A surge in COVID-19 cases is restricting U.S. travel internationally. It’s still a good time to consider Global Entry or the Mobil Passport app. They make returning to the U.S. much easier.
A bike bridge is proposed from Manhattan to Queens. Then we present a list of mistakes not to make when booking a hotel. And, finally, the government declines to take temperatures at airports for the airlines.
The old-fashioned road trip is back. Road trips are big this summer. One-third of the respondents to a new survey say they’ll drive more in the second half of 2020 than they did for the same period a year before. But don’t expect the country to change in unison after the pandemic.
I love the mass transit systems of the world. But, the coronavirus has maligned them and condemned them to the role of the super spreader. After more than four months, that just isn’t true. Society jumped to conclusions. Or the metro systems learned to keep themselves safer.
A travel insurance policy may not ensure you during a pandemic Travel insurance does not cover everything. If you didn't know that before the pandemic, you probably do now. Most policies exclude pandemics or fear of travel, which renders them all but useless to...
One of the top stock analysts in American agreed with Travelers United. He declared that a national FAA mask mandate is critical for the large-scale resumption of business travel during the coronavirus pandemic. Travelers United made this argument more than a month ago.
International airports lead the way. Vienna has airport COVID testing for passengers. Hong Kong operates disinfecting stations and UV robots. Many of us are seeing the future of airports. Change starting oversea in Asia and Europe eventually finds its way here to the US.
Airlines are requiring passengers to wear face masks aboard planes. Enforcement can be banishment from future flights on the airline where the passengers refused to put on the face mask. Should travelers be allowed to travel unmasked?
This weekend we examine some wearable tech that can help stop COVID-19. We take a look at worrisome changes to airline contracts of carriage. And, the we examine studies of mass transportation systems that counter earlier transmission fears.
It’s Fathers’ Day weekend. I was lucky, I had a father who gave me the gift of travel and I am still traveling. Plus, besides travel and a chance to see another side of the world, his advice on work and life still rings true. Before I was 18, I lived on two continents, in multiple homes, went to seven schools, and visited 21 states and 35 countries.