Air travel rises in the Gulf region but bottlenecks face passengers

Air travel at the three airports in the Gulf region is finally starting to pick up after falling during the pandemic, but many hurdles are now facing travelers seeking to get out as the coronavirus risks begin to recede. San Jose, Oakland and San Francisco international airports have seen significant increases in passenger travel in … Read more

These travel exploits can find huge deals on air tickets in summer

Looking for airline tickets? Pull this trick out of your pocket all year long. GT TThe good news is that summer tickets have peaked. The bad news is that they’re still very high. “The reality is that the cost of travel is very high this summer, higher than we’ve seen before,” says Hayley Berg, chief … Read more

Tips on how to avoid the air travel craze this summer

Mask mandates have been lifted, travel restrictions have fallen, and travelers, who have been waiting for their time over the past two years, are impatient to take their vacations after the pandemic in droves. Unfortunately, the airline industry appears to be finding itself unprepared to handle such a volume of passengers, which has led to … Read more

How to avoid the worst of the travel hell this summer

picture: Jim Lambert (stock struggle) While 2022 travel Looks promising, with Border reopening and more International Travel OptionsYou may want to make this summer another stay. A whole host of factors (important, supply and demand) are causing chaos at airports and rental counters across the country, costing travelers a lot of time and money. For … Read more

What Lauren Poubert Gets Wrong About Air Travel After 9/11

Representative Lauren Poubert made a suspicious parallel between gun reform and the impact of 9/11 on air travel during an interview with Sean Hannity. Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images DrDuring an appearance on FoxNews Thursday, Congresswoman Lauren Poubert (R-CO) dismissed the idea of ​​a common-sense gun overhaul after the recent school shooting, when a teen … Read more

Heat Is Burning: Memorial Day Forecast Suggests Cicelyn’s Summer Travel | local news

The unofficial start of summer will be crowded this year as AAA expects nearly 40 million people to travel 50 miles or more from home on Memorial Day weekend. That’s an 8.3 percent increase from 2021, putting travel volumes roughly in line with 2017. Air travel continued to recover, up 25 percent from last year, … Read more

2019 Highest Levels of Flight Reservations for Leisure and Business Trips

For the first time since the pandemic began, global commercial and leisure travel has risen to levels not seen since 2019. That’s according to the Mastercard Institute of Economics’ third annual travel report, “Travel 2022: Trends and Transformations,” published yesterday. After analyzing 37 global markets, the report found that cross-border travel reached pre-pandemic levels as … Read more

How to save money on travel amid high inflation

Inflation is on the rise — and if it continues to rise, Americans may start canceling their travel plans. About 40% of adults in the United States said they would cancel a vacation or trip if consumer prices continued to rise, according to a new CNBC + Acorns Invest in You poll, conducted by Momentive. … Read more