How to get travel insurance for severe weather – Forbes Advisor

Editor’s Note: We receive a commission from affiliate links on Forbes Consulting. Commissions do not affect our editors’ opinions or reviews. When severe weather strikes, even the best vacation plans can fall apart. A storm may disrupt your cruise or a storm may close your destination airport. If you buy a comprehensive travel insurance plan […]

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The Sustainable Travel Consumer Report from the Trip.com team showcases a deep understanding of sustainable travel, identifying opportunities for the travel industry.

8 out of 10 travelers understand the importance of sustainable travel Covid-19 has greatly fueled people’s interest in sustainable travel. 67.7% of travelers are open to paying more for sustainable options. Shanghai, September 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Trip.com Group, a leading global travel services provider, today released its inaugural “Sustainable Travel Consumer Report 2022” in […]

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Weak Baht hits a trip.

Japan will soon fully open to Thai tourists. Tourists enjoy taking snapshots at Tokyo’s Sensoji Temple. Despite the reopening of Japan and Taiwan, Thailand’s outbound travel is expected to remain subdued due to the weak baht, weak purchasing power and cryptocurrency losses. Inquiries on holidays to Japan have increased since last week, when Thailand Travel […]

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United flight attendants to choose LAX due to short staffing, travel disruptions – Daily News

Dozens of United Airlines flight attendants plan to picket LAX on Tuesday, September 27, citing shortages of staff schedulers, caterers and other service providers. The workers, represented by the Airline Attendants Association (AFA-CWA), said the lack of staff at the company has had a significant impact on travelers, with 67,485 flight delays and 6,780 cancellations […]

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Thailand is lifting the last of its pandemic-era travel restrictions.

Later this week, Thailand joins a growing number of Asian destinations in lifting the last of its Covid-related travel restrictions. Effective Thursday, Oct. 1, the peninsular Southeast Asian country will no longer require proof of a Covid-19 vaccination or a negative test from travelers seeking to cross its borders, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) […]

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How Hurricane Ian will disrupt air travel across the country

Commercial pilot Kathleen Bangs offers advice on how to navigate cancellations and delays due to the storm. As Hurricane Ian approaches Florida’s west coast, many travelers planning to fly to the Sunshine State are trying to navigate airline cancellations and storm delays. How to watch Fox Weather on TV According to the Fox Prediction Center, […]

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