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Travel Alerts

Travel Alert: UK – ScotRail Strike Action – May and June 2018

Members of the Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association (TSSA) union have backed action on Saturday 19 May 2018 as well as Saturday 05 May 2018 and Monday 11 June 2018.

If you would like any further assistance with your forthcoming travel, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 23 April 2018 11:18

Travel Alert: Thailand – Phuket International Airport Runway Maintenance

Phuket International Airport (HKT) has announced that some runways and taxiways will be closed from 27 April 2018 to 08 May 2018 for 6 hours each day for cleaning and maintenance. The closing time of the runways and taxiways will start 30 minutes after midnight to 06:30 on each of the repair days.

If you would like any further assistance with your forthcoming travel, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 23 April 2018 11:13

Travel Alert: New Zealand – Air New Zealand Flight Cancellations – 20 to 25 April 2018

Air New Zealand (NZ) has announced that it is cancelling at least six of its flights and rescheduling 17 others slated between 20 to 25 April 2018 in order to comply with a European Aviation Safety Authority (EASA) directive ordering earlier-than-scheduled engine inspections on its fleet of Boeing Dreamliner aircraft. The carrier estimates that approximately 6,500 passengers will be impacted.

Cancellations and rescheduling impact specific domestic flights within New Zealand, as well as select international flights linking New Zealand with Perth (PER), Los Angeles (LAX), Nadi (NAN), Tokyo Haneda (HND), Melbourne (MEL), and Apia (APW).

If you would like any further assistance with your forthcoming travel, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 19 April 2018 11:07

Travel Alert: UK – East Anglia Rail Disruptions – May Bank Holidays

Further engineering work is being carried out by Network Rail on the main line to London during the two bank holiday weekends.

There will be no through trains from East Anglia to Liverpool Street and Stratford on Sunday 06 May 2018 – there will be a bus link from Ingatestone station to Newbury Park station on the Central Line. However, the main line will be open on the Saturday and Bank Holiday Monday.

There will be no trains on the Felixstowe branch line from 19:00 on the Saturday evening until the morning of Tuesday 08 May 2018, and there will be a bus replacement between Ipswich and Woodbridge stations on Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday.

Over the late bank holiday weekend, 26 to 28 May 2018, there will be no through trains to London, with the Ingatestone to Newbury Park bus link in place throughout.

Network Rail engineers are hoping to replace 3km of overhead wire in the Ilford area during the weekend closure. Also, there will be no trains on the Felixstowe branch on the Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday as work continues to upgrade the rail link to the port.

If you would like any further assistance with your forthcoming travel, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 18 April 2018 18:38

Travel Alert: UK – Docklands Light Railway Strike – 20 to 24 April 2018

Unionised employees of the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) in London have announced plans to stage a strike from Friday 20 April 2018 at 04:00 to Tuesday 24 April 2018 at 03:59. Talks between the RMT union and DLR are on-going. However should the strike proceed there will be a limited service on all DLR routes including services to London City Airport (LCY).

Travellers are advised that any strike action will also increase demand for alternative transport such as London Underground, Bus and Taxi services.

Further information can be found on the Transport for London website.

If you would like any further assistance with your forthcoming travel, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 18 April 2018 18:35

Travel Alert: Europe – Vueling Airlines Pilots Strike – 25 April 2018 to 05 May 2018

Unionised Vueling Airlines (VY) pilots have announced strike actions on 25-26 April 2018 and 04-05 May 2018 to call for better working conditions. Negotiations with Vueling management are expected to be held in the coming days.

Should the work stoppages materialise, domestic and regional disruptions to VY flight services are likely, particularly at the airline’s Barcelona-El Prat Airport (BCN) hub. Lingering flight delays are possible even after the strike ends, as the carrier works to reposition aircraft and air crew as well as clear passenger backlogs.

If you would like any further assistance with your forthcoming travel, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 18 April 2018 18:31

Travel Alert: China – Severe Air Pollution

Severe air pollution is forecast to continue in parts of Northern China between Wednesday 18 and Friday 20 April 2018. Severe smog will impact parts of Beijing, Hebei, Tianjin and the surrounding areas.

Flight disruptions are possible at Beijing International airport and other regional airports.

If you would like any further assistance with your forthcoming travel, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 18 April 2018 17:01

Travel Alert: USA – Amtrak Engineering Works – 26 May 2018 to 04 September 2018

Work on rail lines, tunnels and bridges this summer will affect direct train service between New York and Chicago, according to Amtrak.

The US National Passenger Railroad Corporation will spend about $50 million in summer 2018 in repair work at New York’s Penn Station and the rail lines that access the island of Manhattan.  Work on the Empire Tunnel and the Spuyten Duyvil Bridge will temporarily curtail the Lake Shore limited service between New York and Chicago. Between 26 May 2018 and 04 September 2018, the train will operate only between Chicago and Boston; New York passengers will have to travel to Albany to connect with Chicago-bound trains.

The bridge and tunnel work will also result in the rerouting of the Empire Service, Ethan Allen Express, Adirondack, and Maple Leaf trains — serving upstate New York, Vermont, Montreal, and Toronto, respectively — from Penn Station to Grand Central Terminal.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 17 April 2018 09:51

Travel Alert: UK – Road Closures and Restrictions within Central London

Travellers within Central London have been advised to expect travel disruption to road transport due to road closures during the week commencing Monday 16 April 2018.

Road closures and lane restrictions are in force from Monday 16 April 2018 to Friday 20 April 2018 due to Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM). Further information of the areas affected can be found on the Transport for London Website.

Further road closures will be in force on Sunday 22 April due to the London Marathon. Roads along the route will be closed throughout the day until a phased re-opening commences. A full list of the road closures and information can be found at the London Marathon website.

Travellers are advised to allow additional time for journeys by road during this period.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 16 April 2018 13:35

Travel Alert: South America – LATAM Express Strike Action – April 2018

The Cabin Crew Union of LAN Express, a subsidiary of the Chile-based LATAM Airlines group, said it would start an indefinite strike on Tuesday after a final day of negotiations failed to produce a deal on a new labour contract. The 1,000-strong union announced its plan to start an indefinite strike on Saturday but continued to take part in talks mediated by the government that ended on Monday.

“The company not only did not make any new proposal but was not willing to extend mediation to continue negotiations,” the union said in a statement late on Monday.

LATAM, Latin America’s largest air carrier, said in a statement that it has cancelled 623 flights through 16 April 2018 and that the strike would initially affect 90,000 passengers.

The union said the strike will start at midnight (0300 GMT) on Tuesday.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 10 April 2018 11:36

Travel Alert: UK – Docklands Light Railway Strike Action – 20 April 2018

The four-day walkout on London’s Docklands Light Railway is to go ahead after talks failed to resolve a dispute over outsourcing. A strike by workers on the DLR has been timed to clash with the weekend of the London Marathon. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union will strike from 04:00 on 20 April 2018, covering the weekend of the marathon.

One branch of the DLR starts and ends in Lewisham, with several stations in Greenwich close to the marathon start and route. A 48-hour strike was held last month, causing travel disruption for thousands of passengers. Huge crowds are expected to line the route of the London Marathon on 22 April 2018.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 06 April 2018 16:53

Travel Alert: Venezuela – Copa Airlines Operations Suspension

The National Institute of Civil Aviation (INAC) suspended all flights operated by Copa Airlines (CM) to Venezuela as of 06 April 2018 amid an ongoing diplomatic row between Caracas and Panama City. The suspension is expected to last at least three months. Officials indicated that the decision was made to “protect the Venezuelan financial system.” Both countries have also announced that they would withdraw their ambassadors.

Over the past two years, several airlines have withdrawn scheduled flights to Venezuela, including Delta Air Lines (DL), United Airlines (UA), Aerolineas Argentinas (AR), and Avianca (AV). Copa Airlines was one of the few major regional carriers to maintain daily flights to and from Venezuela’s main airports, primarily to Caracas’ Simon Bolivar International Airport (CCS), and the suspension is likely to have a significant knock-on effect on the availability of alternative options. Expect a surge in demand for alternative flight options in the coming months. As of early April, the following airlines maintain scheduled flights to Venezuela: Air France (AF), Iberia (IB), American Airlines (AA), and Turkish Airlines (TK), among others.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 06 April 2018 16:51

Travel Alert: France – Air France Strike Action – April 2018

Air France unions have announced a number of strikes taking place on 07 April 2018, 10 April 2018, 11 April 2018, 17 April 2018, 18 April 2018, 23 April 2018 and 23 April 2018.

As disruption is expected on these dates, we recommend that all passengers monitor their reservations by visiting the Air France website.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 06 April 2018 16:47

Travel Awareness: South Africa – Water shortage in Cape Town

There are currently major water supply issues within Cape Town due to drought.

Local authorities have imposed strict usage limits on residents and tourists which include limitations on personal use of public tap water to 50 litres per day. This is also affecting hotels where they are limiting the use of showers to two minutes.

Local authorities have announced that on Thursday 12 April 2018 all water supplies will be shut down in Cape Town and future supplies remain uncertain.

There are currently long queues for water around the city, and the supplies of bottled water are in high demand. Travellers are advised to follow local guidelines and ensure they have adequate supplies of water for personal use.

If your travel plans are likely to be affected by this, please contact your NYS Travel Team.

Updated 29 January 2018 08:44

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