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Southwest CEO to Stay, Hotel Wellness Grows and Cruise Line Junk Fees - skift.com - Norway - state California - Jordan
skift.com
13.06.2024 / 17:08

Southwest CEO to Stay, Hotel Wellness Grows and Cruise Line Junk Fees

Good morning from Skift. It’s Thursday, June 13, 2024. Here’s what you need to know about the business of travel today.

KLM CEO Marjan Rintel on China, Pilot Shortages, and Schiphol - skift.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam - France - city Paris - China - India
skift.com
12.06.2024 / 07:55

KLM CEO Marjan Rintel on China, Pilot Shortages, and Schiphol

Have you been to Amsterdam? If so, there’s a good chance you’ve flown on a plane without knowing it. The company, better known by its catchier acronym KLM, is the flag carrier of the Netherlands and the world’s oldest airline operating under its original name.

Icelandair Exec Shares Strategy Behind Connecting Smaller U.S. Cities to Europe — and What Travelers Should Know - travelandleisure.com - Iceland - Usa - New York - city Atlanta - city Boston - city Portland - city Detroit - county Wayne - Jackson - county Durham - Raleigh
travelandleisure.com
11.06.2024 / 16:41

Icelandair Exec Shares Strategy Behind Connecting Smaller U.S. Cities to Europe — and What Travelers Should Know

Connecting in a major international airport is a careful balance between leaving enough time to make the next flight and not wasting hours waiting. In most places, 45 minutes is not nearly enough. But Iceland isn’t most places.

It’s Road Trip Season and Gas Prices Are Trending Down, According to AAA - travelandleisure.com - state Mississippi - state California - Washington - state Florida - state Oklahoma - state Pennsylvania - state Texas - state Hawaii - state New Hampshire - state Arkansas - county Maui
travelandleisure.com
11.06.2024 / 16:41

It’s Road Trip Season and Gas Prices Are Trending Down, According to AAA

Summer is here and that means one thing: summer road trips. And luckily, gas prices have been dropping just in time to plan an epic cross-country adventure.

Bucket-list adventures and hotel packages to book for an unforgettable Father’s Day - thepointsguy.com - Spain - Ireland - city Salt Lake City - county Lake - county Salt Lake
thepointsguy.com
06.06.2024 / 16:15

Bucket-list adventures and hotel packages to book for an unforgettable Father’s Day

While it might seem like Dad can work endlessly, he also needs rest, relaxation and occasional pampering. This Father's Day, hotels and resorts from the Finger Lakes to Rome and around the world are offering experiences and packages for every interest. A vacation will mean much more than a material present for an often difficult-to-buy-for dad.

Help! A Gas Station Charged Me $1,500 and My Bank Won’t Believe It’s Fraud. - nytimes.com - Usa - Mexico - state California - city Mexico - city Fargo, county Wells - county Wells
nytimes.com
06.06.2024 / 09:11

Help! A Gas Station Charged Me $1,500 and My Bank Won’t Believe It’s Fraud.

Last October, my extended family spent a week in Todos Santos, in Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, for a wedding. All went well, but when I got back, I noticed an unusual charge on my credit card: $1,500.49, made on the day we flew home to the United States from San José del Cabo. The merchant appeared to be a restaurant in Mexico City. I recalled that when we went to fill up the rental car at a Chevron station near the airport, the attendant placed the card in a hand-held machine and then told me it had been rejected, requiring me to use a second card. Nothing else unusual happened that day, and reviews on Google for this gas station contain eerily similar accusations of fraudulent charges from other tourists. I disputed the charge, but Wells Fargo repeatedly denied my claim, even when I asked the Better Business Bureau to intercede. Can you help?

45 Finalists Chosen For World Drone Photography Awards 2024 - forbes.com - Spain - Germany - Iceland - Belgium - France - Italy - Poland - Ireland - Israel - Britain - Usa - China - Mexico - Colombia - India - Bulgaria - Kuwait - city Kuwait
forbes.com
30.05.2024 / 14:43

45 Finalists Chosen For World Drone Photography Awards 2024

The shortlist for this year’s world’s best aerial photography has been chosen, featuring five nominees in each of the nine categories. The winners of the Drone Photo Awards will be announced at a ceremony in Siena, Italy on 28 September 2024. The annual competition is open to professional and amateur photographers and is judged by a jury of five international professional photographers, filmmakers and curators.

Emirates and Viva Aerobus establish interline partnership - traveldailynews.com - Los Angeles - Usa - New York - Mexico - city Las Vegas - city Orlando - county Dallas - city Chicago - county Miami - city San Antonio - Houston - city Dubai
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 13:02

Emirates and Viva Aerobus establish interline partnership

Emirates customers can travel onwards from Mexico City to 21 new domestic points and a further 7 routes between Mexico and US cities operated by Viva Aerobus.

The ultimate weekend in and around Halifax - lonelyplanet.com - Ireland - Britain - Canada - county Halifax
lonelyplanet.com
29.05.2024 / 07:25

The ultimate weekend in and around Halifax

Halifax is a harbor town. A narrow neck opens up to the protected waters of Bedford Basin, making it ideal as a naval and shipping port. Before Europeans arrived, this body of water was a sanctuary and home to Indigenous Mi’kmaq for millennia.

Five New Hotels and Spas Built for Bathing - nytimes.com - county Bath - Greece - Italy - Japan - city Rome - North Korea
nytimes.com
28.05.2024 / 21:43

Five New Hotels and Spas Built for Bathing

In the ever-expanding wellness world, one of the latest trends is actually one of the oldest: soaking in, and sometimes drinking, therapeutic waters. In ancient Greece, physicians, including Hippocrates, prescribed mineral-rich baths to treat everything from skin diseases to insomnia. (According to one theory, the word “spa” is an acronym of the Latin phrase “sanus per aqua,” meaning “health by water.”) The practice has also been employed in Asia since at least the sixth century A.D., when nomadic Buddhists are said to have brought the concept of onsen (inns and bathhouses built around natural geothermal pools) to Japan from the Korean Peninsula. Now, with various forms of hydrotherapy, such as cold plunges and steam saunas, making a comeback, wellness entrepreneurs are debuting properties centered on bathing. Here, five places to take a dip.

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