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Why Europe Travel May Soon Get Complicated - smartertravel.com - Germany - Norway - Austria - Denmark - France - Hungary - Poland - Slovakia - Slovenia - Sweden - Ireland - New York - city Chicago - city Vienna
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27.07.2023

Why Europe Travel May Soon Get Complicated

The 26-country no-border-control Schengen area is in danger of collapsing under the migration threat. Presumably, the new border controls will be for no more than two years. But for now, you have to figure on reverting to the bad old days of mind-numbing border hassles within the area.

The TSA Has Been Spying on You (And Worse) - smartertravel.com
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27.07.2023

The TSA Has Been Spying on You (And Worse)

An incredible, unsettling report from the ACLU, using the documents obtained from the TSA, details patterns of racial and religious profiling, dubious tactics, and shaky science in that agency’s behavior detection program.

That NRA Travel Discount? Check, It Might Be Gone - smartertravel.com - city Las Vegas - state Florida
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27.07.2023

That NRA Travel Discount? Check, It Might Be Gone

If you’re a member of the National Rifle Association, you may have gotten accustomed to enjoying member discounts from a number of prominent travel suppliers. If you check today, you’ll find that most of those NRA partner companies are no longer listed on the NRA website.

How Is Terrorism Affecting Travel? - smartertravel.com - city European - Germany - Belgium - France - Usa - Turkey
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27.07.2023

How Is Terrorism Affecting Travel?

With every terror attack that grips the world, we all pause to reflect. World travelers and frequent flyers, however, likely react a little differently: People with upcoming adventures abroad tend to follow the news more closely, start researching travel insurance, and keep tabs on safety alerts.

Border Control Wants to Peek at Your Facebook Account - smartertravel.com
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27.07.2023

Border Control Wants to Peek at Your Facebook Account

The puns almost write themselves: U.S. Border Control wants to “friend” you. Travelers set to “dislike” new Border Control proposal. And on and on.

TSA PreCheck Now Available at 5 More Airlines - smartertravel.com - Netherlands - France - Philippines
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27.07.2023

TSA PreCheck Now Available at 5 More Airlines

The Transportation Security Administration today announced the addition of five new airlines to its TSA PreCheck trusted-traveler program. They are Air France, Brussels Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Philippine Airlines, and World Atlantic.

New Security Interviews for U.S.-Bound Flights Could Mean Longer Lines - smartertravel.com - Usa - New York
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27.07.2023

New Security Interviews for U.S.-Bound Flights Could Mean Longer Lines

Flying to the U.S. from abroad? Get ready for potentially longer check-in times and new security measures. Effective this week, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will increase scrutiny on electronic devices travelers bring onboard.

This City Dethroned London as the Most-Visited in the World - smartertravel.com - Eu - Japan - Britain - New York - state Oregon - city Istanbul - Thailand - city Bangkok - city Dubai
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27.07.2023

This City Dethroned London as the Most-Visited in the World

When it comes to the world’s most popular destinations, two travel hubs have been in a tug-of-war match for the title of ‘most-visited’ over the past few years.

Airline Electronics Ban Slammed as Inept and Ineffective - smartertravel.com
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27.07.2023

Airline Electronics Ban Slammed as Inept and Ineffective

The ban on electronic devices carried onboard flights to the U.S. and U.K. from select African and Middle Eastern countries has been anything but uncontroversial. While the response at the level of companies and organizations has been mostly muted, travelers on such sites as FlyerTalk and InsideFlyer have expressed considerable skepticism as to both the ban’s underlying motives and its efficacy.

Expanded Electronics Ban on Hold, For Now - smartertravel.com - Morocco - Eu - Saudi Arabia - Egypt
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27.07.2023

Expanded Electronics Ban on Hold, For Now

As reported last week, the U.S. is seeking to expand its current electronics ban on laptops and other devices on international flights. The current, controversial electronics ban covers flights to the U.S. from 10 countries, including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Morocco. An expanded electronics ban would include flights from Europe as well.

Tourism After Terror: What Happens Next? - smartertravel.com - Belgium - Portugal - Ireland - Britain - Usa - New York - city Istanbul - city Brussels - Egypt
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27.07.2023

Tourism After Terror: What Happens Next?

I’ve been thinking a lot about the people I met in Egypt.

U.K. Joins U.S. Laptop Ban as Skepticism Mounts - smartertravel.com - Britain - state Alaska - Turkey - Saudi Arabia - Jordan - Lebanon - Egypt - Tunisia
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27.07.2023

U.K. Joins U.S. Laptop Ban as Skepticism Mounts

Just hours after the Department of Homeland Security published its ban on electronic devices on flights to the U.S. from 10 Middle East and African airports, the U.K. followed suit, with its own ban on carry-on devices on flights to the United Kingdom from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia, and Saudi Arabia.

U.S. State Department Issues Cuba Travel Warning - smartertravel.com - Usa - city London - Cuba - city Havana
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27.07.2023

U.S. State Department Issues Cuba Travel Warning

Since diplomatic relations with Cuba were reinstated and a newly liberalized U.S.-Cuba aviation agreement was enacted last year, travel between the two countries has been a decidedly up-and-down affair.

Coming to a Security Checkpoint Near You: Fingerprint Screening - smartertravel.com - Usa - city Denver - city Atlanta
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27.07.2023

Coming to a Security Checkpoint Near You: Fingerprint Screening

What is likely to become the new era of airport security began this week at Atlanta and Denver airports, where the Transportation Security Administration is real-world testing a new way to confirm travelers’ identities.

Should Flight Attendants Be Armed? - smartertravel.com - Britain - New York - North Korea
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27.07.2023

Should Flight Attendants Be Armed?

In a fact sheet issued last month, IATA, the International Air Transport Association, calls them “unruly passengers,” and deems them a “significant problem.”

The Latest Trump Travel Ban, Banned by 2 Courts - smartertravel.com - Usa - state Maryland - state Washington - city Seattle - state Hawaii - Iraq
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27.07.2023

The Latest Trump Travel Ban, Banned by 2 Courts

Just hours before it was to take effect, the Trump administration’s revised travel ban was blocked by a federal judge in Hawaii. A second judge, in Maryland, followed suit.

New Disney Policy Puts Security Over Privacy - smartertravel.com - Eu - Usa - city Las Vegas
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27.07.2023

New Disney Policy Puts Security Over Privacy

The “Do Not Disturb” sign is a ubiquitous part of the hotel-stay experience. And many would argue that it’s essential to a restful stay. After all, who wants to come out of the shower to find a housekeeper tidying up your room?

Will Travelers Be Asked to Pay for Trump’s Wall? - smartertravel.com - Usa - Mexico
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27.07.2023

Will Travelers Be Asked to Pay for Trump’s Wall?

Remember Donald Trump’s oft-repeated promise during the recent presidential race to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, and force Mexico to pay for it?

Trump Travel Ban Is Hurting the Travel Industry - smartertravel.com - Russia
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27.07.2023

Trump Travel Ban Is Hurting the Travel Industry

Donald Trump’s ascent to the presidency was predicated largely on two promises: more jobs and stiffer border security. Easier said than done. As it turns out, there are trade-offs that Trump either didn’t foresee or opted not to disclose.

Electronic Devices Banned on Some Overseas Flights - smartertravel.com - Morocco - Usa - Turkey - city Istanbul, Turkey - Saudi Arabia - Qatar - Jordan - Uae - city Abu Dhabi - Egypt - city Cairo, Egypt - city Dubai - city Doha, Qatar - city Riyadh - city Kuwait
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27.07.2023

Electronic Devices Banned on Some Overseas Flights

It’s official: Passengers flying on nine airlines non-stop to the U.S. from 10 airports (Cairo, Egypt; Amman, Jordan; Kuwait City, Kuwait; Casablanca, Morocco; Doha, Qatar; Riyadh and Jeddah in Saudi Arabia; Istanbul in Turkey; and Abu Dhabi and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates) will be prohibited from bringing electronic devices larger than cellphones on board with them.

U.S. Considers Extending Laptop Ban to Europe Flights - smartertravel.com - Morocco - Usa - Turkey - Saudi Arabia - Qatar - Jordan - Uae - Egypt - Kuwait
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27.07.2023

U.S. Considers Extending Laptop Ban to Europe Flights

Although the shocking passenger-bashing incidents at American and United have mostly upstaged the laptop ban story in recent weeks, another media-focus turnaround may be in the offing.

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