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Forbes Says 'You need a Travel Advisor in 2023'
Find out why you need a travel advisor in 2023!
The Best Airlines for Flight Delays in North America in 2022
Check out who came out as the top contenders for airline delays ...
New Cruise Ships for 2023
Check out the newest fleet of brand new ships from the major cruise lines.
Disney World sets and opening date for its Tron Roller Coaster
Tron Lightcycle / Run, one of the fastest roller coasters at any Disney theme park, will open April 4 at the Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando.
2023 Caribbean Festivals
Check out a few of the 2023 upcoming festivals at several Caribbean Islands.
Disney makes Customer-Friendly Changes at Resorts & Theme Parks
Disney World and Disneyland have announced updates designed to give guests more flexibility and value.
Delta Airlines will Offer Free WiFi Starting on February
Delta Air Lines will start offering free Wi-Fi on most of its domestic flights starting this February
Online Passport Renewal Service is Now Open
The U.S. Department of State is temporarily deploying their pilot program that will allow Americans to renew their passport online.
The Newest Cruise Ships Debuting on 2023
Find out which cruise line is debuting their newest ship!
15 Airlines That Allow You to Book Flights Now and Pay Later
Planning a trip but don't want to pay for it all at once? These sites offer book now, pay later flights.
It Will Be More Difficult to Get Into Delta Sky Clubs in 2023 — Here’s What You Need to Know
The airline is making lounges harder to access in hopes to reduce crowds. Beginning Jan. 1, memberships for the lounges will only be for Medallion members and fees will increase …
Princess Cruises Is About to Get More Expensive — Here’s Why
Princess Cruises has become the latest cruise line to increase the cost of service fees for ship crew as well as raise fees on board for other services. The cruise line is increasing the price of its “Crew Appreciation” fee and daily Wi-Fi fee.
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JetBlue is introducing new ways to earn points and status in a newly announced revamp to its TrueBlue loyalty program. Changes to the TrueBlue program will be implemented in the spring of 2023.
Disney Cruise Line is planning ahead, looking at dreamy destinations for 2024 with sailings to the Caribbean, Mexico, and more from several different ports in the United States.
American Airlines Brings Back Its Free 24-hour Hold Option When Booking
Customers can hold a reservation for up to 24 hours free of charge if they are booking at least a week in advance.
This Low-cost Airline Is Adding More Routes in the U.S. — Here’s Where
Low-cost airline Breeze Airways is continuing to grow, adding new routes across the country that connect smaller airports. The carrier will add several new direct flights to its network between cities in Ohio, California, Rhode Island, Florida, and more.
TSA Plans to Expand Facial Recognition Technology at US Airports
The Transportation Security Administration is reportedly planning to expand its facial recognition identification system to airports around the United States next year.
US Delays REAL ID Implementation Until 2025
The United States Department Homeland Security (DHS) announced they will be delaying the implementation of the REAL ID rules, originally set for May 2, 2023, to May 7, 2025.
DOT proposes to give flyers more opportunities to get a refund
New regulations proposed by the Transportation Department would require airlines to offer refunds when they delay domestic flights for three hours or longer or delay international flights for six hours or longer.
International Travel Remains a High-Priority
A new study from leading travel technology company Amadeus found that people still desire to travel despite the economic uncertainty.
Flight Prices Are About to Drop by 25%, Hopper Predicts
Flight prices are expected to drop significantly in August and into the early fall following a very busy — and expensive — summer travel season.
Americans Prioritizing Travel, Using More Vacation Days
Americans are claiming their paid vacation days and making travel a priority.
CDC Shuts Down Its COVID-19 Program for Cruise Ships
As of Monday, July 18, 2022, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is officially ending its COVID-19 Program for Cruise Ships.
How to Travel More Without Spending More
With rising inflation rates and less disposable income, travelers are looking for every way imaginable to stretch their dollars and travel on a budget.
DOT tells airlines to sit families together
"The department expects U.S. airlines providing scheduled passenger service to review their seating policies and practices and revise them as necessary to ensure the ability of a parent or other accompanying adult to sit next to his or her young child."
Why Shoulder Season Is the Next Big Travel Trend
The times they are a-changing. Seasonal high peak destinations are no longer getting the cold shoulder during shoulder season—thanks, in part, to people working remotely.
MSC Updates Vaccination and Testing Protocols for Sailings from US Ports
MSC Cruises is updating its health and safety protocols for all sailings from U.S. ports beginning August 8, 2022 following the CDC’s removal of requirements for the industry.
11 New All-Inclusives to Visit in 2022
All-inclusive resorts have been beloved for decades for embracing the concept of including dining and other experiences with the price of the stay.
Air France Is Relaunching This U.S.-Paris Route — Just in Time for the Holidays
Air France is adding a flight from the New York area in December, increasing its service to Paris just in time for the holidays.
Southwest Airlines Eliminates Expiration Dates on Flight Credits
Southwest Airlines has officially eliminated expiration dates on flight credits, marking an industry first.
Head for This Row Next Time You're Traveling With Your Family on Southwest — Here's Why
Flying with children can test the patience of even the most cool-tempered of travelers — but if you're flying Southwest Airlines, simply choosing the right seat may buy you a few more minutes of peace.
The Cost of Travel Right Now
High gas prices and widespread inflation have changed the way many Americans viewed travel this summer, but a recent survey found that the average trip cost has actually decreased overall compared to pandemic and pre-pandemic years.
10 Key Travel Advisories Announced in July
Like most months, July was a busy period for the U.S. State Department, which issued dozens of updated travel advisories for countries all around the world.
With the US Dollar Now Valued Better Than the Euro, Is This the Time To Go to Europe?
Put aside for a moment all the issues associated with flying overseas right now – the delays, the cancellations, the ever-growing problems of pilot shortage baggage handler shortage, and even the rising airfares due to escalating fuel costs.
Banks, Financial Institutions Getting More Travel Services
More and more, banks and financial institutions are seeing that travel is one of the most, well, bank-a-able, for lack of a better term, ways to create loyalty among customers.
Research Shows 25% of Travelers Hacked Via Public Wi-Fi While Abroad
Recent research conducted by cybersecurity company NordVPN shockingly revealed that one in four travelers have been hacked while using public Wi-Fi on their travels abroad.
Hopper adds new price freeze, cancellation and air protection options
The booking app Hopper is adding a trio of price freeze and travel flexibility products to its slate of financial technology, or fintech, offerings.