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Struggling carrier Delta, the nation's third-largest airline, got some good news today. ...read more»

Late last week, Travelocity announced a partnership that delivers new online search options for gay, lesbian, and transgendered travelers....read more»

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Associated Press writer Anick Jesdanun decided to compare airfares found on the big online travel agencies and some of the travel-only search engines. The results are quite interesting.
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2006 has shaped into the year of artist celebrations, with Rembrandt in Holland, Mozart in Vienna, and Picasso in Spain. France will also be celebrating, with Cezanne in Aix-en-Provence this summer, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the artist's death....read more»

On May 22, Montenegro held a referendum to vote on independence from Serbia. Closer ties to the EU could result in a tourism boom, with the amount of Western visitors doubling this year. And hopefully, people who have stayed away due to an unstable political situation will be more likely to visit....read more»

JetBlue is aiming to please beach lovers by adding Aruba to its list of destinations. The carrier, which was recently voted top low-fare airline, has petitioned the U.S. Department of Transportation to allow nonstop service from its hub at New York (JFK) to Aruba....read more»

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On July 1, the New York Philharmonic will kick off the summer concert lineup at the new Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, New York. And if that sounds familiar, there's a reason: the center was built at the site of the original Woodstock Festival in 1969....read more»

When a company redesigns its website, it may be evidence of careful research based on a sincere effort to better connect with customers. On the flip side, a new site may indicate a desperate attempt to re-brand and boost flagging financials. ...read more»

The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has issued its predictions for this year's hurricane season, and things don't look good. Between 13 and 16 named storms are likely, eight or 10 of which will become hurricanes. Find out ways to protect you and your family....read more»

The Cat, a high-speed catamaran, will begin nonstop ferry service between Portland, Maine, and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, on May 26. Previously, The Cat departed solely out of Bar Harbor, Maine, but will now divide its departure days between the two cities through October 16....read more»

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