The U.S. will keep existing COVID-19 travel restrictions on international travel in place for now due to surging COVID-19 cases.
Pandemic restrictions on Florida-based cruise ships are no longer in place under a ruling Friday by a federal appeals court, while the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention seek to fight a Florida lawsuit challenging the regulations.
The Disney Dream will kick off its return to cruising from the U.S. with tropical voyages to the Bahamas departing from Port Canaveral.
Time announced this year’s World’s Greatest Places featuring 100 unique destinations, with 21 coming from the United States alone.
“Based on the success of our initial resumption of service and the guest response to the onboard experience, we will continue to operate all our ships as vaccinated cruises through at least October," the cruise line said.
State economists expressed optimism Tuesday that already-rebounding tourism numbers will see a quicker-than-anticipated boost from international travelers as Canada eases COVID-19 border restrictions.
A State Department official told FOX News that there are currently approximately 2,170,000 passport applications pending adjudication.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control raised its travel alert for the United Kingdom to the highest level amid a surge in COVID-19 cases.
The Disney Dream’s return comes as a panel ruled to temporarily keep CDC COVID-19 pandemic restrictions on Florida-based cruise ships in place.
Those that wish to cross the border will need to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within three days of crossing the border, as well as showing proof of a full series of vaccines at least two weeks prior to crossing the border.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Monday the state likely will ask a full federal appeals court to reimpose a preliminary injunction that would block restrictions on the cruise-ship industry during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A federal appeals court granted the CDC's legal request to keep the conditional sailing order in place, which was something the State of Florida was trying to prevent from happening.
Late Saturday, a panel from the 11th Circuit Court voted 2-1 to stay a judge's original decision to block the CDC's COVID regulations for cruise ships.
Regent Seven Seas 2024 World Cruise sold out in less than three hours, setting a premium for post-pandemic travel.
The Central Florida Expressway Authority is expected to discuss the issue on July 20.
The Walt Disney Company plans to relocate 2,000 jobs from California to Central Florida.
A 27-year-old California man faces up to 20 years in federal prison in connection with a disturbance on a flight last week.
Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando Resort begins Friday, September 3rd, and operates on select nights through Sunday, October 31st.
Norwegian Cruise Line aiming to set sail from Florida on Aug. 15.
The investment is part of United's goal to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions 100% by 2050