Tagged: California

The world’s first airline designed for dogs is coming soon

Listen Now On the Saturday, April 13th edition of The Travel Guys…  In The Travel News, dogs are in the headlines. There’s a new airline called BARK; and a dog traveling in first class used the aisle as a restroom on a flight this week, causing a diversion. Plus, Airbnb has changed a key policy regarding cancellations. Sacramento Metro Airport is overhauling the food concessions and good food news is on the horizon. Plus, when...

737 Max 9 aircraft ok to head back in the sky after inspections

Listen Now On the Saturday, January 27th edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, Alaska and United have gotten the OK to put 737 Max 9 aircraft back in the sky after inspections starting tomorrow. Meanwhile, Kayak.com reports that more and more travelers are trying to avoid the Max 9. And California joins the list of states with digital licenses (think TSA). Travelers United has put out a list of driving tips for...

Amsterdam taking steps to improve quality of the visitor experience

Listen Now On the Sunday, April 2nd edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, Amsterdam (The Netherlands) says enough is enough, and talks about taking steps to improve the quality of the visitor experience. That could mean some changes to the city’s red light district. A new study shows the complaints about airline refunds are up ten-fold compared to pre-COVID numbers. Mark has some thoughts on why that that could be happening. With...

Delta Airlines asks for government help with Do Not Fly list

Listen Now On the Sunday, February 6th edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, Delta Airlines asks the government for help, saying it would be easier and better for all flyers if the government took control of the Do Not Fly list. Speaking of airlines, one has changed its baggage policy in a sneaky way (no surprise there) that could cost you some cash. We’ll help you avoid the trap. We’ll make you...