This Saturday, Port Tampa Bay will be full of cruise ship travelers. This hasn't happened since the CDC issued a no-sale order in March of 2020.
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The airline ceased operations, leaving thousands of workers unemployed and others with lower pay on a new carrier, union reps say.
From tipping etiquette to dining, there were many things I didn't know about cruising before my first European voyage in October.
- Robb Report
It's a gem in the building's famous crown.
- USA TODAY
While the new U.S. travel system rolling out Nov. 8 will open borders to more foreign tourists, there will be tighter rules for some Americans too.
- Men's Health
In his new memoir, No One Wins Alone, NHL legend and hall of fame inductee Mark Messier shared a story about a magic mushroom trip that changed his life.
Photos show the adventures of Boji - Istanbul's commuting dog - who passes through 29 metro stations each day
Since noticing Boji's movements, Istanbul Municipality officials have begun tracking the dog's commutes using a microchip and phone app.
- USA TODAY
The White House announced that a new international air travel system will go into effect Nov. 8, allowing entry for fully vaccinated foreign tourists.
- Charlotte Observer
Passenger numbers at the Charlotte airport took a dramatic dive in early 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic hit NC. But travel demand is back to nearly pre-pandemic levels.
- Architectural Digest
Thrill seekers can experience the world’s highest outdoor building climb 1,300 feet above Manhattan
Hawaiian Airlines historically has been conservative with premium cabins, installing outdated products and adding fewer seats than competitors. But the carrier is making a big bet on flat-bed seats for its new Boeing 787s as it emerges from the pandemic, its chief operating officer said. Hawaiian is putting 34 flatbed business class suites on its […]
- Washington Post
The public health rules that dictate how cruise ships can operate in U.S. waters during the pandemic will become recommendations in mid-January, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday. Authorities replaced an earlier ban on cruise travel with a "conditional sailing order" in October 2020, which laid out steps cruise companies had to take to sail with passengers from U.S. ports. That order - which required ships to sail with at least 95% of people vaccinated or perform a test
- American City Business Journals
Beginning October 31, all United flights leaving New York City airports (Newark, LaGuardia and JFK) will have first class seating options available for travelers.
- USA TODAY
Loyal fans can debate which they prefer, but there are some objective differences between Disneyland and Disney World that visitors should consider.
- Conde Nast Traveler
The places inspiring your return to travel, from Hawaii to the Midwest. You’ll find laidback locals and splendid nature galore throughout the area, but we’re particularly fond of Orcas Island, with its spectacular views over Puget Sound, forested hiking paths, and pilgrimage-worthy restaurants. Pro tip: San Juan Safaris conducts an incredible orca-spotting excursion, which launches straight out of San Juan Island’s Friday Harbor.
- Conde Nast Traveler
On a visit to the storied Florida archipelago, Leslie Pariseau takes an old-school approach that lets her truly see the islands, in all their flawed and fragile beauty.
- Yahoo Finance Canada
A senior executive from the airline says the increase "marks a major milestone in rebuilding our network to pre-pandemic levels."
- LA Times
Disneyland admission prices are going up 3% to 8%, plus extra for the highest demand days.
- Associated Press
Hong Kong will tighten COVID-19 restrictions despite a lack of local outbreaks to better align with China’s policies and increase chances of quarantine-free travel between the territory and mainland, leader Carrie Lam said Tuesday. It will also tighten quarantine rules to exempt only emergency workers or those in essential industries such as logistics. Currently, those exempt from quarantine include airline crew, banking and insurance executives, directors of public companies, as well as crew members on cargo and passenger ships, among others.
- Business Insider
Jacob Cefolia, United Airlines' SVP of worldwide sales, had been missing since August 2020. The coroner is investigating the cause of death.
Federal health officials on Monday extended for nearly three more months its rules that cruise ships must follow to sail during the pandemic.