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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Disney World Testing Driver-Less Shuttles

Driverless shuttles may soon be coming to Walt Disney World. The park is currently testing a fleet of driverless shuttles that would help transport guests more efficiently around the Florida theme parks and resorts. By the end of this year, Disney is poised to launch the highest-profile commercial deployment of driverless passengers to date, which

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Mishandled Baggage Rates Decrease

This year, the rate at which airlines mishandled bags dropped by 12.25 percent, according to a report released by air transport information technology company, SITA. The rate of 5.73 mishandled bags per 1,000 passengers was also the lowest since SITA began tracking mishandled bags in 2003. Of the bags that were mishandled in 2016, 77%

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