travel

Skip the wait: Uber now offering entire car rentals directly from the app

Uber announced they will begin offering a new option to book long-term car rentals. The ride-share app has partnered with brands like Avis and Hertz to provide Uber Rent nationwide, with an additional valet service rolling out in DC next month.
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See how travelers snagged $202 round-trip tickets to Japan: 'I'm still in shock'

A group of friends got the surprise of a lifetime that landed them across the world for an unbelievably low cost of only $202. The deal included two round-trip tickets totaling almost $500 exactly. “The deal was totally worth it. I’m still in shock”
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Why (and how) to renew your passport now, even if you’re not traveling soon

Although an international trip is likely still a ways off, you should grab your passport and check when it expires. Now is one of the best times to renew your passport even if it doesn’t expire in 2021.
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This California city will pay you to visit, literally

A small town near California’s Central Coast wants tourists to come back so badly it is paying people to visit. The only catch is that you have to stay at least two nights.
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TSA mask mandate for travel now in effect

Starting today if you’re flying on a plane you MUST mask up and you have to keep it on during the entire flight. Those are the new TSA rules.
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Airlines push back against COVID testing for domestic travel: 'It's wholly impractical'

The CDC has disclosed they are “actively looking” at the prospect of COVID testing becoming mandatory for domestic flights. Now US airlines are pushing back calling it a logistical challenge.
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Hilarious video asks tourists to stop copying viral photos: 'Share something new'

New Zealand recently shared a video as part of a new tourism campaign that asks visitors to stop copying viral photos. In the now-viral video, a comedian tells tourists to stop traveling ‘under the social influence.’ Read more now.
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Will Americans need a negative COVID test to fly domestically?

Earlier this week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines requiring a negative COVID test for international passengers traveling to the United States. Will you need one for domestic travel?
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Airline will stop running controversial COVID vaccine-themed ‘Jab & Go’ ads

Low-cost airline Ryanair has agreed to pull its controversial “Jab & Go” advertisements. The ads began running at the end of last year and insinuated that once COVID vaccines were administered people could begin flying freely as soon as the spring.
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Hotel industry continues to face COVID challenges, full recovery not expected until 2024

The American Hotel & Lodging Association recently released its State of the Hotel Industry 2021 report, examining the economics of recovery after the industry experienced the “worst year on record” in 2020.
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