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Crowne Plaza’s New Approach to Flexible Meeting Spaces

Finding what hotel best suits your company’s business needs is a tough endeavor. There is an excess of deceptive marketing trying to convince viewers that the advertiser’s hotel is the best. Even if you’re using a business travel agency, there are hundreds of options to choose from. One of the best ways to find a…

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Over 2,000 Flights Cancelled Ahead of Storm

More than 2,000 flights are canceled at New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia airports as the region braces for a powerful nor’easter that is expected to worsen throughout the day. It comes just days after another major storm hit the Northeast, forcing large-scale flight disruptions. Winter Storm Quinn could drop up to a foot of…

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Airfares Based on Who You Are?

Traveler: How much to fly to New York next week? Airline: It depends on who you are. Hmmmm. Decades ago, the price of an airline seat was simple: Economy class had one price and first class had another, and they didn’t change until the flight sold out. Everyone paid the same fare. But after the airlines were…

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Snow Slams Europe, Great Lakes

The major airlines are bracing for yet another round of snow and will no doubt issue additional flight change fee waivers for passengers affected by the series of winter storms. Winter Storm Quinn, which pounded the Rockies, will head East, producing blizzard conditions in the northern Plains, and spreading snow and wind through the Upper…

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10 Days in Morocco

Explore the heart of Morocco, Africa at Europe’s doorstep… ancient cities, medinas, kasbahs, and souks… windswept coastline and desert treasures… on a 10-day journey that includes premier hotel stays – four nights in the city of Marrakech, three nights in spiritual Fes, and one night in both Imperial Rabat and fashionable Casablanca, where ghosts of…

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The Biggest Secret in Travel

Want to know the biggest secret in travel? It’s the Mobile Passport app, which was first released in 2014 but has yet to catch on the same way Global Entry has. The app, which is completely free, has been downloaded about 3.5 million times since launch, according to its developers. While that number may sound…

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2018 Spring Air Travel Forecast

The spring travel season is peppered with many occasions to travel, from spring break to Easter to Memorial Day. To help travelers avoid travel hiccups, RewardExpert – a free service that helps travelers take full advantage of credit card points and travel rewards – released the findings of its 2018 Spring Air Travel Forecast determining which airlines, airports and…

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Atlantis Resort Opens in China

Just in time for the lunar new year and the massively popular Spring Festival travel season, China is welcoming the new Atlantis, Sanya Hainan resort. Atlantis, Sanya Hainan is the first Chinese location for the iconic Atlantis brand—known for its over-the-top family activities and offerings—but the third member of the global Atlantis family, joining sister…

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Air Travel Soars Worldwide

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for 2017 showing that demand (revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) for the year ending December 31 rose 7.6% compared to 2016. This was well above the 10-year average annual growth rate of 5.5%. While the rate of demand growth slowed to 6.2% in December…

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Explore Europe by Motorhome

Great family vacations out on the open road don’t just happen in the States! Traveling by car and staying in hotels and bed & breakfasts is a great way to go, but when you really want to get to know a place, renting a motorhome in Europe is tough to beat. These days, lots of…

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