IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM TRAVEL NETWORK MORGANTOWN
To Our Value Customers,
On March 2020, coronavirus became the biggest disruptor in our modern history. This catastrophic event has changed our way of life forever. So, for the safety and health of our staff, and to follow the strict guidelines of CDC and local health officials, we have decided to close our physical office on Patteson Drive and University Ave in Morgantown. We are now in-compliance to social distancing and self-isolation in the midst of this COVID-19.
Since then, our staff has been working tirelessly and remotely away from office in changing reservations, cancellations, and refund requests. If you have any questions on your existing reservation or to get the latest update on COVID travel restrictions, please feel free to contact us by phone at (304) 598-7777, or email us at TNTours@hotmail.com
We are now an official online agency with local agent support. Also, we will continue to monitor and update the status of all destinations and working diligently to adapt to new rules and restrictions while planning your future travel.
Our customers have always been the heart of our company. We're grateful to you and your patronage in last 20 years. If you feel safe and ready to travel again, we hope to have your ongoing support.
Stay Safe and Healthy!
Travel Network Management Team.
Latest COVID Travel News:
16APR21 - Israel to Reopen to International Tourism May 23. On May 23, 2021, Israel will begin welcoming vaccinated groups of international travelers through a phased approach.
15APR21 - Anguilla: All visitors must be vaccinated, starting in July. In the meantime, the island has lowered the required quarantine period for fully vaccinated visitors from 14 days to seven days.
15APR21 - EU countries officially agree to digital health pass use to restart summer travel
14APR21 - New York lifts quarantine and testing requirements for international travelers. On Saturday, New York state announced that it was lifting its COVID-19 testing and quarantine requirements for inbound international travelers, which arrives on the heels of another policy change, which ended New York’s quarantine mandate on visitors arriving from other U.S. states and territories as of April 1.
13APR21 - Nevada Will Return To Full Capacity on June 1.
12APR21 - U.K. to ease lockdown next week, will test vaccine passports. The government will test out a contentious "Covid-status certification" system as a tool to help travel and large events return safely.
11APR21 - Tahiti to Reopen to Tourism May 1. The Islands of Tahiti will officially reopen to international tourism on May 1, 2021, the president of French Polynesia announced this week.
07APR21 - For the first time, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) has signaled that some cruising could restart from U.S. sometime this summer.
07APR21 - Norwegian Cruise Line will restart sailing from outside the U.S.. Norwegian's Jade, Joy and Gem will sail from Athens, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic, respectively, starting in July.
07APR21 - Carnival president says the line may have 'no choice' but to sail outside the U.S. .The statement from Christine Duffy came on the day Carnival extended its U.S. operations pause through June.
05APR21 - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) on Friday said fully vaccinated people can now travel safely if they adhere to additional COVID-19 protocols.
03APR21 - American Airlines customers traveling from New York City (JFK) to Milan (MXP) and from JFK to Rome (FCO) will enjoy quarantine-free travel when service returns in the coming days and weeks. Prior to travel, customers will need to provide proof of the required negative COVID-19 test. Based on current Italian rules, upon arrival in Milan or Rome and after taking a second test at the airport producing a negative result, travelers will be able to forgo the local post-travel quarantine requirements, enabling customers to maximize their time while in Italy.
01APR21 - Delta Air Lines Will No Longer Block Middle Seats. The change will take place starting May 1st.
03APR21 - Delta Offers More Service to Iceland, First European Destination Open to Vaccinated Americans.
03APR21 - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Friday that Americans who have received an FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine can travel safely within the United States.
03APR21 - Croatia Latest Country To Waive Requirements for Vaccinated Travelers, The popular Eastern European destination has announced that fully vaccinated international travelers are now exempt.
31MAR21 - Disneyland Will Reopen on April 30th., 2021
31MAR21 - With Iceland reopening, airlines ramp up flights. Icelandair is expanding existing service to the island, while Delta and United will resume flights soon.
31MAR21 - Florida to ban vaccine passports. Theme parks will be banned from seeking proof of vaccination.
31MAR21 - Japan introducing digital vaccine certificates. It will allow people to upload proof of vaccination.
31MAR21 - New York becomes the first state to offer a Covid-19 vaccination digital pass (New York Times). New York State has introduced a digital app that allows individuals to prove they have been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus or have recently tested negative.
29MAR21 - Hawaii gets tourism surge as coronavirus rules loosen up. Tourists are traveling to Hawaii in larger numbers than officials anticipated, and many are wandering around Waikiki without masks, despite a statewide mandate to wear them in public.
29MAR21 - Several cruise lines are requiring vaccines, but not everyone is on board. Some travel advisors say many of their clients are disappointed with cruise line vaccine requirements for sailing.
19MAR21 - Disney Cruise Line plans its first summer sailings from Miami. Cruises from Miami aboard the Disney Dream will begin on June 7, 2022.
19MAR21 - Iceland opens its borders to vaccinated travelers. The country has opened its borders to all travelers who have been vaccinated against or can show proof of a previous Covid-19 infection
12MAR21 - Required Quarantine for Domestic Travel to New York Ending April 1ST.. While no longer required, quarantine after domestic travel is still advised. Mandatory quarantine for international travelers remains in effect.
What is Open?? What is Not??
Last Updated on Dec 10th., 2020
Caribbean Islands Open - Arrival restrictions applies;
Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Haiti, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, St. Barts, St. Lucia, St. Maarten, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Turks and Caicos, U.S. Virgin Islands, Bonaire, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Curacao, St. Kitts and Nevis,
- All travelers are required to complete an online Pre-Travel Authorization and/or a negative COVID test results within 3 days - 10 Days before arrival.
Caribbean Islands Not Open to US Visitors;
Guadeloupe, Martinique, Monserrat.
Mexico destinations Open for US Tourists by Air only;
* Cancun, Cozumel, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Cabo St. Lucus
All Visitors to any Hawaii Islands will require a 14 Days Quarantine on arrival;
* 22SEP20 - Hawaii will forgo the mandatory 14 day quarantine beginning Oct 15th. 2020, by providing a valid negative COVID-19 test result up to 72 hours prior to arrival.
* Oahu, Maui, Big Island, Lanai, Molokai
* Kauai opted out, requires a 14 day quarantine upon arrival
01OCT20 - COVID-19 October Travel Restrictions: Latest Quarantine Rules for US States.
Countries Open to US Visitors with arrival restrictions and/or Pre-COVID test requires
United Kingdom, Ireland, Costa Rica, Dubai, Brazil, Egypt, South Korea, Columbia, Croatia, Ecuador, Ghana, Guatemala, Grenada, Honduras, Kosovo, Maldives, Montenegro, Nicaragua, North Macedonia, Puerto Rico, French Polynesia, Rwanda, Serbia, St. Barts, Turkey, Ukraine, Belize, Sri Lanka, Zambia, Tahiti, Uganda, Belize, Canada, Panama.