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SWISS Becomes the World’s First Certified “Allergy-Friendly” Airline


Gluten-free rolls on SWISS Great news for allergy sufferers since SWISS (Swiss International Air Lines Ltd.) became the world’s first certified “allergy-friendly” airline today.

Bad News for Newark Airport—and Why You Should Avoid It


Tip: If you’ll be traveling this summer, I’d suggest avoiding Newark Liberty International Airport if you can as they’ll be closing their Air Train (which connects the airport to the city) between May 1-July 15.

Travel News: Week of April 16, 2014


Top Travel News Italian court bans Emirates from flying transatlantic from Italy Calif. bill would end SeaWorld killer whale shows United Plans World’s Longest Boeing 787 Non-Stop Routes Airbnb Hosts in San Francisco Facing Wave of Evictions Gas prices to edge down for summer vacation Following Death Of Crew Member, Norwegian Cancels Calls to Roatán Monorail shutdown planned at Newark airport Air Canada taps Gogo to provide in-flight Wi-Fi service Disney crew member arrested for molesting teen passenger TSA bars mute stroke victim from flight, forces 8-hour bus ride More Travel News: Chicago Tribune | L.A.

Travel Contests: Week of April 16, 2014


This week’s travel contests: Blogger Contest: Win a Emerald Waterways European River Cruise for Two! (JohnnyJet.com contest) Win a trip for two to Cancun Win a two-night trip for two to Puerto Rico Win one of 52 trips to Australia (ends April 21) Win a 7-day trip to your dream destination for two from Switchfly (Twitter contest; ends April 23; Johnny is a judge!

Travel Scams Mentioned on The Social TV Show


I’m in Toronto where yesterday I was a guest on The Social, which is Canada’s version of The View. It was fun—even though it was freezing out!

Tarriss Jetsetter Digital Luggage Scale


Airlines around the world have been cracking down on the weight of checked luggage for a while now, and if you think that’s bad, I will tell you that many destinations I travel to are cracking down on the weight of carry-on bags as well.

Travel Video of the Week: Can Cool Be Taught?

Last summer we featured Holland’s “The Original Cool” video, launched by the Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and Amsterdam Marketing.

Travel Website of the Week: Adioso


Know when you want to get away but don’t know where to go? Or maybe the other way around? Adioso is a new travel search and booking app that might be able to help.

Travel App of the Week: SignEasy


Don’t you hate it when you’re on the road and you get an email that requires you to print, sign and scan a document—and they need it ASAP?

Travel Tip of the Day: Taxis Made Easier


Taxis the Easy Way When trying to find a taxi during peak times, special events or when it’s raining, instead of standing in one spot, walk to either a hotel and ask the bellman to hail you a cab.

Travel Tip of the Day: Dress Appropriately


Dress Appropriately As mentioned in Friday’s tip, my friend Lavanya Sunkara wrote an excellent post entitled “Ten Smart Tips for Solo Women.” One of her tips is to dress appropriately on the road and I couldn’t agree more.

Travel Style: Lisa Alpine


Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without.

Travel Style: Christa Thompson


Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without.

Travel Tip of the Day: Carry a Whistle


Carry a Whistle My friend Lavanya Sunkara recently wrote an excellent post entitled “Ten Smart Tips for Solo Women Travelers.” One of her tips is to carry a whistle.

Travel Style: Dan Saltzstein


Want to know how to travel in style, just like the pros? We check in with frequent fliers to find out how often they fly, their favorite destinations and what they never leave home without.

Travel Tip of the Day: Divide Your Clothes


Divide Your Clothes Yesterday’s tip was to not check a bag when making a connection, but I realize that’s sometimes not an option.

Travel Tip of the Day: Don’t Check a Bag When Making a Connection


Don’t Check a Bag When Making a Connection I rarely check a bag when flying, and it’s not because I want to save on baggage fees (although that would be more important if I didn’t already get two free checked bags because I’m an elite flyer on several airlines).

Travel News: Week of April 9, 2014


Top Travel News Proposed Republican Budget Would End Amtrak Subsidies, Kill Brand USA, Rein In TSA United to add 500 charging stations at U.S.

Travel Contests: Week of April 9, 2014


This week’s travel contests include: Blogger Contest: Win a Emerald Waterways European River Cruise for Two!

Travel Product of the Week: Tutem Masks


I’ve always admired the Japanese for wearing surgical masks in public when they aren’t feeling well. Whenever I visit someone in the hospital I always grab an extra mask to put in my carry-on bag to use in case my seatmate is sick and not wearing one (don’t you hate that?


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