(CNN) — “I came of age when the jet age came of age,” says Ann Hood, an American novelist and New York Times best-selling author, whose latest book “Fly Girl” is a memoir of her adventurous years as a TWA flight attendant, right at the end of the Golden Age of air travel.
As a child, growing up in Virginia, she witnessed the first flight of
Travel and hospitality CEOs are stepping up pressure on the Biden administration to scrap a requirement that anyone flying into the U.S. present a a negative Covid-19 test before departure, saying the rule is discouraging visitors and hurting the country’s tourism industry.
The push comes after the United Kingdom, Italy, Greece and others have lifted
“We started Kindred with the goal of making travel a way of life, not just an occasional escape,” explains company co-founder and president Tasneem Amina. Inspired by the flexibility offered through remote work, co-founders Justine Palefsky and Tasneem Amina created a home swapping network that harnesses
On a recent trip to England, Andrew Dodson, 35, and his wife, Erin, 32, who live in Traverse City, Mich., had an unexpected problem: No matter how hard they tried, they couldn’t spend the 700 British pounds they’d brought along.
“We traveled all around the country, including many small towns in the Lake District and the Cotswolds, and even the tiniest of pubs took
The Biden administration will drop the Covid-19 testing requirement for inbound air travelers from abroad on Sunday, ending one of the longest-running travel restrictions of the pandemic.
The rule, put in place by the Trump administration in early 2021 and later tightened by the Biden administration, most recently required inbound travelers, including