Recession? What recession? Amangroupies take note: The newest in the ultra chic and haute, haute, haute chain of boutique resorts has opened just north of Page, Ariz., and Lake Powell, amidst 600 private, gated acres of rock canyons and plateaus. Like its siblings in the Amanresorts chain, the Amangiri, Sanskrit for peaceful mountain, is tricked […]
I take back all those unflattering things I’ve said in the past about Bilbao. That stuff about how it’s the “the Pittsburgh of Spain.” Yes, it’s an iron city. Yes, the Ría that runs through it is brown. And yes, it’s annoying, if not panic-inducing, that the Guggenheim Bilbao is now listed in 1000 Places to See Before You Die. But the city that inspired a planning cliché, “the Bilbao effect” (build a Big-Name-Architect museum and you’ll soon be polishing up your rusting economy with wads of tourist dollars), is more than all that.
Tucked into the end of a blog post about an increase in rental car rates at Boston was a more disturbing note for legacy carriers. While the airport saw a increase of six percent the legacy carriers only 14 percent flew on legacy carriers.
One of the most sought after benefits for frequent fliers is not free tickets, but the chance to escape the cattle car in the back, and sit up in business or first class with an upgrade.
Boeing announced that it has selected South Carolina to open a second assembly line for the 787 Dreamliner.
Please help the Consumer Travel Alliance get the pulse of passenger attitudes with regards to flying with H1N1 (Swine Flu) or any flu. Now that President Obama has declared H1N1 a “national emergency,” pressure is sure to mount on airlines to change some of their policies when it comes to changing airline tickets.
United Airlines has done it again. The same Dave Carroll, who responded to United Airlines’ total lack of response to breaking his guitar with a series of videos, just had his checked bag lost as he flew into Denver on United.
Does your health insurance cover you when you leave the country? A survey commissioned by the US Travel Insurance Association suggests you aren’t.