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Sunday, Nov 29, 2020
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Princess Cruises cancels weeklong (and longer) US voyages through November 2021
The cruise industry’s coronavirus shutdown is growing longer.
Airlines will struggle long after passengers feel safe to fly again
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused the worst financial crisis in the history of the airline industry. But when the health crisis is over, airlines' financial problems will probably continue for years.
Biometric appointments for UK travel available
Appointments to provide your biometric data, part of the visa application process for travel to and via the UK mainly for non-BOTC nationals, are now available online.
VIDEO: News Brief: 29 October
Pirates Week 2020 is weeks away, Sister Island visitors reminded of travel protocols, Governor and Minister to speak at Energy Conference, Heroes Day nominations deadline extended
World tourism fell by 70% between January and August due to Covid-19
International tourist arrivals fell 70% globally in the first eight months of 2020 compared to the previous year, due to the coronavirus.
DG Statement About Cayman Travel
Deputy Governor, Hon. Franz Manderson announced in the House the launch of Travel Cayman’s New Travel Portal which was piloted on Monday, 19 October 2020. He explained how to access the portal which is designed to enhance the travel app...
Travel Cayman Launches New Travel Portal
Travel Cayman has launched its new online portal which enhances the travel application process and provides a more streamlined experience for applicants.
Costa Rica fully opens its air borders to tourism 1 November
Costa Rica will fully open its air borders, closed since March due to the covid-19 pandemic, before the start of the high season for international tourism in November, the government announced this Friday.
Travel Cayman responds to public demand
It was announced today, Thursday 15 October 2020, that there will be key changes to the inbound travel process to the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Airways confirms November, December and January repatriation flights
Cayman Airways Limited (CAL) has confirmed the repatriation flight schedule for travel in November and December 2020, as well as for January 2021, between Grand Cayman and Miami, Kingston, and La Ceiba.
PAHO sees no need to require tests of Covid-19 or quarantines in international travel
The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) considers it unnecessary for non-essential international travel to require Covid-19 tests before departure or upon arrival, as well as quarantines at the destination.
A Japanese man, the first tourist to visit Machu Picchu in seven months
Last Sunday, a Japanese man became the first tourist in seven months to visit the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, a jewel of Peruvian tourism, which has been closed since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bahamas will facilitate the arrival of cruises to the Atlantic archipelago
The Bahamas Tourism Minister, Dionisio D'Aguilar, said this Sunday that the authorities of the Atlantic archipelago will implement all the necessary measures to facilitate the arrival of cruise ships.
CAL retires second aircraft in ongoing Fleet Modernization Plan
CAL staff and partners bid farewell to aircraft VP-CAY on Monday Sept. 28, 2020.
CIGTV News Brief, 30 September
DOE presence on Sister Islands being ramped up, Tourism currently focusing on people, Planning gets new Deputy Director Building Control, Brac Cricket tournament attracting players of all ages
Travel Process From 1 October
Two weeks after the Cayman Islands Government began field testing its multi-layered strategy to protect the islands from COVID-19, all reports indicate that the testing phase is proceeding as anticipated and no breaches have been reporte...
Central America will create a forum for tourism innovation and entrepreneurship
The Ministers of Tourism in Central America agreed this Saturday to work on the creation of a sustainability, innovation and entrepreneurship committee that will serve as the basis for everything that is done in terms of tourism in the r...
Overstayer Amnesty Ending Soon
The Overstayer Amnesty will come to an end on 31 October and Customs and Border Control (CBC) and Workforce Opportunities and Residency Cayman (WORC) are encouraging persons who have overstayed due to COVID-19 to take the necessary steps...
CIGTV News Brief, 18 September
Travel and Finance the focus of Press Briefing, Lighthouse School graduation held, Regiment recruitment drive happening
Health regulations for home quarantine outlined
Government published two sets of public health regulations aimed to facilitate the phased reopening of borders beginning 1 October 2020.
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