C.P. Trips, Inc.
Cindy Passannante, President
Email: cptrips@aol.com
Phone: 503-658-5646

Watch for "The Travel Bubble" 
As the Cruise Companies and Tour companies make plans to return to the Traveling  public there will be the development of "THE TRAVEL BUBBLE" - the discussion is underway on how to create these areas to keep clients/guests safe and health with checking and testing to keep those on board a ship or in a resort all tested and safe ..... restricting the movement while providing all the desired activities for the guests - watch for more details about this in the near future or email C.P. Trips, Inc. for more details (cptrips@aol.com) we will update you about  the options as they become available. Simply provide your destination of choice/ email address and name,  and we will send you information as it become available.


Office Hours are: Monday - Thursday 9:00am to 5:30pm - Friday and Saturday Appt. Only - Thank you


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Updated TSA Security Procedures


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Including personal utensils for two, face masks, special fresh airefare package of wipes to clean your personal area, first aide kit, and much more!

Call today and lets start the planning for 2022 or 2023 as we return to business and world adventures!


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UPDATE on NEW TSA Rules include Face Masks, Socails Distancing, Non-Touch Boarding Passes & More!

by: Daniel McCarthy (Travel Market Report - May 22, 2020)


The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has announced some updates to its security screening procedures that it says will limit physical

contact and keep the health of its staff and the traveling public.  

The new procedures includes changes to both the way officers will interact with the public and the way travelers will pass through TSA security 

checkpoints at airports around the United States.  TSA Administrator David Pekoske, in a release announcing the changes, said that the TSA

will continue to evaluate its "security measures with an eye toward making smart, timely decisions benefiting health and safety, as well as the 

traveler experience."

  • Travelers will now be able to bring up to 12 ounces of liquid hand sanitizer through TSA checkpoints, which does away with the previous 3.4 ounce limit (this change had been announced in March). 
  • TSA Officers will no longer handle a passenger's boarding pass, instead the passenger will scan their pass themselves and hold it up so the officer can inspect it without touching
  • The TSA will ask that travelers keep an appropriate amount of distance between others passing through the checkpoints
  • All TSA officers will be wearing masks and, while not an absolute requirement for passengers, it will encourage members of the public to do so , as well.  Officers may ask some to take a maske off for security confirmation. 
  • Any carry-on food will now need to be placed into a clear plastic bag and placed in a bin separately (TSA precheck members will be able to keep food inside their bag). 
  • The release says that the TSA has already started implementing the changes, and will continue to roll them out at airports nationwide by mid-June.
  • The TSA is stressing that anytime a passenger does have a prohibited item in their bag, officers may direct them back outside of security to remove the item so officers "will need to touch the contents inside a carry on bag much less frequently, reducing the potential for cross contamination,"  So travelers will have the easiest time by making sure there is nothing prohibited in their carry-ons. 
  • The TSA is also recommending that when travelers empty their pockets prior to going through security, they put their wallets, phones, and other personal items into their carry-ons instead of in a security bin, another move to eliminate touch points at security.