An aircraft that will change the future of flying and ways to travel virtually
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On the Sunday, October 4th edition of The Travel Guys…
- In a reflection of how many people are NOT flying right now, United Airlines says they will fly 49% of its 2019 schedule in November of this year. That’s significant, because it includes the Thanksgiving holiday period.
- Exciting news to future flying. Airbus is working on a new type of plane, one which could change flying forever. It would use eco-friendly hydrogen-based fuels and would come in several shapes and sizes. See the story here.
- Many travelers are staying at or close to home these days, waiting for Covid to clear. But you can travel virtually in even more places than ever. Here are 21 great examples, from our friends at Smartertravel.com.
- Mark spent five days of the past week on tour in mostly rural Nevada. The tour featured parts of the historic Lincoln Highway, and small towns like Ely, Eureka, Austin and Elko. Even the ghost town of Cherry Creek. Mark shares his observations about travel during Covid.
- We dig into the mailbox and answer your questions about airline refunds for fares and other items like seat election. There continue to be questions about travel to Hawaii, and a Sacramento couple wants to know if they can visit family in Canada this Christmas.