July 17, 2024 6:58 PM

Articles by Karen Fredrickson

  • · Leisure

    Japan Airlines Orders Airbus

    Japan Airlines has signed an agreement for 31 A350 XWB aircraft from the European aircraft manufacturer Airbus in a deal that's worth approximately $9 billion.

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    Eurostar Announces New Route Between London and Amsterdam

    Eurostar has announced an agreement with the Dutch railways to launch a direct service between London and Amsterdam beginning in December 2016.

  • · Travel Tips

    Furloughed Workers Acting As Tour Guides

    Some federal workers, finding themselves with free time as a result of furloughs, have started sitting at the closed museums and memorials to direct tourists to the attractions that are still open.

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    D-Day Cemetery Closures Anger Travelers

    Many American tourists have expressed anger at the closure of the D-Day cemetery in Normandy as a result of the government shut down after they had traveled thousands of miles to see it.

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    Jet Lag Cure?

    Once again, there is talk of the possibility of a pill to cure the unwelcome side effects of travel known as jet lag.

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    Chicago Restaurant Serves a Communion Wafer

    Kuma's Corner, a heavy-metal themed restaurant in Chicago, has received a lot of attention after they garnished a burger with a communion wafer.

  • · Trending News

    Monster Truck Hits Crowd

    At least eight people are dead and an additional 80 are injured after a monster truck drove into the crowd of spectators at a monster truck show in Mexico over the weekend.

  • · Leisure

    Chalk Art Festivals

    The I Madonnari festival in Curtatone, Italy, in the province of Mantova was first held in 1973.

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    Cressida Bonas

    Prince Harry may be next in line for a royal wedding.

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    Travel Warnings: What Do They Mean For You?

    Areas of the world with any kind of unrest often are the recipients of official travel warnings from the U.S. State Department, and Sherman Travel has discussed how they should impact upcoming trips.

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    Marriott CEO Speaks In Support of Women In Business

    The CEO of Marriott International spoke at the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative, where he spoke out in support of women as part of the growth strategy for the global hospitality company.

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    American Airlines Recruiting New Pilots

    American Airlines is beginning the process to recruit and hire approximately 1,500 new pilots over the next five years, which will be American airlines largest pilot hiring process in over a decade.

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    Delta Launches New Service to Seattle

    Delta Air Lines will offer a new daily nonstop service to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport from San Francisco International Airport as well as increased service from Las Vegas McCarran International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport, beginning next year.

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    Thomas Cook Releases New Brand

    The Thomas Cook Group has decided to unify its brands and market activity under one common symbol, the 'Sunny Heart,' which was introduced Thursday to replace the 'Globe' in the company's websites, international stores, airline fleet and throughout its headquarters and overseas offices, according to a press release from the company.

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    United Airlines Offers to Fly Navy to Football Game for Free

    United Airlines is offering a free flight to help prevent the big college football game between Army and Navy from getting canceled as a result of the government shutdown.

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