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The General Sherman In Sequoia National Park has been wrapped in foil to protect it from lightning-sparked wildfires. Amy Johnson reports.
Police in North Port, Florida, have released video of an interview with Gabby Petito's father, Joe Petito.
Amtrak passengers are making mistakes during the planning and booking process and when they first get on board, experts told Insider.
Key West International Airport just set an annual record by having more than 1 million passengers come through.
The door to Europe hasn't swung shut for Americans. But in the days since the European Union removed the United States from its "safe list," several countries have put up new roadblocks - and some have blocked the way altogether. American travelers can still visit much of the continent, though pandemic-era entry requirements are all over the map. The E.U. move late last month leaves individual states to decide which restrictions to put in place.Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the most
A city in southeast China hit by COVID-19 told residents on Saturday to stay home and closed various venues, as infections spread in the country's latest hotspot during a key holiday travel season. The government of Xiamen, in a series of notices, told residents not to leave home unnecessarily, closed parks, scenic spots and sports venues, and halted mass activities including tours, fairs and performances. The measures - short of a full lockdown - came on the first of the four-day Mid-Autumn Festival holidays, a peak travel season across China.
Travel writer Katie Jackson shares what it was like getting a health pass and visit Paris' famed museums as a vaccinated American tourist.
Some airlines fly faster than others, but it's more complicated than that.
Regulators in Asian hubs like Singapore and Hong Kong have threatened to retaliate against European Union plans to force airlines to start using take-off and landing slots frozen during the coronavirus pandemic, a move that could oblige Europe's carriers to fly empty seats for thousands of miles at a loss. Authorities controlling slots at major Asian airports are ready to slap similar 'use it or lose it' conditions on European carriers flying to Asia's cities - raising the prospect of an industry trade war over the uneven impact of COVID-19. Tensions have grown since July, when the EU announced plans to force airlines to use 50% of their rights or lose them to rivals from next month.
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Simplifying the traffic light system and reducing testing requirements will boost the industry, airlines say.
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski said Wednesday she will introduce legislation to protect the Alaska tourism industry, centering on the cruise industry.
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