CLIA welcomes USA's plan to lift international travel restrictions beginning November 19

   September 22, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

CLIA-Cruise Lines International Association welcomed the White House plan to lift international travel restrictions beginning November 19, 2021:

“Cruise Lines International Association joins our peers across the travel and tourism sector to express our appreciation to the Biden Administration for recognizing the importance of international travel to the U.S. economy and for establishing a path for international visitors to travel to the United States responsibly.

"The cruise industry is an important driver of international visits to the United States, prompting approximately 2.5 million international visitors to travel to the United States to embark on a cruise in 2019, representing nearly 18 percent of all U.S. cruise embarkations.

"International cruise visitors in the United States spend $4.5 billion annually on hotel stays, transportation, retail and other U.S. businesses, supporting nearly 60,000 American jobs. Our members look forward to welcoming international travelers, including from the United Kingdom and the European Union, back to the United States while continuing to prioritize public health.”

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Oceangoing CLIA member lines operating from the USA (for detailed company information see CruiseMapper's directory here) include AzamaraCCL-CarnivalCelebrityCostaCrystalCunardDCL-DisneyHAL-Holland AmericaMSCNCL-NorwegianOceaniaPearl Seas CruisesPonantPrincessRSSC-Regent Seven SeasRCI-Royal Caribbean InternationalScenicSeabournSeaDreamSilverseaVirginWindstar.

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