A spokesman for the Russian Foreign Ministry has cautioned Russians intent on traveling abroad about possible detentions. While Alexander Lukashevich issued a statement earlier in the week about how to avoid problems with US law enforcement agencies when traveling.
The US’s decision to lift the travel warning for Tunisia is a huge positive for that country and a vote of confidence for interim Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa. Tunisia’s recent problems with unrest aside, Tunis and other destinations there have long been on many a traveler’s “bucket list” of things to see.
Turkish Airlines has announced their expansion in the United States with this week’s launch of its newest gateway in Houston, Texas.
The United States is full of fantastic opportunities for travelers. Filled with different cultures, traditions, events and things to see, you can go from state to state and find yourself with an entirely different experience every time. Which is why it is such a popular international destination, both for holidays and relocation.
JetBlue Airways and LOT Polish Airlines have announced a new partnership that will allow fliers to book and connect flights via the companys’ home airports.
Travel markets in the US have shown a marked improvement this year and are set to recover all the ground lost during the recession which began back in 2007, yet we shouldn’t get too excited as this growth is about to hit a brick wall, reports Travel Weekly.
In budget travel news, sightseeing tour company, Tours4Fun, announced a new partnership with Hop2 Travel for offering direct access for affordable flights. The Los Angeles based tour company will also add Hop2 offerings like car rentals, hotels, and even cruises for their clients. Argo takes a look at this news bit to evaluate some OTA corporate moves – is this news or not? Let’s see.