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US Airlines Say COVID-19 Variants Aren't Hurting Bookings

US Airlines Say COVID-19 Variants Aren't Hurting Bookings

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Jul 22, 2021

Rising concern about the fast-spreading delta variant of COVID-19 is creating turbulence for the stocks of big travel companies, but airline executives say they don't see any slowdown in ticket sales.

How to Be a Frugal Traveler and Still Have Fun

How to Be a Frugal Traveler and Still Have Fun

TRAVEL | By Sara Rathner, NerdWallet | Jul 21, 2021

That first post-vaccine vacation is finally a possibility for many, but after more than a year without travel, the sticker shock is no joke.

Where is Ernest White II of 'FLY BROTHER' Headed Next?

Where is Ernest White II of 'FLY BROTHER' Headed Next?

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Jul 21, 2021

Writer, producer and host Ernest White II ("FLY BROTHER") joins "On the EDGE" to discuss two seasons of the popular globetrotting travel series.

Blue Origin Brings Space Tourism to Tiny Texas Town

Blue Origin Brings Space Tourism to Tiny Texas Town

TRAVEL | By Sean Murphy | Jul 20, 2021

In addition to its spaceport, Van Horn's proximity to Big Bend National Park, the Guadalupe Mountains, an ancient barrier reef that includes the four highest peaks in Texas, and New Mexico's Carlsbad Caverns also make it an ideal tourist pit stop.

Animatronic Biden Joining Hall of Presidents at Disney World

Animatronic Biden Joining Hall of Presidents at Disney World

TRAVEL | By Mike Schneider | Jul 20, 2021

Forget an inauguration ceremony. The true indicator of having made it as president is being added to the Hall of Presidents at Walt Disney World in Florida, an honor President Joe Biden will soon receive.

Review: Revealing 'Behind The Attraction' Goes Inside Disney Magic

Review: Revealing 'Behind The Attraction' Goes Inside Disney Magic

TRAVEL | By JC Alvarez | Jul 20, 2021

The stories behind some of the most cherished Disney Park attractions, and the artists and imagineers that brought them together, are explored in a new Disney+ series.

Airlines, Cruise Lines and Hotel Stocks Fall on Virus Fears

Airlines, Cruise Lines and Hotel Stocks Fall on Virus Fears

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Jul 20, 2021

Air travel in the United States hit another pandemic-era record over the weekend as vacationers jammed airports, but shares of airlines, cruise lines, hotels and almost anything else related to travel tumbled.

Provincetown Sets New COVID Directives after Uptick in Cases

Provincetown Sets New COVID Directives after Uptick in Cases

TRAVEL | Jul 19, 2021

After an uptick in COVID cases after the July 4 weekend, local officials in Provincetown have issued a new mask-wearing advisory.

Cyprus Showcases Ancient Undersea Harbor to Draw Tourists

Cyprus Showcases Ancient Undersea Harbor to Draw Tourists

TRAVEL | By Menelaos Hadjicostis | Jul 19, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has slashed tourism arrivals for an island that relies much on that revenue, so Cyprus authorities are taking a fresh look at what the island has to offer visitors.

Court Blocks Order Lifting CDC Virus Rules on Cruise Ships

Court Blocks Order Lifting CDC Virus Rules on Cruise Ships

TRAVEL | By Curt Anderson | Jul 18, 2021

Pandemic restrictions on Florida-based cruise ships will remain in place after a federal appeals court temporarily blocked a previous ruling that sided with a Florida lawsuit challenging the regulations.

Caribbean Calling: VACAYA's Record-Breaking Return to LGBTQ Travel

Caribbean Calling: VACAYA's Record-Breaking Return to LGBTQ Travel

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jul 18, 2021

VACAYA's 2021-22 trip roster is a dream come true for wanderlust-driven consumers ready to head south of the border to a luxurious Mexican resort, Caribbean cruise, or Costa Rican luxury eco lodge.

Travelers Fume at UK Move to Keep Restrictions on France

Travelers Fume at UK Move to Keep Restrictions on France

TRAVEL | By Jill Lawless | Jul 18, 2021

Tourists and the travel industry vented frustration and anger on Saturday after Britain reversed a plan to ease travel restrictions on France just two days after they were due to start.

Review: 'Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain' a Moving Tribute to the Celebrity Chef

Review: 'Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain' a Moving Tribute to the Celebrity Chef

TRAVEL | By Karin McKie | Jul 16, 2021

We love Anthony Bourdain. We're angry at him. We miss him. We need him. We celebrate him.

Oh, Canada! Fully Vaccinated Americans Can Head North as of Mid-August

Oh, Canada! Fully Vaccinated Americans Can Head North as of Mid-August

TRAVEL | By Rob Gillies | Jul 16, 2021

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday Canada could start allowing fully vaccinated Americans into Canada as of mid-August for non-essential travel.

Norwegian Cruises Sues Florida Over Virus Vaccination Law

Norwegian Cruises Sues Florida Over Virus Vaccination Law

TRAVEL | Jul 15, 2021

Norwegian Cruise Line is challenging a new Florida law that prevents cruise companies from requiring passengers to show proof of vaccination against the COVID-19 virus.

Touting New Trains, Amtrak CEO Foresees Riders Heading Back

Touting New Trains, Amtrak CEO Foresees Riders Heading Back

TRAVEL | By Tom Krisher | Jul 14, 2021

Amtrak is betting big on a return of ridership. The nation's passenger railroad wants to replace its nearly half-century-old fleet with state-of-the-art trains that can operate on electricity or diesel fuel.

Don't Miss: Travel Expert Ernest White II Live 'On the EDGE' July 13

Don't Miss: Travel Expert Ernest White II Live 'On the EDGE' July 13

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Jul 12, 2021

Tune into EDGE's Facebook page Tuesday, July 13 at 1 p.m. and join travel expert Ernest White II ("FLY BROTHER") for a live interview where he'll reveal his favorite destinations and travel tips.

Why DC is Our Must-Visit Summer Getaway

Why DC is Our Must-Visit Summer Getaway

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jul 12, 2021

There's no better time of year to head to our nation's capital. Summer is Washington, DC's not-so-hidden secret as savvy travelers take advantage of terrific hotel deals, iconic museums, and bustling LGBTQ nightlife.

Trouble in Paradise? Provincetown Officials 'Monitoring' COVID 'Breakthrough' Cases

Trouble in Paradise? Provincetown Officials 'Monitoring' COVID 'Breakthrough' Cases

TRAVEL | Jul 12, 2021

Is there trouble in paradise? If paradise is defined as Provincetown, then perhaps. Town officials say they are "monitoring" reports of "breakthrough" COVID-19 cases in the LGBTQ vacation destination.

Celebrating Vermont Pride: A State of Freedom and Unity

Celebrating Vermont Pride: A State of Freedom and Unity

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jul 12, 2021

Who says Pride only happens in June? The Pride Vermont Parade & Festival (Aug. 28—Sept. 5) is reason alone to head to the LGBTQ-friendly Green Mountain State, but there's plenty more to discover once you arrive.

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