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1. Japan and Singapore Retain Top Two Spots in Henley Passport Index
Henley & Partners has released the latest results of the Henley Passport Index. Since its inception in 2006, travel freedom has increased dramatically. In 2006, a citizen could travel to 58 destinations on average without a visa from the host nation; 14 years later, this number has almost doubled to 107.
2. Japan, Singapore, Germany and South Korea Retain Top Spots in Henley Passport Index
The latest results from the Henley Passport Index, a ranking of all the world's passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa, provide exclusive insight into what post-pandemic travel freedom might look like as countries around the world selectively begin to open their borders to international visitors. Published by TravelNewsAsia.c
3. Japan and Singapore Now Worlds Best Passports for Visa-Free Travel
Singapore and Japan have knocked Germany off the top spot of the 2018 Henley Passport Index, with citizens of both Asian nations now enjoying visa-free access to a record 180 destinations. The German passport is now the third most powerful globally, providing its citizens with access to 179 destinations worldwide.
4. Japan, Germany and Singapore Have Worlds Most Powerful Passports
Singapore has moved down one spot to 2nd place, alongside Germany, with visa-free access or visa-on-arrival to 188 countries, as Japan consolidates its spot at the top of the Henley Passport Index, now offering its citizens access to a record total of 189 destinations, including Benin as of March. 3rd place is shared by six countries: one Asian (South Korea) and the rest European (
5. Worlds Most Powerful Passports? Japan, Singapore, South Korea and Germany in Top 3
For the third consecutive year, Japan has secured the top spot on the Henley Passport Index with a visa-free/visa-on-arrival score of 191. Singapore holds onto its 2nd-place position with a score of 190, while South Korea drops down a rank to 3rd place alongside Germany, giving their passport holders visa-free/visa-on-arrival access to 189 destinations worldwide.
6. Asian Countries Dominate as UK and US Passport Power Declines
Moving into the third quarter of 2019, Japan and Singapore hold onto top spot on the Henley Passport Index, with a visa-free / visa-on-arrival score of 189. This latest ranking of passport power and global mobility, which is based on exclusive data from IATA, marks the culmination of an 18-month long winning streak for both countries, after they unseated Germany from its long-held
7. Bombardier to Resume Aircraft Manufacturing in Canada
Bombardier has started recalling most of its Canada-based employees who were placed on furlough following government mandates enacted to slow the spread of COVID19. Suspended manufacturing and service activities will gradually resume as of 11 May.
8. Ten Accor Hotels in Bangkok Renting Rooms as Offices
Some of Accor's hotels in Bangkok are trying to sell their rooms to people who need a private office space for the day. Rooms can be booked for up to 8 hours between 08:00 and 20:00 in 10 hotels.

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