World’s fastest airliner ‘Overture’ to usher in new era of supersonic travel

The world hasn’t seen commercial supersonic travel in nearly 20 years since the Concorde was retired in 2003, but all that is about to change with the development of a new, environmentally friendly airliner. Meet Overture – the world’s fastest airliner that was developed by Denver-based Boom Supersonic. With 26 million hours of designing and testing, Overture will run on 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) as it … Continue reading World’s fastest airliner ‘Overture’ to usher in new era of supersonic travel

How To Embrace Travel As Self-Care When Getting Anywhere Costs So Much

Self-care looks different for everyone. For some, it’s lighting a scented candle, putting on a face mask and soaking in the bathtub.. For others, it’s making time to see friends and sharing fun experiences. Still others find the best form of self-care is getting a complete change of scenery. Indeed, travel is an increasingly popular way to unplug and destress. Going on a trip forces you … Continue reading How To Embrace Travel As Self-Care When Getting Anywhere Costs So Much

Over one-third of all flights at LaGuardia Airport canceled Thursday!!

More than one-third of all flights at LaGuardia Airport and over a quarter of flights at Newark Airport were canceled Thursday in one of the worst travel days yet this summer. The huge percentage of flight cancellations, cited by tracking service FlightAware, was due in part to the chance of storms late in the day. However, the travel chaos was not limited to New York City-area … Continue reading Over one-third of all flights at LaGuardia Airport canceled Thursday!!

How To Calm Anxiety During Turbulence, According To Flight Attendants

It’s an experience all too familiar with air travelers: One minute the flight is going smoothly, and the next thing you know it feels like the plane is bumping and shaking in all directions. Turbulence is a very common part of air travel, but that doesn’t make it less unpleasant. In fact, research has shown that turbulence is one of the biggest causes of flying anxiety, as … Continue reading How To Calm Anxiety During Turbulence, According To Flight Attendants

Hundreds of flight cancelations ruin Memorial Day weekend for US travelers

Tens of thousands people in the US had their Memorial Day weekend plans come to a screeching halt after weather disruptions and staffing issues forced airlines to cancel hundreds of flights and delay thousands more. On Sunday, 403 flights within, into, or out of the country were canceled before 6 p.m. EST, after more than 550 were scrapped Saturday, according to the flight tracking site Flight Aware. … Continue reading Hundreds of flight cancelations ruin Memorial Day weekend for US travelers

How To Make The Most Of Your Last Few Hours Of Vacation

The day you return home from a vacation ― also known as the “departure day,” since you’re departing from the place you came to visit ― can bring up feelings of wistfulness or stress. As a result, many travelers don’t make plans or take advantage of those final few hours before they make the trip home. “Departure days can be such a drag, and it’s … Continue reading How To Make The Most Of Your Last Few Hours Of Vacation