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Survey Reveals The Most Annoying Passengers On Flights

If you have never had another passenger annoy you during one of your flights, count yourself lucky! Most travelers have run into a passenger that irritated them at some point during a flight. The more you fly, the more often you see (or smell) passengers that clearly aren’t the rest of the flight’s favorite character. …

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Mexico Government Committed To Ending Long Wait Times At The Cancun Airport

The Mexican government has pledged its commitment to ending the long waiting times that arriving passengers have been experiencing at Cancún International Airport. Being the nation’s second busiest airport, Cancún International Airport continues to welcome tourists – with record numbers continuing to arrive into the city – famous for its stunning weather, beautiful white-sand beaches …

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Cancun Sees Record Number Of Arrivals As State Returns To Low Risk Green Zone

Cancun has once again defied all odds by setting a new all time passenger record for September. The resort city of Cancun is expected to get even busier for the upcoming high season as the entire state of Quintana Roo was downgraded to ‘Green’ which means very low risk of contracting Covid-19. With record setting …

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New Heavy Fines For Passengers Behaving Unruly On Flights This Summer

With travel numbers hitting new pandemic heights recently, the return of passengers to the world of air travel has not entirely been the success story you might expect it to be. Whilst travelers finally being able to take to the skies and go on vacation should be celebrated, unfortunately, it hasn’t always resulted in happy …

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Cruises One Step Closer As CDC Unveils Guidance For Simulated Voyages

One of the travel industry’s largest casualties of the pandemic, the cruise industry has suffered greatly over the past 15 months or so. Ever since cruises were first put on hold in March 2020, the industry has been battling to get them started again. The saga has seen threats of lawsuits against the CDC issued, …

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