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The latest from Consumer Traveler
If you live in a tourist region as I do or if you travel a lot, you’ve certainly witnessed tourists being stupid if not outright acting badly.
An op-ed in the local paper of the Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee gets a rise from the DC Airline Association. Here’s the editorial battle.
Hawaii’s beauty after 55 years of statehood, Legoland may open in New York, Ryanair in discussions to take over Cyprus Airways
It doesn’t take much consideration to realize that the security of your travel data is important, very important.
New startups take old names and add new twist, more big companies partnering with Uber, mega-resort to open in Antigua
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