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Thirty European nations have delayed implementing the ETIAS travel authorization scheme for U.S. and other foreign visitors until 2025. Pictured, Krakow, Poland.
A new requirement for American travelers bound for Europe slated to take effect next year was delayed — again — to 2025.
The requirement — an online travel authorization via the European Travel Information and Authorisation System, or ETIAS — applies to visitors to 30 European nations, including popular destinations such as France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain.
Americans won’t be allowed to visit without the authorization.
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Until late last week, the European Union had telegraphed that the ETIAS program would begin in 2024. That has now been pushed to sometime the following year.
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