Study: Most Airport Restaurants Offer Healthy Alternatives

We’ve all been there. Waiting to board a long-haul flight, a slight rumble in the stomach makes you second guess how effective the in-flight meal will be in curbing your cross-continent hunger.

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The Rail Way To Travel In Europe

The lull of the train almost whisks you to sleep, but outside a Tuscan countryside, castles on top of Alpine mountains and perhaps even a little foreign graffiti for good measure keep you awake. Traveling Europe by train is one of the best ways to see so much in a short amount of time. One minute you could be in Rome. Within hours you are in Paris and you did it all without entering an airport.

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Hong Kong International Airport Weighing Options for Expansion

Hong Kong International Airport recently rolled out options for the hub’s 20 year master development plan. The plans consist of two options. One would add a third runway while the other would keep only 2 runways while expanding terminal facilities.

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United Airlines Launches Non-Stop Route Between Los Angeles and Shanghai

Today United Airlines kicked off daily non-stop service between Los Angeles, California and Shanghai, China.

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First Yotel Property to Open in NYC June 1

The British hotel group Yotel will open its first U.S. property in New York City on June 1. The 669-room hotel is located just off Times Square. The hip Yotel brand offers tons of automated features.

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