WARWICK, RI, March 7, 2011—It’s hard to tell whether this winter’s paralyzing snowpocalypse, the devastating earthquake in New Zealand two weeks ago, or the recent rash of tornadoes hitting the Midwest are just the tip of Mother Nature’s iceberg wrath or a short-term series of havoc-wreaking temper tantrums. Either way, predicting the occurrence of natural
Unsurprisingly, our Customer Care representatives have been fielding quite a few calls over the past few days about the escalating civil unrest in Egypt. While we covered the basics of the State Department’s travel warning and some other related topics in yesterday’s post, we felt it was important to cover in more depth a few
WARWICK, RI, February 1, 2011— According to FlightStats.com, a leading provider of worldwide flight on-time performance information, more than 28,000 flights were canceled nationwide due to weather in December, 2010. “The week between Christmas and New Years will loom for millions as the worst season ever,” says Meara McLaughlin, Vice President of Business Development at
The current situation in Egypt is of great concern to us, as it is to all of our customers and travelers worldwide. We’re keeping a very close watch over the latest information coming from all channels regarding travel to and from the region. As of yesterday, the State Department upgraded their recommendations from a Travel
It’s an annual travel industry ritual: Wave Season. Traditionally, January marks the beginning of this highly-anticipated time, during which bargains on cruises are at their peak. Travelers looking to get a good deal on their next seafaring vacation are already scouting the different offers at various cruise lines and travel sites.