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JetBlue and British Airways May Be Partnering Up to Expand Their Networks — What That'll Mean for Travelers - travelandleisure.com - city Amsterdam - city Paris - Britain - Usa - New York - city New York - city Boston - city Copenhagen - city Dublin - Charleston - state Alaska - city Lisbon - city Syracuse
travelandleisure.com
24.05.2024 / 19:29

JetBlue and British Airways May Be Partnering Up to Expand Their Networks — What That'll Mean for Travelers

JetBlue and British Airways have submitted a codeshare agreement with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), hoping to make travel easier for fliers across the Atlantic. 

Best Vacation Values, Where To Go To Save On Luxury Travel Right Now - forbes.com - Spain - France - Greece - Italy - Portugal - Japan - Usa - New York - city Cape Town
forbes.com
24.05.2024 / 14:53

Best Vacation Values, Where To Go To Save On Luxury Travel Right Now

The dollar is strong right now, and its value has risen steadily against many foreign currencies throughout the end of 2023 and up to today. On May 1, the New York Times listed ten major foreign countries that had lost significant ground against our currency since the first of the year, making them less expensive to visit. By significant I mean as much as 10% (Japan)—and that’s just the past five months. Many of these currencies had already dropped last year, making the travel savings for travelers even more dramatic.

CTO says Caribbean Week in NYC ‘set to sparkle’ - breakingtravelnews.com - Bahamas - Usa - New York - city New York - Barbados - Cayman Islands
breakingtravelnews.com
24.05.2024 / 07:55

CTO says Caribbean Week in NYC ‘set to sparkle’

The Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) said on Friday that the much-awaited Caribbean Week is “set to sparkle” in New York City from June 16-21.

TSA agents think the crewmember lane at airports is a huge security flaw that staff abuse for smuggling - insider.com - Usa - New York
insider.com
23.05.2024 / 14:23

TSA agents think the crewmember lane at airports is a huge security flaw that staff abuse for smuggling

Airport security officers have concerns over the special crewmember lanes that enable flight attendants and airline pilots to bypass typical passenger screening procedures.

A Hawaiian wedding planner shares 4 insider tips for planning a wedding on the pricey island - insider.com - Usa - city New York - state Alaska - state Hawaii - city San Francisco - Hawaiian
insider.com
22.05.2024 / 11:25

A Hawaiian wedding planner shares 4 insider tips for planning a wedding on the pricey island

With wedding season around the corner, there are a number of decisions to make about the theme, guest list size, and, of course, location. In 2023, 62% of weddings in Hawaii were between non-residents, according to preliminary government data. The state is a popular destination wedding spot for its luscious greenery, picturesque views, and beautiful weather, but how do you decide if it's right for you?

Don’t Miss Our Skift Short-Term Rental Summit This June - skift.com - New York
skift.com
21.05.2024 / 21:11

Don’t Miss Our Skift Short-Term Rental Summit This June

Get set for a jam-packed day of discussions and networking at Skift Short-Term Rental Summit on June 5, where we will explore how the industry can adapt and thrive amidst ongoing changes and challenges. 

OMG, LOL: How Airports Get Their 3-Letter Codes - afar.com - Usa - New York - city Las Vegas - state Nevada - city Boston - Namibia - county Maui - state Georgia - county Sioux
afar.com
20.05.2024 / 19:49

OMG, LOL: How Airports Get Their 3-Letter Codes

Amid the departure gates, terminals, Hudson News stores, and airline lounges at airports lies a hidden language, recognizable to frequent travelers and aviation enthusiasts alike: the three-letter airport code.

Local Flavor: where to eat and drink on the Florida Panhandle - lonelyplanet.com - Usa - New York - state Florida - state Alabama - city Portland - county Coffee - county Santa Rosa
lonelyplanet.com
20.05.2024 / 14:35

Local Flavor: where to eat and drink on the Florida Panhandle

Cultural wasteland. Rural backwater. The Redneck Riviera. Whatever northern critics might say about "Flora-Bama," the 200-mile stretch of Florida beneath Alabama, I’m here – as a Florida-raised New Yorker – to tell you they’re flat wrong.

Katz’s Delicatessen And Veselka Create Their First Co-Branded Pastrami Pierogi - forbes.com - New York - city New York - city Brooklyn - Ukraine
forbes.com
16.05.2024 / 20:19

Katz’s Delicatessen And Veselka Create Their First Co-Branded Pastrami Pierogi

Two iconic Manhattan restaurants, with over 200 years of history combined, has teamed up to create a dish featuring their most popular menu items.

I’ve been to nearly every rooftop bar in NYC. These are the best for summer 2024 - lonelyplanet.com - New York
lonelyplanet.com
16.05.2024 / 12:07

I’ve been to nearly every rooftop bar in NYC. These are the best for summer 2024

The skyline of New York City is famously stacked with skyscrapers that all but piece the heavens. Yet until recently, the chance to enjoy the view over a cocktail was a relative rarity.

On the Belgian Coast, a Design Gallery Where You Can Spend the Night - nytimes.com - Netherlands - Georgia - Los Angeles - Belgium - Switzerland - Japan - New York - city New York - city Chicago - state Alaska
nytimes.com
16.05.2024 / 09:19

On the Belgian Coast, a Design Gallery Where You Can Spend the Night

Last year, when Micha Pycke, 40, and Albane Paret, 39, bought an apartment in Ostend — a once run-down Belgian seaside town that, in recent years, has become a favorite of artists and designers — they knew they wanted the place to be, says Pycke, “something more than an Airbnb or holiday home.” Instead, the couple, who co-own the Ghent-based arts- and design-focused communications agency Club Paradis, envisioned what he calls “a new kind of space”: essentially, a gallery where guests could stay overnight. To that end, they’ve filled the 1,000-square-foot two-bedroom, which is on the eighth floor of a ’60s-era building overlooking the North Sea, with works by some of their favorite artists and designers, many of whom are also their clients. In the living room, a lacquered wood coffee table by the Dutch designer Linde Freya Tangelder’s studio, Destroyers/Builders, sits atop a limited-edition rug by the Swiss textile artist Christoph Hefti woven with images of foxes. In one of the bedrooms, a copper-colored, ruched-felt tapestry by Rooms Studio — a women-led company from Tbilisi, Georgia — hangs above a Duo seat by the Belgian team Muller Van Severen for Valerie Objects. And if you like something, you can probably take it with you; most of the pieces are for sale, and Pycke and Paret are also happy to connect guests directly with designers. . —

Help! Our Cruise Operator Went Bankrupt and We Are Out $17,905. - nytimes.com - New York - city Boston - state Pennsylvania - state New York
nytimes.com
16.05.2024 / 09:19

Help! Our Cruise Operator Went Bankrupt and We Are Out $17,905.

In September 2022, I booked a 17-day Arabian Sea cruise through Vantage Travel Services to celebrate my 80th birthday with my wife. The cruise was to set sail in October 2023. I used my credit card to leave a $2,000 deposit and paid the remaining $17,905 shortly afterward by bank transfer. I also bought the Worldwide Trip Protector plan from Travel Insured International (for $1,954), in part because it covered financial default and bankruptcy of cruise lines. Vantage then canceled the cruise and offered me an alternative date I could not make; I also declined their offer of credit and asked for a refund, which they agreed to. But no refund ever came, and they stopped answering the phone. My credit card returned the $2,000, and I filed an insurance claim for $17,905. It was denied, as was my first appeal. Then Vantage filed for bankruptcy, and my second appeal was denied too. The reasons given by the insurer were outrageous. They cited a vague parenthetical phrase in the policy’s bankruptcy clause, claiming I wasn’t covered because I purchased the cruise directly from the cruise line (rather than, say, through a travel adviser). Then they said my policy lapsed when I canceled the trip. But I did not cancel; Vantage did. I also filed a complaint with the New York State Department of Financial Services, which was rejected. Can you help?

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