Travel News

Upcoming Event: Philadelphia Marathon

If you haven’t witnessed or experienced a true marathon, we recommend the Philadelphia Marathon over Boston or New York. It’s a bit less crowded (though there are over 30,000 runners) but the entire city joins in the festivities as the course zig zags through every major neighborhood in town.

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Upcoming Event: 137th US Open

The US Open is one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world and the last of the Grand Slam majors (Australia Open, French Open and Wimbledon).

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Southern Spain: Andalusian Adventures

From the home of flamenco and tapas, to speed water adventures and journeying to British military outposts, editor of Carl Goes travel guides Sasha Arms discovers the best bits of southern Spain.

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Sept. 17-23: CDC Lifts Zika Travel Advisory in North of Miami; Emirates to Charge to Pick Seat; Pilot Accidentally Sends Hijacking Distress Call; Marriott-Starwood Merger Finalized; & Flight Delayed by Iguanas

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from the CDC lifting Zika travel advisory in Wynwood neighborhood of Miami, Emirates to start charging for seat selections, and pilot accidentally sends hijacking distress call, to Marriott-Starwood merger finalized, and flight delayed by iguanas.

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Sept. 3-9: DOT Announces Nonstops to Havana; Delta to Start Cuba Service in Dec.; Lufthansa Joins TSA Precheck; & Chinese Airline Receives Flack for “Racist” Advice

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from the DOT announcing airlines receiving nonstops routes to Havana, American flies first commercial flights to Cuba, Delta to start Cuba service in December, Lufthansa first European airlines to join TSA Precheck; & Chinese airline receives flack for “racist” [...]

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Aug. 13-19: CDC Expands Miami’s Zika Advisory; Third Record-Breaking Week for Firearms; Family Out Thousands After Airline Changes Mind; Woman Banned for Life from Virgin Airlines; & Baby Born on Plane Gets Bonanza Birthday Gift

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from the CDC expanding Miami’s Zika Advisory to include South Beach, Third record-breaking week for firearms, and family out thousands after airline changes mind about missing bags, to woman banned for life from Virgin after drunken acts of violence, [...]

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Aug. 6-12: Power Outage Caused Delta Cancellation; American’s Inflight Shows Now Free; Olympic Golfer Reunited with Clubs; Marriott-Starwood Merger on Hold; & Tourist Ends up in Refugee Center

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from Power Outage Caused over 1.000 Delta Cancellations, American’s Inflight Shows Now Free, and Olympic Golfer Reunited with Missing Clubs, to Marriott-Starwood Merger on Hold, and Chinese Tourist Ends up in German Refugee Center

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July 30-Aug. 5: CDC Issues Travel Advisory for Miami; Southwest Wants CEO Replaced; World’s Biggest Hotel Will Have 10,000 Rooms; Pilots Tackles Drunk Passenger; & Teens Deface Ancient Carving “to improve it”

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from CDC issues travel advisory for Miami over Zika, Southwest wants CEO replaced after it outage, and world’s biggest hotel will have 10,000 rooms, to pilots tackles drunk passenger, and teens deface ancient carving “to improve it”

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July 23-29: New Law Will Refund Fees on Delayed Bags; Airfares Lowest since 2010; JetBlue First Commercial Flight to Cuba; The Future of Luggage? & Man Wins Island Resort

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from new law will require airlines to refund fees on delayed or lost bags, airfares at its lowest point since 2010, and JetBlue to be first (maybe) commercial airlines to fly to Cuba, to the future of luggage, and [...]

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July 2-8: TSA to Test Automated Security Lanes; DOT Approves Airlines for Havana; Contact TSA via Facebook Messenger; Theme Park of Biblical Proportions; & Woman Causes Delay for Wanting Divorce

This week’s round-up brings the latest airline and travel news – from TSA to start testing automated security lanes, DOT approves 8 airlines for Havana, and TSA answering questions via Facebook Messenger, to theme park of biblical proportions, and woman’s decision “to get divorced” causes delay. Enjoy!

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