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US Airways, American Airlines Merger To Change Business Travel

US Airways, American Airlines Merger

With the deal pending to merge US Airways and American Airlines, business travellers are wondering what it means for them. It is certain that change, is the only possible answer. And alterations, according to some experts, isn’t  good for many business travellers, who are used to their usual frequent flier programs, connecting hubs and airline […]

February 22nd, 2013 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

3,000 Flights Cancelled As A Blizzard Blows Into the Northeast U.S.

Flights Cancelled northeastern U.S.

A ferocious blizzard blew into the northeastern United States Friday, which brought white-out conditions to some areas of New England and is threatening to drop a record amount of snow in the Boston area. Causing over 3,000 flights to be cancelled. American authorities raced to get ready for the blizzard, which had started a major […]

February 12th, 2013 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

How To Travel With Just A Carry-On

How To Travel With Just A Carry-On

With increased security, ever-tightening baggage restrictions, and longer check-in times, many struggle to travel with the free spirit that should accompany traveling. One way to lessen the stress of flying is to only travel with a carry-on when going for short trips, or for work.  There are restrictions and rules to follow, and it takes discipline, but […]

February 4th, 2013 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

Travel Space – Bookings At Quebec Agency

space travel

Canadians wanting to travel space now have the option. XCor Aerospace and Space Expedition Corp.  have signed an agreement  with Quebec travel agency Uniktour to offer space travel to people living in Quebec. A deal similar to this is being worked out for the rest of Canada and will be announced soon in Toronto. Philippe Bergeron, […]

February 4th, 2013 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

Car Crashes Kill Over 40 People During China’s Peak Holiday Season

Car crash

BEIJING, China – Over 40 people have been killed on roads in China following four major car crashes since Friday, while hundreds of millions of Chinese citizens are traveling home for the Lunar New Year that falls on Feb. 10 in 2013. Over-sized automobiles, unsafe road conditions and, bad driving habits have all worked together […]

February 2nd, 2013 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

Wildfires In Australia As Heavy Snow Blankets Europe

Wildfires in Australia

Record temperatures spark wildfires in Australia while heavy snow blankets Europe. You don’t have to look very far to find many examples of extreme weather this month, from raging wild fires in Australia and Tasmania to floods in Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia. In Europe and the UK, heavy snow falls have caused a widespread disruption in […]

February 2nd, 2013 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

Russian Plane Crashes Attempting To Land – Four People Confirmed Dead

Russian plane crashes at Vnukovo Airport

MOSCOW – An airliner veered off the runway at a Russian airport and ran partially onto a highway while it was attempting to land on Saturday, breaking into pieces and catching fire – at least four people have been confirmed dead in the Russian plane crash. According to officials, there were eight people on board […]

January 24th, 2013 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

American Vacation Destinations And Lifestyle Travel Trends For 2013

American Vacation Destinations - Coney Island

American Vacation Destinations For 2013 THE POST-SANDY BEACH Sandy destroyed waterfront attractions, boardwalks and beaches in its wake all along the mid-Atlantic coast. Many communities on the pier in Ocean City, Md., the Jersey shore, and other areas are hoping to have everything re-built by summer. On Coney Island, the landmark Wonder Wheel and Cyclone […]

January 19th, 2013 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

Canadian Airlines Forced To Display All-In Ticket Prices Or Receive $25,000 Fine

Canadian Airlines forced to display all-in ticket price

The Canadian federal government says that all advertised airfare flights originating in Canada have to have all relevant fees displayed in all-in ticket prices, so travelers can understand the entire cost for them to fly. Denis Lebel, the Transport Minister, said on Tuesday that prices advertised to the public have to include all fees, taxes […]

December 31st, 2012 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

Travel Trends For 2013

Travel Trends for 2013

Travel Trends 2013: Theme Parks – During the summer of 2013 we will see popular 3-D rides based on the Transformers due to the opening of the blockbuster last May at Universal Studios Hollywood in Los Angeles. In Disneyland California, spring will bring the opening of Fanatsy Faire, in Fantasyland, which will be dedicated to […]

December 29th, 2012 | Posted in Travel | Read More »

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