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7/18/2018  |  by Richard D’Ambrosio

An appeals court rules that TSA screeners are protected from claims of invasive screenings at U.S. airport security checkpoints.

7/18/2018  |  by Richard D’Ambrosio

IATA says airline delays have more than doubled through the first half of this year and could get worse as the busy summer season arrives.

7/16/2018  |  by Daniel McCarthy

Citizens will not be prevented from traveling back to the U.S. because of back taxes, but it may impact travel once they arrive in the country.

7/16/2018  |  by Kerry Tice

Customer loyalty is the ultimate reward for travel agents who tap into artificial intelligence. While still early in its application to travel, many companies are quickly realizing the need to implement AI to improve their travel customer service and trip planning.

7/16/2018  |  by Barbara Peterson

Starting this fall, the new route will target the premium leisure market as well as the business traveler.

7/12/2018  |  by Barbara Peterson

The “incredible shrinking airline seat” is again a front page news story.

7/11/2018  |  by Daniel McCarthy

The announcement is good news for those who suffer from peanut allergies.

7/9/2018  |  by Richard D’Ambrosio

Flooding extends from Hiroshima in the far west, to well east of the ancient city of Kyoto, stranding tourists and impacting Japan’s famed bullet trains.

7/9/2018  |  by Kerry Tice

The definition of all-inclusive takes on new meaning when it comes to ultra-luxury cruise ships. Here are insights from agents who sell them as to how and why they stand out.

7/6/2018  |  by Daniel McCarthy

Travelers on the route will be able to take advantage of the new Alaska Lounge at John F. Kennedy International Airport’s Terminal 7.