United Lounge Enhancements in Las Vegas and other cities | Now United is making another move as it experiments with new food and beverage choices in select lounges around the U.S., which includes the TravelZork favorite of Las Vegas. The strategy is also being tested in Houston Intercontinental, Orlando and Boston.
Most people think a getaway to Europe has to be expensive and troublesome. If you are willing to make a few simple sacrifices and travel light you can have a great adventure to London for very little expense and logistics thanks to Norwegian Air Shuttle.
These 10 U.S. airport bars offer travelers a great selection of premium wines, craft beers and signature cocktails.
When I get a free moment, I sift through posts, blogs, PR, hyperbole and rumors, and share some of the best stuff. Think of this as an extension of your travel “habiliments.” (Or, just maybe someone bet me $100 I wouldn’t be able to work the word habiliment into a blog post this week… maybe..)
In the olden days of airport dining, you were lucky if you could eat a fast-food burger or drink a low-end cocktail. But airports understand that travelers are demanding better food and drink options, and they have stepped up their efforts to deliver. World-class high-end dining and celebrity chefs are flocking to airports to feed masses with more high-end food choices. Below are seven great airport restaurants to try during your travels.
Crystal AirCruises seeks to elevate air travel to a whole new level of luxury which may seem innovative; but it is an idea which has been tried before…
Effective as of Wednesday, September 14, 2016, Delta Air Lines will operate exclusively with Virgin Atlantic Airways from Terminal 3 at Heathrow Airport .
Is it a bar? Is it a plane? It’s both! KLM and Heineken now found a way to serve draft beer on board. And more airlines upgraded their beer game as well.
This is part one of a multi-part article that focuses on the growth of Atlanta’s major airport, ATL, Delta Airlines role in shaping its growth and strategic vision, and the often rewarding, often contentious role played by the General Managers of ATL.