The Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the risks of travel to Guinea.
Visitors to Guinea should be familiar with their hotel evacuation plans, policies, or procedures.
U.S. citizens are urged to exercise caution, to be particularly alert to their surroundings, and to avoid crowds, demonstrations, or any other form of public gathering.
No part of Syria should be considered immune from violence, and the potential exists throughout the country for hostile acts.
The Department of State has received reports that U.S. citizens are experiencing difficulty and facing dangers when trying to leave Syria via land borders, and that seats on flights out of Syria are becoming increasingly scarce.
The Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the risks of traveling to Pakistan.
U.S. citizens in Pakistan are strongly urged to avoid hotels that do not apply stringent security measures and to maintain good situational awareness, particularly when visiting locations frequented by Westerners.
Terrorist groups continue to seek opportunities to attack locations where U.S. citizens and Westerners are known to congregate or visit, such as shopping areas, hotels, clubs and restaurants, places of worship, schools, and outdoor recreation events. U.S. citizens throughout Pakistan have been arrested, deported, harassed, and detained for overstaying their Pakistani visas.
The Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the risks of traveling to Israel, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip.
Israeli authorities remain concerned about the continuing threat of terrorist attacks. U.S. citizens are cautioned that a greater danger may exist around restaurants, businesses, and other places associated with U.S. interests and/or located near U.S. official buildings, such as the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv and the U.S. Consulate General in Jerusalem.
The Department of State strongly urges U.S. citizens to avoid all travel to the Gaza Strip, which is under the control of Hamas, a designated foreign terrorist organization. U.S. citizens in Gaza are advised to depart immediately.
The State Dept has added Saudi Arabia to its list of countries with travel warnings. There is an ongoing security alert due to the presence of terrorist groups. U.S. citizen traveling to Saudi Arabia are encouraged to ensure that travel documents and visas are current and valid.
LimoLink is proud to announce the addition of Mercedes Benz S550 FleetLink services to our vehicle list in the Dallas, TX area. LimoLink now serves 30 markets with the Benz S550’s domestically and most developed international cities.
LimoLink is proud to announce the addition of two (2) Mercedes Sprinter Vans to our vehicle list in the Washington, D.C. area. Because the comfort of a Sprinter Van is superior to a traditional van, LimoLink makes every effort to make Sprinters available to its passengers.
The State Dept has added Israel to its list of countries with travel warnings. Some rockets have traveled more than 40 km (24 miles) into Israel from Gaza. Travelers entering the Gaza Strip may not be able to depart at a time of their choosing. Delays of days or weeks are common.
Non-Olympics Trips: Normal terms and rates.
Transfers: 4 hour minimum at normal rates.
Charters: 8 hour minimum at normal rates.
Cancellation: 72 hours.
Traffic: During the day, predictions are that the level of traffic will be similar to a regular rush hour. As such, journey times will double so we can expect at least a 2 hour day time journey from the centre of London to Heathrow for example, possibly increasing to a 3 or four hour transfer during rush hour itself.
Venue Walking Distances: Drop off locations are not close to the events and at most venues, at least a ten minute walk from the drop off location unless the passenger is disabled in which case there are special care drop of zones at each venue. There is no chauffeur parking at the venues and stringent stopping/pick up/drop off restrictions have been devised. If a pax is not at the pick up location he has arranged with his driver promptly, the driver is likely to have to do a large circuit to come back to the pick up location.
Airport Check In Congestion: We are being told that there will be enough extra staff to cope with extra demands so at this stage the BAA (British Airport Authority) is still recommending a 2 hour check in for intercontinental air travel (apart from El Al which is a 3 hour check in ) and 90 minutes check in time for inter European flights.
MARION, Iowa, March 12, 2012 – New York City has become the first city in the world to enjoy FleetLink status for minibus bus service. The overwhelming success of FleetLink worldwide combined with LimoLink’s growth in the NYC market made this a logical location for FleetLink to extend its high standards to buses. NYC’s FleetLink minibus service consists of 32 passenger capacity, plus a luggage compartment, air conditioning front and rear, leather row seating and 4 TV’s with laptop interface for presentations.