Palace Resorts, Le Blanc Spa Resorts, & AM Resorts Step Up To Assist Guests Adding Free Covid Testing To Packages!

On January 12, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expanded the requirement for a negative COVID-19 test to all air passengers entering the United States. This requirement will go into effect on January 26, 2021 for all airline passengers entering the United States, INCLUDING U.S. Citizens. In response to this, we here … Read morePalace Resorts, Le Blanc Spa Resorts, & AM Resorts Step Up To Assist Guests Adding Free Covid Testing To Packages!

Do You Know TSA’s New Carry-on Rule?

  In April, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) introduced a new rule for screening carry-on baggage. The new rule is that you now must remove all electronics bigger than a cell phone (more than 4 inches by 6 inches) from your baggage and place them in their own bin for X-ray screening. This includes: Tablets E-readers Handheld … Read moreDo You Know TSA’s New Carry-on Rule?

Southwest Intends to Serve Four Hawaii Airports !

      ‎04-26-2018 05:30 AM (Direct From Southwest Air) kknox  Today, Southwest Airlines announces our intent to serve Honolulu, HI (Oahu); Kahului, HI (Maui); Kona, HI (Island of Hawaii); Lihue, HI (Kauai). While we do not yet have details to share on exact dates or routes, they do represent our initial footprints and top priorities … Read moreSouthwest Intends to Serve Four Hawaii Airports !

Great Promotions with Southwest Vacations thru November 13th & 18th !

Why book with Southwest Vacations? For starters, we help you save money on your all-inclusive resort vacations and more by offering promo codes to your favorite destinations. Destinations like Las Vegas, Mexico, Jamaica, Cancun, Disney, Orlando, and more. So with all of our promotion codes on one page, it’s never been easier to find great … Read moreGreat Promotions with Southwest Vacations thru November 13th & 18th !

AA to expand Basic Economy to entire domestic system

American Airlines will be selling Basic Economy seats on its entire domestic network by the end of September, company president Robert Isom said during the carrier’s earnings call Friday.  American also will greatly expand the availability of its international Premium Economy cabin by the end of the year.  Since launching Basic Economy sales in February, … Read moreAA to expand Basic Economy to entire domestic system

United Airlines Increases Hawaii Service on 11 Routes

United Airlines has announced an increase of service on 11 routes connecting the continental United States and Hawaii. Beginning December 20, United will increase service from its hubs in Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles and San Francisco to Hawaii. The airline will continue operating its daily nonstop service to Honolulu from all seven domestic hubs in … Read moreUnited Airlines Increases Hawaii Service on 11 Routes

Delta Unveils Fingerprint Boarding at Reagan National

A new level of access has opened up for Delta Air Lines passengers at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. Delta announced Wednesday that it has teamed up with trusted-traveler program Clear to begin piloting a biometric boarding pass at Reagan National. The first phase is already underway and allows eligible Delta SkyMiles members to access … Read moreDelta Unveils Fingerprint Boarding at Reagan National

American Delays Premium Economy Rollout

American Airlines has delayed the rollout of its new premium economy cabin until late 2018. According to FlightGlobal, the carrier is scheduled to complete retrofitting its Airbus A330-200s, Boeing 777 and 787 fleets by the third quarter of next year. American president Robert Isom originally announced installation would be complete by June 2018. Speaking at … Read moreAmerican Delays Premium Economy Rollout

3 Conflicting Reports on What’s Next for the Laptop Ban

Any expansion to the ban on laptops and other large electronic devices in airline cabins could be “off the table” for now…or it could be set to expand worldwide. Multiple reports on a Wednesday meeting between U.S. Department of Homeland Security and European Union (EU) officials conflict on what’s next for the controversial policy. Here … Read more3 Conflicting Reports on What’s Next for the Laptop Ban

European Laptop Ban Could Cost Travelers $1.1 Billion

Banning laptops from the cabin of flights from Europe is bound to have immense consequences. Now we have a report that suggests remarkable monetary repercussions. CNN Money cites word out of the International Air Transport Association that any policy banning laptop use inside the cabin of airplanes originating from Europe would cost in upwards of … Read moreEuropean Laptop Ban Could Cost Travelers $1.1 Billion

Report: Laptop Ban on Flights From Europe Could Come in Days or Weeks

Following a meeting between the United States Department of Homeland Security and representatives of the European Union, an expanded laptop ban could be coming “in the next several days or weeks,” according to a senior Trump administration official cited by The New York Times. American and European officials met Wednesday to discuss a potential expansion … Read moreReport: Laptop Ban on Flights From Europe Could Come in Days or Weeks

As U.S., EU to Meet on Laptop Ban, Industry Warns of Broader Impact

As U.S. and European Union (EU) officials prepare to meet to discuss a potential expansion of the laptop ban, travel industry organizations are warning of the potential impact an expansion could have on tourism. ABC News reports that U.S. and EU officials are scheduled to meet in Brussels Wednesday to discuss the reported possibility of … Read moreAs U.S., EU to Meet on Laptop Ban, Industry Warns of Broader Impact

Mexico City Streamlining Customs

If you find yourself flying into Mexico City’s Benito Juarez International Airport, some congratulations are in order. Things are now extremely easier for its foreign travelers. You are undoubtedly familiar with the red light-green light scenario that greets travelers at this and other airports. No, it’s not the game we played as kids. A green … Read moreMexico City Streamlining Customs

Norwegian Adds Low Cost European Flights From US West

To continue its transatlantic expansion, low-cost carrier Norwegian Air has announced two new routes from London to Seattle and Denver, with prices starting at just £199 or around $246. More than 125,000 seats will be available on the carrier’s first routes from London’s Gatwick Airport, which are targeted at both business and leisure travelers looking … Read moreNorwegian Adds Low Cost European Flights From US West

Alaska Airlines, Virgin America to Begin East Coast Service

Alaska Airlines and Virgin America announced Wednesday that they would be introducing three new daily, non-stop services to help connect the East Coast and the West Coast. The new flights will link Portland, Oregon, and New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport starting Nov. 6; Portland and Detroit Metropolitan Airport on Aug. 30; and … Read moreAlaska Airlines, Virgin America to Begin East Coast Service