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You're Invited: Celebrate Washington D.C.'s Capital Pride

You're Invited: Celebrate Washington D.C.'s Capital Pride

TRAVEL | By Kilian Melloy | May 30, 2022

Capital Pride returns June 10 - 13 with a plethora of events celebrating our out, proud, and patriotic community, including the city's historic Pride Parade. And you're invited!

Flight Cancellations Pile Up on Busy Memorial Day Weekend

Flight Cancellations Pile Up on Busy Memorial Day Weekend

TRAVEL | May 29, 2022

Hundreds of flights worldwide were cancelled by midday Sunday, adding to the mounting number of scrubbed flights during the busy Memorial Day holiday weekend in the U.S.

Air Travelers Face Cancellations over Memorial Day Weekend

Air Travelers Face Cancellations over Memorial Day Weekend

TRAVEL | By Anne D'Innocenzio | May 28, 2022

Airline travelers are not only facing sticker shock this Memorial Day weekend, the kickoff to the summer travel season. They're also dealing with a pileup of flight cancellations.

Japan to Resume Tourism in June; Only Packaged Tour for Now

Japan to Resume Tourism in June; Only Packaged Tour for Now

TRAVEL | By Mari Yamaguchi | May 28, 2022

Japan will open its borders to foreign tourists in June for the first time since imposing tight pandemic travel restrictions about two years ago, but only for package tours for now, the prime minister said Thursday.

Prepare for Sticker Shock if You are Traveling this Summer

Prepare for Sticker Shock if You are Traveling this Summer

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | May 27, 2022

Airlines and tourist destinations are expecting monster crowds this summer as travel restrictions ease and pandemic fatigue overcomes lingering fear of contracting COVID-19 during travel.

Administration Opposes Airlines in Lawsuit over Crew Breaks

Administration Opposes Airlines in Lawsuit over Crew Breaks

TRAVEL | May 26, 2022

The Biden administration has sided against the airline industry and urged the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday to uphold a California law that would provide more rest and meal breaks for airline crews.

Pandemic-Weary Americans Plan for Summer Despite COVID Surge

Pandemic-Weary Americans Plan for Summer Despite COVID Surge

TRAVEL | By Caleb Jones and Stefanie Dazio | May 25, 2022

A COVID-19 surge is underway that is starting to cause disruptions as the school year wraps up and Americans prepare for summer vacations.

Airbnb Ends Rentals in China to Focus on Outbound Tourists

Airbnb Ends Rentals in China to Focus on Outbound Tourists

TRAVEL | May 24, 2022

Airbnb Inc. announced Tuesday it will stop representing short-term rental properties in China and focus its business in the country on serving Chinese tourists looking for lodgings abroad.

Seeing a Country with the Most High-Ranking Tour Guide

Seeing a Country with the Most High-Ranking Tour Guide

TRAVEL | By David Bauder | May 23, 2022

The veteran travel journalist, and by extension his viewers, are shown a nation's points of interest by the country's leader.

Davos Diary: Train, Not Plane Means Scenery, Carbon Cutting

Davos Diary: Train, Not Plane Means Scenery, Carbon Cutting

TRAVEL | By Kelvin Chan | May 23, 2022

If I had flown, my 870-kilometer trip would have emitted up to 197 kilograms (434 pounds) of carbon dioxide per passenger into the atmosphere. By train? 12.2 kilograms.

Cinespia Returns With Pride!

Cinespia Returns With Pride!

TRAVEL | May 20, 2022

LA's most popular and longest-running Outdoor Screening Series "Cinespia" returns to two famous Hollywood locations this summer: the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and LA Historic Park. And in June celebrates Pride.

2022 is the Year of All-Inclusive Travel, and Here's Why

2022 is the Year of All-Inclusive Travel, and Here's Why

TRAVEL | By Sally French, NerdWallet | May 19, 2022

The image of all-inclusive travel is changing, as hotel companies expand their offerings, while redefining what all-inclusive means.

White House Moves to Loosen Remittance, Flight Rules on Cuba

White House Moves to Loosen Remittance, Flight Rules on Cuba

TRAVEL | By Zeke Miller, Andrea Rodriguez, and Aamer Madhani | May 17, 2022

The Biden administration says it will expand flights to Cuba, take steps to loosen restrictions on U.S. travelers to the island, and lift Trump-era restrictions on remittances.

Beyond the Canal, There's Plenty More to Find in Romantic Panama

Beyond the Canal, There's Plenty More to Find in Romantic Panama

TRAVEL | By Brandon Schultz | May 15, 2022

While it is most famous for its canal, it is the least interesting attraction in this Central America country that has Manhattan-lie skyscrapers, beautiful beaches and great amenities.

EU Lifts Mask Requirement for Air Travel as Pandemic Ebbs

EU Lifts Mask Requirement for Air Travel as Pandemic Ebbs

TRAVEL | May 11, 2022

The European Union will no longer require masks to be worn at airports and on planes starting next week amid the easing of coronavirus restrictions across the bloc, authorities said Wednesday.

Drivers Bemoan High Gasoline Prices with No Relief in Sight

Drivers Bemoan High Gasoline Prices with No Relief in Sight

TRAVEL | By Cathy Bussewitz, Julie Walker, and Joshua Boak | May 11, 2022

Just as Americans gear up for summer road trips, the price of oil remains stubbornly high, pushing prices at the gas pump to painful heights.

TSA is Expanding Use of Screeners to Help at Busy Airports

TSA is Expanding Use of Screeners to Help at Busy Airports

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | May 11, 2022

The chief of the Transportation Security Administration said Tuesday that his agency has quadrupled the number of employees who could bolster screening operations at airports.

Millennial Money: Save on Family Travel without Stressing

Millennial Money: Save on Family Travel without Stressing

TRAVEL | By Kelsey Sheehy, NerdWallet | May 10, 2022

Planning and packing for travel with kids requires accounting for naps, snacks, tantrums, and blowouts.

Tourism and Economic Agencies Join Forces to Market Orlando

Tourism and Economic Agencies Join Forces to Market Orlando

TRAVEL | By Mike Schneider | May 9, 2022

The idea: Take the tens of millions of tourists who are thinking about visiting central Florida's theme parks each year and sell them on the virtues of moving their companies or businesses to the region.

FAA Offers Fix for Snarled Florida Air Travel This Summer

FAA Offers Fix for Snarled Florida Air Travel This Summer

TRAVEL | May 5, 2022

Federal officials are promising to add air traffic controllers and take other steps to improve the flow of planes in Florida, which airlines say has become a weak link in the national airspace.

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