During Thanksgiving, many Americans stay in hotels

Hotels will benefit from the return to travel, accounting for more than half of all trip accommodations (55%) and nearly two-thirds (62%) of paid accommodations.

Activity at RDU airport was disrupted by a massive water leak

Major delays and large lineups out of Terminal 2 due to a power outage at RDU. Lines are extremely long in Terminal 2 because, with the exception of the emergency lighting inside the terminal, nothing electronic is working, reports abc11.com. https://youtu.be/ulQOqB5NmLc Passengers' bags are manually checked, placed on carts, and rolled to the baggage claim … Continue reading Activity at RDU airport was disrupted by a massive water leak

This year, Berlin’s iconic Christmas markets will return, albeit with some restrictions

This year, the world-famous Christmas markets of Berlin, Germany, have returned. Germany is known for its traditional Christmas markets, but they were closed last Christmas because of the COVID-19 epidemic. However, the lovely markets are back this year, complete with glittering lights, carousels, and ice skating. However, as a precaution, the festivities have resumed this … Continue reading This year, Berlin’s iconic Christmas markets will return, albeit with some restrictions

The airports and airlines in the United States with the most frequent flight delays

The airports with the most frequent flight delays, The airports with the least amount of flight delays and the airlines with the most frequently delayed flights

After one guest tested positive for COVID, Shanghai Disneyland closes, locking more than 30000 visitors inside

Following the positive test of one visitor, China has locked 33863 guests inside the Shanghai Disneyland park. After one customer was found to be positive for COVID, every visitor was obliged to take the test on Sunday. The park was then closed for two days "to cooperate with the pandemic investigation in other provinces and … Continue reading After one guest tested positive for COVID, Shanghai Disneyland closes, locking more than 30000 visitors inside

COP26: The Maldives’ time is running out, as not one, but three existential threats threaten the country’s survival.

The COP26 conference is a global United Nations summit on climate change and how countries plan to address it.It was scheduled to take place in Glasgow, Scotland, in November of last year, with over 200 world leaders expected to attend, but it was postponed for a year due to the coronavirus pandemic. One of the … Continue reading COP26: The Maldives’ time is running out, as not one, but three existential threats threaten the country’s survival.

Top November Events in U.S. by State

For many people, November is known as a month of gathering, when most of us gather indoors to avoid the colder and darker weather. It is also the month in which we celebrate Thanksgiving in the United States, an old tradition that focuses on giving thanks for surviving a difficult year. The end of November … Continue reading Top November Events in U.S. by State

A special flight to Jamaica – the subject of discussions between Jamaica’s Tourism Minister and Emirates Airlines

Hon. Edmund Bartlett, Jamaica Minister of Tourism, has revealed that he has begun discussions with top representatives of Emirates Airlines with the goal of launching a unique flight between Dubai and Jamaica early next year. The announcement comes as the Minister wrapped up marketing activities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) yesterday, including a crucial … Continue reading A special flight to Jamaica – the subject of discussions between Jamaica’s Tourism Minister and Emirates Airlines

New Orbital Destination developed by Blue Origin and Sierra Space Opens Up Space For Business And Travel

Blue Origin and Sierra Space today announced plans for Orbital Reef, a low-Earth orbit space station that will be developed, owned, and operated commercially. The station will usher in the next chapter of human space exploration and development by facilitating the development of a vibrant ecosystem and future business model. Boeing, Redwire Space, Genesis Engineering … Continue reading New Orbital Destination developed by Blue Origin and Sierra Space Opens Up Space For Business And Travel

The Ain Dubai, also known as the Dubai Eye, is now open to the general public

Ain Dubai, or the Dubai Eye, the world's largest and tallest observation wheel, has finally opened its doors to the general public. On October 21, at 2 p.m., Dubai's much-anticipated entertainment hub was inaugurated with a two-day opening extravaganza. Apart from the entertainment, the main draw of the event was Dubai's Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan … Continue reading The Ain Dubai, also known as the Dubai Eye, is now open to the general public