Airlines are Selling Your Personal Information
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On the Sunday, June 28th edition of The Travel Guys…
- In the travel news, Washington State is the latest to require travelers to wear a mask, Hawaii announces a date for arrivals to resume and Princess will headquarter two ships in The Golden State next year…
- In the Smarter Traveler segment, Mark asks if it’s ok with you that American and United Airlines are selling your travel and web records for billons of dollars, via loans secured by their frequent flyer programs. And we look into all the concerts and events that have been canceled. Where are the refunds?
- The second half of the show features a travel round table with Gwen Duncan of Cordially Yours Travel. Gwen is an avid cruiser and we discuss when she might next get on the open seas. Then we ask our listeners the same question…
- European Union Will Bar US Travelers When It Reopens
- US Travel Reacts to EU’s Plans to Ban American Travelers
- American Airlines to End Middle-Seat Blocking, Will Now Fill Flights to Capacity
- Marriott CEO Says Wearing Masks ‘Significant Part’ of Hotel Industry Comeback
- Majestic Princess Joins Sister Ships in Los Angeles for 2021/2022 Season
- SkyTeam Airlines Adopt SkyCare&Protect Safety Pledge
- Should airlines be allowed to pawn travel records to cover cash-flow problems?