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NYC's Grand Central Became A Madhouse The Moment Severe Weather Hit The City 

5 monthes ago   |   By Jalopnik

New York City got battered last evening by severe weather, and as a precautionary measure, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority closed train lines that head north out of the city. This promptly turned Grand Central Station into, well, this.
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Japan Airlines plans to introduce new low cost airline to boost tourism

Japan Airlines plans to introduce new low cost airline to boost tourism

5 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

Japan Airlines, the premier airline company has announced its plan to launch a low-cost airline to increase the travel and tourism.
This low cost airline will fly medium- and long-haul flights in an attempt to tap into Asia's growing budget aviation market.
According to the announcement, the new carrier will be based out of JAL's hub at Tokyo Narita International Airport .
It will start with flights to international destinations in Asia, Europe and even the Americas using two Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners.
Japan Airlines plans to invest 10-20 billion yen in the venture with the aim of turning a...
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Wow Air launches “cheapest flight” from Delhi to New York via Iceland

Wow Air launches “cheapest flight” from Delhi to New York via Iceland

5 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tour World

Wow Air, Iceland's budget transatlantic airline announced the launch of its services from Delhi to multiple destinations in North America and Europe via Reykjavik from December, 2018.
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Engine issue compels emergency landing of Alaska Airlines in Philadelphia

Engine issue compels emergency landing of Alaska Airlines in Philadelphia

5 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tour World

A flight of Alaska Airlines that was travelling from Los Angeles circling close to New York was compelled to make an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport on Tuesday morning.
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Alaska Airlines plans to close its New York pilot base to reinforce its West Coast fleet

Alaska Airlines plans to close its New York pilot base to reinforce its West Coast fleet

5 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tour World

Alaska Airlines, another major airline group in America plans to close its New York pilot base in September to reinforce its West Coast fleet.
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Welcome to Georgia

Welcome to Georgia

Georgia – Tbilisi has been the capital city since the fifth century, the country of one of the most ancient histories and cultures in the world. Its special geographical... Read more ...

Yandang Mountain in Zhejiang

Yandang Mountain in Zhejiang

Situated in Leqing City, Wenzhou in the southeast of Zhejiang Province, Yandang Mountain is one of the 10 famous mountains in China. Yandang Mountain is believed to be about... Read more ...

6 Ways to Savor the Great Outdoors in Virginia

6 Ways to Savor the Great Outdoors in Virginia

With some of the country's most picturesque countryside and coastline to match, Virginia is an outdoor enthusiast's dream come true. Here are six popular spots to hike... Read more ...

Shopping, Palaces and Pubs: A Londoner's Guide to Knightsbridge and Kensington

Shopping, Palaces and Pubs: A Londoner's Guide to Knightsbridge and Kensington

From Queen Anne architecture to colonnaded townhouses, West London is all about elegance. Whether you walk through leafy squares in Kensington or shop at high-end department... Read more ...

Small Group Adventure in Indochina

Small Group Adventure in Indochina

Offering curated small-group tours designed to deliver transformative experiences, Trails of Indochina celebrates its 20 th anniversary in 2019 with a March excursion to... Read more ...

Travel Influences: Chef Kathy Fang

Travel Influences: Chef Kathy Fang

After growing up cooking in the kitchen of her family's famous San Francisco restaurant, House of Nanking , it's safe to say Chef Kathy Fang knows a thing or two about creating... Read more ...

Alberto Galassi on Manning the Helm at Ferretti Group

Alberto Galassi on Manning the Helm at Ferretti Group

This story originally appeared in the September/October 2018 issue of Elite Traveler . Keeping up with the changing trends of yacht ownership is no easy task. Alberto Galassi... Read more ...

Jason Atherton Launches Three New Restaurants in Shanghai

Jason Atherton Launches Three New Restaurants in Shanghai

Celebrated UK chef Jason Atherton of famed dining spots including Pollen Street Social in London and Aberdeen Street Social, Hong Kong, has just launched three new restaurants... Read more ...

Oradour-sur-Glane, France: Remember

Oradour-sur-Glane, France: Remember

For decades, I've gathered impressions about Europe's experience with fascism in my travels. Like many of you, I have stood amid the physical remains of that dark period - the... Read more ...

Trek Travel Named a 2018 Shape Magazine Healthy Travel Award Winner

Trek Travel Named a 2018 Shape Magazine Healthy Travel Award Winner

We are honored to announce that Shape Magazine has named Trek Travel a 2018 Healthy Travel Award Winner and a Best Activity Outfitter. “This bicycling outfitter offers custom... Read more ...

Preston Holiday House Tour set for December 1st

Preston Holiday House Tour set for December 1st

The Community Club of Preston will host a Holiday House Tour on Saturday, December 1 st , its first such tour since 2014. Seven Preston area homes will open their doors to help... Read more ...