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Something to look forward to again.
The journey begins the moment we decide to go somewhere.
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Let’s make a plan to head for the horizon and reignite our sense of wonder.
Let’s find a place to unpack and unwind. Book now for a trip to look forward to later.
Let’s plan now. Because your next perfect get away can’t get here soon enough.
We all need something to look forward to again. And nothing is more exciting than planning that next perfect getaway. The one that can’t get here soon enough.
Because the journey begins the moment we decide to go somewhere. Anywhere. It’s time to feel that feeling once again. Let’s get inspired. Let’s save a date. Let’s book a trip. And aim for the destination that will feel like no other.
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A healthy and safe travel experience is a shared responsibility. When businesses, residents and travelers all do their parts, Americans can Travel Confidently.
Look Forward to the Future with Confidence.
YOU CAN BE CONFIDENT THAT THROUGHOUT EVERY PART OF YOUR TRAVEL JOURNEY, THE TRAVEL INDUSTRY IS COMMITTED TO ENHANCED HEALTH PRACTICES TO HELP KEEP YOU SAFE. A COMMON SET OF ENHANCED HEALTH AND CLEANLINESS MEASURES HAS BEEN WIDELY IMPLEMENTED, NOT ONLY TO PROTECT YOUR SAFETY, BUT ALSO TO ENSURE YOUR TRIP IS AS ENJOYABLE AND WORRY-FREE AS POSSIBLE.
Recent studies show that travel on an aircraft is safer than a trip to the grocery store.
New findings from a recent report from the Aviation Public Health Initiative—a project of the Harvard School of Public Health is analyzing strategies and practices around the risks of flying and the results were extremely positive:
Through a layered approach to risk mitigation, the scientific evidence shows a low risk of transmission on aircrafts
The layered measures reduce the risk of COVID transmission below that of other routine activities such as grocery shopping
In a separate study by the Department of Defense, findings showed that a person would have to be sitting next to an infectious passenger for at least 54 hours to receive a dangerous dose of the virus through on a packed flight.