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Posts from the ‘United States’ Category

  • January 5, 2011
    A Guide to Cheap Buses (NY Times)

    There are tons of low-cost bus services from New York City to Philadelphia, Washington DC and Boston, and one can get really confused with all those names like WorldWideBus, Greyhound, FungWah, Megabus, Tripper, Bolt, and LuckyStar. So which one do you take? What’s the lowest cost one would pay for these services? Which one is […]


  • November 8, 2010
    Google offers free in-flight Wi-Fi this holiday season

    From Nov. 20 through Jan. 2., most flights offered by Virgin America, AirTran, or Delta will feature free in-flight Wi-Fi, sponsored by Google and its Chrome browser. It seems like a full web browsing and email access from their in-flight offerings. It’s great to have free internet available if you need it while traveling the […]


  • October 29, 2010
    Chicago to host gay travel convention in 2013

    Chicago has been chosen to host the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association’s annual convention in 2013. The city was selected at the organization’s board meeting in Florida last week. The 2013 event will mark the first time Chicago has hosted the convention. Travel association board chair Tanya Churchmuch says Chicago is a good fit […]


  • October 29, 2010
    Southwest to offer $5 in-flight WiFi

    Southwest Airlines announced today that it will offer onboard WiFi on the airline’s 32 enabled airplanes for a flat, introductory rate of $5 for any device or flight length. The airline began testing WiFi on four flights last year. “Southwest tested a number of different pricing points throughout this process and is pleased that we […]


  • October 20, 2010
    Hoover Dam Bypass bridge opens

    The 1,900-foot Hoover Dam bypass bridge, which is 890 feet above the river, is now open to traffic after years of planning and more than five years of construction. The four-lane bypass will shift traffic away from the two-lane U.S. 93 across Hoover Dam. It is about 1,500 feet south of the dam and crosses […]


  • October 19, 2010
    Airfares on rise. Buy now or later?

    Airline passengers can expect ticket prices to be 7% to 18% higher this holiday season than last year, as an economic recovery — however modest — spurs growing demand for air travel. Travelers can also look forward to more crowded flights: The airlines have added few new planes or routes in the last several years. […]


  • October 8, 2010
    HasWiFi tells you if your flight has wi-fi

    Ever wondered if the next flight you are about to take has in-flight Wi-Fi or not? Free web service HasWifi will let you know whether the flight you’re looking at has it or not, so you can stay connected throughout your entire trip. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to tell which flights have Wi-Fi on board when […]


  • June 22, 2010
    Southwest Airlines $39 Birthday Bash sale

    Southwest Airlines is having their Birthday Bash Sale with $39 Airfares for select markets and select flights. Most flights 450 miles and under per leg are included. Travel must be booked by 6/24/2010 and completed between Sep 8, 2010 and Nov 17, 2010. Additional fees may apply. Purchase from June 22 through June 24, 2010, […]


  • June 17, 2010
    Early boarding fees introduced by American Airlines

    This summer, American will offer early boarding as a stand-alone option for a flat fee of $10 each way. Air travelers will be able to buy the perk at self-service check-in kiosks up to one hour before their flight is scheduled to leave. The airline is emphasizing the package gives air travelers the flexibility to […]


  • June 11, 2010
    Proposed new rules may get better compensation for passengers

    There are rules in place currently for overbooking passengers and bumping them resulting in disruption of travel plans. New rules are being proposed to increase the compensation a passenger may get, which makes things complex as found by travel expert Elliott. Some of the proposed rules, as listed by the site are: 1. Denied Boarding […]


  • 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, […]


  • May 27, 2010
    Aria, Las Vegas deal

    The latest hotel on the Las Vegas strip – Aria – has an excellent deal: Deal: Enjoy a $75 resort credit and special room rates of $99 (Sunday – Thursday) and $129 (Friday & Saturday) from May 31 – September 9, 2010. You may also upgrade to a Corner Suite for an additional $50. And […]


  • May 25, 2010
    Daily Beast ranks America’s most dangerous airlines

    Although airplane travel is the safest mode of transportation, and America arguably has the safest air traffic system in the world, there are differences worth noting for the millions of global travelers who will fly a U.S.-based airline this summer. Incidents, and accidents, do happen! The Daily Beast ranks America’s most dangerous airlines and U.S. […]


  • May 20, 2010
    Expedia welcomes LGBT travelers by opening Gay Store

    Expedia.com users can search for LGBT-friendly hotels and destinations on their new LGBT Store starting today. Ten gay-friendly cities are featured on the store along with mini guides. Partnered with the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association to find and identify “LGBT-welcoming” hotels, Expedia now allows travelers to search for hotels that have courtesy breakfast […]


  • May 10, 2010
    Mandalay Bay hotel offers stay and get a free ticket deal

    Deal: “Fly Back Free” advertises room rates starting at $66 at Mandalay Bay and $86 at TheHotel. Guests who stay even one night get a round-trip airline ticket worth up to $350 to come back to Vegas. The ticket voucher is good for a year; on your return, you must stay at least two nights, […]


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