Month: September 2022

Charleston’s air carriers set to resume flights after Ian disrupts schedules | Hurricane Wire

Airlines that canceled dozens of flights at Charleston International are taking steps to accommodate travelers whose flight plans were disrupted this week by Hurricane Ian. The runways, which were closed Sept. 29 as high winds picked up, are expected to reopen at South Carolina’s busiest airport at 6 am on Oct. 1. Most major carriers …

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New York Jets at Pittsburgh Steelers: Game odds, picks, predictions

Zach Wilson is expected to return to quarterback for the New York Jets when they travel to take on Mike Tomlin’s Pittsburgh Steelers. Wilson’s knee may be sufficiently healed in time for the Jets’ quest toward a second win against the Steelers. Pittsburgh, like New York, enters Week 4 with a 1-2 records. Will a …

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CheapOair.ca Reveals the Best Destinations Around the World to View the Changing Fall Colors

Get inside Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your 1-week free trial here. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Sept. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Along with Thanksgiving, Halloween and all things pumpkin spice, one of the favorite ways to enjoy the Autumn season is by watching the leaves change to a rich tapestry of vibrant colors. Leading …

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Virgin Atlantic announces pronoun badges, uniforms based on gender ID

Virgin Atlantic announced this week it updated the airline’s gender identity policy, enabling employees to wear clothing that expresses how they identify or present themselves. The airline also introduced optional pronoun badges for staffers and passengers, as well as ticketing system changes to allow passport holders with neutral gender markers to use their gender codes …

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Maui County bans non-mineral sunscreen to protect coral reefs

Visitors and residents of Maui County should check the back of their sunscreen bottles. Starting Saturday, a new law goes into effect that bans non-mineral sunscreens across Maui, Lanai and Molokai. It will be illegal to use, sell or distribute any sunscreen that isn’t mineral-based unless you have a prescription from a licensed health care …

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Booking.com adds travel warnings for West Bank settlements

JERUSALEM (AP) – The online travel agency Booking.com added warnings on Friday to listings in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, following years of pressure from Palestinian officials and human rights groups. The new alert urges customers searching for rentals in Israeli settlements to review their government’s travel advisories before booking in the area, “which may be …

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Fabulous Fridays: Free Cancellations & Changes On United Mileage Plus Award Tickets (Temporary Fee Waiver)

Our Fabulous Friday topic this week is about frequent flyer programs that allow you to change or cancel awards free of charge, even at the last minute, rather than charging high fees. I’m currently on a 6-week trip and have booked several of my flights with United Mileage Plus, all of which required a change …

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After 19 months, United Airlines is officially suspending flights at New York’s JFK airport – again

United’s pandemic-era move to restart flights at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is coming to an end. The Chicago-based carried officially announced plans on Friday to pull out of the JFK Airport at the end of October. The carrier currently flies four daily flights from JFK, two to Los Angeles and two …

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Saber May Be Looking to Sell Its Hospitality Technology Business |

Last September, the company launched its SynXis Property Hub, a cloud-native property management system. By HTN Staff – 9.30.2022 Rumors are swirling that travel software and technology provider Saber Corporation, a publicly-traded company based in Southlake, Texas, may be looking to sell its hospitality division. Saber serves customers in more than 160 countries around the …

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