Monthly Archives: May 2022

Mid-term travel latest: Chaos at airports continues as easyJet and British Airways cancel flights

British holidaymakers hoping to take off this week are facing continued travel disruption across the UK. After preemptively cutting 240 flights over the weekend, easyJet canceled two more services at the last minute from Gatwick this morning. The grounding of dawn flights to Seville and Rome by the low-cost carrier …

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Where to go this summer: 11 must-see destinations

By Jane Levere, CNN (CNN) – It looks like this summer will be an unforgettable travel season, especially after the Covid-stricken summers of 2020 and 2021. “Not only are we seeing exponential enthusiasm for travel, but we’re also anticipating incredible new experiences, events and summer deals,” said Carole-Anne Hughs Wood, …

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This Italian island has a ‘wild blue’ hiking trail – with turquoise fjords, homemade wines and Mediterranean views

There is an ancient Sardinian proverb — Furat chie venit dae su mare — it means: “He who comes from the sea comes to fly”. Waves of occupation – by the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Byzantines and Romans – instilled a culture of fierce independence. Over the centuries, those who lived near …

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Pilgrimage of peace, hope and closeness of the Pope with the DRC and South Sudan

The official program of the 37th apostolic visit of Pope Francis, which takes him to the Democratic Republic of Congo from July 2 to 7, has been made public. By Salvatore Cernuzio Two nations, three cities, eight speeches, three homilies, meetings with civil and ecclesial authorities, young people, displaced persons …

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The best flight-free travel tips for getting around Europe by train, from an expert insider

Catherine Livesley is a sustainable travel expert who has crossed almost every country in Europe by land. She has created dream journeys at some of the world’s largest sustainable travel and rail companies and has worked as a consultant for independent travel agencies. She is the founder of the tour …

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Live like the Medici in this spectacular Tuscan hotel near Florence

The 16th century hunting lodge and adjoining arcaded stables once belonged to the … [+] powerful Renaissance Medici family. Frippa Francesco Paolo Tenuta di Artiminio immerses guests in a Renaissance oasis of UNESCO heritage architecture and authentic Medici meals. Leaving the city of Florence, the monumental white villa, 20 km …

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Travel and tourism in Italy expected to reach pre-pandemic levels by 2023, says WTTC

The latest economic impact report from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has revealed that the Italian travel and tourism industry could almost reach pre-pandemic levels by 2023, with an estimated difference 0.3% compared to 2019. Italy’s travel and tourism industry could contribute up to €194 billion to the …

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Liverpool plan revenge on Real Madrid in Champions League final | Soccer News

BETTING: Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are looking to cap off a remarkable season by avenging their 2018 loss to Real Madrid when the sides meet in the Champions League final in Paris on Saturday, but the Spanish giants are eyeing a 14th European Cup triumph Europe. This is Liverpool’s third Champions …

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Europa Conference League winners Roma return to Rome in an open-top bus

The Rome party continues after Wednesday night’s victory in Tirana. The AS Roma side who beat Feyenoord 1-0 to claim the UEFA Europa Conference League title last night will be rolling through the streets of Rome in an open-top bus on Thursday afternoon. Two buses are due to arrive from …

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Birkenhead Trampoline Club members bounce back ahead of trip to Italy

The BIRKENHEAD Trampoline Club will send both a gymnast and a coach to represent Great Britain at the upcoming European Championships 2022. Beth Williamson, 22, will fly to Rimini in Italy at the end of May and the competition will start on June 1, 2022. Beth’s coach, Sarah Madge, will …

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TTG – Luxury travel news

W Hotels is expanding in Italy after reaching agreements to open two more Italian properties in Milan and Naples in 2024. Rob Gill Main contributor Rob Gill Main contributor W Hotels plans to open new properties in Milan and Naples in 2024 The Marriott-owned brand has signed on to open …

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Fit for a Queen: London’s Best Platinum Jubilee Hotel Packages

J he Queen’s Platinum Jubilee is fast approaching. This historic event marks Her Majesty’s record 70th year on the throne. This means, of course, that ardent royalists across the country will be digging up their old copies of Hello! magazine, revisiting well-done photo shoots from past royal christenings and tweaking …

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Cruise Tourism Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2029 -Carnival Corporation (US), Disney (US), MSC Cruises (Italy), NCL Corporation (US), Royal Caribbean (US )

New Jersey, USA, – Mr Accuracy Reports, Cruise tourism market The report contains detailed information on the factors influencing demand, growth, opportunities, challenges and restraints. It provides detailed information on the structure and outlook of global and regional industries. Additionally, the report includes data on research and development, new product …

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yachts at the United Nations

Many people travel occasionally for work. But for some, travel is at the heart of their job. CNBC Travel spoke with people from four industries about occupations where working from home — or an office for that matter — isn’t an option. A year of travel Name: Sebastien ModakJob: Former …

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Next time in Rome, check out the villa of this once opulent Roman emperor

Hadrian was a Roman emperor who built many of the most famous Roman fortifications (such as Hadrian’s Wall), monuments, and temples that survive today. But he didn’t just build great walls and temples, he also built his own magnificent city-like villa. The villa was built around 120 AD just outside …

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“Stanley Tucci: in search of Italy” – 5 popular recipes

(CNN) — It’s hard to get tired of the delicious Italian dishes. The second season of “Stanley Tucci: In Search of Italy” once again has viewers salivating over dishes prepared by chefs from across the country. Some home cooks have even tried to replicate these dishes at home. Just in …

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Black women discuss using social media to become an entrepreneur

The latest panel from the Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit featured two black women who are the walking definition of the word entrepreneur. BLACK CORPORATE Vice President/Deputy Director of Content Alisa Gumbs sitting with Miss Diddyfounder of The Brand Group LA and Milan Red, founder of clothing store Milano Di Rouge …

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Top tips for cheap travel from cheap vacation expert Chelsea Dickenson

We all feel the pressure. And with vacations often seen as a luxury, overseas jaunts may well be one of the first things to be felt as the cost of living crisis deepens. But wait; there are still plenty of easy ways to spend that all-important holiday without breaking the …

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Wine & Food Week returns to The Woodlands June 7-11

After a two-year pandemic pause, Wine & Gastronomy Week returns to the woods with a variety of culinary events crowned by the Wine Rendezvous Grand Tasting & Chef Showcase, one of the region’s premier food and wine restaurants on June 11. More than 100 chefs and hundreds of wines will …

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Symptoms and causes of monkeypox infections, which the CDC calls an “emerging problem”

New cases of monkeypox were reported in the UK, Spain, Portugal, Italy and the US this week, a rare occurrence for a virus largely confined to central and west Africa. United States reported its first case of monkeypox of the year Wednesday: a man from Massachusetts. The New York Health …

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France: Giroud lost four men’s record goals with Benzema’s return

Olivier Giroud has been left out of the France squad for their upcoming Nations League games following the return of Karim Benzema. Benzema missed Didier Deschamps’ most recent squad through injury and in his absence Giroud scored twice in friendlies against Ivory Coast and South Africa. Those efforts saw the …

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County updates electric vehicle charging plan

An updated community plan for electric vehicle charging stations encompassing Oneida and Herkimer counties has been released, according to Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. The goal of the electric vehicle (EV) plan is to recommend strategies to support current and future EV drivers traveling within the region and …

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Jerry Green era of Tennessee basketball begins in Europe 1997

I’m going to Europe. The planning sparked a mental slideshow of another trip to Europe 25 years ago. Charles Hathaway and CJ Black pose alongside a fashionable Parisian with the Eiffel Tower as a backdrop. Click on. Vol basketball players, wearing drooping uniform shorts, attract a crowd of bikini-clad beauties …

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Virginia Basketball Announces Four-Game Exhibition Schedule for Italy Tour

The Virginia men’s basketball team will embark on a ten-day trip to Italy in early August, which will also include practice and exhibition games, as well as a chance for the team to bond and build chemistry, especially for new members. from the list. UVA will play in four exhibition …

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How much would you pay for two cocktails and crab legs? Greek restaurant says $1000

123RF Exorbitant prices are not uncommon in Mykonos (file photo). A shocked American tourist plans to turn himself in to police on the Greek island of Mykonos after being charged nearly NZ$1,000 for two cocktails and a snack at a beach restaurant. The huge cost also included a tip of …

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Take It International – Triathlete

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> To access all of our workouts, gear, and race coverage, plus exclusive workout plans, FinisherPix photos, event discounts, and GPS apps, >”,”name”:”in-content- cta”,”type”:”link “}}”>subscribe to Outside+. There’s no vacation like a run-cation. This theoretically planned trip around your favorite …

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24-hour chocolate, wine and mezcal bars hint at golden offerings at Riviera Maya’s newest boutique hotel

The elevated concrete pool at La Casa de La Playa The House of La Playa Over the past few years, the Riviera Maya’s reputation as a foodie destination has grown like the cream of coconut milk. A slew of fine dining properties, aided by celebrity Mexican chefs, lure travelers heading …

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Italian Exhibition Group, the first quarter of 2022 exceeds expectations

According to Corrado Peraboni, CEO of IEG: “The participation recorded during the events of this first quarter and the results obtained, both in volume and in maintaining the pricing applied, suggest that we can situate the darkest period of this pandemic, which dealt a severe blow at trade shows around …

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Pope rallies from knee pain to proclaim 10 new saints

ROME (AP) — Pope Francis created 10 new saints on Sunday, rallying to knee pain that forced him to use a wheelchair to preside over the first canonization ceremony at the Vatican in more than two years. Francis stood for a long time at the start to greet the priests …

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14 Days in Italy: A Complete Guide to Traveling by Train for a Whistle Tour of the Country

Want a greener and cheaper holiday this summer? Then Italy is the place to be. The Italian railway network is extensive. In fact, its tracks cover no less than 25,000 km. The impressive infrastructure has made cleaner travel possible at affordable prices, and it’s fair to say that it has …

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Positano Hotel Review: Why You Should Stay at the Luxurious Eden Roc Suites Hotel

May 14, 2022 – 7:00 p.m. BST Ainhoa ​​Barcelona A review of the luxury four-star Eden Roc Suites in Positano, Amalfi Coast, Italy – from the stylish modern rooms to the superb breakfast buffet Positano. It’s a star-loved destination where the quaint (and hilly) streets have been walked …

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Eurovision 2022: how to watch and what to know

Follow live updates on the Eurovision grand final. LONDON — The Eurovision Song Contest began in 1956 as a friendly musical competition between public service television stations and has since grown into the world’s biggest, and perhaps quirkiest, live music event. This year, the competition takes place while there is …

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Saudi Man Charged After Maserati Rolls Down Rome’s Spanish Steps

Roma (CNN) — In Rome, don’t drive your fancy sports car up the historic stairs. That was apparently overlooked by a man who this week drove his rental Maserati up the city’s Spanish Steps and now faces charges of allegedly damaging the monument, police in the capital say Italian. The …

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What is the Process of Getting a Home Improvement Loan? | Green Day Online

What is the Process of Getting a Home Improvement Loan? | Green Day Online

Loans for home improvement could be secured by your home or could be secured with. The most popular definition of “home improvement loan” refers to an unsecure personal loan you use to finance home improvement. But they’re not your only option to finance when trying to make your home more modern. The …

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Things to do in Rome in 2022: restaurants, attractions and more

With masking and vaccination requirements largely dropped in Italy and summer approaching, crowds of travelers have started to return to Rome’s Centro Storico – the area most dependent on tourism and hardest hit by the pandemic – according to hoteliers and other people working near the emblematic places of Rome. …

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Masks gone, but what about boosters and bureaucracy?

France will drop its mask mandate on public transport on May 16 AFP via Getty Images The French government has announced that it will remove its mask mandate on public transport, the only remaining place where it still exists (except for medical establishments). The rule will come into effect from …

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Sassuolo CEO drops Raspadori bomb, thinks Milan deserve Scudetto

Sassuolo CEO Giovanni Carnevali revealed a bombshell, indicating that Neroverdi the prodigy Giacomo Raspadori could see his career develop in another country and not in Italy. Carnevali, who played a pivotal role in Sassuolo’s emergence as a feeder club for Azzuri giants, also believes that last-day opponents Milan have a …

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The Boca Raton Art Museum presents “The Art of Hollywood Backdrop”

With just a few steps, people entering the Boca Raton Art Museum can travel from the colossal Mount Rushmore to the vast cityscape of ancient Rome. All 22 renders look real, but they were ripped from MGM’s basements – narrowly escaping a junkyard grave. “The Art of the Hollywood Backdrop” …

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Hotel Reviews: The Arrow Private Hotel, Arrowtown

Travel May 11, 2022 00:003 minute read The Arrow Private Hotel, Arrowtown. Photo / Provided Arrow Hotel, ArrowtownPrivate boutique cubes in a quiet corner of Queenstown’s most endearing gold rush town Location: Away from the crowds and cobblestones of the gentrified border town, close enough to shops and cafes. Style: …

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A popular Italian restaurant in Alabama closes for renovations

Giuseppe’s coffee, a popular and welcoming spot in the Glen Iris area of ​​Birmingham, closes on May 21. But fans of the restaurant need not worry; the closure is temporary and prompted by renovations to the building at 925 Eighth St. South. “Don’t panic, but our building needs some love, …

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United Airlines Inaugurates Nonstop Milan-Chicago Service – Airways Magazine

DALLAS – United Airlines (UA) has launched new nonstop daily seasonal service between Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP) and Chicago O’Hare (ORD), with the first flight departing Milan last weekend and service until the end of September 2022. With the addition of this new route, UA becomes the only airline to …

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Passengers flying to Italy can enjoy a complimentary cocktail on these United flights

Get ready to burst some bubbles on your flight to Italy this summer. United Airlines is offering free sparkling cocktails on select flights for the next few months. Free cocktails United Airlines partners with Spritz Society to offer its award-winning sparkling cocktails on select seasonal flights to Italy. You can …

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Horses and luxury meet at the equestrian hotel

OCALA, Florida. Aside from a few opulent resorts in the Orlando area, Central Florida has never been known for its luxurious accommodations. And for many visitors and Floridians, Ocala is just “horse country” and a few exits along Interstate 75. This is changing rapidly, thanks in large part to the …

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Coffee, beer and rice: Try the risotto dish that Stanley Tucci called a “revelation”

Editor’s Note – Don’t miss “Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy,” airing Sundays at 9 p.m. ET. Tucci travels Italy to discover the secrets and delights of the country’s regional cuisines. (CNN) — Piedmont, a region in northwest Italy, is synonymous with risotto. And the beating heart of this culinary tradition …

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Airline updates you won’t want to miss for international summer travel

Schiphol, The Netherlands – November 14, 2012: KLM Embraer ERJ-190 Cityhopper taking off from … [+] Schiphol Airport at sunset. KLM Cityhopper is the regional subsidiary of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (part of the Air France-KLM group). Getty When you fly this summer, there are new amenities, routes, initiatives and …

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Excerpt: “Someone Feed Phil the Book” by Phil Rosenthal

In his upcoming travel diary and cookbook, Phil Rosenthal, star of the hit Netflix series “Somebody Feed Phil,” and previously showrunner of the longtime sitcom “Everybody Loves Ray,” writes how his star, Ray Romano, inspired his food and travel show. Read an excerpt below, and don’t miss Dr. Jon LaPook’s …

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New York’s iconic Bossert Hotel faces closure

Once one of the loudest hotels in the outer boroughs, with one also set to reopen as a luxury stay, this historic stunner is now facing foreclosure. How the Bossert Hotel in Brooklyn Heights fell out of favor: The Montague Street beauty, previously dubbed the ‘Waldorf-Astoria of Brooklyn,’ received a …

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Salernitana’s miraculous eye escape acts as Milan giants battle for title

Published on: 05/05/2022 – 21:30Amended: 05/05/2022 – 21:29 Roma (AFP) – Salernitana’s incredible offer for Serie A safety looks solid after a 2-1 win over Venezia on Thursday lifted them out of the relegation zone and set them up for a survival showdown with Cagliari. Substitute Simone Verdi’s 67th-minute goal …

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Wild boar attacks prompt Rome’s neighbors to impose curfew

Residents of several neighborhoods in Rome have declared a curfew. Why? To protect themselves from the series of boar attacks they have suffered lately. CBS News reports that approximately 5,000 to 6,000 wild boars are currently occupying Rome and taking up residence in city parks. However, they tend to forage …

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Orient Express will open its second hotel in Italy

The legendary travel brand Orient Express, part of the world-leading Accor group, has signed a partnership agreement with the Italian hotel group Arsenale SpA to open the second Orient Express hotel in Italy in the spectacular Palazzo Donà Giovannelli in Venice. The Groups selected architect and interior designer Aline Asmar …

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Denver couple cancel trip to Italy to volunteer at Ukrainian border

DENVER (KDVR) — Cheri and Michael Foss had planned a vacation to Italy in April, but after seeing all that is happening in Ukraine, the Denver couple canceled their trip and went to help Ukrainian refugees instead. Les Fosses volunteered to World Central Cuisinean organization that has provided millions of …

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Rail route of the month: from Basel to Locarno, the classic slow of the Swiss Alps | Travel by rail

AAt just over 35 miles, the Gotthard Base Tunnel is the longest rail tunnel in the world. When it opened in 2016, there was speculation about the fate of the old Gotthard Railway through the Swiss Alps. It is a strongly graduated sinuous line; it runs along Lake Lucerne then …

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Emma Raducanu hopes to overcome her injury to play in Rome

Emma Raducanu is optimistic about competing in Rome next week despite a back injury as she withdrew from the Madrid Open after a three-set loss to Anhelina Kalinina. Raducanu was moody and muscular in a first set that lasted just 35 minutes, after which she briefly left the court for …

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The complete travel guide to iconic Italian Milan

Quick links The best things to do in Milan Milan, the heart of fashion and finance in Italy, is located in its northern part. With a huge cultural heritage, gothic architecture and vibrant cosmopolitanism, Milan has always stood out from the rest of the country’s cities. With distinct vibes, a …

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United Airlines offers free Spritz cocktails on flights to Italy

United Airlines will offer free spritz cocktails on select flights to Italy this summer. Spritz Society’s award-winning premium sparkling cocktails will be available on United’s seasonal flights between Chicago and Milan from Friday, May 6 through August 6, and on United’s summer flights between Newark and Rome from May 26 …

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‘Soft goals’ again but all of Leicester know their season will be defined at Rome

When the dust settles on Leicester City’s 2021-22 season and Brendan Rodgers has time to reflect, he’ll likely be hit with an idea of ​​what could have been. In many ways, it was a season of missed opportunities. Leicester dropped points which could have seen them mount a stronger challenge …

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6 travel tips to save on airfare and hotels in 2022

Travel is back – with sardine-filled airports and cushioned seats, despite COVID-19 masking and testing requirements for international travelers. At least, that’s what I thought when I took a trip to Spain via Chicago last March. Nearly a month later, the picture of what travel will look like for the …

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Italy and Greece ease Covid restrictions ahead of tourist season

Italy and Greece have eased some Covid-19 restrictions, a sign that life is increasingly returning to normal ahead of Europe’s peak summer tourist season. Greece’s Civil Aviation Authority has announced that it is lifting all coronavirus rules for international and domestic flights, except for the wearing of face masks during …

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