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  • October 19, 2010
    High-speed Train between London and Frankfurt

    A German high-speed train which is expected to offer a direct service from London to Frankfurt from 2013 was unveiled Tuesday at London’s St. Pancras station following safety tests in the Channel Tunnel. German rail operator Deutsche Bahn said it also intended to run trains from London to Amsterdam in the Netherlands. The network will […]


  • May 27, 2010
    Iceland Express deal – Newark to Europe for $399

    Iceland Express just announced sale fares to seven European countries in June for $399 roundtrip, including taxes. Fly from Newark to Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Poland, England, Norway and Luxembourg. All flights stop over in Reykjavik, Iceland. Click here for reservations Route: From Europe to United States, or vice versa. – Destinations in Europe: Aalborg, Berlin, […]


  • April 20, 2010
    Iceland Volcano not covered by travel insurance

    Update 2: The US Travel Insurance Association reports that most of its member companies are providing coverage to travelers affected by trip cancellations and delays arising from the volcanic eruption in Iceland. To qualify for coverage, the travel insurance policy must have been purchased prior to the volcano eruption. Read more at: Most Travel Insurance […]


  • April 19, 2010
    Lonely Planet offers free iPhone city guides (limited time offer)

    In response to the widespread chaos caused by the eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull volcano, Lonely Planet is offering 13 of its European iPhone guides free. ‘Travellers stuck in unfamiliar places need access to practical information as well as suggestions on what to do whilst stranded’, said Tom Hall, Lonely Planet Travel Editor. ‘That’s why we’re […]


  • April 15, 2010
    Flights across North Europe cancelled, U.S. cancel Europe flights

    Many flights across Europe were cancelled as a spreading cloud of volcanic ash headed south from Iceland and closed many airspaces. Flights have also been disrupted in Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Russia and Finland. Finnair said air traffic had been shut down in northern parts of Finland, while air traffic has been suspended in northern […]


  • April 12, 2010
    World’s best subways

    Metros are high capacity, high frequency, urban electric transport railway systems. Also known as the subway, underground, and tube, they are distinguished by being separated from all other types of traffic, pedestrians included. When it comes to energy consumption and space occupancy, metros are among the most efficient means of transportation. In 2006, 155 million […]


  • December 22, 2009
    EU drops visa requirement for Serbs, Montenegrins and Macedonians

    The European Union on Saturday opened its borders to visa-free travel for more than ten million Serbs, Montenegrins, and Macedonians after nearly 20 years of tight restrictions, a major boost for the troubled region’s hopes for closer ties with the 27-nation bloc. The three western Balkan nations celebrated the lifting of visas with fireworks, concerts […]


  • September 9, 2009
    ten links for today

    America’s Most Dangerous Neighborhoods How To Use Your Hands in the Middle East The most beautiful destinations in Europe Salar de Uyuni, Salt Flats, The World’s Largest Salt Desert World’s Trendiest Airstream Hotels Coffee Culture Around the Globe Ten Most Beautiful Gorges of China Ten Things Not to Do in New York City Luxury camping […]


  • September 4, 2009
    RyanAir hikes baggage fees

    The rises, which will come into force in October, come on top of an array of other additional levies imposed by the no-frills airline which range from charging £5 to check in online to £40 for printing out a boarding pass at the airport. As a result of the increase checking in a bag via […]


  • September 1, 2009
    SkyEurope halts operations

    SkyEurope, a Slovakia-based low-cost airline that had sought protection from creditors in June, announced Tuesday that it had ceased all operations, effective immediately. In a message to passengers on its Web site, the airline advised passengers that had purchased tickets with a credit card to seek a refund from their card issuer for all unused […]


  • August 25, 2009
    Baggage fees applicable to international flights

    Consider packing light if you are traveling to Europe this fall on American Airlines. The carrier will charge economy-cabin passengers $50 each way for a second piece of checked luggage to destinations there. American joins others recently adding similar fees, a sign that the charges that have proliferated for domestic travel over the past year […]


  • August 19, 2009
    Greyhound to start bus services in UK

    FirstGroup, Britain’s largest bus and train operator, and owner of the Greyhound coach brand in the U.S., said the buses would start running from London, Victoria, to Portsmouth and Southampton on September 14. Tickets will cost as little as a £1, with the average journey costing £7. It plans to roll out more routes next […]


  • August 19, 2009
    Heathrow introduces driverless travel pods

    The future of public transport has arrived with UK’s Heathrow Airport rolling out driverless travel pods to transport passengers between terminals and the airport car park. The world’s first fully-automated ULTra Personal Pod cars, designed by Advanced Transport Systems, run on their own network and can reach speeds up to 40km/h. The pods can transport […]


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