Posted by: traveloneinc | August 24, 2016

Earthquake Hits Central Italy


A 6.2 magnitude earthquake and several aftershocks struck central Italy early Wednesday morning.  The hardest hit towns are in the regions of Umbria, Lazio and Marche which are 80 – 100 miles northeast of Rome.

Currently the Rome International Airport is open with very low delays reported.  For more information please see the links below:

Travel One has contacted our customers with travelers in the area.  Please contact Travel One if you have any questions or need assistance.

As always, contact your Travel One Account Manager or Consultant at 952-854-2551 or 1-800-247-1311 for the most current travel information.


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Posted by: traveloneinc | July 1, 2016

Mexican Nationals To Require An ETA To Enter Canada

The Government of Canada announced this week that Mexican nationals will need to obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) instead of a regular visa starting December 1, 2016. This new requirement is valid for short-term visits. If traveling to Canada before December 1, 2016, Mexican citizens are still required to obtain a regular visa prior to arrival. We can assist you. Visit our website today to get started. We will make the visa process simple by working with you through each step.

Posted by: traveloneinc | June 24, 2016

New app helps travelers clear customs faster at MSP

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New app helps travelers clear customs faster at MSP
Tim Harlow

With all the grumbling and complaints about long security lines at MSP this spring, here’s something that will help travelers get through the airport faster. On Monday, the airport began using a new app that makes it easier and faster for international travelers coming back into the country.

MSP is now the 13th airport in the nation to offer Mobile Passport Control, which allows international travelers returning to the United States to use their smartphones or tablet app to submit their passport and customs declaration form to Customs and Border Protection before arrival.

Passengers then submit their information and receive an electronic receipt with a Quick Response (QR) code, which they take along with their passports to an officer who finalizes the inspection process. No paper involved.

“The goal is to use technology to make the process of entering the country through MSP as simple and efficient as possible,” said Brian Ryks, the airport’s new executive director and CEO of the Metropolitan Airports Commission.

The mobile passport app is available free from Google Play and the Apple Store.

MSP has 34 automated kiosks in the international arrival area that passengers without smartphones or tablets can use to enter their information and obtain a printed receipt that customs agents can use to screen travelers returning to the United States.

Posted by: traveloneinc | June 9, 2016

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