Chicago Struggles to Attract the International Tourists It Knows It Needs

If you are an international tourist visiting the U.S. Which cities are on your must-see list? New York? Check. Los Angeles? Check. San Francisco? Check. Orlando for Disney World and Universal Studios? Check. But Chicago? Not probably. And that’s a shame, say people in the area’s tourist industry. With its history of blues, the birthplace of the American...

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American airlines can no longer ignore cheap European rivals on transatlantic routes

European airlines have started to edge out American flights for the cheapest fares overseas. More and more people have been flying with European airlines with the arrival of WOW & Norwegian Airlines in 2012 & 2013, respectively. Adversaries claim that the newcomers are skirting labor laws, which gives them an unfair advantage to offer lower fares. They...

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A Trip To Hawaii Is The Vacation America Needs Right Now

The world seems to be at a crazy place right now, and if you are like many people, you’re sick of it all and simply want to get away. Pack your bags and head to Hawaii- one of the most isolated places on earth, despite the large tourism to the islands. Here are a few photos to inspire you and help you plan that much-needed island getaway. Key Takeaways: Hawaii...

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Why Greenland should be the next solo adventure on your travel list

If you are planning a get away solo, why not make your way to Greenland? While Greenland is oftentimes one of the last places on earth a person chooses to go on their adventure, making such a decision may provide you with many unexpected but delightful adventures and memories. Read this article to learn what Greenland can offer and why it is a top adventure...

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Airbnb Will Try to Sue Its Way Out of New York Law’s Restrictions

In an attempt to bolster its hotel business and suppress cheap rental of apartments, New York state has passed a bill deeming it unlawful to allow owners to offer vacant apartments in multi-unit buildings for 30 days or less. Airbnb is currently pursuing legal action to have the bill overturned, citing that this is making their business appear to be unlawful...

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Carnival CEO Video and 15 Other Tourism Trends This Week

It has been a very interesting week in tourism and many stories occurred that you do not want to miss. Click to read this article and learn more about these latest happenings, including the Carnival CEO video that has now gone viral and Richard Branson’s thoughts on his cruise ship line. If you have an interst in tourism this is can’t miss information. Carnival...

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23 Must Know Secrets To Booking Cheap Flights

Flying, whether for business or pleasure, can quickly drain the wallet, considering that it costs thousands of dollars to fly to some destinations. But, if you are a smart and savvy traveler, saving money is something that you know how to do. With the 23 money-saving airfare tips here, getting the deal of a lifetime every time that you fly is so simple! Key...

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17 Things To Do In San Francisco If You’re In A Rut

From Chinatown cookie shops to fun tours on the Magic Bus, enjoying a day out in San Francisco provides the visitor with unlimited, unexpected opportunities such as the 17 wonderful ideas listed in this article. With these awesome San Fran fun ideas, you won’t need a lot of cash to enjoy all the wonderful city offers. Key Takeaways: Every Friday and Saturday,...

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American and United Aren’t Yet Ready to Compete With Spirit Air on Price

Budget airlines like Frontier, Allegiant, and Spirit airlines are pushing a change in the pricing structure of commercial air travel. The low cost fares offered by the airlines are considered “no-frills”, besides a seat somewhere on the plane, not much else is included in the price. Delta Airlines has already offered competing low-cost tickets on...

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