In the early years of the Iceland tourist boom, air traffic was dominated by Icelandair, the national flag carrier. WOW Air was founded in 2011 as a low-cost carrier flying passengers to and from Europe, Read full post »
American Express Membership Rewards points are some of the most valuable currencies in the world of travel rewards. Depending on how you choose to redeem them, they can be worth as little as 0.6-0.7 Read full post »
The process of collecting points and miles can be intoxicating at times. We all know the adrenaline rush associated with snagging a large credit card signup bonus, redeeming miles for a free flight or Read full post »
There’s nothing simple about world economies. However, the one simple rule that has been true for several decades is that American tourists benefit when the dollar is strong. American travelers can often make their Read full post »
The biggest assumption about travel insurance is true: you don’t need it until you need it. Whether or not you’re a believer in Murphy’s Law, one glance at the current state of travel should be Read full post »
When the Chase Sapphire Reserve was unveiled in 2016, it electrified the credit card universe. It was perceived as Chase’s answer to the American Express Platinum Card, and it became the card that everyone Read full post »
There are dozens (if not hundreds) of websites that promise to deliver the lowest possible price for a cruise. However, if you zero in on a specific sailing and check all the top websites, Read full post »
Phileas Fogg did it in 80 days, but YOU could accomplish it anywhere from 10 days to nearly a full year. The around-the-world ticket, or RTW, is one of the most exotic products in air travel. Read full post »
Seeing Europe by road is an experience like nothing else. Imagine winding through the Alps as you cross from Italy into Switzerland, gliding through the emerald-hued, sheep-speckled highlands of Scotland or seeing the skyline Read full post »
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