If you’re an avid traveler, you may have seen Sri Lanka popping up on a lot of “hot destination” lists over the last few years, and for good reason. The island nation off of the southern tip of India went through a long and trying civil war that spanned more than two decades and only ... Read More ›
A recent survey about business travel provided some insights that might seem shocking to Baby Boomers and Gen X… but downright average to Millennials. The biggest takeaway from the Tripactions survey – which polled 2,900 travelers this June – is that 90% of Millennials see traveling for work as a perk of their jobs.
Again, ... Read More ›
Your passport was lost, stolen, or damaged, and you’re not sure what to do next? Not to worry – we’ve got you covered. Here are answers to some of the most common questions we hear about passport renewal and passport replacement.
What should I do if I can’t find my passport?
Search one more time. If you ... Read More ›
Halloween has come and gone, and we are officially, deeply entrenched in the holiday season. (It comes earlier and earlier every year…) That means that Thanksgiving is next on the docket, and Google search analysts say that the best time to buy your Thanksgiving plane tickets is three months in advance.
So, obviously, you already ... Read More ›
Few holidays in America are as universally beloved as Halloween. It’s got something for everyone – adorable costumes and trick-or-treating for families, parties for the carefree crowd, and plenty of opportunities to yell at miscreants for the unabashedly grumpy.
Halloween also falls during a wonderful time of year for traveling. Flights are cheaper, the weather is ... Read More ›
Experts agree – Brexit is one big fat mess. Theresa May is still negotiating with the EU on behalf of Britain, trying to get the best possible divorce terms for her country, but a few major sticking points remain, most notably what to do about the border with Northern Ireland.
It’s all too complicated for ... Read More ›
Reports from South Texas show that a growing number of Hispanic Americans are being denied passports. In many cases, the individuals who are being denied by the State Department are people who have been issued passports in the past, people who have served in the US military, and people who have birth records that ... Read More ›
On Friday, October 5, 2018, the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Bill was signed into law.
Now, I know what you’re thinking: “What does that have to do with me?” While the signing of an FAA reauthorization may not sound like a big deal, it’s actually huge for passengers, pilots, air traffic controllers, flight attendants, and really ... Read More ›