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Editor’s Note — CNN Travel updates this article periodically. It was last updated in its entirety on October 22. (CNN) — If you’re planning a trip to Italy, here’s what you’ll need to know and expect if you want to visit during the global coronavirus pandemic. The basics Italy is currently in a state of
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Editor’s Note — CNN Travel updates this article periodically. It was last updated in its entirety on October 22. (CNN) — If you’re planning a trip to Dubai, here’s what you’ll need to know and expect if you want to visit during the global coronavirus pandemic. The basics Dubai reopened to visitors from August 1,
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Editor’s Note — CNN Travel updates this article periodically. It was last updated in its entirety on October 22. (CNN) — If you’re planning a trip to the Maldives here’s what you’ll need to know and expect if you want to visit during the global coronavirus pandemic. The basics The Maldives reopened borders to all
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(CNN) — With medieval origins and a quaint, colorful port, the low-rise Norwegian city of Trondheim doesn’t look very futuristic. But the former Viking capital is making waves with a pioneering transport initiative: a zero-emissions, self-driving electric ferry. The small, autonomous ferry, which launches next year, works “like an elevator” says Erik Dyrkoren, CEO of
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(CNN) — Southwest Airlines is about to sell every seat on board its flights. The news that the airline will no longer limit the number of seats sold comes on the heels of Southwest announcing a $1.2 billion third quarter loss because of the pandemic. In a Thursday earnings report, Southwest announced it will no
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(CNN) — At a mammoth 18 hours, it was the world’s longest scheduled passenger flight, seen as a feat of endurance for those who dared book it. But Singapore Airlines’ Singapore-Newark flight, which covered a staggering 9,534 miles, was an early victim of the Covid-19 pandemic, being put on hold on March 23. Now, however,
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(CNN) — How many times do you touch the cabin around you in an airplane when you fly? How about the airport? How many times do the people working there touch your belongings? The answer today is, as a rule, “quite a lot.” But airlines, airports and the aviation industry want the answer in the
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(CNN) — It’s been one of the most divisive elections in North America this year. But close to 11 months after the poll was announced, and after a shock last-minute change of candidates, the town of Asbestos, Quebec, has a new name. Close to half of the town’s 6,000 or so residents turned out for
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(CNN) — What’s Italy’s best pasta sauce? That’s the kind of question that can start a fight in the home of spaghetti and tortellini. Will it be Bologna’s meaty, slow-cooked ragu — so famous that half the globe has bastardized it and called it “bolognese?” Liguria’s nutty, basil-flushed pesto? Or how about carbonara — a
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