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When I planned my move to Sweden a few years ago, I tried to figure out how to get past the 90-day limit placed on tourist visas in the Schengen Area. This is a problem encountered by thousands of travelers every year and a question that regularly (especially this …


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Including a remote Scottish island with wonderful wildlife, a hidden foodie gem in the East Midlands and a traditional Cornish village.
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European airport trade association ACI Europe released its traffic report for August 2018, during which average passenger traffic in geographical Europe expanded by +5.1% compared with the same month last year. While this slightly higher than in July (+4.8%), August confirmed a growth deceleration at Europe’s airports when compared to H1 (+6.7%).
Passenger traffic at non-EU airports increased by +6.7% - almost the same rate as in July (+6.8%). These airports accounted for the bulk of the growth deceleration at Europe’s airports when compared to H1 (+6.7%).

Passenger traffic at non-EU airports increased by +6.7% - almost the same rate as in July (+6.8%). These airports accounted for the bulk of the growth deceleration (down from +10.5% in H1). Turkish airports in particular saw passenger traffic growth further weakening at +5% (+7.2% in July) – a reflection of the country’s economic woes. Meanwhile, airports in Albania, Belarus, Bosnia Herzegovina, FYROM, Georgia, Iceland, Montenegr
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o, and Ukraine all achieved double-digit growth.
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How do I know our collective travel literacy is lacking? I run a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization that helps travelers every day. This summer, our caseload spiked to levels I’ve never seen. I’m talking hundreds of complaints a week and, often, more.

Most were the result of simple travel misunderstandings — people who wanted refunds on nonrefundable airline tickets or to be let off the hook for damage to their rental cars. No, Americans aren’t the world’s savviest travelers. Less than half of us even have passports.

Travel literacy falls into two broad categories: understanding how the travel industry works, with its often arcane rules and restrictions; and being aware of other cultures and customs. One is easy to overcome; the other isn’t.
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Did you know you’re only a flight away from social media stardom? Here’s your guide to the most perfect weekend getaway, with no digital detox and a lot of WiFi.

Your journey starts at the airport's arrival door when you board the hotel’s latest Range Rover. Greet the driver merhaba (hello) and enjoy the coast road leading to the hotel. That’ll do for your first Instagram story.

Half an hour later, you’ve reached the western point of the Bodrum peninsula, Turkey's original south Aegean seaside resort surrounded by the Gulf of Mandalya (Gulluk Bay) in the north, the Gulf of Kerme (Gokova Bay) in the south and the Aegean Sea in the west. This is where you'll check in at the Marriott’s Edition collection’s new addition. A 102 guest rooms, suites and villas resort that recently opened.
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According to Mastercard’s 2018 Global Destination Cities Index, everyone’s all about Bangkok.

“In a world of rising nationalism, international travel takes on greater importance—breaking down barriers, broadening our horizons and driving economic impact felt throughout the world’s cities,” Mastercard shared in a statement about its index.

For 10 years, the credit card company has analyzed the travel habits and destination choices of its users. According to its 2018 findings, after looking at 162 cities around the globe the top destination travelers are flocking to is Bangkok, followed closely by London and Paris.
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On Friday an unruly Delta passenger headbutted a flight attendant. Derek Maas was removed from the flight via emergency landing in Oklahoma City.
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Virgin Atlantic is about conduct a real-world test of its greener jet fuel. The airline plans to use LanzaTech's sustainable fuel for the first time in a commer...
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When it comes to airfare, it's all about the timing.

CheapAir.com released the results from its international airfare study on Thursday, and the results could have serious implications for the next time you book a trip out of the country.