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Great news for travelers who want to plan ahead! Note if you do cancel your funds are deposited to a travel bank for future use. But if you are thinking of a trip now is a great time to get the low fares!
We’re waiving all change and cancel fees for both new and previously booked travel thru 1/4/21, for any tickets purchased before 5/31. See details > https://www.jetblue.com/travel-alerts
Queen Beatrix International Airport
In preparation for a possible restart:
AUA Airport refining its Restart Phasing Plan
ORANJESTAD – Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA), has started preparing for a possible restart. The restart of a regular airport operation depends on several factors, most importantly the decision by the Government of Aruba to allow again for commercial air travel to and from Aruba. However, AAA has prepared a plan to be able to receive in a safe and controlled way (in first instance small volumes) regular scheduled air traffic as of the 1st of June 2020.
The restart plan delineates four different phases and entails procedures, processes, and other actions necessary for an operational restart. Possible entry/travel/health requirements and measures of local and international authorities, airlines and the Aruba Government will be considered and implemented throughout the phasing of this restart plan.
The defined four phases are the “Pre-restart phase”, the “Soft-Restart phase”, the “Close-to- normal operation phase” and the “Business as usual phase”. AAA has initiated the Pre-Restart phase on April 23, 2020 and hopes to start the Soft-restart Phase on June 1, 2020. In the Pre-Restart phase AAA will implement all kinds of measures on the airport premises to be able to safely handle passengers and scheduled commercial air traffic. These measures entail for example signage to guide passengers, personnel and other airport users in social distancing, capacity restrictions, transparent shields on check-in desks, marking of queueing areas, one-way corridors and adjustment of the airport’s belt assignment policy.
These measures must lead to a safe and controlled operation of small volumes of passengers and aircraft in the Soft-Restart phase. In the “Close-to-normal operation phase” and, further ahead in the “the business-as usual-phase”, volumes can be scaled up.
By this phased approach AAA can and will continuously adapt and make necessary changes based on knowledge and experience from the previous phases as well as on the lessons learned at other airports in the world which are already further in their recovery process.
“While we all might hope for a speedy return to our normal operations with pre-COVID volumes, we must be aware that this might not happen in a few months. It is hard to predict at this point in time when the Business-as-usual phase will be reached but a full recovery can take a long time. We have now a responsible plan in place to pick operations back up step by step, in the safest way as possible and in compliance with all travel and health requirements. Whilst we await the Government of Aruba’s announcement of the date for the reopening of our borders, we will in the meantime be ready for this new chapter as of the 1st of June. We do count on the cooperation of all employees, stakeholders and partners to achieve all the objectives of each phase”, said AAA CEO Joost Meijs.
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Updates from Carnival Cruise line.
Important update for guests on select future sailings.
I no one is thinking vacation but when this is over we all will need one. Here is a look at the New Virgin Cruises.
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I'm hoping this quick read will help you make the decision, next time you want to book a trip consider your travel agent. When she says it would be a good idea to get the travel insurance, trust her. The last thing she wants is for you ever nee to use it. But if you do, you will thank her.
travelpulse.com No matter the crisis, a travel agent always has your back.
Important REAL ID information
travelmarketreport.com The TSA, and DHS, have also considered pushing back the REAL ID deadline in light of disruptions.
travelmarketreport.com Stranded travelers are furious to find the online travel agency’s call centers are closed, and that the company is not assisting in saving their vacations or processing refunds.
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Important news from Aruba.
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Stay safe! Take the insurance!
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Thank you JetBlue
recommend.com Given growing concerns regarding coronavirus, JetBlue will suspend change and cancel fees for new flight bookings from February 27, through March 11, 2020.
traveltrivia.com It seems everyone's talking about the October 1, 2020, deadline for Real ID compliance. However, did you know that requirements concerning this new form of identification date back to 2005? If you're undecided about applying for a Real ID, knowing these four things may help. Venue Access Limitations...
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iheartintelligence.com Someone once said, "I haven't been everywhere, but it's on my list." Here's why traveling is the best investment you could ever make.
hvmag.com Construction on one of the biggest amusement parks to hit the Hudson Valley nears completion.
Spending some R&R in Beaches Turks and Caicos!
Perfect for future Honeymooners who need to take time to pay off their Honeymoon while paying for their wedding!!!
travelpulse.com Flexible payment options help make vacation affordable
cntraveler.com New flat-rate carpool rides are coming to LGA.
Beginning Jan. 31, 2020, the new Coco Beach Club on CocoCay will officially be open for business, offering travelers unique and incredible luxury and relaxation during a stop on a Royal Caribbean cruise.
ny.eater.com An izakaya from a Momofuku vet and a sleek Champagne bar import join the list
Marriott Aruba Ocean Club. #aua
[11/15/19] Can’t wait to see what Marriott has in store for us!