Daily travel news for 2022-05-26: Hotel NFTs, Carry-on bead limits and Eating alone

    • A number of #hotels and resorts are working with cryptocurrency companies to turn hotel bookings into NFTs so they don’t have to give you refunds… https://t.co/m0cwukmG5B
    • This writer makes the case for why dining alone is one of the great joys of travelling. I’d argue that it’s one of the worst things about solo travel… https://t.co/nzONvZsgvp
    • Record-breaking Antarctic temperatures and the re-emergence of international travel have reignited the debate about travel to polar regions… https://t.co/QCiOAScTee

Daily travel news for 2022-05-24: What travel teaches us, Rental car shortage, This summer’s flightmare

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    • The lack of rental cars this summer if just over more thing for Canadian travellers to worry about.… https://t.co/5gTIdNQIfq


Daily travel news for 2022-05-23: Japan’s cautious reopening, CDC testing recommendation and Airplane parts as furniture

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    • The CDC is recommending all domestic travellers in the US test for Covid before and after their trip. Somehow I don’t think that’s going to happen… https://t.co/enMGqHP0bA
    • Here’s how discarded aircraft components are ending up as furniture. Meanwhile, I remember back in the 70s when my Dad scavenged old airplane seats to weld into the back of our van… https://t.co/2VovmeTMNB
    • It’s not a lack of staff behind the delays at Canada’s airports, says the federal transport minister. It’s ‘rusty’travellers… https://t.co/iiB2rkSw0B
    • Have you seen the spectacular images of the world’s longest suspension footbridge that has opened in Czechia?… https://t.co/KSg7NQjaaE


Daily travel news for 2022-05-12: Expert wants vaccine mandate scrapped for travellers, Road trip books and Travelling with teens

    • This Canadian infectious diseases physician suggests that it’s time to scrap federal vaccine mandates for travellers… https://t.co/NiTJRfnMM5
    • This dad says that high-speed internet is essential if you’re travelling with teens. Like the parents don’t want it for themselves… https://t.co/1Ub7QN8Cjy
    • Hawaiian Airlines is investing in electric ground effect vehicles to ferry passengers from island to island… https://t.co/QkfelmX1hF
    • Amid all the noise about sustainable #travel, why should we choose to listen to Prince Harry, a royal with a penchant for private jets… https://t.co/Tl0DI71OvZ


Daily travel news for 2022-05-11: The greatest decade for travel, Landing an airplane and Travellers are angy

    • The Telegraph has a series of nostalgic essays about what was the greatest decade for #travel. May I propose it’s whichever one you were young and first began to travel? https://t.co/vhJ7V8RCB6
    • One day, all of those hours I’ve logged on Microsoft Flight Simulator are going to pay off when something like this happens… https://t.co/9ZQUXLKSHB
    • Travel is back, but passengers are more badly behaved than ever, flight cancellations are common and airlines are hiking prices. No wonder travellers are angry… https://t.co/m3gF9wCafY
    • The first-ever direct commercial flights from Whitehorse and Yellowknife to Toronto took off yesterday thanks to service from Air North… https://t.co/kaPAH2eE7f