The airports that are the worst for summer flight delays

The airports that are the worst for summer flight delays

From Travel Pulse Summer flight delays are oftentimes more frequent and debilitating than their winter counterparts. MileCards.com recently analyzed on-time arrival data from the U.S. Department of Transportation for the past 10 years dating back to 2007, uncovering the best and worst airports for summer flight delays. The comparison service examined the 50 busiest airports […]

U.S. travel ban: Airline computer-separation fears

U.S. travel ban: Airline computer-separation fears

ANALYSIS/OPINION: What price security? American travelers are about to find out when they plan a trip to, say, Amsterdam – not Amman – and find they have to surrender all electronics except their smartphone before boarding a plane back to the U.S. While the U.S. Department of Homeland Security holds that although there have been […]

Memorial Day travel expected to spike

Memorial Day travel expected to spike

From Travel Pulse The unofficial start of summer has many Americans eyeing a getaway. Approximately 39.3 million to be specific. That’s how many travelers AAA projects will venture at least 50 miles from home this upcoming Memorial Day weekend. The estimate is the highest it’s been in 12 years and is up from 38 million […]

The world’s first Nutella Cafe is opening in Chicago

The world’s first Nutella Cafe is opening in Chicago

CHICAGO — Walking into the first-ever, brand new Nutella Cafe on Michigan Ave. is like walking into a jar of Nutella itself. The warm creamy white color on the walls is complemented by the dripping Nutella-colored embellishments on the ceiling, accented by hanging lights in the shape of flowers of the hazelnut plant. Everything in […]

The best travel apps to install on your phone

The best travel apps to install on your phone

Don’t hit the road without them These apps will help you get more from your trip. Lonely Planet Whether we’re on the move or slouched on the couch, our phones have become indispensable companions. And if you’re taking a trip, then your trusty pocket computer can become more valuable than ever, as it provides a […]

Europe expects solid tourism growth in 2017

Europe expects solid tourism growth in 2017

From Travel Pulse After posting modest tourism growth in 2016, early signs show positive growth for 2017. A new European Travel Commission (ETC) report shows that Europe welcomed 615 million international tourists during 2016 while the outlook for continued growth this year is “upbeat” despite safety concerns, Brexit and policy changes from the U.S. government. […]

American Airlines reducing space between economy seats

American Airlines reducing space between economy seats

From Travel Pulse Traveling on an airplane is already a tough experience due to the lack of legroom, but the situation is becoming even more dire as a report claims American Airlines will be reducing the space between some seats in economy class by two inches. According to CNN Money, American plans to add more […]

Mercer Mile in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, offers look into history

Mercer Mile in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, offers look into history

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Thanks to its trio of museums gifted to the community by native son Henry Chapman Mercer (1856-1930) Doylestown, Pennsylvania, offers country charm, culture, and history. Mercer was a world traveler, collector, documentarian and storyteller who is also often credited with “making history live.” Today, Mercer’s three museums, all National Historic Landmarks, are known collectively […]

Floore’s Country Store celebrates 75 years of music, food and fun

Floore’s Country Store celebrates 75 years of music, food and fun

“There is a legend that John Wayne hung his boots up here and never marked which pair so they wouldn’t get stolen,” John T. Floore Country Store managing partner Mark McKinney told Garden and Gun. He was talking about the rafters at his Texas destination just outside of San Antonio, which is celebrating its 75-year […]

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