New York City New York has a travel ban on flights from the US, including flights to and from Canada, the Caribbean, the United Kingdom and Australia.
New Yorkers will be able to travel in Canada for the first time this year.
The travel restrictions will apply to all international flights between September 16 and September 30.
You can read more about the ban here.
New Jersey has also introduced a travel restriction on flights into New Jersey from October 1, but New Jersey governor Chris Christie is not taking it lightly.
“The governor is making it clear that New Jersey residents will not be allowed to fly in New Jersey,” the governor said in a statement.
“We will continue to closely monitor the situation and we will continue work to make sure New Jersey citizens are able to enter and exit the state safely.”
You can watch a brief news conference on the New Jersey travel ban here, or read more on the situation here.
Florida is also trying to get a handle on what’s happening to people trying to travel to Florida.
In Florida, all flights to Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands have been suspended, and the state has banned all commercial flights from San Juan to Tampa, which is about a 15-minute drive from the capital.
The ban applies to all flights within the state, and all international travel between September 1 and September 31.
You will still be able fly in and out of Florida with the exception of flights to the US mainland.
The US Virgin Island Tourism Authority is saying that there is no longer a need to travel between the islands to visit family, and that the islands will be allowed in and go back to normal.
New Hampshire has also added a travel warning to all major airports, and is currently taking a similar stance to New Jersey.
The New Hampshire Travel Information Center says that the restrictions will be in effect from September 1 until October 1.
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has also announced that he has temporarily lifted a travel prohibition for residents of New York and New Jersey, but there is still no word on how much time people will have to get through the suspension of flights.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has also said that the state will begin removing travel restrictions from September 16, but only until October 15.
Washington State Governor Jay Inslee has said that residents in Washington state will be forced to get off the plane if they travel to Alaska and Canada.
The state has also started removing travel from Washington state airports and is asking residents to use alternate routes to avoid travel.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has also asked that all Wisconsin residents who plan to travel outside of the state for the next few weeks be told that they will not have to pay the $1,200 per person fee if they stay in Wisconsin.
The full list of states that are banning flights into the US can be found below.
Alabama is in the process of adding the travel ban to its list of travel restrictions.
Arkansas is in a similar position as Pennsylvania and New York.
Florida has also lifted its travel restrictions in a bid to ease concerns about the state’s recovery.
Hawaii is also working to make its travel rules more streamlined.
Kentucky is still in the early stages of its travel ban, but Governor Matt Bevin has announced that all flights will be suspended from September 29 until October 10.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has asked that the travel restrictions be removed from Marylanders until they are “sufficiently developed and enforced.”
Massachusetts is also currently in the midst of a major restructuring of its airport system.
The Massachusetts Port Authority is also taking steps to make the state a more welcoming place for people who do not want to be subject to travel restrictions while they wait to rejoin the rest of the country.
Michigan is working to ease some of the concerns of people who have already left for Canada.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder said in September that he would allow residents to return to Michigan on September 16.
The State of Michigan has also removed travel restrictions for residents from the state of Minnesota.
Minnesota has also begun removing travel for residents in the state from September 19 through September 29.
Montana has also temporarily suspended all flights from September 22 until October 3.
Nebraska is also in the middle of an overhaul of its airports.
The Nebraska Transportation Commission is also starting to implement a list of new restrictions, including a ban on air travel between October 1 and October 16.
Nevada has also decided to start removing some of its restrictions.
The Nevada Department of Transportation is now banning commercial air travel from October 15 through October 17.
Ohio has also banned all flights between October 10 and October 15, and has begun allowing flights to Montana and Idaho.
North Carolina has also taken steps to ease travel restrictions to the state.
Tennessee has also suspended all commercial air traffic from September 21 through September 23.
Utah has also began to ease restrictions to people who were