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- Princess Cruises offering sailings under $100 per day, up to 40% off cruise fareson June 2, 2023
Princess Cruises is running two new offers beginning Thursday, including discounted fares and reduced deposits.
- Reserve your spot in the TSA line: This airport is testing a free program to save you timeon June 2, 2023
Denver International Airport's new DEN Reserve program lets passengers book appointments for TSA screening so they don't have to wait in long lines.
- Cruising Altitude: Why extra time, travel insurance are good ideas for your summer tripson June 2, 2023
As we move into this busy travel season, travel professionals share their top tips before you leave for the airport.
- Service dogs are allowed on planes, but there are some requirements to get them thereon June 2, 2023
Dogs are the only service animals allowed to fly. Here's what to know about traveling with them, and why other travelers shouldn't pet them.
- Airline seat selection fees should be banned. Until then, here's how to avoid themon June 2, 2023
It costs airlines nothing to reserve passengers a seat, but they're making billions a year from it.
- Grand Canyon North Rim (partially) reopens for 2023. Here's what will be open and closedon June 2, 2023
The North Rim of Grand Canyon will belatedly reopen for the 2023 season on June 2 with reduced services. Here's what visitors need to know.
- Honolulu International Airport shuts down gates after bed bug discoveryon June 2, 2023
Bed bugs were discovered at Hawaii's largest airport this past week, prompting gate closures and deep cleaning.
- Craving a vacation, but have no one to go with? Here's how to safely travel solo.on June 1, 2023
As travel gets back to pre-pandemic levels, more people are traveling alone. Here's how to do it safely.
- Splash Mountain closing at Disneyland: Why it shut down and what Disney plans next.on June 1, 2023
Disneyland's Splash Mountain has officially closed after more than 33 years at the California resort. A new ride will take its place at Disney parks.
- Your cruise was canceled. Now what?on June 1, 2023
Cruise lines may cancel sailings for a variety of reasons, forcing passengers to change their travel plans, sometimes with little notice.