Monthly Archives: May 2016

Delta adding staff, funding to ease summer security lines

With summer quickly approaching, Delta Air Lines’ 80,000 employees worldwide are helping to ease long security lines and serve both seasoned and first-time travelers.

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TravelSmart 2.0: One Travel App To Rule Them All

When you’re traveling, your smart phone is your best friend and often the only thing standing between you and a vacation disaster.

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Iconic Watergate Hotel to Reopen Following $125 Million Renovation

Washington, D.C.’s Watergate Hotel is synonymous with scandal. But when the iconic hotel reopens next month following an extensive $125 million renovation, it’s likely to connote modern luxury.

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Lyft Will Let People Schedule Rides 24 Hours in Advance

Lyft Inc. is planning to let people book rides as early as 24 hours in advance, an experiment not only in scheduling but pricing.

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TSA head: Expect more airport security delays despite funds

CHICAGO — The head of the Transportation Security Administration warned travelers this week to expect long airport security lines to continue during the peak summer travel season despite Congress’ shifting of $34 million to the agency.

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