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Download your Return To Travel checklist

As travel begins to pick up, the opportunities for face-to-face interaction will lead to innovation and growth, and a welcome return to the connections we previously took for granted. From a traveler’s perspective, it can seem like there are more questions than answers. Download your free checklist to help you prepare for and minimize risk during your trip.

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CWT Traveler Checklist

What do you need to know?

Stay informed

 

Focus on safety

 

At the airport

  • Find the latest airline schedules from OAG and links to airline websites.
  • Check airport updates by ICAO for the latest information, when to arrive and what to expect.
  • Some airlines are introducing rapid Covid-19 tests to detect antibodies and check-in kiosks that monitor temperature, heart rate and respiratory rate. Allow adequate time.
  • Sign-up to receive the on-demand recording of  a 30 minute webinar with Airports Council International (ACI) World as we take a look at how employees should prepare for a trip, what to expect as they arrive and leave an airport and how steps taken by airports globally, can help build traveler confidence.

 

Car hire, ride sharing and trains

  • Many car hire companies now have protective measures like advanced sanitation and the ability to pay for your rental at the time of pick-up with no cancellation fees.
  • Study safety measures and rules from car hire companies.
  • Check the COVID-19 pages of ride-sharing companies, such as Uber and Lyft.
  • Check rail schedules before you travel. Some trains are operating at limited capacity.
  • On trains, practice physical distancing where possible, by sitting two rows apart.

 

Staying overnight

  • Your safety is the highest priority. Follow the steps outlined above to Stay Informed and Focus on Safety.
  • Many hotel chains have promoted new cleaning policies. Check the hotel’s website for updated policies effective during your stay, or contact the hotel directly for the latest information.
  • Independent hotels may not have the same marketing resources, but many are also taking a cue from bigger chains and applying local regulations.
  • View our digital collection of direct-to-the-source links for relevant responses by key industry participants.
  • The situation will continue to evolve as countries respond to the virus, so be sure to check these resources frequently before and during travel.
  • Travel counselors cannot provide legal or health related advice, but can refer you to relevant industry information to help you make informed decisions.

Disclaimer

CWT cannot offer specific advice about travel restrictions, or policy changes, as those depend on the business realities for each individual organization.

The information provided here is not exhaustive, may not address your individual requirements and is for informational purposes only. We endeavor to keep the below information up to date, but given the special circumstances that may change from day to day, we make no warranties of any kind on the accuracy of the information. External links provided here are not under the control of CWT and CWT has no control over the availability of those sites. CWT shall not be responsible for any loss or damage if any from using the external links. Any refunds and associated charges will be made according to the policy of airlines, hotels and other travel suppliers.

None of the information presented by CWT should be construed as health or legal advice. Be sure to consult with your health advisor about the health implications of travel to you and a legal advisor about the legal requirements for your travel.

 

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