Weather simulator at Stockholm’s main international airport, secrets of wayfinding in airports, SeaWorld’s hyper coaster coming to the theme park next year
JFK summer runway repairs may cause air traffic jams If you’ll be traveling to New York this summer, you’ll encounter a traffic jam in the skies. Kennedy airport will be closing one runway, which can have a ripple effect to LaGuardia and Newark airports. “It’s probably the most complex air space in the world. When […]
Thank you for reading Consumer Traveler/Travelers United weekly newsletter. You can subscribe to our daily email newsletter here. A week in review: Blizzard exposes cold hearts, Travel tips for 2015, CEOs demand airfare cuts and more Airlines do have compassion! But it takes a blizzard for them to show it. Airlines waived their strict ticket change rules in advance […]
Summer is coming quickly to the northern hemisphere, bringing vacations for many in cities across North America, Europe, Central America and Asia. Vacationers are seeking travel to see nature in action while visiting national parks, rain forests and even underwater reefs. Some vacationers are planning ecotours of fragile, generally pristine and relatively undisturbed natural areas, […]
Winter weather is upon the US, especially in the South and Northeast. Frigid temperatures, snow, ice, and sleet have caused canceled flights and shutdown roads. Many accidents and huge vehicle pileups on US highways have increased. Ned Levi has a dozen tips for travelers taking to the road in winter to consider when renting a car.
It’s the time of year when the travel industry likes to play the weather card. Couldn’t check into your hotel? Blame it on that distant tornado. Flight canceled? It’s the hurricane’s fault, even though it’s hundreds of miles away. A big repair bill for your rental car? Thank last week’s hailstorm. Usually, the weather — […]
New lounge for JetBlue at JFK, guaranteed travel weather may be possible, United delays Denver-Tokyo flight because of 787 problems
A few minutes after Michele Loftin’s recent commuter flight from Sacramento to San Francisco pushed back from the gate, it made an abrupt U-turn and returned to the terminal. A United Airlines crew member told passengers that the aircraft’s de-icer test had failed, and the airline eventually canceled the flight.
The US National Park Service (NPS) is under growing pressure to provide WIFI and cellular services for park visitors, at least, in the developed areas of the national parks, roads, and trailheads. Ned Levi discusses the pros and cons of the NPS installing these services.
Superstorm Sandy stranded countless travelers in the northeastern area of the US, which points to the need for all travelers to have an emergency kit. Ned Levi has information for you to create an emergency kit for travelers with his list of his top 15 traveler emergency kit basics.