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Donald Trump escaped death in helicopter crash: FAA ok with 50...

The U.S. President Donald Trump should be advised promptly that despite an alarming report about  U.S. helicopter safety issues, the industry is proposing another delay in helicopter safety standards for crashworthiness. This is expected to be rubber-stamped by FAA bureaucrats soon.

First Home Loan and tips to get it

It is very satisfying to own a new home however it becomes really difficult to do so if the funds are not sufficient at...

Snowbird travel stress decreased with driveway service

Introduction: Your destination is set, be it for holiday, leisure or work. Hotels - check, itinerary- check, must visit spots – check, can’t-miss diners and...

Global protest over United Airlines staff cuts

United Airlines flight attendants are protesting staff cuts at airports all around the world today

Most stressful US airports this Christmas named

To help empower travelers to make more informed decisions when it comes to holiday travel, travel experts reveal which airports to possibly avoid. • Experts predict...

Study shows 44% of leisure travelers plan and book vacations at...

A new study from advertising agency Hoffman York (HY) reveals that nearly half of travelers are booking travel at the last minute.

Canada’s Aviation Fatigue Rules Less Safe than US

The Air Canada Pilots Association, the largest single pilot group in Canada - representing more than 4,000 professional pilots across Canada who fly the vast majority of Canadian overseas flights, is gravely disappointed that Minister Garneau and the federal government are moving forward with substandard fatigue rules.

Holiday Travel using U.S. airports: The best and the worst

U.S. airlines carried 72.3 million passengers in December 2017, a new all-time high, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS).

Visiting Oahu? Don’t rent a car, ride a Charley’s in...

The worst American States for visitors and locals to drive are Hawaii and California according to a 2018 survey by the "Bankrate Best States for Drivers Study. When traveling to the Aloha State of Hawaii forget about renting a car or taking an Uber, but think about riding a Charley's. 

More turbulence ahead: Increasingly difficult times for private jet travel

PrivatAir filed for insolvency on December 5, 2018 – and while its focus was on charter rather than fractional ownership or jet cards, this...

Hotel industry: Saying goodbye to 2018, ready for strong 2019

With the year coming to an end, Hotelbeds has prepared some testimonials about 2018, with insights about how the year has been for the...

2018’s Best Cities for New Year’s Eve named

With New Year’s Eve around the corner and the majority of Americans spending up to $200 each on the occasion per year, WalletHub today...

Shalom from the city of peace: Jerusalem

There is an ancient Jewish belief that each soul is a special “pearl of life”’, a necklace of jewelry that shines through the darkness of history and adds beauty to the world. Yesterday, the last night of Chanukah, the feast of lights, was such a day.

Active shooter incidents: How to Identify a Defensible Area?

Active shooter incidents used to be rare events. People are now realizing there is a higher potential for being involved in one as the frequency of these events increases. According to a 2018 FBI report, twenty-one states around the country, from California to Maryland, saw active shooter incidents in the two-year period from 2016 to 2017, ten more than in the previous two-year perio

About to be on Strike: Flair Airlines

The Canadian Union of Public Employees has filed 72-hour strike notice for Local 4060, representing 139 flight attendants who work for ultra-low-cost carrier Flair Airlines.

Jamaica Tourism Minister calls for greater harmonization of tourism and culture

Speaking on the Ministerial panel in Istanbul yesterday, Jamaica Minister of Tourism, Honorable Edmund Bartlett asserted that tourism was but the marketing of culture.

Travel better with children during the holidays

Millions of North Americans travel for the holidays to spend time with family and friends, many with children in tow. Of those travelers who...

World Travel Monitor: European outbound travel grows by five percent

Spain has been unable to maintain its strong growth of international visitors of recent years, while Turkey is attracting more holidaymakers again. Greece is...

VistaJet’s newest in-flight service is nothing to “wine” about

VistaJet announced today the launch of The VistaJet Wine Program,

Power of People proves popular for upcoming BestCities Global Forum in...

Leaders will hold talks, workshops, and programs while also learning about the region and culture of Latin America at the BestCities Global Forum to be held in Bogota.

Eurostat: Tourists to EU opted for shorter stays in 2009

BRUSSELS - Tourists spent less nights in European Union (EU) countries in 2009 than they did in 2008, a sign of the economic crisis, the EU's statistics bureau Eurostat said.

Tourists still pour in but spend less

A record number of tourists visited South Africa in 2007, but travellers spent less money as the global economic crunch squeezed their budgets.

Americans stay home to ease credit crunch

We've all read the headlines: Food prices are soaring, the gas pumps are threatening us with personal bankruptcy and Canada is edging closer to recession. What does this mean for Canadians looking ahead to their summer holidays?
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