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Flight Cancellations Ease Slightly as July 4 Weekend Ends

Flight Cancellations Ease Slightly as July 4 Weekend Ends

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Jul 5, 2022

Travelers flying home from July Fourth getaways faced flight delays Monday, but airlines were canceling fewer flights than in the days leading up to the holiday weekend.

Summer Travels: Expect be Transported by Provincetown

Summer Travels: Expect be Transported by Provincetown

TRAVEL | By Joseph Amato | Jul 4, 2022

Provincetown has long been a major LGBTQ+ destination every summer. Here are some very good reasons as to why.

Spirit's Delay Allows Airline Bidding War Time to Play Out

Spirit's Delay Allows Airline Bidding War Time to Play Out

TRAVEL | Jul 1, 2022

Shares of Spirit Airlines rose Thursday after it postponed a vote for the second time on a proposed merger with Frontier Airlines, allowing for a bidding war to play out.

Merger Vote at Spirit Could Reshape Discount Airline Market

Merger Vote at Spirit Could Reshape Discount Airline Market

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Jun 30, 2022

The prospect of a takeover of Spirit Airlines threatens to upend the cheap-fare end of the industry much like a series of mergers among big airlines reduced choices for travelers.

Rainbow Road Trip: The Ultimate Green Mountain Adventure

Rainbow Road Trip: The Ultimate Green Mountain Adventure

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jun 29, 2022

Few destinations throughout the United States have been as progressive, welcoming and humble about their LGBTQ+ heritage and presence as the picturesque state of Vermont. Well... pack a weekender; it's time to head to the Green Mountain State.

Airbnb Makes Global Party Ban Permanent, Saying It Works

Airbnb Makes Global Party Ban Permanent, Saying It Works

TRAVEL | Jun 29, 2022

Airbnb is making permanent its ban on parties at homes listed on the site for short-term rentals.

As COVID Fears Ebb, Japan Readies for Tourists from Abroad

As COVID Fears Ebb, Japan Readies for Tourists from Abroad

TRAVEL | By Yuri Kageyama | Jun 28, 2022

Japan's border controls to curb the spread of coronavirus infections began gradually loosening earlier this month.

Germany Suggests Airlines Nix VIP Lanes Amid Airport Chaos

Germany Suggests Airlines Nix VIP Lanes Amid Airport Chaos

TRAVEL | Jun 28, 2022

German officials say airlines could help ease the current chaos seen at airports due to staff shortages by ending the privileged treatment some travelers enjoy.

Pilots in Line for Big Raises Amid Global Travel Disruptions

Pilots in Line for Big Raises Amid Global Travel Disruptions

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Jun 27, 2022

The largest pilots union has approved a contract that would boost the pay of pilots at United Airlines by more than 14% over the next 18 months.

Airport Chaos: European Travel Runs into Pandemic Outbacks

Airport Chaos: European Travel Runs into Pandemic Outbacks

TRAVEL | By Kelvin Chan and Mike Corder | Jun 24, 2022

The airport lines are long, and lost luggage is piling up. It's going to be a chaotic summer for travelers in Europe.

Crowds Flock to Yellowstone as Park Reopens after Floods

Crowds Flock to Yellowstone as Park Reopens after Floods

TRAVEL | By Matthew Brown and Amy Beth Hanson | Jun 23, 2022

Park managers raised the gates at three of Yellowstone's five entrances for the first time since June 13.

Stonewall Visitor Center will be Dedicated to LGBTQ+ History

Stonewall Visitor Center will be Dedicated to LGBTQ+ History

TRAVEL | By Karen Matthews | Jun 22, 2022

A visitor center dedicated to telling the story of the LGBTQ rights movement will open next door to the Stonewall Inn, according to an announcement Tuesday by the nonprofit that will manage the center in partnership with the National Park Service.

Why All the Gays Are Going to Malta This Summer

Why All the Gays Are Going to Malta This Summer

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jun 22, 2022

Malta, the tiny island country in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, attracts an estimated half a million visitors each year. For an increasing number of LGBTQ+ travelers, the country's acceptance is appealing.

Pilots Picket as Airline Unions Leverage Summer Travel Woes

Pilots Picket as Airline Unions Leverage Summer Travel Woes

TRAVEL | Jun 22, 2022

The protest, which the union said drew up to 1,300 pilots, was the latest example of airline workers trying to put pressure on companies by taking their demands for higher pay directly to the flying public.

Summer's Funner in Fort Lauderdale! Check out These LauderDeals

Summer's Funner in Fort Lauderdale! Check out These LauderDeals

TRAVEL | Jun 21, 2022

Visit Lauderdale's annual summer savings program! LauderDeals is back with deals and discounts on hotels and attractions from June 1 to September 30, with some extending through the end of the year.

JetBlue Raises Offer Again in Bidding for Spirit Airlines

JetBlue Raises Offer Again in Bidding for Spirit Airlines

TRAVEL | Jun 21, 2022

JetBlue Airways on Monday increased its offer to buy Spirit Airlines, raising the stakes again in a battle over the nation's biggest budget airline.

Welcome to Charlotte, the LGBTQ+ Gem of North Carolina

Welcome to Charlotte, the LGBTQ+ Gem of North Carolina

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jun 17, 2022

It's a little off the radar of many LGBTQ+ travelers, but that's a big part of what makes Charlotte so exciting. North Carolina's biggest city is home to almost a million residents, many of them members and proud allies of the city's vibrant LGBTQ+ commun

The LGBTQ+ Side of Santa Monica, L.A.'s Beach Destination

The LGBTQ+ Side of Santa Monica, L.A.'s Beach Destination

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jun 17, 2022

First time travelers to Los Angeles are often surprised to discover that Santa Monica isn't just a boulevard in West Hollywood

Thailand Drops Registration for Visitors, Outdoor Mask Rule

Thailand Drops Registration for Visitors, Outdoor Mask Rule

TRAVEL | Jun 17, 2022

Thailand is lifting a pre-arrival registration requirement for foreign visitors that was seen as onerous and a drag on the recovery for its ailing tourism industry.

Flight Cancellations Create a Bad Travel Day Across the U.S.

Flight Cancellations Create a Bad Travel Day Across the U.S.

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Jun 17, 2022

Airlines canceled more than 1,500 flights in the U.S. on Thursday, one of the worst days yet for travel as the peak summer vacation season heats up.

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