In its latest travel advice, the Travel Industry Association of the Americas (TIAA) has issued an advisory to U.S. travelers and business travelers on the impact of a travel restriction in Aruba.
The advisory advises those visiting the island to plan for a 2-hour layover at the resort of Maribao and then an overnight stay at a hotel in the capital, Maribu.
The U.K. has also advised travelers to take the extra step of arriving in Mariboa to avoid a “nightmare scenario.”
Aruba’s travel advisory is in line with a number of other recent warnings from the TIAA, which is a trade association of the travel industry.
The TIAAs guidance also highlights the importance of ensuring your personal safety, which includes having a backup plan in case of a crisis.
“Travelers should be prepared for a possible loss of life and significant damage to property if their plan of travel is disrupted,” the advisory states.
“There is no substitute for safe travel.
The risk is highest when traveling to remote, remote areas, such as in remote areas of Africa and in places where there are no regular transport systems.
Travelers are encouraged to use common sense and follow instructions for safety.”
In addition to Mariboas travel advisory, TIAI also issued its own travel advisory earlier this week on the risks of Zika virus infection, which could impact the U.P. economy.
The travel advisory warned that travel to the Caribbean is likely to be impacted.
“If travel is canceled, or if you are unable to make arrangements, then your personal or business financial needs may be impacted,” the TiaA states.TIAI’s advice comes on the heels of the announcement by the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that it has placed travel restrictions on a large number of people who have traveled to the U and the Caribbean.
The restrictions are affecting more than 60,000 travelers, including many Americans.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) also released a list of countries where the restrictions are in place.
The list includes Australia, New Zealand, Canada, United Kingdom, United States, Brazil, Mexico, Panama, and the Dominican Republic.TSA also issued a similar travel advisory on Friday.
“Travelers with medical conditions should not travel to countries that are impacted by Zika virus.
Travel is a privilege not a right,” the TSA’s Travel Advisory explains.
The travel advisory has been in place for two days, which means there are more than 120,000 restrictions in place across the U., according to a spokesperson for the Department of Transportation.
The TSA is also restricting travel between the U of A and the U .