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WEEKLY CORPORATE TRAVEL MAY 1

JetBlue to Require Passengers to Wear Face Coverings

On May 4, JetBlue will require all passengers to wear a mask or face covering during check-in, boarding, on their flight and when deplaning. JetBlue is basing its policies on U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, which specify a face covering as something that covers the mouth and nose, is secured with ties or ear loops, fits snugly on the face and allows for unrestricted breathing.

Air Canada Halting All US Flights

Air Canada is suspending all remaining transborder flights to the US after a ban on cross-border travel was extended for another 30 days. The last US flights will operate on April 26 and then resume again on May 22.

CBP Extends Trusted Traveler Enrollment Suspension

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is extending its closure of Trusted Traveler Program enrollment centers to June 1. All Global Entry enrollment centers, Nexus enrollment centers, Sentri enrollment centers and FAST enrollment centers will remain closed, and mobile enrollment for Global Entry also remains on hold.

How Will You Know When It’s Safe to Travel Again?

Many avid travelers may be wondering when they can start traveling again. The decision ultimately comes down to when medical experts say we have sufficiently succeeded in flattening the curve, and when businesses and local governments think it’s safe to start opening back up for business. Here are some of the things you can expect to happen before travel can be a possibility.

Canada Enforces Face Masks For All Air Travelers

Canada has imposed new rules mandating face masks for all air travelers. All travelers must prove they have a non-medical mask or face covering, or may be denied boarding. Only children under the age of two and some people with disabilities are exempt.

United Promises Leniency in Corporate Contract Terms

Canada has imposed new rules mandating face masks for all air travelers. All travelers must prove they have a non-medical mask or face covering, or may be denied boarding. Only children under the age of two and some people with disabilities are exempt.


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