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The 12 Most Common Travel Diseases Caught Abroad
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The 12 Most Common Travel Diseases Caught Abroad

Many of us spend most of the year looking forward to a trip away, whether it’s picking your destination or finally setting off. The unfortunate side of any holiday is catching one of the many illnesses that frequent several of the most popular destinations. Medical travel insurance provider GetGoing has studied the different ailments that […]

Turks & Caicos Luxury Resort, Bianca Sands, Welcomes Guests this Holiday Season with a Free Turkey and Free Night
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Turks & Caicos Luxury Resort, Bianca Sands, Welcomes Guests this Holiday Season with a Free Turkey and Free Night

Exceptional customizable experiences for families await this season at Bianca Sands on Grace Bay, located in Turks & Caicos and managed by Trust Hospitality, offering guests their own holiday island away from home, a Caribbean-style cooked turkey, and luxury amenities designed to create the most unforgettable memories with loved ones.   Travelers looking to experience […]

11 ‘Luxpeditions’ for Adventure and Comfort
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11 ‘Luxpeditions’ for Adventure and Comfort

    Want adventure and comfort on your next vacation? Make it a “luxpedition.” Cycle through Europe or Asia and rest your legs in luxury hotels. Reach the trails of the Alps by river cruise and train. Or explore the wilds of South America while enjoying fine dining. Here are 11 trips that bring together […]

St. Kitts in Talks with Carnival Corporation to Discuss Growth & Expansion
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St. Kitts in Talks with Carnival Corporation to Discuss Growth & Expansion

  On the heels of a record-setting 2017-2018 cruise season, Prime Minister of St. Kitts & Nevis the Hon. Dr. Timothy Harris in conjunction with Minister of Tourism The Hon. Lindsay F.P. Grantmet with top executives from Carnival Corporation & plc to discuss further development of the partnership between the destination and the cruise line. […]

Terminal One Welcomes Port Authority Decision to Redevelop JFK Terminal One as Part of Advancing Airports Ambitious Vision Plan
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Terminal One Welcomes Port Authority Decision to Redevelop JFK Terminal One as Part of Advancing Airports Ambitious Vision Plan

The Terminal One Team, comprising Terminal One Group Association (TOGA) and its world-class team of operating and financial partners, has welcomed the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s decision to move forward with the redevelopment and expansion of John F. Kennedy (JFK) Airport’s Terminal One in accordance with Governor Cuomo’s Vision Plan for […]

Data Reveals 87% of Travelers Don't Claim Airline Compensation for Lost Luggage
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Data Reveals 87% of Travelers Don’t Claim Airline Compensation for Lost Luggage

AirHelp, the world’s leading air passenger rights company, today revealed the results of a survey showing that more than 87 percent of U.S. travelers do not file claims following an issue with lost, damaged or delayed luggage at the airport. Under the Montreal Convention and U.S. national law, passengers may be entitled to claim between […]

"Harry Potter: A History of Magic" Opens Oct. 5 at the New-York Historical Society
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“Harry Potter: A History of Magic” Opens Oct. 5 at the New-York Historical Society

Harry Potter: A History of Magic, the British Library’s most successful exhibition, opens at the New-York Historical Society on Friday, October 5. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the U.S. publication of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, the New York exhibition explores the traditions of folklore and magic at the heart of the Harry Potter stories […]

Sirenis Creates Customizable Experiences for all Travelers This Fall and Winter
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Sirenis Creates Customizable Experiences for all Travelers This Fall and Winter

Known for providing exceptional service and unique year-round experiences tailored to each destination, Sirenis Hotels & Resorts in Mexico and the Caribbean offer ultimate bliss.  Situated in popular and easy access destinations, the five star Grand Sirenis Riviera Maya (Mexico), Grand Sirenis Matlali Hills (Riviera Nayarit, Mexico) and Grand Sirenis Punta Cana (Dominican Republic) offer […]

Labor Day Travel: These Are The Busiest Days to Fly
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Labor Day Travel: These Are The Busiest Days to Fly

Labor Day Weekend air travel hit a record high in 2017, with more than 16 million people traveling by plane. When looking at travel patterns from last year, AirHelp, the world’s leading air passenger rights company, found that passengers are eligible to claim more than $10.7 million from disrupted flights between the Thursday and Tuesday of […]

Increasing Number of New Yorkers Falling for ‘Brotherly Love’ in Philadelphia
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Increasing Number of New Yorkers Falling for ‘Brotherly Love’ in Philadelphia

“Nobody likes us, we don’t care.” These immortal words championed by the Philadelphia Eagles during their Super Bowl victory parade in early 2018 sums up a city unfairly pegged as the “sixth borough” by New Yorkers. While the proximity of Philadelphia to New York City gives that argument some ammunition, Empire State expatriates who’ve headed two hours […]

JFK Terminal 4 Now the World’s First Air Terminal with 100 percent Certified Green Restaurants®
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JFK Terminal 4 Now the World’s First Air Terminal with 100 percent Certified Green Restaurants®

Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport – one of most modern and active air terminals in New York with more than 21 million passengers per year – announced today that all of its 32 restaurants are officially Certified Green Restaurants®, marking the first time an airport terminal in the world has reached such […]

Smithsonian Magazine Announces 14th Annual Museum Day
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Smithsonian Magazine Announces 14th Annual Museum Day

Smithsonian magazine has designated Saturday, September 22nd as the 14th annual Museum Day, an initiative in which participating museums across the United States open their doors for free to those who download a branded ticket. The annual event allows museums nationwide to emulate the spirit of the Smithsonian Institution’s Washington, D.C.-based facilities, which offer free admission every […]

Summer Vacations at Risk Due to Overtourism & Ticket Price Increases
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Summer Vacations at Risk Due to Overtourism & Ticket Price Increases

In early June, the International Air Transport Association reduced its 2018 profit forecast by 12%, blaming rising fuel and labor costs and in response, air carriers including American Airlines, Delta and United, announced that passengers should prepare for higher ticket prices. In addition to the price increases, the industry lacks new pilots, causing many planes […]

Ballet Hispánico at the Vail Dance Festival - August 2018
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Ballet Hispánico at the Vail Dance Festival – August 2018

Ballet Hispanico, the nation’s premier Latino dance organization, brings its bold and eclectic brand of contemporary dance to the Vail Dance Festival for the first time in August 2018. “We are thrilled to be part of this renowned festival that is meeting the need for diversity head-on with its innovative pairings of artists of all […]

Dig for Gold (and Other Family Travel Ideas for Summer)
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Dig for Gold (and Other Family Travel Ideas for Summer)

The heat is on: With summer just around the bend, some 88% of American travelers report they plan to take their families on vacation this year, according to AAA Travel. Here is a “Top 10” list of choices for kid-friendly vacations with plenty of activity suggestions to minimize planning (a perk for parents!) and keep […]