Hawaii Goes Solar at HNL Airport

Hawaii’s Department of Transportation is looking to turn the state’s ever-present sunshine into pure energy at Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL). Using 4,260 solar modules, to be installed by mid-November, the state agency hopes to cut the airport’s electricity bill in half. The solar panels, which will be housed on the seventh floor

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MSC Announces New Cruise Terminal at Port Miami

With Miami-Dade county, MSC Cruises recently announced extended preferential berthing rights and the plans for a new cruise terminal at Port Miami, which currently serves as the Italian-based cruise line’s only home port in the United States. The new Terminal AAA is expected to be completed in October of 2022 and will be large enough

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Emirates to Fill Gap with Dubai to Edinburgh Service

Emirates (EK) has announced daily non-stop service between Dubai (DXB) and Edinburgh, Scotland (EDI) beginning October 1. This announcement comes at an opportune time for passengers based in the Scottish capital, after Etihad announced it would be discontinuing its own service from Edinburgh. The new Emirates flights will depart Dubai at 9:55 AM local time

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Eco-Friendly Travel Gear Roundup

Even the smallest contribution can go a long way when it comes to helping to keep the world a beautiful place for future generations to enjoy. Choosing high-quality, sustainable products keeps mother earth happy and also benefits you and your family. Rest assured, you don’t have to sacrifice on quality whilst doing a good deed

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Ranking The Longest Flights In The World

Late last October, United Airlines launched a new non-stop route from Los Angeles to Singapore. The nearly 9,000-mile journey requires about 18 hours and secures the United route a “Top 3” spot on the list of longest international flights. United plans to introduce an even lengthier long-haul in January 2018 that flies from Houston to

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