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What you should do if a fellow passenger on a plane insists you switch seats, according to travel experts - insider.com
insider.com
11.06.2024 / 11:43

What you should do if a fellow passenger on a plane insists you switch seats, according to travel experts

You may like to think you'd always be the kind of person who would offer their seat to a family on a plane so they can all sit together.

Quick Points: Why you should be careful with synced loyalty accounts - thepointsguy.com - Usa
thepointsguy.com
07.06.2024 / 15:25

Quick Points: Why you should be careful with synced loyalty accounts

As the managing editor for credit cards here at TPG, I pride myself on getting the most out of my credit card points and miles. Part of my routine is checking my card accounts every Thursday.

Why You’ll Pay More and Behave Better When You Travel This Summer - nytimes.com - city Amsterdam - city Paris - city Milan
nytimes.com
04.06.2024 / 09:41

Why You’ll Pay More and Behave Better When You Travel This Summer

A new tourist fee in Bali. Higher hotel taxes in Amsterdam and Paris. Stricter rules on public drinking in Milan and Majorca. Ahead of the summer travel season, leaders in many tourist spots have adopted measures to tame the tourist crowds — or at least earn more revenue from them.

Why Unlimited Fast Wi-Fi is the Next Big Differentiator for Airlines - skift.com - Germany - Britain - Qatar
skift.com
31.05.2024 / 07:01

Why Unlimited Fast Wi-Fi is the Next Big Differentiator for Airlines

In-flight connectivity has been one of the hottest topics at this week’s Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) in Hamburg, Germany. It’s here that companies have showcased the rapid strides being made to help passengers stay connected while on board. 

Chase announces Paris Olympics perks for Sapphire Reserve cardholders - thepointsguy.com - France - city Paris
thepointsguy.com
30.05.2024 / 21:53

Chase announces Paris Olympics perks for Sapphire Reserve cardholders

If you're a Chase Sapphire Reserve® cardholder looking for more reasons to attend this year's Olympic Games, you just found them.

Demand for Summer travel in Europe recovers, says ForwardKeys - traveldailynews.com - Spain - city European - France - Greece - Portugal - city Reykjavik - city Rome - city Lisbon - city Madrid - city Istanbul - Russia - Athens - city Tirana - city Tbilisi
traveldailynews.com
29.05.2024 / 12:58

Demand for Summer travel in Europe recovers, says ForwardKeys

ForwardKeys and ETOA predict a robust summer 2024 for European travel, with a shift in preferences toward urban and nature destinations, highlighting London’s popularity due to the Paris Olympics.

Google's AI Travel Tools, NYC's Room Crunch and Air France's Olympics Lounge - skift.com - France - New York - state Alaska
skift.com
29.05.2024 / 11:05

Google's AI Travel Tools, NYC's Room Crunch and Air France's Olympics Lounge

Good morning from Skift. It’s Wednesday, May 29. Here’s what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Inside Air France's New La Première Airport Lounge in Paris - skift.com - France - Singapore - county Charles - city Paris, county Charles
skift.com
28.05.2024 / 18:21

Inside Air France's New La Première Airport Lounge in Paris

As the world’s most visited country, France is no stranger to welcoming tourists. But even by its own busy standards, 2023 was an absolute record-breaker. However, the dynamic will be slightly different this summer. 

8 Hours Aboard the Caledonian Sleeper: Why You Should Ditch the Short-Haul Flight for an Overnight Train - cntraveler.com - city London - Scotland
cntraveler.com
27.05.2024 / 16:59

8 Hours Aboard the Caledonian Sleeper: Why You Should Ditch the Short-Haul Flight for an Overnight Train

As I boarded the Caledonian Sleeper with my family at Edinburgh Waverly on a cool Scottish summer night, it was difficult not to get caught up in the romantic quality of this eight-hour journey to London. The train's midnight teal exterior reflected the hue of the sky, and coupled with the vintage-y copperplate gothic font emblazoned on it, the scene felt spliced from the celluloid of a Wes Anderson film. That a kindly bellhop from The Balmoral, our hotel adjacent to the station, loaded our valises off a trolley cart did little to rein in these trappings.

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