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With the holiday season approaching, so is the prospect of long travel. If you’re planning on braving holiday airport crowds in the era of coronavirus perhaps you’ll be lucky enough to be able to take advantages of one of these new airport amenities. Tuscon International Airport, Tuscon, AZ—Hands-Free Elevators Whether you want to avoid germs
Whatever kind of trip you are planning, you won’t go far without a good travel budget! Why is that so? The concept of budget travel is based on the idea of calculating possible expenses before leaving for a trip. Have you ever come back from a holiday and felt sorry for all the wasted money?
Ready to travel again? So are we! Check out these tips we first posted in 2020 for reducing your environmental footprint while traveling for vacation, business or both! OFFSET YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT When traveling by plane, consider offsetting your carbon footprint. Check for carbon emission programs airlines offer and pick the one that offers a
It’s almost October and that means it’s time to get spooky! While some Halloween events have been put on hiatus this year, that doesn’t mean all the creepy-crawlies have been cancelled. Here are six socially-distant, Spooktacular scares for kids and adults alike across the U.S. Museum of Terror—Chicago, IL(Weekends Oct. 15- Nov. 22) This two-story
Initially, the threat of Coronavirus had airports’ screening passengers to ensure safe travel. Eventually, it led to a complete global shut down of international travel. Be it for recreational purposes or business. Even national and international trade came to a halt. But now, with some stability and even decrease in some countries, travel and major
The COVID-19 outbreak has introduced us to live a new kind of lifestyle. It’s a lifestyle riddled with restrictions, and traveling is one of the most significant no-nos.The lockdowns have been in practice around the globe to help contain the virus and to stay safe. The alarming number of increasing cases has led countries to
The coronavirus disease COVID-19 outburst has generated a health emergency internationally and it has a profound effect on the way of living our lives. As COVID-19 has affected our daily life, like other activities and businesses, it has a deep impact on traveling also. Lockdown has caused all other industries’ closure, in the same way
Travel writers are sharing their ideas for the best virtual entertainment to enjoy while stuck at home. Send your favorites to editor@GoAirportShuttle.com! Because of the widespread Coronavirus pandemic, the world is practicing social distancing, which means staying at home for an indefinite period of time. People are trying to keep themselves occupied by finding new
Travel restrictions won’t last forever! Use this down time to plan an exceptional honeymoon, starting with these tips from writer Emily Hummel! Whether you usually travel first class or no-frills, you probably don’t want to scrimp on your honeymoon. You made enough compromises on the wedding day, opting for the photo booth instead of hiring
For many frequent travelers, whether for work or personal adventure, the impact of the coronavirus has taken an unfortunate toll on both possibilities, and the industry as a whole. Travel has been significantly restricted due to concerns about its ability to spread, and many flights and trips have been canceled or postponed until further notice.
Due to the worldwide spread of the coronavirus, we realize now is not the time to travel. With many countries’ borders shut down and much of the population under stay at home orders, going on vacation is out of the questions and even getting out for a local excursion may be difficult. Thankfully, many of
We all had trips planned for the year 2020. Everyone was extremely excited to have a time of life until flight operations were suspended. All the excitement turned into disappointment with the sudden cancellation of trips. People had no choice other than sitting at home. All the wanderlusts are certainly facing a tough time these
Dad doesn’t need another tie or even another mask. We will all be traveling again so get him geared up with our picks for some of the best Father’s Day gifts to help dad stay safe and comfortable on his next trip. SelfSafe Need a convenient place to keep all your important information
Tired of old man winter? If you’re ready to come out of hibernation and take a peek towards summer, then you’re in luck. Flower show season has arrived with bit of spring sprouting up in major cities around the U.S. Check out our list of the biggest and best of these festive shows so you
It’s February and love is in the air. If you’re looking to schedule a romantic vacation, whether for Valentine’s Day or just to get a change of scenery to beat winter cabin fever, grab your sweetheart and make sure to steal a kiss at some of these ravishingly romantic sites. 1. The Empire State Building
It’s possible to make awesome photos during the trip regardless of whether you are a professional or an amateur. Today, everyone wants to get unique photos, especially when it comes to traveling to another city or country. Agree, with the development of Instagram, practically everyone while travel wants to take stunning pictures, otherwise, it may
It can be easy to catch a case of the winter blues after the holidays. Instead of hiding indoors from the cold this year, take advantage of the less crowded travel window and check out these frosty fun festivals. 1. Steamboat Winter Carnival- Steamboat Springs, CO (February 9-13, 2023) Celebrating its 107th year, the Steamboat
Did Santa not give you what you wanted for the holidays? Don’t despair! These nine awesome products are sure to fulfill your travel gadget, gizmo and product wishes! 1. Sleeper Scarf Whether you’re looking for extra support or trying to catch some Z’s on your flight, travel pillows can be a real pain. Avoid the
The holidays are here and everyone knows the best way to kick off the season before the turkey even leaves the oven is a classic Thanksgiving Day Parade. Here are some of the best parades to check out around the country while you do your Thanksgiving travels this year. 1. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade- New
Solo travel could be a personal mission or adventure, where you get to experience the fullness of the journey all by yourself and make your dreams come true. But this most times can be hindered by things like work and other factors, especially if it’s your first time. But not to worry. Today is your
With Veterans Day approaching Americans are encouraged to reflect on the sacrifices of our troops and thank those who served. If you’re traveling this November and want to find a unique way to honor our troops or learn more about the history of the United States Military, here are some destinations you will not want