Aarp is extending the New York City travel restrictions to April 29.
The company announced the move in a post on its blog on Thursday.
The New York city restrictions apply to passengers who have been in the U.S. for more than 90 days, or who are travelers who have traveled for more on Aarp’s U.K. and Canada sites.
New York’s restrictions are among the strictest in the world, according to the company.
Aarp did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The travel restrictions apply from March 15 to April 19.
AARP’s travel website has more details about the restrictions.
New York’s travel restrictions go into effect April 14.
The restrictions are part of a nationwide effort to curb terrorism and criminal activity.
AOPA, the trade group representing airlines and travel agencies, said in a statement that the restrictions are a “necessary response to the threats posed by foreign extremists and terrorists who are intent on carrying out violent attacks on U. S. soil.”
AARP said the travel restrictions will be in place until April 29 and will be suspended until further notice.
AARP also said that passengers on AARP and other travel agencies must remain vigilant for suspicious activity and remain in a hotel room until the threat has been reduced.