TRAVEL | What You Need To Know About Travel Guidelines In Saudi Arabia

Madain Saleh The Saudi General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) has released its updated traveler’s guide, which accommodates the ongoing pandemic after approving international travel for some exceptional cases. The new regulations entail that non – Saudis who are entering the Kingdom must provide a medical report of their coronavirus disease (COVID-19) test and its … Continue reading TRAVEL | What You Need To Know About Travel Guidelines In Saudi Arabia

TRAVEL | International Arrivals To Abu Dhabi Must Wear Covid-19 Tracking Device

ABU DHABI – International passengers arriving at Abu Dhabi airport will now have to wear a tracking device while they complete a mandatory 14-day home quarantine due to COVID-19, according to state-owned Eithad Airways. Daily infections in the United Arab Emirates rose this month to their highest since the outbreak started, which officials have largely … Continue reading TRAVEL | International Arrivals To Abu Dhabi Must Wear Covid-19 Tracking Device

TRAVEL ALERT | Saudi Arabia Gradually Lifts Travel Restrictions

Madain Saleh Saudi Arabia is gradually lifting the travel ban, by allowing a specific group of people to enter and exit the Kingdom before January 1, the expected date of the complete reopening of the land, maritime and air borders. The exact date for lifting the suspension of travel and allowing the land, sea and … Continue reading TRAVEL ALERT | Saudi Arabia Gradually Lifts Travel Restrictions

TRAVEL | Taj Mahal To Reopen Even As Virus Rages In India

MILAN | ITALY - India’s top tourist attraction the Taj Mahal is set to reopen more than six month after it was shut, official said Tuesday, even as the vast nation battles soaring coronavirus infections. India, home to 1.3 billion people, on Monday overtook Brazil to become the world’s second most-infected nation with more than … Continue reading TRAVEL | Taj Mahal To Reopen Even As Virus Rages In India

TRAVEL ALERT | Oman To Restart International Flights On Oct.1

Oman will restart international flight on Oct.1, state news agency ONA said on Twitter, after they were suspended in March as part of coronavirus precautions. ‘Flights will be scheduled according to health data for specific destinations and according to bilateral agreements with other airlines’, ONA said. The Gulf state has reported 87,328 coronavirus infections, 82,805 … Continue reading TRAVEL ALERT | Oman To Restart International Flights On Oct.1

TRAVEL | U.K. Travel Ban: 16 Quarantine – Free Countries For Arrivals And Departures

Whilst the U.K. Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) says that nationals are allowed to travel to 67 destinations and won’t have to self-isolate when returning from 66 of them, there are currently only 16 countries without and travel restrictions of any kind for arriving or returning passengers. For example, the FCO says that Canada is … Continue reading TRAVEL | U.K. Travel Ban: 16 Quarantine – Free Countries For Arrivals And Departures

TRAVEL ALERT | Russia Resumes International Flight With Egypt, UAE And Maldives

BUCHAREST | ROMANIA - Russia Has resumed international flights with Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and the Maldives, a government order published on Thursday showed. The government said it had authorized three flights a week to Cairo, as well as two flights a week to Dubai and to the Maldivest’s Velana International Airport.

TRAVEL | Hawaii Mayor Expressed Doubts About Bubble Quarantine Plan

The mayor of Hawaii County has expressed reservations about a quarantine concept being considered by other countries that would allow visitors to remain isolated in hotels or on the grounds of individual resorts rather than in their rooms. Hawaii Mayor Harry Kim said the plan for the so-called ‘bubble’ policy to loosen quarantine requirements is … Continue reading TRAVEL | Hawaii Mayor Expressed Doubts About Bubble Quarantine Plan

BUSINESS | 9 Countries Welcoming Remote Workers

People around the world are dreaming about escaping their tiny urban apartments or suburban homes, and countries are making it a reality. Some destination, like Barbados and Bermuda, have recently launched remote visa programs for incoming visitors, while other countries, like Portugal and Germany, have similar arrangements in place for years. Today, these programs are … Continue reading BUSINESS | 9 Countries Welcoming Remote Workers

TRAVEL | Spain’s Canary Islands Are Offering To Pay For Any Expenses Incurred By Travelers Who Get The Coronavirus During A Visit There

Here’s one thing travelers visiting the Canary Islands can cross off their list of potential coronavirus worries: The cost of medical care and mandatory quarantines on the islands. The local government in the Canary Islands is partnering with French insurer Axa to provide Spanish and foreign tourists with free insurance coverage for any coronavirus – … Continue reading TRAVEL | Spain’s Canary Islands Are Offering To Pay For Any Expenses Incurred By Travelers Who Get The Coronavirus During A Visit There