Bernie Sanders Calls For Federal Requirements For Airlines to Limit Capacity

Former Democratic presidential candidate and current U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) is calling on the federal government to provide more oversight of airlines’ safety procedures. In a letter to Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao and Department of Transportation Administrator Stephen Dickson – triggered by the announcement from American Airlines that it

The 14 Cutest Cabins for a Secluded Summer Getaway

Social distancing—and then some Raise your hand if, thanks to COVID-19, you’ve memorized every square inch of your home over the last five months. While you’re certainly overdue for a change of scenery, most international vacations are still on-hold due to border restrictions and other virus-related safety concerns. Thankfully that

Why you should opt for a staycation in Essex

The other way is Essex! Forget that TV image… this beautiful county has great art, a traditional seaside – and no crowds Start an Essex adventure in Epping where you can enjoy 6,000 acres of forest Colchester ‘punches above its weight for arts and culture’ with its castle and zoo

Airlines for America Launches New Safety Campaign

Airlines for America (A4A) announced Wednesday it had launched a new public awareness campaign, “Fly Healthy. Fly Smart.” The program was designed to educate travelers ahead of the Memorial Day weekend and includes the enhanced cleaning and health protocols airlines in the United States are implementing to keep travelers safe.

Hawaiian Airlines in line for 654M in federal aid

Hawaiian Airlines, forced to drastically reduce its operations during the coronavirus pandemic, could secure as much as $654 million in federal aid. The airline’s application under the Cares Act can yield roughly $290 million in payroll support and additional loans, Hawaiian Airlines president and CEO Peter Ingram said during an

Scenarios for what the travel industry might be dealing with after Covid 19

For travel companies looking at how and when they might emerge from the Covid-19 crisis, scenario planning is a big part of the equation. Many now believe domestic travel will rebound first followed by intra-regional travel, as countries reopen borders and consumer confidence grows. Companies from all segments of the