Havana (CNN)-Travel to Cuba got more difficult — and more confusing — this week for Americans and travelers under US jurisdiction.
Continue reading Cuba travel restrictions: What you need to know
Technology for travelers is shaping expectations and changing the way people travel. Mobile apps like AtYourGate and App in the Air are coming on the market in response to changing guest expectations when it comes to convenience and tailored services, and providing solutions to help enhance travelers’ lives and making things easier. Continue reading How technology is simplifying, personalizing travel
Like Crossover Rewards and Rewards Plus before it, a new partnership between American and Hyatt may help elite loyalty members in both programs earn some extra perks. And with little cost associated, participation is a no-brainer. Continue reading American Airlines and Hyatt Hotels to Share Elite Loyalty Benefits
“Bleisure” is on the rise and it’s one of the biggest trends in business travel.
Blending work travel with leisure travel is one of the best perks of traveling for work. It helps save on vacation costs and creates a better work-life balance for travelers and the concept is growing by leaps and bounds as revealed in National Car Rental’s second annual State of the Business Travel Industry Survey.
Continue reading Bleisure Is the Biggest Trend in Business Travel
Customer satisfaction with North American car rental companies reached record levels this year, according to the J.D. Power 2018 North America Rental Car Satisfaction Study.
Continue reading Enterprise Earns Top Spot on J.D. Power Ratings for Fifth Consecutive Year
Getting some shut eye on a plane is a perennial challenge for travelers, but there are a few low-tech tricks that can make switching time zones and taking long haul flights a little easier. David Hamer, director of the Travel Clinic at Boston Medical Center and a professor of Global Health and Medicine at the Boston University Schools of Public Health and Medicine, shared some strategies for catching a few z’s at 30,000 feet.
Continue reading 5 Tips to Sleep Better on Your Next Trip
On the new Norwegian Bliss, cruise passengers can drive go-karts on a two-story racetrack, listen to a Beatles cover band inside a replica of Liverpool’s Cavern Club or play laser tag in a space-themed, outdoor arena.
Continue reading Billion-Dollar Cruise Ship Brings Go-Karts and Laser Tag to the High Seas
American Cruise Lines’ first new ship of 2018, American Constitution, has passed its Sea Trials.
The procedure took place last week in the Chesapeake Bay, with the U.S. Coast Guard aboard. The ship took part in speed trials, an endurance run, and other safety and maneuverability tests.
Continue reading American Constitution Successfully Passes Sea Trials