In an effort to make it easier for Indian travelers wishing to travel to the United States, the US Embassy in India has announced that it will take travel inquiries and share information from consular officers providing updates and information on current consular services.

The US Embassy shared on its Twitter, “we are committed to facilitate legitimate travel to the U.S. and take your inquiries and concerns seriously. Here are some of our Consular officers providing updates and information on current consular services. Have a safe 2022!"

The International Coalition of Travel Organizations on Wednesday called on the US government to stop requiring vaccinated passengers to present a negative COVID test before boarding flights to the US.

29 signatories were the main advocacy organizations representing Asian, European and American airlines, as well as the US Chamber of Commerce and the US Travel Association.

The coalition also pointed to the European Union, which recommended member states lift restrictions for travel between European countries, as well as the United Kingdom, which has decided to lift pre-departure testing requirements for vaccinated travellers.

In addition to the upheaval of the pandemic, airlines have also struggled with rising labor and fuel costs, as well as the messy rollout of new 5G technology in the United States, which disrupted some flights due to fears of interference with some flight equipment.


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