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Recent Posts

  • Senator Pushes for Cruise Passenger “Bill of Rights”:
    After so many recent high-seas calamities, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer of New York is proposing that the cruise ship industry voluntarily adopt a “bill of rights” for passengers, travel blog Skift reports. Shumer’s proposal, which invokes the February fire and...
  • See the World for $1.5 Million:
    A gay guy or gal can dream, right? A British luxury travel operator is now offering travel packages that span two years, cost more than $1.5 million, and will take you to every one of UNESCO’s 962 World Heritage Sites,...
  • US Airways Allows Rolls Out Real-Time Bag Tracking:
    US Airways this week has started letting customers check the status of their luggage in real time at baggagetracker.usairways.com. Like a similar system at Delta, US Airways’ program scans luggage at every point between check in, the plane, and then...
  • Take a Sneak Peek at American’s New 777-300ER:
    Travel blog Jaunted has taken a flight on American Airlines’ newest plane: the Boeing 777-300ER (AA is the first U.S. airline with the plane). And their report: “The folk at American Airlines must not have had much sleep lately” because...
  • Statue of Liberty Will Reopen July 4:
    The Statue of Liberty is expected to reopen this Fourth of July, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced this week. The New York City icon has been closed since October 29 because of damages Liberty Island sustained during Superstorm...
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