Delta has canceled hundreds of Thanksgiving flights, a new glass-domed train is in the works and more
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Every weekend, we round up the top miles, points and travel news that you might have missed on TPG this week. Here’s what you need to know:
As of noon ET on Thanksgiving day alone, Delta canceled 263 flights. The airline canceled 96 flights on Wednesday, Nov. 25, another 85 flights canceled Friday, and another 25 on Saturday.
Rocky Mountaineer plans to launch a new route from Denver to Moab beginning August 2021. The route, named Rockies to the Red Rocks, will be two days with one night in a hotel in Glenwood Springs.
Time is luxury: Why all high-end hotels should follow The Peninsula in eliminating check-in/out times
Beginning Jan. 1, 2021, Peninsula Hotels will eliminate rigid check-in and check-out times.
With ten seats in first, 20 in biz, 36 in extra-legroom coach and 36 in standard economy, the 102-seater A321T is the swankiest in the fleet.
The flight between Singapore to New York is a monster. As a result, some serious thought goes into all elements of the flight.
Over the course of 96 hours, TPG Engagement Editor Richard Kerr’s new RV sprung a roof leak, his son fell off a campground playground breaking his arm and Kerr’s brand new 2020 Ram 1500 truck was hit while it was parked in his campsite. Here’s why he can’t wait to go camping again.
As of Dec. 15, arrivals from non-travel corridor countries can choose to have their quarantine period slashed from 14 days to five days as part of what is being billed as the “Test to release for international travel” strategy — a development of the Global Travel Taskforce.
Four Seasons private jet experiences are back with a limited number of exclusive itineraries that whisk deep-pocketed travelers to multiple properties across the globe.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International (ATL) will continue to hold the title for the nation’s busiest airport, but the runners-up are much more surprising.
Even if you’re keeping your passport in the safe this year, there’s one international travel necessity you shouldn’t forget to pack. And that’s an international power converter. Here’s why.
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