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5/25/2017  |  by Daniel McCarthy

Delta is making it easier than ever for fliers to upgrade to premium cabins.

5/25/2017  |  by Daniel McCarthy

Booking opens this week for ms Veendam sailings in December.

5/24/2017  |  by Daniel McCarthy


Spirits Airlines will fly from Chicago O’Hare and Baltimore/Washington International to Cancun starting this fall.

The budget airline already serves Cancun from Dallas/Fort Worth, Detroit, Fort Lauderdale and Houston, but will increase its service to the city to six daily flights with the new additions.

Spirit vice president of network planning Mark Kopczak said the decision was made because Cancun is “one of the most requested destinations in our network.”

The flights, which will kick off November 9, are now open for booking.

5/24/2017  |  by Daniel McCarthy

Booking opens this week for ms Veendam sailings in December.

5/24/2017  |  by Daniel McCarthy

Homeland Security says it may extend the ban to incoming, but not departing, flights. 

 

5/23/2017  |  by Daniel McCarthy


Windstar Cruises will sail eight new North Europe itineraries and 12 new Mediterranean in 2018.

Windstar president John Delaney called the new sailings, which will run April through October, “the latest development in response to our growing customer demand.”

The new sailings include journeys into downtown London near the Tower of London, through the narrow Trollfjord to the Lofoten Islands and a stop at San Remo on Italy’s Riviera of Flowers. In total, the schedule includes 26 new European ports, bringing Windstar’s global number of maiden ports to 93 for 2018.

All itineraries are sailed on one of Windstar’s three all-suite power yachts, which Windstar says are “perfectly suited to sailing into smaller harbors and fjords, scenic coastal cruising, and traversing larger distances at higher speeds.”

5/22/2017  |  by Daniel McCarthy

The program will help relieve worries about planning a vacation far in advance.

5/19/2017  |  by Daniel McCarthy

Both ships will be updated during drydocks over the next two years.

5/17/2017  |  by Daniel McCarthy

The river cruise company has secured an investment from a New York-based travel and hospitality group.

5/17/2017  |  by Daniel McCarthy


Cunard’s Queen Victoria will come out of its current $40 million rebuild in June with a new sundeck stateroom and additional cabins.

Cunard showcased the changes in a video released this week.

The ship, currently in drydock at Fincantieri’s Palermo shipyard, will see its capacity increased from 2,021 to 2,081 with a stateroom reconfiguration and additions—30 new Britannia cabins will be added with a new aft lido sundeck and 43 additional Britannia Club staterooms will be constructed in a prime mid-ship location on the seventh and eighth decks.

Five new Penthouse Suites will be installed on deck eight aft, each with floor-to-ceiling windows, renovated living and sleeping space, and new shutters in the bathrooms to allow natural light.  

The ship will also get a new Chart Room, a Cunard first, on Deck 2 off the Grand Lobby—where the current Café Carinthia sits—featuring illy Coffee, Godiva chocolates and evening cocktails.