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Rio's Carnival Parade is Back, as Street Bands Ache to Party

Rio's Carnival Parade is Back, as Street Bands Ache to Party

TRAVEL | By David Biller | Apr 21, 2022

It remains to be seen how much post-pandemic partying is in store during the first Carnival in two years.

Discover Sint Eustatius. Hidden Gem of the Caribbean

Discover Sint Eustatius. Hidden Gem of the Caribbean

TRAVEL | By Brandon Schultz | Apr 21, 2022

If you're not from the Caribbean, no one blames you for having no idea where Sint Eustatius is. But this small island is about to be discovered as a hidden gem of the Caribbean.

Most People in U.S. Want Masks for Travelers: AP-NORC Poll

Most People in U.S. Want Masks for Travelers: AP-NORC Poll

TRAVEL | By Dave Kolpack | Apr 21, 2022

A majority of people in the United States continue to support a mask requirement for people traveling on airplanes and other shared transportation, a poll finds.

Should You Wear a Mask on a Plane, Bus or Train When There's No Mandate?

Should You Wear a Mask on a Plane, Bus or Train When There's No Mandate?

TRAVEL | Apr 21, 2022

While the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still recommends that passengers mask up while on planes, trains or buses, it is no longer a requirement. Here's how to decide what to do.

Disney World: Face Masks Optional for All Areas of Resort

Disney World: Face Masks Optional for All Areas of Resort

TRAVEL | Apr 20, 2022

Walt Disney World has lifted the last of its mask requirements, meaning face coverings will be optional for visitors at all locations on the central Florida Disney property.

Court Ruling Creates Mishmash of Transportation Mask Rules

Court Ruling Creates Mishmash of Transportation Mask Rules

TRAVEL | Apr 19, 2022

A decision by a federal judge in Florida to throw out a national mask mandate for public transportation across the U.S. created a confusing patchwork of rules for passengers.

Flight Attendants Settle Frontier Discrimination Suit

Flight Attendants Settle Frontier Discrimination Suit

TRAVEL | Apr 14, 2022

Frontier Airlines has settled a discrimination lawsuit brought by a group of flight attendants who claimed the carrier discriminated against them during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

Southwest Pilots' Union Says Fatigue is a Safety Problem

Southwest Pilots' Union Says Fatigue is a Safety Problem

TRAVEL | Apr 13, 2022

Union officials say pilots of Southwest Airlines pilots are suffering through an epidemic of fatigue due to poor scheduling practices by the airline, and that it is raising safety concerns.

Palm Springs, Beyond the Gayborhood

Palm Springs, Beyond the Gayborhood

TRAVEL | By Brandon Schultz | Apr 12, 2022

Palm Springs has become a major LGBTQ destination, but if you travel there, don't ignore the other attractions in the Coachella Valley, often called Greater Palm Springs.

Air Traffic Controllers' Protest Delays Flights in Warsaw

Air Traffic Controllers' Protest Delays Flights in Warsaw

TRAVEL | Apr 10, 2022

Air travel authorities in Poland are warning travellers of possible flight delays and cancellations at Warsaw's airport due to a protest and some flight controllers quitting their jobs.

Mexico's Navy will Manage Tourism in Converted Island Prison

Mexico's Navy will Manage Tourism in Converted Island Prison

TRAVEL | By Maria Verza | Apr 10, 2022

A small archipelago off Mexico's Pacific coast that had been home to an island prison colony is finalizing preparations to receive tourists.

FAA Seeks Biggest Fines Yet Against 2 Unruly Passengers

FAA Seeks Biggest Fines Yet Against 2 Unruly Passengers

TRAVEL | Apr 9, 2022

The Federal Aviation Administration said Friday that it it seeking the largest fines yet for passengers who disrupt flights after two incidents that occurred on airliners last summer.

American Airlines Will Use Buses for Hops to Philadelphia

American Airlines Will Use Buses for Hops to Philadelphia

TRAVEL | Apr 8, 2022

American Airlines has hired a bus company to carry passengers between Philadelphia and two airports that are only a short hop away by air.

France Opens Safety Probe of 'Serious' NY-Paris Flight Issue

France Opens Safety Probe of 'Serious' NY-Paris Flight Issue

TRAVEL | Apr 7, 2022

France's bureau that investigates air crashes and aviation safety said Wednesday it is looking into a "serious incident" involving an Air France flight from New York's JFK airport.AP Photo/Christophe Ena, FileAP Photo/Christophe Ena, File

San Francisco Pride Announces Return to In-Person Celebration

San Francisco Pride Announces Return to In-Person Celebration

TRAVEL | Apr 6, 2022

San Francisco Pride announces the return to an in-person celebration for the 52nd annual San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pride Celebration and Parade on Saturday and Sunday, June 25-26.

US Airport Security Screening to Become More Gender-Neutral

US Airport Security Screening to Become More Gender-Neutral

TRAVEL | Apr 5, 2022

U.S. airport security procedures will become more gender-neutral, with changes to scanners used for screening and the use of an "X" for travelers going through Precheck who do not identify as male or female, the Biden administration said Thursday.

Airlines Reduce Cancellations, but U.S. Flight Problems Linger

Airlines Reduce Cancellations, but U.S. Flight Problems Linger

TRAVEL | By David Koenig and Julie Walker | Apr 5, 2022

Air travel in the United States improved Monday after a rocky weekend that left thousands of flyers stranded by thunderstorms, technology problems, and labor problems.

What's Your Vacation Vibe? Palm Springs Preferred Small Hotels Celebrates LGBTQ Travelers

What's Your Vacation Vibe? Palm Springs Preferred Small Hotels Celebrates LGBTQ Travelers

SPONSORED CONTENT | Apr 3, 2022

Discover which Palm Springs boutique hotel has the vibe that fits your style and plan your next LGBTQ-friendly getaway to the ultimate desert destination.

US Airport Security Screening to Become More Gender-Neutral

US Airport Security Screening to Become More Gender-Neutral

TRAVEL | Mar 31, 2022

U.S. airport security procedures will become more gender-neutral, with changes to scanners used for screening and the use of an "X" for travelers going through Precheck who do not identify as male or female, the Biden administration said Thursday.

CDC Drops COVID-19 Health Warning for Cruise Ship Travelers

CDC Drops COVID-19 Health Warning for Cruise Ship Travelers

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Mar 31, 2022

Federal health officials are dropping the warning they have attached to cruising since the beginning of the pandemic, leaving it up to vacationers to decide whether they feel safe getting on a ship.

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