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Disney Cruise Line said that guests currently booked on affected sailings will be offered the choice of a full refund or a cruise credit to be used for a future sailing within 15 months of their original sail date
Passes for both Monday, May 11 and Tuesday, May 12, sold out “almost instantly,” a report says.
Get ready for the cost of air travel to skyrocket once it's safe to travel. Airline travel is down by about 90 percent in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Both Frontier Airlines and Carnival Cruise Line is offering deals to lure customers back.
"Guests will be expected to bring their own face coverings and will be required to wear them both at the airport and throughout the flight,” Spirit Airlines said.
Carnival Cruise Line said that they will take a measured approach towards bringing sailings back, phasing in some cruises starting in August.
The coronavirus pandemic has crippled the travel industry. As counties gradually reopen their economies, many companies are changing how they operate.
“We want our passengers to feel comfortable when flying with us by protecting themselves and their fellow travelers as we all navigate the COVID-19 pandemic,” Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle said.
It remains to be seen how travel trends may be impacted after the stay-at-home order is lifted.
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Hundreds of flight attendants employed by American Airlines and Southwest Airlines have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, their unions have claimed.
While most Carnival cruises are only canceled through May 11, particular sailings that dated further out are being canceled. For example, all San Francisco sailings are canceled through the rest of the year.
They said that all impacted travelers have received an email from either Carnival directly or Travel Advisor.
The man just got back from a cruise to Jamaica and learned that a fellow passenger tested positive for coronavirus.
Carnival hopes that offering their ships as hospitals will free up additional space on land to treat patients with COVID-19.
Airport officials told FOX 35 News that the worker was a contract employee that worked at a car rental place offsite.
The cruise line said that due to the unpredictable circumstances evolving from the spread of COVID-19 and in an abundance of caution, the cruise line will voluntarily pause global operations of its 18 ships for 60 days.
Some fares from Orlando to some U.S. destinations are as low as $53.
Reports say that the cruise ship is sailing back and forth the Florida coast meanwhile.