Catch A Flick On Your Next Layover In Portland

Portland International Airport (PDX) recently opened a free microcinema on Concourse C that is a branch of the city’s historic Hollywood Theatre movie palace. The new Hollywood Theatre at PDX has a bright, 1920s-inspired neon marquee, seats 17 (but has capacity for 49), and a $200,000 state-of-the-art projection and sound system isolating movie-goers from the

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NCL Orders More Ships to Get…Smaller?

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) recently placed an order for no less than four ships to be completed between 2022 and 2025. These ships, to be built by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri, will be slightly smaller than Norwegian’s last ship category – Breakaway Plus. The new vessels will have roughly 15% less overall space, translating to just

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Indianapolis Airport Voted Best In North America

Indianapolis International Airport (IND) was once again named the Best Airport in North America (serving more than 2 million passengers annually) by Airports Council International. This marks the fifth consecutive year that IND has received this honor, which is based on passenger feedback. This honor puts Indianapolis in some very select company, as over 320

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AA Unveils New Premium Economy Seating

American Airlines will broaden its seating categories with the introduction of Premium Economy seats as a separate class of service in April 2017. The Premium Cabin category has existed in various forms since the early 1990s, when it was first added by Taipei-based EVA Air and British carrier Virgin Atlantic. The evolution of the category has mainly focused

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3 Great Apps For Going Green On The Road

Name an interest and chances are there’s an app for it, so why not for sustainability? With today’s smartphone technology, you have the power to reduce your carbon footprint and travel greener than ever before! Here are 3 of the best mobile apps to support your next eco-friendly adventure: 1. Locavore Wondering if avocado is

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Sailing To Greener Waters

The cruising industry has drawn criticism from environmental protection activists for years; however, the industry’s leading cruise lines are making big investments to make their ships eco-friendlier. Royal Caribbean is spending close to $100-million to retrofit its ships with advanced wastewater treatment technology. Already installed by Norwegian and Celebrity, the technology treats waste water so

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LGA Moves Terminal B Passenger Pickups

As of April 5, La Guardia Airport (LGA) has moved all for-hire vehicle (FHV) pickups at Terminal B to a new dedicated location west of the terminal in an effort to limit congestion entering and exiting the airport. Travelers that arrive at Terminal B can use a dedicated shuttle bus or walk approximately 10 minutes

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Uniworld Unveils Millennial River Cruises

Starting next year, Uniworld Boutique River Cruises will debut U by Uniworld, a new brand aimed at millennials aged between 18 and 40. Travelers will have the opportunity to select from four 7-night itineraries on either the River Baroness or River Ambassador. One of the itineraries will sail from Paris, while the other three will

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Wines Fly Free On Alaska Airlines

For many wine lovers, a trip to California, Oregon, or Washington is a dream come true – the chance to taste wines they’ve never had and to stock their in-home wine cellars. This dream soon turns into a nightmare for many, when attempting to get that wine home. Either the winery won’t ship to your

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RCCL’s Successful Sustainable Shore Excursion Program

Royal Caribbean has announced the successful completion of a multi-year shore excursion sustainability program, Save the Waves, which includes 70 verified operators that meet the international standards of the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC). The program has been an important part of the company’s drive to raise environmental awareness amongst its guests. Royal Caribbean partnered

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