Last Updated 20 hours agoThe U.S. Department of State is currently recommending against travel to six states in Mexico, giving them a Level Four – Do Not Travel travel advisory. Seven additional states in Mexico have been given a Level Three – Reconsider Travel warning. These travel advisories may give Americans pause when considering whether or not … [Read more...] about Should Americans Be Concerned About U.S. Travel Alerts For Mexico?
Thanksgiving is the busiest time of year for airlines, closely followed by Christmas. With 54 million people traveling in the US alone for the holiday this year, it could be a potentially stressful time for passengers. How can you make your trip comfortable and more enjoyable? SIMPLEFLYING VIDEO OF THE DAY 1/10 Timing The busiest times to travel are the Wednesday … [Read more...] about Ten Top Travel Tips This Thanksgiving
Americans traveling for Thanksgiving may have to deal with messy weather later this week. While the weather looks to be largely calm across much of the U.S. through Wednesday, certain pockets of the country can expect rain (and perhaps snow) in the lead-up to, and after, Thanksgiving Day. Quiet forecast for most Thanksgiving travel in Midwest A cross-country storm … [Read more...] about Weather could impact US travel
This is all part of Air New Zealand’s plan to remove the hassle from travel and make your journey through the airport easier. There is no scanning of boarding passes or sighting passports. Customers are given the option to register with Customs and Border Protection in the United States (CBP) upon entry. This data can then be used to verify the identity of the passenger at the … [Read more...] about Air New Zealand Customers, the First to Experience Biometric Verification
AAA expects more than 54 million people to travel at least 50 miles from home in the U.S. this week, a 1.5% bump over Thanksgiving last year.The Thanksgiving travel rush was back on this year, as people caught planes in numbers not seen in years, setting aside inflation concerns to reunite with loved ones and enjoy some normalcy after two holiday seasons marked … [Read more...] about Holiday Travel Rush Is Back With Some New Habits (VIDEO)
Temos International and ImagineHealth have agreed to cooperate jointly in accreditation and medical tourism-related services in hospitals and clinics. Bergisch Gladbach, North-Rhein Westfalia, Germany - Temos International and ImagineHealth, represented by Henning Kalwa, Chief Executive Officer, have agreed to cooperate jointly in accreditation and … [Read more...] about Temos has signed an agreement with ImagineHealth, Thailand-based medical travel company
Actress-anchor Rashmi Gautam needs no special introduction. She is a well-known face in the Telugu entertainment industry. Besides making fans go gaga over her sartorial fashion choices, Rashmi’s excellent comical skills on reality shows like Extra Jabardasth and Dhee have made her a favourite among many.The 34-year-old also harbours a keen passion for travelling. Rashmi’s … [Read more...] about Actress Rashmi Gautam’s Dreamy Maldives Vacation Pics Give Us Travel Goals
The FOX Forecast Center is tracking a Thanksgiving day storm moving from the Gulf Coast into the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast that could cause flight delays through the weekend. As Thanksgiving week kicks off, the FOX Forecast Center is tracking a storm system that could create unfavorable travel weather on Black Friday.Lingering issues remain in western New York, which is … [Read more...] about Where can travelers expect flight delays and cancelations?
Dive Brief: Pilot and auto manufacturer Volvo have agreed to develop a charging network for medium and heavy-duty electric trucks, according to a Tuesday announcement. The chargers will be located at select Pilot and Flying J travel centers across the U.S. and will be open to all battery-electric Class 8 truck brands. This marks the next step for Pilot in its electric vehicle … [Read more...] about Pilot and Volvo to launch charging network for heavy-duty electric trucks
Airlines’ service cuts that ramped up this summer show no sign of relenting this holiday season, leaving more travelers likely to pay higher fares for fuller planes at crowded airports.Service has been slashed in half from pre-pandemic levels at 59 small and regional U.S. airports, according to the Regional Airline Association, largely because of pilot shortages and high fuel … [Read more...] about Holiday airline ticket prices rise as service cuts continue