First Airport Gym Opens at BWI

Travelers looking for a little exercise before their flights received some good news this week. Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) has opened the first airport gym. While travelers have had the opportunity to use meditation rooms at Seattle-Tacoma or yoga rooms at SFO, this is the first pre-flight, post-security gym available to travelers. The 1,200 square

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Air Canada Lets Kids Become ‘Skyriders’

Air Canada recently announced its new kids club, cleverly dubbed “Air Canada Altitude Skyriders.”  Kids between the ages of 2 and 12 can be registered online by a parent (http://skyriders.aircanada.com) and will receive a welcome kit containing a personalized welcome letter, a Skyriders luggage tag, and a personal logbook to chart their travels around the

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Renew Your Passport in 4 Easy Steps

Is your US Passport going to expire this year? It takes some organization, planning, and unfortunately, a bit of money, but it’s not as big a hassle as you may think. Follow these 4 steps, and you’ll ensure you never get left on the wrong side of the border! Don’t Let Your Passport Expire Make

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Seabourn’s Newest Ship – The Encore

Seabourn recently announced it will be debuting a new level of luxury cruising with the release of its new ship, the Encore. The Encore will offer elegant, contemporary spaces designed by noted hospitality designer Adam Tihany, including an airy main dining room and a version of the club-like social hub called Seabourn Square found on other

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Princess Returns to Summers in the Caribbean

For the first time in four years, Princess Cruises will keep the 3,192-passenger, Caribbean Princess, in the Caribbean during the summer in 2018. Passengers have several itineraries to look forward to, including a 20-day cruise that combines a 10-day Panama cruise and a 10-day southern Caribbean or eastern Caribbean itinerary. Caribbean Princess’ home base will

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Delta Launches New Luggage Tag Technology

There’s nothing like lost luggage to put a damper on the holiday travel season, but a simple piece of technology could help limit the problem. Delta’s newest app update puts an end to the annoyance of lost luggage with its TAG App technology. Delta is adding Radio Frequency Identification chips, also known as RFID, to

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Delta and Aeromexico Agree to New Partnership

2016 has been the year of hotel and airline acquisitions and mergers. Just a few weeks after Alaska Airlines finalized its acquisition of Virgin America, Delta Air Lines and Aeromexico have reached a historic partnership agreement resulting in the largest transborder aviation alliance between Mexico and the US. In order for the deal to pass

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DFW Airport’s K9 Crew

Long security lines and lengthy layovers can stress even the most frequent fliers. Dallas Fort Worth Airport (DFW) is working to reduce travel stress with 12 furry friends! DFW Airport’s K9 Crew of twelve experienced therapy dogs and their handlers are a friendly, comforting presence in the terminal. Each dog is outfitted in an official

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