Topic: Government Regulations
Tourists who swim in Venice’s canals, wander around shirtless or loll on the steps of stone bridges will be fined up to €500 ($558). Learn more here.
Brunei's news tourism tagline reads, "The abode of peace beckons," which appears to contradict the country's strict laws regarding homosexuality and adultery.
Starting June 17, American, Canadian, Australian and Japanese citizens who wish to disembark in Brazil will be exempt from visas and their fees. Here's more.
Following yesterday’s decision to ground the Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 in the United States, airlines are changing their operations to help passengers on affected flights. Here’s what travelers need to know.
U.S. Virgin Islands Governor Albert Bryan has released details on the flights to the destination affected by the decision. More here.
President Donald Trump has announced the U.S. will issue an emergency order to ground all Max 8s, Max 9s and associated planes. Here's the latest.
The U.S. remains one of the last countries still flying the Max 8, despite complaints from pilots naming similar deficiencies as seen in the recent crashes.
Although the U.K. has not grounded all Boeing 737 Max 8s, it has banned the aircraft from U.K. airspace. Here's the latest.
The carriers are the latest to join suit following a deadly Ethiopian Airlines crash. American and Southwest will continue operation, however.
Starting in 2021, the European Union will require U.S. citizens to register to visit upwards of 26 European countries. Here's what you need to know.