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Norwegian Airlines to fly to Rome from LA, NYC, and Oakland

Norwegian Airlines has announced flights to Rome, Italy from three U.S. cities. The flights, which will begin in November 2017, will travel to Rome from New York City (Newark), Oakland/San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Tickets from Newark to Rome start at only $189 each way, and flights from Oakland and Los Angeles will start at […]

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Norwegian flies to the Caribbean from Providence and Ft. Lauderdale

Norwegian Airlines will soon launch nonstop service between some new locations this fall, including a flight to the French Caribbean from Providence, Rhode Island. The flight will take off from Providence’s T.F. Green Airport beginning in October 2017 and land in both Guadeloupe and Martinique — and will start at only $79 one way. The […]


Why good customer service can’t save United Airlines’ reputation

United Airlines has faced some major scrutiny over the past month or so, starting with a doctor being dragged off a plane for refusing to volunteer his seat. Since then, any little controversy they have faced has become big news. As a travel writer, I wanted to give them the benefit of the doubt when […]


Unique things to do in Prague

Prague, Czech Republic is a beautiful and historical city in central Europe that is full of culture. Whether you are looking to be a tourist or to just set out to explore, the city offers a great trip for any traveler. Here are our top unique things to do in Prague. Click the links below to […]


Delta Airlines to introduce flights to Mexico from 3 new cities

Travelers in four U.S. cities will soon have more options flights to Mexico. Delta Airlines and Aeroméxico, S.A.B. de C.V. are expanding their service to create more options to fly between the two countries. The airlines will introduce service between the following new markets: Atlanta and Merida, Mexico Atlanta and Queretaro, Mexico Los Angeles and […]


‘Family fun’ and some surprising cities top list of summer travel trends

Summer is here, and that means people are thinking about family vacations and other summer travel. Marriott conducted a study of what people are looking for this summer, and it turns out there are some pretty specific trends. “This summer, travelers are looking beyond typical beach-centric destinations and considering places like Orlando, New York, Chicago […]


Delta Airlines to use biometric-based machines to automate check-in

Delta Airlines is looking to speed up the check-in process, while at the same time encouraging travelers to check their bags. The airline has announced a new self-service bag drop that will use biometric-based technology. The first four machines will be installed at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, and will be equipped to test facial recognition […]



Norwegian to launch $199 flights to London from Denver and Seattle

Norwegian Airlines has announced it will be flying to London from two new cities – Denver and Seattle. The airline has long been known as a low-cost option to fly around the world, and recently launched $65 flights from the United States to the United Kingdom. The airline will fly out of Denver International Airport […]




Airlines most likely to offer compensation for overbooking

Most travelers have been booked on an overbooked flights – whether or not they know it. When you are in an airport and hear that call for volunteers, it means there are too many passengers and not enough seats. But which airlines are more likely to offer compensation for overbooked flights? Despite the recent viral […]









Take a tour of Iceland by drone

Iceland’s beauty includes volcanoes, geysers, waterfalls, and miles and miles of open land. Many who visit, even avid travelers, say there is nothing like it.