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Why the Travel Industry Needs Crypto-Driven Solutions

Why the Travel Industry Needs Crypto-Driven Solutions

Bitcoinist.net · May 25, 2018 · 4:00 pm The travel industry is one that could highly benefit from transitioning to blockchain technology – and it needs to do so immediately. Despite substantial and continuous developments in engineering new machines for transportation, the supporting services attached to them have not progressed at the same pace. As international […]

Hyatt's New Corporate Travel Program Aims for Small Businesses

Hyatt's New Corporate Travel Program Aims for Small Businesses

There’s no shortage of players looking to tap into the surge of travelers hitting the road from small businesses. Upside, Lola, TripActions, Concur Hipmunk, and numerous other companies are working to fix the problems faces by small companies and their travelers, even if a revolution is still in the offing. Now, Hyatt Hotels Corp. wants […]

Jabbrrbox: An airport lounge all to yourself

Jabbrrbox: An airport lounge all to yourself

(CNN) — Haven’t quite got that executive club status or just find airport lounges overwhelming? A new concept has appeared in Terminal B of New York’s LaGuardia Airport that could be the answer. Meet Jabbrrbox. These windowed booths can be rented to gain access to Wi-Fi, USB charging, mood lighting, flight trackers and audio speakers […]

Does Smart Luggage Really Make Travel Easier?

Does Smart Luggage Really Make Travel Easier?

May 23, 2018 2:14 p.m. ET No Luggage needn’t be intelligent to do its job well. For many jet-setters, a sturdy, stylish, relatively dopey carry-on does the trick, and pricey smart bags—with over-hyped features such as digital scales, global tracking devices and assisted compression systems—often just further complicate traveling. Their ability to charge a phone […]

Ontario International Airport summer travel forecast looks bright

Ontario International Airport summer travel forecast looks bright

Based on current airline schedules and the number of airline seats available, airport officials anticipate 1,424,656 passengers will depart and arrive at ONT between Friday, May 25 and Monday, September 3. Inbound and outbound passengers totaled 1,270,830 during the same period from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day last year. “Summer is typically a high-volume […]

Traveller vs tourist: The worst thing about being a travel snob

Traveller vs tourist: The worst thing about being a travel snob

BEN GROUNDWATER Last updated 14:52, May 22 2018 It might be nice to believe that you’re seeing the world in a more sophisticated, more “authentic” way than everyone else, but you’re probably not. Is there anything more cringe-worthy than hearing someone proclaim that they’re a “traveller, not a tourist”? There’s all sorts of things wrong with […]

Tell Us Your Honolulu Travel Tips

Tell Us Your Honolulu Travel Tips

I went to Honolulu once. The city was great, but I couldn’t rent a car, and one day I tried to circumnavigate the whole island of Oahu by bus. I missed a connection and ended up spending an afternoon sitting in an unshaded bus stop in the suburbs. So when you give your travel tips […]

Multigenerational Travel Is The 2018 Top Travel Trend, Reports Virtuoso

Multigenerational Travel Is The 2018 Top Travel Trend, Reports Virtuoso

Multigenerational Travel Is The 2018 Top Travel Trend, Reports Virtuoso  Forbes Full coverage Source link

Colorado WWII, Vietnam veterans travel to DC to see memorials

Colorado WWII, Vietnam veterans travel to DC to see memorials

DENVER — Six World War II and Vietnam War veterans are spending this weekend in Washington, D.C. to see the memorials that honor them. The veterans and their families met at Denver International Airport Thursday for the special send-off. “It means a great deal to me, given the fact that there was 58,000 that never […]

Hawaii is still safe for travel, despite scary images

Hawaii is still safe for travel, despite scary images

O’ahu, where Honolulu is located, is roughly as far from the eruption as Boston is from New York. (Source: USGS) (RNN) – A volcano eruption is, of course, a very scary event. It’s not, however, necessarily dangerous. As Thursday’s eruption at Kilauea, and recent and continuing volcanic activity there, has produced stark imagery and threatened some […]

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