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Thanksgiving 2022: How to prepare for the busiest travel day since Covid-19

Experts are already warning that this Thanksgiving may be one of the busiest, and most chaotic, on record, as millions of Americans travel for the first time, post-pandemic. This means usually-busy travel volumes will ratchet up even more — so if you have to travel, how do you survive? First, avoid the busiest travel days. These

November 21st, 2022|News|

You can now fly direct to London for under $300

Thanks to a new budget airline, and recent change in US government regulations, travelers looking to head to Europe are about to see a big drop in flight prices. Founded in 2021, Norwegian budget airline Norse Atlantic Airways has launched a load of new low-cost options between the UK and USA. This means flights from

November 6th, 2022|News|

5 UK destinations to visit this fall that aren’t London

Now that travel between America and Europe is free and flowing, the tourism industry is swinging back into full steam. The UK has long been one of Americans’ favorite travel destinations, and the autumn season is a wonderful time to go — think foliage to rival New England’s and cozy pubs galore. And London isn’t

October 15th, 2022|News|

Are we approaching a “twindemic”? Top tips for staying healthy this autumn

Positive coronavirus cases in New England are much lower than they were last winter — but we’re not out of the woods yet. As autumn, and the holiday season, fast approaches, there are a few steps you can take now to make sure you stay healthy. A worse-than-usual flu season has hit the southern hemisphere,

September 13th, 2022|News|

5 European getaways this autumn

Summer is waning — but that doesn’t mean the fun is over. Temperatures may be dropping across Europe, but as the continent has been hit with increasingly unbearable heat waves, autumn may be the perfect time to take a trip. Here’s a quick list of where we’re heading this fall: Barcelona, Spain — Barcelona hardly needs

September 7th, 2022|News|

What’s new in Boston? 4 places to visit this September

The summer is coming to a swift end, but a swarm of new venues, from music to five-star dining, have hit Boston. If you’re a New England resident or flying in for business or pleasure, here’s a hit list of places to go. First up is Roadrunner, a 3,500-person music hall in the Brighton neighborhood.

August 31st, 2022|News|

You can now take this ferry from the U.S. to Canada after being closed for 13 years

Have you ever wanted to see Maine’s Acadia National Park by day and Nova Scotia by night? Now you can, all while sitting down. New England residents will be pleased to know that The Cat — a ferry that transports people between Maine and Canada — has resumed after being dormant for 13 years. But it’s

August 18th, 2022|News|

These 5 countries have the toughest lockdowns in the world

The USA recently dropped all Covid-19 travel restrictions, and life for both residents and travelers has largely gone back to normal. But in many places around the world, Covid-19 restrictions including curfews, testing and masks remain a daily reality. Developed by Oxford University researchers, the Covid-19 government response stringency index scores countries on the strictness

July 26th, 2022|News|

Think a European summer trip is a walk in the park? We’ve got your guide here

For the first time in two decades, the dollar and the euro have reached parity. This is great for American travelers headed to Europe this summer… but those heading to the airport will have to deal with chaos first. In recent weeks, lines at airport security checkpoints across the world have reached record lengths.

July 18th, 2022|News|

Ever wondered about the parts of the plane that are off limits to passengers?

On wide-bodied airplanes, there are hidden spaces that are off limits to passengers. Recently, CNN dived in, giving a view into Crew Rest Compartments, or areas where crew can take breaks throughout the flight. On newer airplanes like Boeing 787s or Airbus A350s, they tend to be above the main cabin, but in older planes

June 30th, 2022|News|
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