Wednesday, September 30, 2020
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Numerous airlines now offering ‘Flights to Nowhere’

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A flight that takes off in Sydney, flies for seven hours and returns to Sydney.

Virtuoso reveals travel trends for fall, holidays and 2021

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Virtuoso has found that more and more people fed up with months at home are ready to get out and travel. High-end travelers are especially intrigued by work- and learn-from-anywhere offers that can extend to weeks- to monthslong vacations.

No more exploring cruise ports. If you want to get off the ship, you’ll...

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Forget the tequila shots, straw markets and jewelry stores.

What will cruising look like? Industry offers clues. But there’s still no timeline

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Cruise companies are stepping up their pressure on U.S. health authorities to allow them to cruise again amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Carnival to ditch 18 ships in total as US cruises remain banned amid COVID-19...

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Carnival Corporation will part with a total of 18 cruise ships in the next few months — 12% of its fleet — as it continues to cut costs while cruising in most of the world remains banned.

What makes us sad and glad at reopened Disney theme parks today

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As an annual passholder, I was grateful for theme parks to begin their phased reopenings. It gave those who chose to go a pinch of old-school, 2019-ish “normal” in this era where everything at every turn is a little weird.

Family travel five: Setting sights on island destinations

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Many an island vacation has been put on hold. When the time is right, these island destinations will be eager to welcome you.

Disney cancels Very Merry Christmas Party, Candlelight Processional but announces other holiday happenings

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Walt Disney World has canceled the 2020 edition of Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and Epcot’s Candlelight Processional, according to a post on the Disney Parks Blog.

Legoland reopening its aquarium — again

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For the second time in more than two months, Legoland will reopen its Sea Life Aquarium as it continues to await word from California on when the theme park will be able to allow visitors again.

IATA reminds airline travelers to wear masks or face penalties

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To combat the spread of coronavirus and avoid onboard incidents, the International Air Transport Association is appealing to travelers to wear face coverings throughout their journey.

Family travel five: Beauty blooms in these gardens

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Awash in color, scent and texture, gardens are a welcome gift from the natural world. Here are five places where beauty is blooming:

Windstar cancels all remaining 2020 cruise departures

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Windstar Cruises has canceled all remaining cruises in 2020, saying it was a “difficult decision.”

Months later, angry consumers still waiting for refunds from canceled cruises

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Months after the coronavirus pandemic shut down cruising, customers are still complaining that they still haven’t received refunds for prepaid fares and fees.

New study finds consumers miss travel so much it’s taking an emotional toll on...

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In a new Amex Trendex report, American Express found that U.S. consumers are seriously missing travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic — so much so that it’s begun taking a real emotional toll on them.

Family travel five: Books that will inspire future trips

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A good book can transport us to magical places during a time when far-flung exploration may not be possible. 

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