International Travel Returns to the US

After nearly two years of restrictions and prolonged economic loss, the United States reopened its borders to vaccinated international travelers today—a significant milestone in our industry’s recovery and our efforts to rebuild the international inbound travel market.

The effects of the border closure restrictions were felt across all segments of our industry—resulting in losses of nearly $300 billion in export income and more than one million American jobs from March 2020 to October of this year.

Today, vaccinated travelers from all over the world can once again visit America by both land and air and experience all that our great country has to offer. The reopening will enable us to reconnect with the global community and will reunite friends and families.

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