Traveler Resources Hub

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In the rapidly changing landscape of travel amid COVID-19, as your go-to wholesaler we understand the importance of providing our travel advisors with up-to-date information to better serve our mutual customers. To best provide you with the knowledge you need we’ve gathered important resources, including links to review the health and safety measures of specific destinations, and well as of our hoteliers and airline suppliers. From up to date international travel information to packing and preparation and the rules and regulations for returning home, everything you need all backed by the benefits of booking with GOGO. Travel with us.

 


New COVID-19 Policy for Re-Entry into the United States

Effective January 26, 2021, the United States will require that all air passengers entering the country provide a negative COVID-19 test prior to boarding their flight as per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

We are working closely with our travel supplier partners including hotels, airlines and ground transportation operators to help provide you with options for your travel plans. Many of our travel suppliers have made arrangements for on-site COVID-19 testing right at hotels (view these travel supplier policies). We will be communicating the most up to date information as we receive it, so please check back frequently for updates. In the meantime, please be sure to review the CDC FAQ’s regarding this new policy.

Where to Get a COVID-19 Test

Information for returning home

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Additional Resources

Staying up-to-date on everchanging travel conditions and requirements is essential. For more information visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding COVID-19 entry rules, cancellation policies, testing options, and more. We’ve also added useful links to some of the world’s top organizations for current travel information and health guidelines.

World Health Organization's (WHO)   |   Center for Disease Control and Prevention   |   WorldAware's nCoV Intelligence Alert HUB
US State Department Travel Advisories   |   US State Department Passport Operations


Traveler Tips

Packing for a trip

Packing and Preparation

Even seasoned travelers will need to expect some changes, as there are a number of new factors to consider when readying for departure. This guide and handy checklist can help with vacation preparation.

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Ground Transportation

Rental car companies are changing their policies to decrease human interaction and touchpoints. Find out what else ground transportation companies are doing to limit the risk of COVID-19.

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At the airport

At the Airport

The TSA, CATSA, and airport vendors are implementing new guidelines to encourage health and safety for transiting passengers. From touchless check-in kiosks to empty middle seats, air travel post-COVID will look very different. Whether it’s a domestic flight or a long-haul trip, we understand that even the most frequent flyer will have questions. This helpful FAQ will help provide answers on what to expect at the airport.

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In the Skies

Airlines are taking great strides in adapting to the current environment and implementing more stringent cleaning measures. Most North American airlines have CDC-approved cleaning policies in place, including disinfecting and cleaning surfaces in between each flight.

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Hotel room

Accommodations

Hotels around the world are executing new processes and safety precautions in response to COVID-19. These typically include things like touchless check-in, limited public area usage, separation glass at reception and increased sanitation. Discover what measures hotels are taking and what the hotel experience will look like post-pandemic within these useful FAQs.

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Returning home from a trip

Returning Home

When returning from both international and domestic trips, it is critical that travelers follow local quarantine guidelines upon arrival. These rules vary by country when returning from international travel and by state, county, or city when traveling domestically.

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