployed National Guard personnel to assist emergency responders. Some states have ordered quarantines for travellers arriving from other parts of the US. Non-compliant travellers may face large fines or incarceration.

    Relaxation to restrictions:
    New York City to begin first phase of reopening in second week of June (Reuters, 28.05.2020).

    Read more
    08.06.2020
  • USA Canadian Border closure to all nonessential travel to be extended beyond 21 June (CBC, 10.06.2020)

    1. Passengers who have transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or in the United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe), in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter the USA.
    -This does not apply to:
    – nationals and permanent residents of the USA;
    – spouses of nationals and of permanent residents of the USA;
    – parents/legal guardians of an unmarried and younger than 21 years national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – the unmarried and younger than 21 years brother or sister of a national or permanent resident of the USA, who is unmarried and younger than 21 years;
    – the child/foster child/ward of a national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – passengers with the following visas: A-1, A-2, C-1, C-1/D, C-2, C-3, D, E-1(as an employee of TECRO or TECO or the employee’s immediate family members), G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, IR-4, IH-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, or NATO-6 visa;
    – members of the U.S. Armed Forces, spouses, and children of members of the U.S. Armed Forces;
    – passengers with evidence of traveling at the invitation of the USA government for a purpose related to the containment/mitigation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19);
    – passengers with documents issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, or U.S. Department of State indicating that the passenger is exempt from the restriction;
    – B1 crew crewmembers that are engaged in lightering, Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) activity, wind farm activity, private air/sea crew and other similar crewmember actives.
    2. Passengers who have been in one of the countries listed in bullet number 1 in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must arrive at one of the following airports: Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas, (DFW), Detroit (DTW), Ft. Lauderdale (FLL), Honolulu (HNL), Housten (IAH), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK or EWR), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA) and Washington (IAD).
    3. Passengers who have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe) in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must self-quarantine for 14 days once they reach their final destination.

    Internal restrictions:

    All 50 US states, as well as Puerto Rico (US), the US Virgin Islands (US), and Washington (DC) have declared a state of emergency or public health emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have closed non-essential businesses and issued ‘stay at home’ orders, which prohibit all non-essential movement within their borders. Most have deployed National Guard personnel to assist emergency responders. Some states have ordered quarantines for travellers arriving from other parts of the US. Non-compliant travellers may face large fines or incarceration.

    Relaxation to restrictions:
    New York City to begin first phase of reopening in second week of June (Reuters, 28.05.2020).

    Read more
    04.06.2020
  • USA U.S. government expected to suspend passenger flights from China amid escalation in tensions (CNBC News, 03.06.2020). Hawaii to extend 14-day quarantine beyond 30 June for all arrivals (AP, 28.05.2020). U.S. government bans travel to, from Brazil (AP,24.05.2020). U.S. government extends ban on nonessential travel with Canada and Mexico shared borders through 22 June (Reuters, 19.05.2020).

    1. Passengers who have transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or in the United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe), in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter the USA.
    -This does not apply to:
    – nationals and permanent residents of the USA;
    – spouses of nationals and of permanent residents of the USA;
    – parents/legal guardians of an unmarried and younger than 21 years national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – the unmarried and younger than 21 years brother or sister of a national or permanent resident of the USA, who is unmarried and younger than 21 years;
    – the child/foster child/ward of a national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – passengers with the following visas: A-1, A-2, C-1, C-1/D, C-2, C-3, D, E-1(as an employee of TECRO or TECO or the employee’s immediate family members), G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, IR-4, IH-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, or NATO-6 visa;
    – members of the U.S. Armed Forces, spouses, and children of members of the U.S. Armed Forces;
    – passengers with evidence of traveling at the invitation of the USA government for a purpose related to the containment/mitigation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19);
    – passengers with documents issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, or U.S. Department of State indicating that the passenger is exempt from the restriction;
    – B1 crew crewmembers that are engaged in lightering, Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) activity, wind farm activity, private air/sea crew and other similar crewmember actives.
    2. Passengers who have been in one of the countries listed in bullet number 1 in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must arrive at one of the following airports: Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas, (DFW), Detroit (DTW), Ft. Lauderdale (FLL), Honolulu (HNL), Housten (IAH), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK or EWR), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA) and Washington (IAD).
    3. Passengers who have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe) in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must self-quarantine for 14 days once they reach their final destination.

    Internal restrictions:

    All 50 US states, as well as Puerto Rico (US), the US Virgin Islands (US), and Washington (DC) have declared a state of emergency or public health emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have closed non-essential businesses and issued ‘stay at home’ orders, which prohibit all non-essential movement within their borders. Most have deployed National Guard personnel to assist emergency responders. Some states have ordered quarantines for travellers arriving from other parts of the US. Non-compliant travellers may face large fines or incarceration.

    Relaxation to restrictions:
    New York City to begin first phase of reopening in second week of June (Reuters, 28.05.2020).

    Read more
    03.06.2020
  • USA Hawaii to extend 14-day quarantine beyond 30 June for all arrivals (AP, 28.05.2020). New York City to begin first phase of reopening in second week of June (Reuters, 28.05.2020). U.S. government bans travel to, from Brazil (AP,24.05.2020). U.S. government extends ban on nonessential travel with Canada and Mexico shared borders through 22 June (Reuters, 19.05.2020).

    1. Passengers who have transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or in the United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe), in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter the USA.
    -This does not apply to:
    – nationals and permanent residents of the USA;
    – spouses of nationals and of permanent residents of the USA;
    – parents/legal guardians of an unmarried and younger than 21 years national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – the unmarried and younger than 21 years brother or sister of a national or permanent resident of the USA, who is unmarried and younger than 21 years;
    – the child/foster child/ward of a national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – passengers with the following visas: A-1, A-2, C-1, C-1/D, C-2, C-3, D, E-1(as an employee of TECRO or TECO or the employee’s immediate family members), G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, IR-4, IH-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, or NATO-6 visa;
    – members of the U.S. Armed Forces, spouses, and children of members of the U.S. Armed Forces;
    – passengers with evidence of traveling at the invitation of the USA government for a purpose related to the containment/mitigation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19);
    – passengers with documents issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, or U.S. Department of State indicating that the passenger is exempt from the restriction;
    – B1 crew crewmembers that are engaged in lightering, Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) activity, wind farm activity, private air/sea crew and other similar crewmember actives.
    2. Passengers who have been in one of the countries listed in bullet number 1 in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must arrive at one of the following airports: Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas, (DFW), Detroit (DTW), Ft. Lauderdale (FLL), Honolulu (HNL), Housten (IAH), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK or EWR), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA) and Washington (IAD).
    3. Passengers who have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe) in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must self-quarantine for 14 days once they reach their final destination.

    Internal restrictions:

    All 50 US states, as well as Puerto Rico (US), the US Virgin Islands (US), and Washington (DC) have declared a state of emergency or public health emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have closed non-essential businesses and issued ‘stay at home’ orders, which prohibit all non-essential movement within their borders. Most have deployed National Guard personnel to assist emergency responders. Some states have ordered quarantines for travellers arriving from other parts of the US. Non-compliant travellers may face large fines or incarceration.

    Read more
    27.05.2020
  • USA US introduces Brazil travel ban
    Brazil has seen an explosion of COVID-19 cases in recent weeks, and is now the country with the second most cases (after the United States).

    The United States will ban non-Americans who have been to Brazil in the past 14 days from entering. This will take effect as of 11:59PM ET on Thursday, May 28, 2020, though anyone onboard a scheduled flight prior to that time will be allowed in. No end date has been given for this yet.

    As the decision is described:

    The potential for undetected transmission of the virus by infected individuals seeking to enter the United States from the Federative Republic of Brazil threatens the security of our transportation system and infrastructure and the national security, and I have determined that it is in the interests of the United States to take action to restrict and suspend the entry into the United States, as immigrants or nonimmigrants, of all aliens who were physically present within the Federative Republic of Brazil during the 14-day period preceding their entry or attempted entry into the United States.

    Read more
    25.05.2020
  • USA

    International restrictions:

    US nationals will be allowed to return after ‘appropriate screening’. Those returning from China’s Hubei province are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine.
    Entry is suspended until further notice for non-US nationals who have been to the following regions in the preceding 14 days:
    Mainland China.
    Iran.
    The Schengen Area of Europe, to include Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
    The United Kingdom and Ireland.
    Permanent residents of the US, immediate family members of US citizens and travellers on A-1, A-2, C-2, C-3, E-1, G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, and NATO-6 visas are exempt from regional restrictions and will be allowed to return.
    All international travellers who are permitted to enter should expect heightened screening measures and will be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days after their return.
    All flights from China are being re-routed through 11 airports: Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW); Daniel K Inouye International (HNL); Detroit Metropolitan (DTW); Hartsfield-Jackson International (ATL); John F Kennedy International (JFK); Los Angeles International (LAX); Newark Liberty International (EWR); O’Hare International (ORD); San Francisco International (SFO); Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA); Washington Dulles International (IAD).
    Ground borders with Canada and Mexico will remain closed to non-essential travel until 20 May. Essential travel may continue.
    The Department of State has issued a Global Health Advisory at level 4 (Do Not Travel) advising US citizens to avoid all international travel, and for US citizens already abroad to immediately return to the US unless they are prepared to remain abroad for an indefinite period.

    Internal restrictions:

    All 50 US states, as well as Puerto Rico (US), the US Virgin Islands (US), and Washington (DC) have declared a state of emergency or public health emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have closed non-essential businesses and issued ‘stay at home’ orders, which prohibit all non-essential movement within their borders. Most have deployed National Guard personnel to assist emergency responders.
    Some states have ordered quarantines for travellers arriving from other parts of the US. Non-compliant travellers may face large fines or incarceration.
    State by state restrictions:

    Alabama

    Until 22 May: A ‘Safer at Home’ order is in place which asks people to stay home where possible and practice social distancing.
    Until 22 May: Some retail locations are allowed to reopen with social distancing measures as well as sanitisation, but are only allowed to operate at 50% capacity beginning 1 May. Restaurants offering dine-in services must limit party sizes to no more than 8 persons and maintain at least six feet of separation between tables. Most entertainment and athletic activities remain suspended.
    Until 22 May: Non-work related gatherings of ten or more people are banned.
    It is recommended but not mandatory to wear face masks in public. The city of Birmingham requires masks to be worn in public.
    Quarantine is requested for out-of-state visitors.
    Alaska

    Stay-at-home orders have ended but social distancing measures are still in place and those in public spaces are required to stay at least six feet apart.
    Non-essential businesses are allowed to open in a phased approach. Those businesses opening must comply with capacity restrictions as well as sanitisation measures.
    Internal travel is allowed by road and by car
    Large gatherings of 20 people or more are banned
    Face masks are required in public
    Quarantine required upon returning to or arriving in Alaska, violation subject to fine and/or imprisonment
    Arizona

    Stay-at-home orders remain in effect until at least 15 May
    Non-essential business closures in effect will now be allowed to offer take away, or curbside pick-up options from retail locations beginning on 4 May. In-store shopping may be allowed for certain retailers that adhere to sanitisation and social distancing measures starting on 8 May.
    Internal travel is allowed for essential purposes, no documentation or proof is required to conduct these activities
    Large gathering ban: in effect until at least 15 May
    Face masks are recommended only at this time, however certain retailers are requiring that customers wear masks.
    A 14-day quarantine is requested for visitors and residents arriving through an airport from areas experiencing a high amount of COVID-19 cases, including but not limited to Connecticut, New York and New Jersey. Violation is subject to fine.
    Arkansas

    No stay at home orders in place
    Non-essential businesses reopen 11 May with cleaning and distancing requirements. These include restaurants, hair salons and gyms.
    Casinos will reopen at 30% capacity and with social distancing requirements on 18 May
    Internal travel: allowed
    Indoor and outdoor gatherings allowed beginning 11 May as long as 6 feet (2 meters) distance maintained between attendees; includes churches and entertainment events.
    Face masks required in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors. Travellers from Connecticut, New Jersey, New Orleans, New York and all international locations must follow quarantine directives.
    California

    Stay-at-home recommendation through July. The state has moved into Phase 2 of its reopening plans.
    Non-essential business closures in effect, some businesses can open with modification such as bookstores, clothing stores, florists and sporting goods stores. Dine in will not be available until later Phase 2 – this will be determined on a regional level following a new effort to conduct intensive contact tracing in metropolitan areas.
    Internal travel: for essential purposes only, there is no documentation required for this travel
    Large gathering ban: in effect for ten or more persons.
    Face masks required in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Colorado

    Safer-at-home order is in effect; residents are encouraged to stay home but it is not mandatory.
    Non-essential businesses are able to reopen with health precautions.
    Internal travel: allowed
    Large gathering ban: in effect
    Face masks required in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Connecticut

    Stay-at-home order: in effect until at least 20 May
    Non-essential business closures in effect
    Beginning on 12 May, non-essential food and alcohol serving businesses will be allowed to operate via outdoor spaces or for take-out and delivery
    Internal travel: No
    Large gathering ban: in effect for five or more persons
    Face masks required in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Delaware

    Stay-at-home order: in effect until 31 May
    Non-essential business may reopen on, following social distancing and the government’s guidelines.
    Internal travel: for essential purposes only, no documentation required
    Large gathering ban: in effect
    Face masks required in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    District of Columbia

    Stay-at-home order: in effect until at least 15 May
    Non-essential business closures in effect
    Internal travel: allowed
    Large gathering ban: in effect
    Face masks mandatory for employees and patrons in retail food sellers, hotels and taxis/rideshares
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Florida

    No ‘stay at home’ orders in place, however, state of emergency was extended until 8 July
    Non-essential businesses are allowed to operate, but at 25% capacity, in less-heavily impacted areas. In more-heavily impacted areas, such as Miami -Dade county, they will open more slowly. Beaches across the state are slowly re-opening
    Internal travel: allowed
    Large gathering ban recommendation: in effect for groups of ten or more
    Face masks required/recommended in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Georgia

    ‘Medically Fragile’ and elderly Georgians must shelter in place until 12 June; no stay-at-home orders for others
    Strict social distancing protocols until 31 May.
    Non-essential businesses are allowed to re-open and encouraged to practice increased sanitisation. Bars, live performance venues and nightclubs will remain closed until the end of May.
    Internal travel: allowed
    Large gathering ban: in effect until at least 31 May
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Hawaii

    Stay-at-home order: in effect until 31 May
    Non-essential business closures in effect until at least 31 May. Shopping malls and retail may reopen with safe health precautions, excluding Maui and Oahu.
    Internal travel: for essential purposes only
    Large gathering ban for over 10 people
    Face masks mandatory for essential business employees and patrons while on premises
    Quarantine required for out-of-state visitors, violation is subject to fines and/or imprisonment.
    Idaho

    No stay at home orders are in place
    Non-essential business closures in effect until at least 16 May
    Internal travel: allowed
    Large gathering ban: in effect until at least 26 June, unless there is an significant increase in COVID-19 cases following partial state re-opening
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Illinois

    Stay-at-home order or recommendation: in effect until at least 31 May
    Non-essential business closures in effect until 31 May
    Internal travel: for essential purposes
    Large gathering ban: in effect for groups of ten or more, no non-essential gatherings are allowed
    Face masks required in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Indiana

    Local stay-at-home orders remain in effect for Cass county until at least 18 May and Marion county until at least 15 May
    People ages 65+ and at elevated risk in all counties are asked to stay at home
    Non-essential business reopened at limited capacity in all counties besides Cass and Marion
    Internal travel: allowed
    Large gathering ban: gatherings of up to 25 people are permitted following social distancing guidelines
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Iowa

    No stay at home order in effect
    Non-essential business will re- open on 1 May in most counties, but will remain closed in locations of high infection.
    Internal travel: allowed
    Large gathering ban of 10 or more people until at least 27 May
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Kansas

    Stay-at-home orders expired on 1 May.
    Non-essential business closures have begun the reopening process under Phase One, Wyandotte county will maintain enhanced restrictions on in-person services.
    Phase Two will begin no earlier than 18 May
    Internal travel: allowed for essential purposes
    Large gathering ban of 10 or more people
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Kentucky

    Stay-at-home guidance is in effect without an end date announced
    Non-essential business closures in effect with a phased opening beginning 11 May; these include religious facilities, manufacturing, construction, government offices, retail and funeral services
    Internal travel: allowed
    Large gathering ban: in effect for gatherings of ten or more
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Louisiana

    Stay-at-home order: in effect until 15 May
    Non-essential business closures in effect until at least 15 May
    Internal travel: for essential purposes
    Large gathering ban: in effect for gatherings of ten or more
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Maine

    Stay-at-home order: in effect until 31 May
    Non-essential business closures in effect until at least 31 may
    Businesses in rural areas will begin a phased reopening throughout the course of May
    Internal travel: for essential purposes
    Large gathering ban: in effect for gatherings of ten or more persons until at least 31 May
    Face masks required in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Maryland

    Stay-at-home order in effect, no end date has been announced
    Non-essential business closures in effect
    Internal travel: allowed for essential purposes
    Large gathering ban: in effect for gatherings of ten or more
    Face masks mandatory for employees and patrons in grocery stores, hotels and taxis/rideshares
    Self-quarantine requested for Maryland residents returning from out-of-state visits
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Massachusetts

    Stay-at-home guidance: in effect until 18 May
    Non-essential business closures in effect
    Internal travel: allowed
    Large gathering ban: in effect for gatherings of ten or more
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Michigan

    Stay-at-home order: in effect until 15 May
    Non-essential business closures in effect until at least 15 May, some businesses will be allowed to operate under specific guidelines
    Internal travel: for essential purposes
    Large gathering ban: in effect for all public and private gatherings among persons outside a single household until at least 28 May
    Face masks required in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Minnesota

    Stay-at-home order in effect until 18 May
    Non-essential business closures in effect until 18 May, however retailers can open for delivery and curbside pickup beginning 4 May.
    Internal travel: allowed
    Large gathering ban: in effect for gatherings of 10 or more
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Mississippi

    Safer-at-home recommendation: in effect until 08.00 on 25 May
    Non-essential business closures in effect until 11 May; beginning 4 May, retail businesses may open with social distancing measures in place.
    Increased social distancing measures for seven hotspots: Attala, Jasper, Lauderdale, Leake, Neshoba, Newton and Scott counties
    Internal travel: allowed for essential purposes
    Large gathering ban of 10 or more people is in effect
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Missouri

    Stay-at-home recommendation: in effect until 31 May in Platte county
    Non-essential business open with limited capacity and social distancing measures since 4 May; 6 May in Kansas City
    Large gathering ban:not in effect, people are encouraged to practice social distancing
    Internal travel: allowed
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Montana

    Stay-at-home recommendation is in place for vulnerable populations only
    Non-essential businesses are closed unless they meet specific guidelines. Beginning on 15 May, recreational and leisure businesses will be allowed to reopen following safe health precautions.
    Internal travel: allowed
    It is recommended that gatherings of ten or more be cancelled
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Nebraska

    Stay-at-home recommendation: No order in effect
    Beginning of 11 May, loosened restrictions were implemented:
    Places of worship can open state-wide with social distancing measures
    Other non-essential businesses will be permitted to open, with the 10-person rule and social distancing measures, in the following Health Departments: Douglas County, East Central, Four Corners, Loup Basin, North Central District, Northeast Nebraska, Panhandle, Sarpy/Cass, Southeast District and Southwest Nebraska
    Other non-essential businesses will be permitted to open, with the 10-person rule and social distancing measures, in Lincoln/Lancaster County, Three Rivers and West Central health districts on 11 May.
    Internal travel: allowed
    Gatherings of 10 or more people are banned except in places of worship
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Nevada

    Stay-at-home recommendation in place.
    On 9 May, the first phase of reopening plan started:
    Non-essential business allowed to open under strict social distancing and limited capacity, includes dine-in at restaurants, hair salons, retail businesses, open air malls.
    Transportation services can operate subject to rules of appropriate regulatory authority and social distancing.
    Internal travel: allowed but not encouraged
    Large gathering ban: in effect for gatherings of ten or more including places of worship
    Face masks recommended in public and required to employees interacting to public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    New Hampshire

    Stay-at-home order: in effect until 31 May
    Non-essential business reopening under limited capacity, enforcing social distancing and following specific government guidelines.
    On 11 May, retail stores, golf courses, hair salons and barbershops reopened. On 18 May restaurants will be allowed dine-in option only with outdoor seating. Face masks and social distancing are required.
    Internal travel: allowed for essential purposes
    Large gathering ban of 10 or more people
    Face masks recommended in public; required on public transport
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    New Jersey

    Stay-at-home order in place until further notice
    Non-essential business closures in effect; State Parks and Forests and golf courses have reopened as of 2 May with social distancing measures in place.
    Car gatherings such as drive-in movies and drive-through farms allowed as of 13 May. Non-essential construction and curbside pickup at retail businesses will be allowed on 18 May.
    All businesses allowed to operate must follow specific government guidelines.
    Internal travel: allowed for essential purposes
    Large gathering ban: in effect for ten or more people
    Face masks required in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    New Mexico

    Stay-at-home order: in effect until further notice
    Non-essential business closures in effect until at least 15 May
    On 16 May, selected non-essential businesses will reopen at 25% occupancy, social distancing and other guidelines; measure exclude northwestern region (Cibola, Mckinley and San Juan counties).
    Internal travel: allowed for essential purposes
    Large gathering ban: Gatherings of five or more people in a single confined space are not allowed
    Face masks recommended in public; from 16 May they will be mandatory
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    New York

    Stay-at-home order until at least 15 May
    Non-essential business closures in effect until at least 15 May
    Finger Lakes, Mohawk Valley, North County and Southern Tier Regions will begin phase one of the Government’s reopening plan on 16 May, including construction, manufacturing, selected retail for curbside pickup among others.
    Other non-essential businesses considered low risk, such as landscaping, gardening and drive-in movie theaters, will be allowed to reopen statewide on 16 May.
    Internal travel: allowed for essential purposes
    Large gathering ban: in effect for all non-essential gatherings of individuals
    Face masks required in in all situations when social distancing is not possible; employers must provide to essential workers when directly interacting with the public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    North Carolina

    Stay-at-home order is no longer in effect
    Non-essential business closures: retail locations are allowed to reopen at 25% capacity. Restaurants, bars, gyms and salons remain closed
    Internal travel: allowed for essential purposes
    It is requested that gatherings of ten or more people be cancelled
    Face masks required for employees in nursing homes and recommended for all workers
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    North Dakota

    No stay at home order in effect
    Non-essential businesses, including restaurants, have reopened under specific guidelines
    Internal travel: allowed
    It is requested that gatherings of ten or more people be cancelled
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Ohio

    Stay-at-home order in effect until 29 May
    Non-essential business reopening on 15 May following safety measures, among business restaurants and personal care services.
    Internal travel: allowed
    Large gathering ban: in effect for ten or more individuals
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Oklahoma

    Stay-at-home orders were lifted on 24 April
    Non-essential business began re-opening on 24 April
    Internal travel: allowed
    Large gathering ban: in effect for 10 or more people
    Face masks recommended in public
    14 day-quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors/those returning from California, Connecticut, Louisiana, New Jersey, New York and Washington
    Oregon

    Stay-at-home orders are in place with no end date announced
    Non-essential business opening on 15 May on approved counties under government guidelines. Among them restaurants, retail stores, personal services businesses and childcare.
    Internal travel: allowed for essential purposes
    It is requested that gatherings of 25 or more people be cancelled
    Face masks/recommended in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Pennsylvania

    The stay-at-home order in the Philadelphia region has been extended until 4 June. Certain counties will be reopening in phases.
    The statewide stay-at-home order has been lifted. A gradual reopening has begun on a county-by-county basis. The counties in yellow phase are: Bradford, Cameron, Centre, Clarion, Clearfield, Clinton, Crawford, Elk, Erie, Forest, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lycoming, McKean, Mercer, Montour, Northumberland, Potter, Snyder, Sullivan, Tioga, Union, Venango and Warren.
    Non-essential business closures in effect until at least 4 June; on 2 May, state parks and golf courses were allowed to re-open with social distancing measures in place
    Internal travel: allowed for essential purposes
    Large gathering ban: in effect for more than 25 people
    Face masks mandatory – essential business employees and patrons while on premises; employers must provide to essential workers
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Rhode Island

    Stay-at-home order was lifted on 8 May. Vulnerable populations, including those 65 years of age or older, are strongly advised to remain home.
    Non-essential retail businesses are permitted to reopen for in-store pick-up and limited browsing. All non-critical retail businesses must follow social distancing guidelines.
    Internal travel restrictions largely remain in place.
    Large gathering ban: in effect for more than 5 people.
    All employees of operating client-facing businesses are required to wear facemasks.
    Out of state visitors are asked to self-quarantine for 14 days.
    South Carolina

    Stay-at-home order was lifted on May 4.
    Non-essential businesses can reopen on 18 May with limited capacity, including close contact service providers, fitness and exercise centers, commercial gyms, and public or commercial pools.
    Restaurants with dine in service can open limited to 50% capacity beginning May 11.
    Internal travel for essential purposes.
    Large gathering ban is not in effect, but social distancing is encouraged.
    Face masks recommended in public.
    14-day self-quarantine requested for anyone showing flu-like symptoms and any out-of-state visitors.
    South Dakota

    No stay at home order in effect.
    Non-essential business reopened with social distancing guidelines.
    Internal travel discouraged but not prohibited
    Large gathering ban: in effect for 10 or more people
    Face masks recommended in public
    14-day self-quarantine requested for anyone who is sick or showing COVID-19 symptoms
    Tennessee

    Stay-at-home recommendation in effect until 29 May
    Non-essential businesses have reopened, obeying social distancing
    Internal travel for essential purposes
    Large gatherings over 10 people prohibited
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors from Atlanta, California, Chicago, Connecticut, Detroit, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Miami, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, New Jersey and Washington.
    Texas

    Stay-at-home order was lifted on 30 April
    Some non-essential businesses have reopened, limited to 25% occupancy.
    Internal travel discouraged
    It is recommended that gatherings be limited to no more than five people
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors arriving through an airport from: California; Connecticut; New York; New Jersey; Washington; City of Atlanta, Georgia; City of Chicago, Illinois; City of Detroit, Michigan; City of Miami, Florida. Violation subject to fine and/or imprisonment.
    Utah

    Stay-at-home recommendation in effect
    Non-essential business reopened on 1 May with precautions
    Internal travel is discouraged
    Large gathering over 20 people prohibited
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Vermont

    Stay-at-home order in effect until 15 May
    Some non-essential businesses have begun to reopen, following social distancing, capacity limitations and specific sanitary measures
    Internal travel is discouraged
    Gatherings of ten or fewer are permitted; an outdoor setting is preferred
    Face masks required for essential business employees and recommended to everyone when in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Virginia

    Stay-at-home order in effect until 10 June
    Non-essential business closures in effect until 10 June
    Internal travel for essential purpose only
    Large gathering of 10 people are ban until 10 June
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors
    Washington

    Stay-at-home order in effect until 31 May. Counties with low case numbers will be eligible for a variance allowing them to reopen sooner.
    Non-essential business closures remain in effect.
    Internal travel for essential purposes only
    Large gathering ban: in effect for gatherings of ten or more
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    West Virginia

    A safer-at-home order is in effect encouraging residents to stay at home but not requiring it.
    Non-essential businesses have reopened with limited capacity and proper social distancing
    Internal travel: for essential purposes only
    Gatherings of over 25 banned from 4 May until further notice
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Wisconsin

    Stay-at-home order in effect until 26 May
    Non-essential business closures in effect until 26 May
    Internal travel: for essential purposes only. Public transit must comply with social distancing.
    Gatherings of any number of people that are not part of a single household are prohibited until 26 May
    Face masks recommended in public
    Quarantine requested for out-of-state visitors
    Wyoming

    No stay at home order in place
    Non-essential businesses are allowed to re-open with limited capacity and adhering sanitary measures
    Internal travel: allowed
    Face masks recommended in public
    Gatherings limited to 10 people until at least 15 May
    Quarantine recommended for out-of-state visitors

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  • USA Passengers who have transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or in the United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe), in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter the USA.
    -This does not apply to:
    – nationals and permanent residents of the USA;
    – spouses of nationals and of permanent residents of the USA;
    – parents/legal guardians of an unmarried and younger than 21 years national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – the unmarried and younger than 21 years brother or sister of a national or permanent resident of the USA, who is unmarried and younger than 21 years;
    – the child/foster child/ward of a national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – passengers with the following visas: A-1, A-2, C-1, C-1/D, C-2, C-3, D, E-1, G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, IR-4, IH-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, or NATO-6 visa;
    – members of the U.S. Armed Forces, spouses, and children of members of the U.S. Armed Forces;
    – passengers with evidence of traveling at the invitation of the USA government for a purpose related to the containment/mitigation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19);
    – passengers with documents issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, or U.S. Department of State indicating that the passenger is exempt from the restriction;
    – B1 crew crewmembers that are engaged in lightering, Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) activity, wind farm activity, private air/sea crew and other similar crewmember actives.
    2. Passengers who have been in one of the countries listed in bullet number 1 in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must arrive at one of the following airports: Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas, (DFW), Detroit (DTW), Honolulu (HNL), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK or EWR), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA) and Washington (IAD).

    Internal restrictions:

    All 50 US states, as well as Puerto Rico (US), the US Virgin Islands (US), and Washington (DC) have declared a state of emergency or public health emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have closed non-essential businesses and issued ‘stay at home’ orders, which prohibit all non-essential movement within their borders. Most have deployed National Guard personnel to assist emergency responders. Some states have ordered quarantines for travellers arriving from other parts of the US. Non-compliant travellers may face large fines or incarceration.

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    10.05.2020
  • USA Passengers who have transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, China (People’s Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Iran, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or in the United Kingdom (excluding overseas territories outside of Europe), in the past 14 days are not allowed to enter the USA.
    -This does not apply to:
    – nationals and permanent residents of the USA;
    – spouses of nationals and of permanent residents of the USA;
    – parents/legal guardians of an unmarried and younger than 21 years national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – the unmarried and younger than 21 years brother or sister of a national or permanent resident of the USA, who is unmarried and younger than 21 years;
    – the child/foster child/ward of a national or permanent resident of the USA;
    – passengers with the following visas: A-1, A-2, C-1, C-1/D, C-2, C-3, D, E-1, G-1, G-2, G-3, G-4, IR-4, IH-4, NATO-1 through NATO-4, or NATO-6 visa;
    – members of the U.S. Armed Forces, spouses, and children of members of the U.S. Armed Forces;
    – passengers with evidence of traveling at the invitation of the USA government for a purpose related to the containment/mitigation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19);
    – passengers with documents issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, or U.S. Department of State indicating that the passenger is exempt from the restriction;
    – B1 crew crewmembers that are engaged in lightering, Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) activity, wind farm activity, private air/sea crew and other similar crewmember actives.
    2. Passengers who have been in one of the countries listed in bullet number 1 in the past 14 days but are exempt from the restriction to enter the USA, must arrive at one of the following airports: Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas, (DFW), Detroit (DTW), Honolulu (HNL), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK or EWR), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA) and Washington (IAD).

    Internal restrictions:

    All 50 US states, as well as Puerto Rico (US), the US Virgin Islands (US), and Washington (DC) have declared a state of emergency or public health emergency as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have closed non-essential businesses and issued ‘stay at home’ orders, which prohibit all non-essential movement within their borders. Most have deployed National Guard personnel to assist emergency responders. Some states have ordered quarantines for travellers arriving from other parts of the US. Non-compliant travellers may face large fines or incarceration.

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    10.05.2020
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    Can U.S. Residents travel around the world in a pandemic?

    The whole world is recovering in small steps after a big epidemic, and, in particular, the tourism sector. Today, several countries have already opened their borders to citizens of the United States and other countries. Nevertheless, many countries still do not accept tourists and introduce their tourist ban.

    What is us travel ban 2020

    A tourist or travel ban implies a ban on entry into the country at the moment due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Each country has its criteria for a ban. 

    Keep in mind: All banned countries have their quarantine requirements, that’s why check all information before traveling. 

    US travel ban list

    As the tourism industry begins to recover from the coronavirus pandemic, the rules and regulations for air travel are changing significantly. Not all countries are ready to open their borders yet, so here is the list of countries banned.

    US travel ban to Europe

    Many European countries are closed to the public, no matter where people arrive. But, already a clear picture is emerging, some countries still allow entry. For example, an American can visit Albania. To do this, it will be necessary to pass a PCR test, and only with a negative result, you will be allowed into the country.

    US travel ban the UK

    48 hours before arriving in the UK, you need to fill out a special online form: indicate your passport details, the purpose, and route of the trip, and the address where you will serve the 14-day quarantine. You must go there immediately after passing through customs and border procedures and thermometry. Violation of the self-isolation regime faces a fine of £ 100. If you break the rule again, you may be denied entry to the UK.

    US travel ban Mexico

    The Mexican Foreign Ministry proposed that the United States extend the ban on crossing the common land border for 30 days due to the threat of the spread of coronavirus. This restriction does not apply to temporary foreign workers, international students, indigenous Mexicans, and their families.

    US travel ban Nigeria

    Nigeria also has its travel bans. Nigeria is completely open to its citizens and partially to tourists. This means that only people with study or work permits can visit Nigeria. However, upon arrival, everyone must take a COVID-19 test (PCR test) or spend 14 days in self-isolation. Such measures will help to protect the person and public health.

    US travel ban South Korea

    South Korea is closed to tourism, but open to business travel. There are some changes to the usual travel. For example, upon arrival, everyone must spend 14 days in self-isolation and fill out a Travel Record Declaration. Also, there is one more case for crossing the border – when family members want to come to the other member in South Korea (in case if he or she is a resident of South Korea). 

    US travel ban Japan

    Japan plans to ease travel restrictions for foreigners from October 1. The softening, however, will not affect tourists. This means that only permanent residents and persons in urgent need can visit Japan (essential traveling). Also, foreign students who receive grants from the Japanese government can come to Japan. Upon arrival, the government asks to spend 14 days at home in self-isolation.

    US travel ban Canada

    Due to the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic, the federal government has extended the closure of the land border between Canada and the United States for another month until November 21. This is the seventh extension of restrictions on movement across the land border. The US-Canada border has remained closed since March 19 following government emergency measures to halt the spread of COVID-19. The pandemic situation in the United States remains critical and border closures could continue until the situation improves or after the completion of the third phase of vaccine trials.

    US travel ban Brazil

    Brazil is one of the most affected countries in the world from the coronavirus. Now it is on the second line after the United States in terms of the number of people infected during the pandemic. That is why the country is closed to the public and has no plans to open the border yet. Only permanent residents, students, and workers with special documents can come to Brazil. One more reason for crossing the border of Brazil is essential traveling, but the person should have all the necessary documents that proved it 

    US travel ban Ireland

    Ireland became the first EU country to return to full quarantine for six weeks due to an increase in the incidence of coronavirus. The government has decided to return to the highest, the fifth level of restrictions, which was last introduced in the spring. Citizens violating the quarantine will be forced to pay a fine, for example, 60 euros for moving away from home more than 5 km or being in a grocery store or public transport without protective equipment.

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    Not all of these countries have resumed regular direct international communications. Nevertheless, many places can be reached with a transfer, for example, in Istanbul.

    A hundred more destinations around the world are partially open to travelers from the United States: there is either a quarantine, or no direct flights, or very strict entry requirements.

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    More and more countries are opening borders and easing quarantine measures, but this does not add confidence. The question of whether it is safe to travel now is even more worrisome after the resumption of international traffic.

    The answer depends on many factors: the way of travel (by plane, train, car, or something else), direction, fresh statistics on cases of coronavirus infection in a certain place, quarantine measures, and current prevention methods.

    If you follow the rules of safety and personal hygiene in good faith, the risk of contracting coronavirus on vacation is low.

    Flights restrictions in the US

    Long queues at the check-in counters, security checks at the airport, waiting for departure side by side with a crowd of strangers, several hours in an airplane seat in the same cabin with other passengers – all this raises doubts about the safety of flights during a pandemic.

    Airports and airlines have already adjusted to the new reality. For example, carriers have introduced flexible rules for canceling and transferring air tickets, and large air hubs are closing some of the terminals to provide more effective security measures in a pandemic. There are also far fewer cafes and shops at airports. Some sell the only takeaway.

    The temperature is measured at anyone who enters the airport building: passengers, greeters, crew members, airport staff, and everyone else. In some cases, non-contact thermometers and thermal imagers are used again – just before boarding a flight.

    Social distancing rules are widely followed. Airlines are changing seating positions in aircraft cabins whenever possible, offering self-check-in instead of check-in at counters, and redesigning the queuing system so that passengers are at a safe distance from each other.

    The approach of airlines to in-flight meals has also changed: some carriers no longer serve food on their flights, others have cut down on the menu and offer only individually packed snacks and drinks in cans. It’s safer to take a snack with you from home – just check the airlines’ requirements for food in hand luggage.

    Wherever you are, you will probably have to wear a mask on board the aircraft – until you land at your destination. But in some places, a face mask is also required and while you get to the airport and from the airport to the city.

    According to WHO, wearing masks on board is one way to prevent the spread of coronavirus. It has been proven that coronavirus is primarily a respiratory infection, so if you protect your mouth and nose with a mask, you can reduce the risk of transmission from person to person.

    Wearing a mask is especially important during the flight, because in the cabin you are close to other passengers, and masks create a barrier between you and another person’s germs. The mask, when combined with other preventive measures – maintaining a safe distance and careful hand hygiene – helps travelers protect themselves from the coronavirus.

    US travel restrictions

    Against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic, Washington makes decisions on opening borders with certain countries, guided by epidemiological indicators, and not political considerations. The government takes into account the parameters that determine when it is appropriate and safe for Americans to travel to foreigners. The American authorities want to restore international passenger traffic as soon as possible, including with countries in the region such as Brazil.

    US travel ban update

    Before making travel plans, you should be prepared for strict quarantine requirements, testing requirements (PRC test), and documentary delays due to Covid-19. Therefore, having decided to go on vacation, it will only work for those who already have a passport and do not need to make new documents. Of course, you can make a passport and other documents now, but this process will take a little longer, which may shift the dates of the holiday.

    US travel ban countries

    With around 7.4 million coronavirus cases in the United States, many countries continue to look at the United States with apprehension. The European Union has removed the United States from the list of countries that can be visited by tourists. Americans are still unable to vacation in Canada or travel to many Asian countries such as Japan. Where are the tourists from the USA allowed to travel?

    Americans looking for a holiday outside of the United States can try the cruise ship traveling and move to the Caribbean, where islands such as the US Virgin Islands, Saint Lucia, and Antigua are already open. It is also possible to visit countries such as:

      • Albania;
      • Aruba;
      • Bahamas;
      • Barbados;
      • Belarus;
      • Brazil;
      • Costa Rica;
      • Czech Republic;
      • Egypt;
      • French West;
      • Tanzania;
      • Dominican Republic
      • The United Arab Emirates, and others.

    US travel restriction

    Remember, each country has its travel requirements. Many countries require a PCR test that lasts 3 days. Some countries have age restrictions, for example, Antigua requires people over 12 years old to complete a medical declaration.

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    Even though borders are opening up, the holiday will never be the same. Major hotel chains and small family hotels are well aware that in the era of the coronavirus, guests’ demands on the hygiene and safety of vacation homes have increased.

    To reduce the risks for guests, many hotels offer contactless check-in and check-out and virtual reception, but almost everywhere they abandoned the buffet and free use of pools and other public areas. In the hotels of large world chains, even the room service has been replaced with an application: you place an order through your smartphone – and it is left under the room door.

    Social markings and machines with sanitizers at every turn are a new reality in the hotel world. Many good hotels use disinfectant mats, ionizers to clean the air, and electrostatic filters, and offer free masks to guests.

    Even when resting, remember to wear a mask, wash your hands often, and keep a distance of 1.5 meters between people.

    After returning from vacation, do not forget to take a coronavirus test (PCR test) or spend 14 days in self-isolation. Such measures will help you understand your health situation, and if your test results are positive for COVID-19, not endanger society.

    US border closing

    Since the whole world is now experiencing the second wave of coronavirus, it makes sense to think about re-closing all borders. US residents are allowed to move from state to state, so why not get to know your country better? Whether you’re planning to travel between states on vacation or a short trip, the situation is constantly changing. Therefore, it is best to check all local travel advice before packing your bags.

    California travel ban

    The California government is currently discouraging long-distance travel to slow the spread of the coronavirus, but as of October, there are non-essential restrictions on travel from another US state. Travelers are encouraged to wear a mask in public, keep 6 feet away from non-family members, check local health guidelines at all points along the route from start to finish, and refrain from traveling if they have been sick in the past 14 days or are living with someone with COVID-19.  

    However, you don’t even need to leave your state to reboot. Add spontaneity: it’s not a to-do list but a coin that decides where and how you spend your weekend. Break your habits: drop by a new cafe – without reading reviews, on a whim. Cycle through the city center or hop on the wrong bus route. Travel to an area you haven’t been in for a century, or stay overnight in a pretty village. Or go for a walk in the forest on the outskirts, and then return home without a map or prompts on your phone.

    When will be U.S travel ban canceled

    It is difficult to say exactly when all prohibitions will be lifted. Unfortunately, the incidence rate in the world is growing, and it is still difficult to make any predictions!

    Therefore, take all precautions and care about your and public health.

    FAQ 

    1. What is a travel ban?

    Travel ban is a ban on entry into the country at the moment due to the COVID-19 pandemic. So, people cannot move from country to country, or from state to state. The main reason for the ban is to reduce the level of pandemia. Each country has its own criteria for implementing the travel ban. 

    1. Is the travel ban still in effect?

    Yes, the travel ban is still in effect because of the higher level of morbidity. The government will cancel the travel ban only when the level of pandemic goes down. In this case, people will be able to travel from country to country. 

    1. Which countries are banned from entering the United States?

    The information about countries changes every day. Nowadays, the banned countries include: Nigeria, European countries, Brazil, Japan, Ireland, Canada, South Korea, Mexico, UK. These countries do not allow people to cross their borders, but only if you have a strict necessity that is proved by documents – you can visit the country. With strict proved necessity, you also should have the PRC test result. 

     


    New U.S travel restrictions due to the Novel Coronavirus
    Added to its usual entrance restrictions, the United States has taken serious measures since 2 February in response to the Coronavirus. The U.S. government announced on May 19 an extension of the temporary travel restrictions until June 22, 2020. These measures naturally focus on the spread of the virus and affect the flow of travel between the U.S. and a long list of countries.

    U.S travel restrictions related to health issues before COVID-19
    The “Do Not Board” and “Lockout” lists have been in effect in the United States for years before COVID-19. Both serve to prevent travelers suspected of posing a threat to public health from entering the country. The US has increased travel restrictions in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic: measures have been updated between 2 February and 19 May.

    U.S. travel advisory regarding land border entries
    On March 21, 2020, the United States imposed temporary travel restrictions on non-essential mobility across the border with Canada. Together with Mexico and Canada, the U.S. agreed on May 20 to extend these restrictions across their shared borders until June 21. Since March, U.S. travel advisory board from State Department has been recommending that citizens remain in place or return home.
    • The United States, Mexico and Canada will limit border crossings to “essential travels”.
    • These are essential cross-border activities, especially those related to current health needs: support health security, supply security, trade and commerce, etc.
    • No action will prevent U.S. citizens from returning home.

    Restrictions on flights: International-USA travel
    Preventive measures on flights are the ones that most affect the flow of international travel to the United States. Residents and non-citizens who have been in a long list of countries since March are not allowed to enter the country. The U.S. maintains severe travel restrictions with nearly 40 countries:
    • China (first country for travel ban usa)
    • Iran
    • European Schengen area: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Ireland, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican City.

    There are some exemptions to the preventive measures. For example, no U.S. citizen can be denied entry: those who return from these countries may be asked to stay home for 14 days. The procedure is the same for legal permanent residents, foreign government officials and members of the national Armed Forces. Certain family members are received too.
    The news associated with the local measures are being updated very quickly. More changes are sure to come, especially around June 21. At that time, travel restrictions between the United States and this extensive list of countries could be reduced or extended again. U.S. travel restrictions could also be even more severe if infection statistics do not improve significantly in the near future.