After a summer of travel chaos, the government is posting a score card detailing what each airline will and won’t do for customers, pushing the airlines to do better. Meanwhile, off-duty pilots from the biggest pilot union are picketing over poor airline service. NBC News’ Tom Costello is at the FAA Command Center, where they’re monitoring travel this holiday weekend.
- Florida Today
No new guests were allowed to check into Disney hotels on Thursday, but guests who were already there stayed put
- Miami Herald
There was something about Sanibel.
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Disney Parks superfan reveals the ultimate secret hack for skipping lines: 'I probably shouldn't share this'
A TikTok stitch trend is making the rounds featuring Disney fans sharing their favorite Disney park hacks. The post TikTokers reveal Disney Park hacks they ‘probably shouldn’t share’ appeared first on In The Know.
UPDATED with latest: Just days after being pummeled by Hurricane Ian, Universal Orlando Resort has announced that tomorrow, October 1, the resort will be open to all guests. A “phased reopen” began today for guests of the resort’s hotels who rode out the storm there. The resort’s popular Halloween Horror Nights will also be open […]
- Business Insider
Thousands of cruise ship passengers are being forced to spend extra days at sea after 3 Florida ports closed due to Hurricane Ian
Hurricane Ian caused the closure of three key ports, leaving multiple cruise ships unable to let passengers disembark.
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From Space Mountain to Tower of Terror, there are 51 rides across the four theme parks at Disney World. Here are some fun details about them.
- Robb Report
The vessel's owner named the yacht after his 1959 Bonneville racer. It sits in a glass display for all to see.
- Motley Fool
Hurricane Ian cut through Florida's theme parks on Thursday. The three major players aren't reopening the same way at the same time.
Disney World Set To Reopen Friday In “Phased Approach” As House Of Mouse Assesses Hurricane Ian Impact – Update
2nd UPDATE, 12:24 PM: As the aftermath of still potent Hurricane Ian continues to discombobulate Florida, Disney World could reopen as soon as Friday, the House of Mouse says. “While the theme parks and many operating areas remain closed to guests today, we anticipate weather conditions to improve his evening,” Disney said in a just released […]
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I spent $120 for a solo meal at Topolino's Terrace, and the expensive Disney World spot is my new favorite signature restaurant
Riviera Resort's pasta-themed rooftop restaurant, part of Disney signature dining, serves breakfast and dinner with French and Italian influences.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
These trips are perfect whether you’re looking for a relaxing getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life or you want to embark on an adventure full of exploration and discovery.
- USA TODAY
Florida's biggest theme parks are gradually reopening following Hurricane Ian. Here's when guests can go back.
- Miami Herald
Hurricane Ian has affected the plans of some travelers as dozens of flights were canceled or delayed at Florida airports
- NBC Sports BayArea
Last time Steve Kerr visited Japan, the country and the world looked a lot different.
The maverick airline has laid down a challenge that Southwest, United, and even part-owner Delta may have to follow.