The global pandemic has restricted travel to the U.S. since early 2020.
The United States has restricted international travel to the country for non-US citizens and has made citizens traveling back to the country meet specific test requirements. It was recently announced that international travel restrictions for vaccinated visitors will be lifted. And now, there are more and more flight routes scheduled to resume soon.
Aer Lingus flights will resume soon from Ireland and the UK to Orlando! Flights from Dublin will resume November 27th and flights will start from Manchester (the new airline service). December 11th.
No more playing hide and seek! ☘️ Our friends from @AerLingus It is currently scheduled to resume flights from Dublin, Ireland (DUB) on 27/11 and its new service from Manchester, UK (MAN) on 11/12 here at MCO. I can not wait! 💚 pic.twitter.com/9iHkyrzmlh
– Orlando International Airport (@MCO) October 27, 2021
As international flights resume, it is important to consider current travel guidelines. From November 8, International visitors who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will be able to travel to the US. A vaccination test (and any other test requirements) must be shown before boarding the aircraft and all vaccines approved by the World Health Organization will be accepted, even if they have not been approved in the US. .
There are some exceptions to this rule. People traveling from countries with a vaccination rate of less than 10% will need to “provide a compelling reason why they are traveling to the United States.” travel little in advance ”will be included in the exemption.
Stay tuned to All Ears for more updates on COVID-19 in terms of theme parks.
Click here to see the new COVID-19 international travel guidelines for the US
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