Which destinations are getting extra security checkpoints?
C-3, a global travel advisory firm, said on Monday that it had issued a travel alert for Nevada and Georgia following recent terrorist attacks in the United States.
The alert said that the two states were “at heightened risk” of terrorism.
C–3 said it was also “receiving reports of increased domestic travel.”
The travel advisory for Nevada is for travelers to the state’s cities of Las Vegas, Reno and Carson City.
The travel advisory in Georgia is for people to the cities of Atlanta, Athens, and Savannah.
The advisory for all three states is available here.
The C-1 is for flights to the United Kingdom, and C-2 is for travel to Canada.
CDC Travel Advisory has been following the travel restrictions in the U.S. for the past few months.
C-3 is based in the British capital, London.
It is the leading international travel consultancy for travel advisory firms.
C3 is not affiliated with Cascadia Regional Council, which is the group of cities in the Washington, D.C., metro area that includes New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.
Cascadia Council President and CEO Richard A. Pfeiffer said in a statement that C-17s were being diverted to Nevada to ensure security for the region.
“Cascadian authorities continue to be on alert for the recent terrorist attack in the USA and for the potential threat of terrorism,” Pfeuffer said.
“The airlines and others that are flying into the United State continue to ensure the security of our customers and their passengers.”
Travelers should also keep an eye on the United Nations, the Cascadian Council said, adding that they are aware of a “threat to the security and well-being of the C-20 and Cascadians who are in New York City.”