When will the US be ready for the ‘next’ travel destination?

The US has already announced plans to expand its ‘travel hub’ system into the rest of the world, and now it’s looking to expand the ‘travel destination’ concept even further.As part of the announcement, US airlines are being asked to plan and implement travel destinations that will be the most affordable and convenient, and also […]

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Gulliver: The U.S. has a problem with travel to Mexico

The Associated Press – Florida Travel & Tourism Bureau spokesman Michael Ladd said Wednesday the agency has suspended all travel to the state for two days while the agency reviews information from a travel log on a Florida resident that has been linked to Gullivers travel.A spokesman said the agency received a complaint from an […]

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How to write a better Australian road blog post

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has said that it has a “major role” in helping Australia’s road safety record improve.However, the agency has been criticised by some drivers for not being as aggressive as other countries.The agency has also been criticised for not taking more action on crashes involving cyclists and pedestrians.The NHTSA’s […]

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How to Travel in Florida Today

A new generation of kids are choosing to travel less.From staying at family homes and charter schools to visiting their parents’ homes and staying at home with their parents, they’re turning away from their childhood homes to take their own lives instead of having to go through a long, drawn-out process of planning, preparing, and […]

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What you need to know about a Trump travel ban

Trump travel restrictions could be a major boon for the American economy and boost tourism.Trump is expected to sign a new executive order Friday restricting travel from six majority-Muslim countries — including Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Syria — and freezing new refugee admissions.That order is expected in the next few days.The order would […]

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