The travel safety software provides users with a comprehensive platform that informs them of potential disruptions, issues weather and safety alerts, and helps keep travelers safe and organized.
Despite the ongoing fires plaguing much of Australia, the U.S. State Department has opted to reduce the travel advisory for the region, but still warns of potential air quality issues.
As the number of air passengers increased by 2.3%, U.S.-based travel agencies reportedly sold over $97 billion in airline tickets, according to ARC.
In an effort to engage more Canadian travelers, Air Transat is spearheading an exclusive promotion aimed at getting Canadians to travel more.
The $2.5 billion deal is a part of a joint venture between real estate company Blackstone Group and MGM Growth Properties LLC.
The advisory from the State Department includes a “Level 4: Do Not Travel” alert for certain parts of the country.
The advisory warns travelers of the risk of violent crimes targeting tourists in Costa Rica, including armed robbery, homicide and sexual assault.
The U.S. is imposing new restrictions that will end charter flight options to Cuban cities, except for Havana.
New widebody gates, an enhanced baggage system, and upgraded concessions and retail locations are part of the $344 million development project.
As the ongoing fires continue to plague Australia, Jasmine Folden, founder of Folden-Diaz travel agency, was forced to adapt to the needs of her clients, even as uncertainty in the region mounts.