President Biden announced that the U.S. is temporarily closing its borders to non-citizens from many European countries, Brazil, and South Africa.
Disney fans appeared to be divided on the new offering.
There will be more than 70 dishes and 13 beverages for park guests around the globe.
The world's second-busiest cruise ship port is mostly a ghost town since COVID-19.
Universal Orlando Resort has hit capacity several times this holiday season before noon.
The Grand Hall contains a golden statue of one of the company's famous princesses.
Orlando will reportedly become the only airport in Florida to offer direct access to Hawaii and provides convenient one-stop connectivity to Asia.
American Airlines announced that all of its domestic passengers will now have access to an at-home COVID-19 test prior to their departure for $129.
The outlooks posted Tuesday indicate the state could be back to 30 million visitors a quarter by the third quarter of 2021.
The holidays at LEGOLAND run select dates in November and December through New Year’s Eve: November 27-29, December 5-6, 12-13, 19-20, and 24-31.
Brightline is said to be building train tunnels from South Florida to the Orlando International Airport, aiming to open in late 2022.
Those who have paid their reservation in full will be offered the choice of a cruise credit to be used for a future sailing or a full refund.
Traffic is increasing at Orlando International Airport. OIA is expecting the Thanksgiving travel season to start this coming weekend and is asking visitors to abide by safety measures established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The cruise line said it is continuing its plans to meet the requirements issued on Oct. 30 by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Dr. Fauci and the CDC have recommended against flying during the holidays.
The CDC has no lifted the no sail-order and replaced it with a conditional sail order through November 1st, 2021.
In the memo, Delta's CEO stated that wearing a mask was among the simplest and most effective actions to reduce transmitting the coronavirus.
Carnival Cruises previously canceled cruises from that all U.S. ports except for Port Canaveral and Miami for the rest of the year.
Cruise lines are docked right now but they are making plans to set sail soon. They have agreed to test all passengers and crew members for COVID-19. Royal Caribbean is running test cruises to prepare for reopening for business.
The new testing rule is 'effective immediately worldwide,' said a CLIA exec.