Posts Tagged: travel

Airlines Cutting Fall Flights

If you have an airplane trip booked this fall, you should pay attention to changes and cancellations on your scheduled trip. USA Today reports that airlines have started removing flights from scheduled because demand during the pandemic is low. After a spike in summer travel, fall trips are not being booked as frequently. United Airlines has… Read more »

The CDC Wants Your Input On When To Start Cruising Again

The CDC wants to hear from you about what it would take to start cruises again. The 28 question survey is seeking suggestions on how to handle cruises in the pandemic and afterward. What can cruise ships do to prevent COVID transmission, how frequently crew members and guests be tested, and how cruise ships should… Read more »

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When To Book Your Holiday Flights

If you haven’t booked your airplane travel for the holidays, it’s not too late. According to  Hotwire you should book your trip 21 days before you plan to travel.  That way you can find the cheapest flights.  Also experts say you can find the least expensive flights when you book in the middle of the… Read more »

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Airline Ticket Prices Are a a Historic Low

Airline Ticket Prices Are At “A Historic Low” If you’ve been on the fence (like me) about jetting off for a vacation, don’t let worries about money factor into your decision. According to a travel expert, it’s a good time to be a passenger. “We’re actually seeing ticket prices this summer at a historic low,”… Read more »

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CNN’s Anthony Bourdain Dead Of Suicide at 61

CNN’s Anthony Bourdain dead of suicide at 61.  What is going on?  First Kate Spade and now Anthony Bourdain??  Anthony Bourdain was the ultimate storyteller.  I loved seeing him travel around the world tasting foods and sharing stories from all across the globe.  I secretly wanted to travel with him to a couple of places,… Read more »