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  • American Airlines Cancels Flights Due to Staff Shortages as US Carriers Scramble to Manage the Resurgence of Travel Demands American Airlines canceled hundreds of flights over the weekend, with additional disruptions expected this week, marking the latest setback for an industry trying to survive as travel demand rises from the COVID-19 shutoffs.

  • Hundreds of Southwest Flights Canceled or Delayed Due to Technological Problems Amid Passenger Surge Southwest Airlines announced it has canceled or delayed many of its scheduled flights after experiencing technological issues. Authorities have been struggling with the problems for the third day in a row that has affected many of its customers.

  • Does my Car Insurance Cover Rental Cars? When renting a car, you'll often be asked if you'd like to pay an additional fee to cover the vehicle's insurance. If you thought you could rent a car for seven days for $7 per day, what would you do? Think again!

  • COVID-19 Third Wave Threatens Europe, More Likely To Cancel Summer Holidays A possible COVID-19 third wave threatens Europe and will likely cancel the summer holidays, according to government scientists.

  • Joe Biden Eyes Mid-May to Start Relaxing COVID-19 Travel Restrictions, Sources Claim Biden administration hopes to lift COVID-19 travel restrictions on the Mexico-Canada border by mid-May and relax existing flight bans.

  • Plan to Study Abroad? Here Are 6 Movies and TV Series You Should Watch to Get You Ready for The Experience 6 Movies and TV Series You Should Watch to Get You Ready for The Experience

  • The COVID-19 Effects on Canadian Immigration in 2021 What are the COVID-19 effects on Canadian immigration in 2021? Find out how you can move to Canada in 2021 during the pandemic!

  • The Deadliest Road in Houston Houston streets, car accident law firms, and their corresponding car wreck lawyers frequently see fatal car accidents, sometimes multiple in one day alone. But did you know that Interstate 45, a busy interstate that runs through Houston, has been claimed as one of the most dangerous interstates in the country?

  • US Coast Guard Rescues Skier After Bear Attack, Airlifts Victim from Alaska Mountainside Rescuers airlifted an Alaskan skier after he was nearly killed in a bear attack in the mountainside where a brown bear mauled him.

  • 5 Things to Do in the French Quarter (Besides Bar-Hop) Welcome to the French Quarter, the oldest neighborhood in the city of New Orleans! Developed after the founding of New Orleans in 1718, the French Quarter became the center of New Orleans we know and adore. Today, "The Quarter" is well known as the beating heart of New Orleans, drawing in travelers from all over the world.

  • How to Choose the Perfect Vacation Rental A vacation is a much-needed break from life. If you are planning a vacation, you'll want a good place to stay. A vacation rental offers good lodgings at the right price. It also has enough room for a large group. Before you leave, there are a few things you'll want to keep in mind. Timing and dates are important. The same is true of safety and security as well as a place with lots of privacy.

  • 5 Tips for Traveling Treasure Hunters in Southern California Finding that special treasure in antique stores or wherever you hunt for treasures can be quite exciting. This could seem easy enough, but things can get a little complicated if you're traveling across Southern California and other vast regions. The following tips will help traveling treasure hunters prevent problems on the road.

  • Things to See and Do in Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon, is one of the most amazing places to visit because of the sheer character of the city. Surely you've seen at least an episode of Portlandia, the sketch comedy series with Fred Armisen (formerly of Saturday Night Live) and Carrie Brownstein (formerly of a band called Sleater-Kinney).

  • 5 Tips for Young Travelers As a young adult, you're likely excited about getting out of your home town and into the world. Traveling is on your mind, and you're eager to get started. Before you jump on the next bus or book a cross-country flight, take the time to plan your trip. You'll want to be prepared for any situation. Read on to learn five tips you should implement before you head out on your next adventure.

  • Items You Don't Want To Forget To Pack You've waited for weeks or even months for a vacation. Now that it's just a few days away, you're anxious to hit the road and leave your cares behind. The time has come to pack your bags and get ready for your much-needed trip. While you've picked out your outfits and gathered your toiletries, you can't help but wonder if something is missing from your luggage. Going on vacation without your favorite dress might dampen your mood a bit, but forgetting to pack these items listed below could alter your entire experience.

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