Hyperloop Could Shuttle Travelers Between NYC and DC in 29 Minutes

Space X and Tesla founder Elon Musk has recently unveiled a new travel endeavor called the “Hyperloop Project,” a futuristic transportation plan that would shuttle underground pods between major US cities at approximately 700 mph. Although the technology to make this a reality is readily apparent, arduous litigation and government sanctions have served to slow

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(F)all Aboard Amtrak!

Returning for another year with two special trips is Amtrak’s Autumn Express excursion. The excursion departs from New York Penn station on October 14 and 15 and is perfect for travelers looking to see the changing leaves and beautiful fall landscapes of the Hudson River Valley. The historic train will ride along a route that

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Airline Traffic Demand Increases Globally

Global air travel demand increased 7.9% in the first six months of June, the highest growth rate for the period in 12 years, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Despite being the slowest with Middle Eastern airlines, international air travel demand rose across all global regions; however, the laptop and travel bans implemented

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Honolulu Bans Pedestrians from Texting In Crosswalks

A new law in Honolulu, Hawaii, dubbed the “Distracted Pedestrian” makes it illegal for pedestrians to cross a street or highway while viewing a mobile electronic device including video games, laptops, and smartphones. Fines for violators will vary. First-time offenders will get a ticket between $15-$35. After the second offense, the ticket will be $35-$75.

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British Airways Teams With Liberty London

First Class passengers of British Airways (BA) will soon find some new swag when they board. Beginning in January 2018, BA’s first class passengers flying from London to Los Angeles aboard the Airbus A380 will receive newly designed amenity kits designed by ultra-popular London department store, Liberty London.  The new amenity kits will be available

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Star Wars Land to Debut at Disney

Disney recently unveiled some sneak peeks of Star Wars Land at the company’s D23 Expo. The park expansion, dubbed Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, will be the biggest in Disney history and will include 14 acres of Millenium Falcon rides, resistance training, and endlessly flowing blue milks. The new ‘world’ will be featured at both Disneyland

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The White House is Open to the Public Again

Following President Trump’s inauguration, the White House was closed to the public due to staffing shortages. Self-guided tours are now available between 7:30 AM and 11:30 AM Tuesday through Thursday, and 7:30 AM to 1:30 PM Friday and Saturday; federal holidays are excluded. In order to take part in a self-guided tour, requests must be

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Alaska Airlines Is Ready For The Next Total Eclipse

In late August, parts of the United States will witness one of our planet’s rarest occurrences, a coast-to-coast total solar eclipse. During the eclipse, the moon will completely block the sun, creating a twilight effect with the sun’s corona shimmering in the dark sky. West Coast residents and visitors will have the best views of

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Game Of Thrones Experience In Ireland

For all the mega-fans of “Game of Thrones,” it’s now possible to immerse yourself completely in the show! A castle in Northern Ireland is hosting tours that recreate the best parts of the series. When guests arrive at Winterfell Castle, they will don authentic medieval garb and explore the grounds, making stops at different filming

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New Routes Moving Airlines Forward

As technology advances and our world becomes more interconnected, the future of travel means meeting consumers’ increasing demands for more routes at competitive pricing. As a response to this demand, airlines are now starting to connect more US cities to far-flung destinations for lower pricing. For Americans looking to jet off to South America or

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