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Business Travel Article 1

How Early Should You Get to the Airport, Really?

It's a polarizing question for both seasoned jetsetters and first-time fliers alike: How early should I get to the airport? There are those travelers who need get to the airport hours before their flight, and those who always cut it as close to takeoff time as possible. But no matter which side of the debate you fall on, nobody likes to waste their time, whether that means sitting around in the terminal or rebooking a missed flight. 

With the coronavirus pandemic adding new logistical hurdles to air travel, from COVID-test checks to short-staffed security lines, it's become even harder to come up with one answer to the age-old question. 

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Business Travel Article 2

Airlines Asking White House to Drop Pre-Departure Testing for International Arrivals

Officials in the aviation industry are asking the United States government to drop pre-departure coronavirus testing requirements for vaccinated international passengers arriving in America.

According to, Airlines for America, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, International Air Transport Association, Aerospace Industries Association, the U.S. Travel Association and other groups sent a letter demanding change to White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff Zients.

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Business Travel Article 3

New Studies Question Lockdown and Travel Ban Effectiveness

Two research studies, one from Johns Hopkins University and the other by Oxera and Edge Health, have found that such measures as lockdowns and blanket travel restrictions are “not an effective way” of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Recent research by Oxera and Edge Health has shown that pre-departure testing requirements are likely to be “ineffective at stopping or even limiting the spread of the omicron variant.”

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