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Emirates Announces New Flights To Orlando In June

The pandemic has taken a toll on both travelers and travel providers alike. Whilst travelers are confined to their homes, unable to jet off to the destinations they’ve dreamt about for months, airlines too have been forced to ground several of their aircraft, with flights cancelled and route frequencies slashed due to the lack of …

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U.S. Travel Association Calls On CDC To Remove Cruise Restrictions

It has been a tough year for the cruise industry. With more than a year having elapsed since the Center for Disease Control and Preventions (CDC) first issued its no sailing order, many cruises have simply been unable to operate, or have had to jump through various hoops in order to do so. With many …

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Qatar Airways Will Fly To More Than 140 Destinations This Summer

The vast majority of the past year or so has been nothing but a constant stream of bad news for travelers. With several flights cancelled due to strict entry restrictions and millions of travelers staying home rather than boarding flights, many airlines have taken to slashing routes and flight frequencies in order to cut costs. …

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Curaçao Introduces New Digital Nomad Visa

We can all agree that this generation’s workforce has seen a massive shift to remote work practices as many of us have turned our homes into hybrid workstations. While adjusting to a home office could be a challenge for some, beach and ocean views undoubtedly make the transition more appealing. Luckily, many islands are taking …

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Southwest Places Huge Order For Controversial Boeing 737 Max Jets

It’s believed that around 20 million Americans suffer from a degree of nervousness towards flying, from slight anxiety to full-blown phobia. Confidence in airlines and in the craft itself is key to having an enjoyable, worry-free flight and, despite any worries they may have, the vast majority of Americans are itching to return to the …

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Delta Offering Free Vaccinations at Atlanta International Airport

Delta has partnered with the state of Georgia and Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport to offer free COVID-19 vaccinations sites inside and near the airport. Additionally, Delta is partnering with Lyft on the “Fund a Ride” program to provide rides to vaccination sites to those in need. These partnerships will help speed up a return to …

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U.S. Airlines That Are Extending Flight Credits

When the pandemic was in its earliest stages at the beginning of 2020, few predicted that we would still be suffering so badly from the knock-on effects more than a year later. That was certainly true of airlines, which gave travel credits to their customers following flight cancellations with the expectations that they would be …

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Top 10 Pacific Northwest Hotels For Your Summer Getaway

The Pacific Northwest has long been a desirable destination. Its combination of unique city-life with stunning and unusual natural features makes it a great place to see things you’ve never seen before. As we head towards summer, we’re coming into the most beautiful time of year to see the PNW. This list of great hotels …

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