New study finds that booking direct flights through airline websites made passengers less than happy.
Fares include one checked bag, one hot meal on each flight, and wireless entertainment.
After a sold out night last year, Star Wars: Galactic Nights is returning to Walt Disney World's Hollywood Studios this December.
The special event, which will take place one-night-only on Dec. 16, will feature the Star Wars: A Galaxy Far, Far Away stage show, with fireworks and images based on the saga projected throughout the park.
At the Epic Theater, a discussion will share details on Disney’s highly-anticipated Star Wars-inspired expansion opening at Disneyland Park and Disney's Hollywood Studios in 2019. Characters like Ewoks, AWR Troopers and roaming droids will greet with guests, while Jedi Knights will teach kids in Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple.
Park access and activities will be exclusive to Star Wars: Galactic Nights ticket holders. Tickets are currently on sale at $129 for adults and $124 for kids ages 3-9.
With four airlines now owning a majority of the market, hotels seem to be heading in the same direction, Greenberg, the travel editor at CBS News, told a meeting of the New York chapter of Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International.
The Yukon Astronomical Society is partnering with Tourism Yukon and Air North, Yukon's Airline, to provide private chartered flights for travelers to get an eye-level look at the Northern Lights.
The three are offering high-altitude views of the spectacular aurora in the Yukon sky, on either Nov. 24 or 25, 2017, depending on the aurora forecast. The flights come with three flexible packages that include pre-flight welcome reception and entertainment at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre in Whitehorse, Yukon.
Prices start at approximately (CAD) $950 for the flight only, (CAD) $1,200 for the flight and three nights hotel in Whitehorse and (CAD) $1,635 for the flight, transportation to Whitehorse and three nights hotel stay.
Pending final flight route, each participant will receive a certificate from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, stating that they have crossed the Arctic Circle. Tickets are available for purchase now on the Fly Air North website.
Harvey, Irma, and more storms have forced airlines to lower expectations for 2017 as some consider passing on losses to consumers.
Though major roads are now open in Havana, conditions on the island still merit caution following damage from Hurricane Irma.
Fire erupts during morning commute from what police think was a homemade bomb.
A new technology, approved by the TSA, promises to keep “the traveling public moving through airports faster and safer than ever before.”
As airports come back online, airlines slowly start to resume regular schedules while travel agents grow weary from 24-hour workdays.