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Royal Fans Give London Tourism a Bump Amid UK Economic Woes

By: Kelvin Chan Royal fans have poured into the heart of London to experience the flag-lined roads, pomp-filled processions and, above all, brave a mileslong...

Pocono Mountains Fall Festival Guide for Families

By: Emily Whalen In the Pocono Mountains, we love fall and all the festivals that come with it. As the leaves turn to bright hues...

United Airlines Invests $15M in Electric Aviation Startup; Buys Up to 500 Flying Taxis

Edited by: Fern Sidman United Airlines thinks that in a few years, plenty of big-city customers will pay $100 or more for a one-way ride...

Tel Aviv Hotel Built by American Settlers Gets a New Lease on Life

Edited by: TJVNews.com One of Tel Aviv’s most stylish hotels in located in the American colony outside Jaffa and has a most fascinating history. According...

Visiting the Berkshires & the National Yiddish Book Center

A historical, intellectual and visual trip with friends and family By: Ethel G. Hofman It’s been a scorcher of a summer, so when a friend suggested...

Despite 9/11 Attack, Airplane Cockpits Still Don’t Have Secondary Barriers

By:  Ilana Siyance On the 21st anniversary of the 9/11 terror attack, there is still one 9/11 Commission Report recommendation that hasn’t been carried out. Commercial...

Airlines Count on Business Travelers to Keep Recovery Going

By: David Koenig With summer vacations winding down, airlines are counting on the return of more business travelers to keep their pandemic recovery going into...

Royal Caribbean Group to Use SpaceX’s Starlink to Provide High-speed Internet Onboard Full Cruise Fleet

Royal Caribbean Group to Use SpaceX’s Starlink to Provide High-speed Internet Onboard Full Cruise Fleet Edited by: TJVNews.com Royal Caribbean Group announced on Tuesday its plan...

2 Air France Pilots Suspended After Fighting in Cockpit

By: AP Fisticuffs in the cockpit, leaving a leaky engine running while cruising over Africa -- Air France pilots are under scrutiny after recent incidents...

United Airlines Sued for Cancelling Flight to Israel, Lying to Passengers

The suit, filed Friday, accuses the American firm of fraud, breach of contract and negligence, among other charges. By:  Batya Jerenberg A passenger on United Airlines...

Jewish Travel: Bring on the Berkshires …

Ethel G. Hofman ( JNS) It’s been a scorcher of a summer, so when a friend suggested a trip to the Berkshire Mountains, this Northeasterner was...

9 Ways to Enjoy Jerusalem’s Eclectic Art Scene

From scribal arts to Islamic arts, contemporary sculpture to DIY ceramics and one-of-a-kind Judaica, Israel’s capital city is teeming with ingenuity. By: Jessica Halfin &...

American Airlines Deal With Boom Supersonic Poised To Cut US-Israel Travel Time In Half

(JNS) – American Airlines and Boom Supersonic announced Tuesday that the airline has agreed to buy up to 20 Overture aircraft, with an option...

American Airlines to Buy 20 Supersonic Airliners From Boom Supersonic

By: Bryan Jung – TheEpochTimes.com American Airlines announced on Tuesday that it has agreed to purchase 20 supersonic Overture planes from Boom Supersonic, both companies...

Experience One Last Pocono Mountains Summer Blast on Labor Day Weekend

By: Emily Whalen Take advantage of the warm weather and long hours of daylight while they last. Treat yourself to an end-of-summer vacation in the...

Has Remote Work Changed the Travel Landscape?

By: Sam Kemmis While some workers return to the office this year, many others continue to work remotely indefinitely. This seismic shift has changed where...

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