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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.
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Boeing teamed up with a yacht interior design company to create a private jet cabin for the 737 MAX - see inside
The aesthetic for both concepts focuses on a combination of tans, browns, and beiges to give the plane a luxurious feel without being too bold.
I took a 30-hour train from New York to Miami, and the motion sickness and terrible sleep were too much for me
Insider's reporter spent 30 hours on an Amtrak train from New York City to Miami, and she said the journey was too long and too bumpy.
Tourists hoping to visit Jerusalem or Tel Aviv after Israel's announcement last week that it would open to some vaccinated foreign travellers should read the fine print before booking, local hoteliers say. That has tempered excitement among hoteliers hoping for some improvement around 20 months after Israel banned most foreigners to halt the spread of the coronavirus. "How many tourists out in the world have actually gotten boosters or are sitting in that six-month period following their second dose?" Israel Hotel Association CEO Yael Danieli said.
Hawaiian Airlines historically has been conservative with premium cabins, installing outdated products and adding fewer seats than competitors.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 […]
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SkyWest Airlines has canceled hundreds of flights, and passengers across multiple major airlines are feeling the impact.
The National Health Commission said 35 new cases of local transmission had been detected over the past 24 hours, four of them in Gansu.
The White House first disclosed on Sept. 20 it would remove restrictions in early November for fully vaccinated air travelers from 33 countries. The extraordinary U.S. travel restrictions were first imposed in early 2020 to address the spread of COVID-19. The White House plans to outline the legal framework requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for most foreign air travelers replacing the current restrictions, as well as rules for exemptions from the requirements.
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Indonesian President Joko Widodo has urged Southeast Asian countries to speed up plans to create a regional travel corridor to help revive tourism and speed up a recovery from the economic damage of the pandemic. Citing U.N. and World Trade Organization data, Widodo said Monday that the level of restrictions in Southeast Asia was the highest in the world. With coronavirus cases in the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations now declining, those limits should be eased to allow people to travel more freely, he said.
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A 7-year-old from Pulaski, Tennessee, dressed up as a Nashville "Woo Girl" for tacky tourist day as debate continues for how to regulate tourism in Nashville.
The Astro Twins forecast Pisces' horoscope for today. Find out if the moon's position presents any new opportunities, if today's the day to take a chance on love, or if you should be questioning an important relationship's motives.
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Saddle up for a getaway to one of these horsey spots, from England to California.
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For much of its 50-year history, Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) has been one of the most profitable airlines in the world. On Thursday, Southwest reported an adjusted net loss of $0.23 per share on $4.68 billion of revenue for the third quarter. Objectively, Southwest's results were quite bad.
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Wes Anderson designed a luxury train car that'll travel around the UK for almost $550 per ride - see inside
Belmond, the company behind the car, says it's noticed "huge pent-up demand" for its luxury train journeys.
- LA Times
Disneyland admission prices are going up 3% to 8%, plus extra for the highest demand days.
Getting standardized rules for international travelers amid the coronavirus pandemic is the biggest hurdle for Latin American airlines, with their recovery threatened by a lack of consensus among health authorities, industry leaders said on Sunday. Passengers suffer constant delays and restrictions as they travel between countries due to differing entry requirements established to curb the spread of different strains of the coronavirus, aviation industry directors said at a conference in Bogota, Colombia. "Standardization is vitally necessary to build confidence so people return to flying," said the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association's (ALTA) chief executive, Jose Ricardo Botelho.
- House Beautiful
The Upper East Side mansion that Holly Golightly called home is available to rent through luxury rental site Inspirato.
An American Airlines plane heading to Los Angeles from New York made an emergency landing after smoke emerged in the cabinet.
Business air travel is recovering faster than expected and should remain solid through the winter, the chief executive of Germany's Lufthansa said in remarks published on Monday. Meanwhile private travel is seeing an "extension of the summer season" as people catch up on flights they were not able to take immediately after the onset of the pandemic, Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr told Austrian newspaper Kleine Zeitung. "In addition, we are seeing a positive trend in business travel, which was still at a low level in the third quarter and is now picking up strongly," Spohr said in an interview.