Tagged: COVID travel

A Federal Judge in Australia has found Carnival negligent

Listen Now On the Saturday, October 28th edition of The Travel Guys…  Southwest extends it’s schedule into August, and announces a record number of flights; plus a Federal Judge in Australia has found Carnival negligent in not canceling a cruise that led to the COVID-related deaths of over 250 people. Have you ever Pre-Tipped for restaurant food and/or delivery? What if the order isn’t correct or the delivery prompt? You already tipped. Mark says he...

Hawaii adds another fee to the cost of a hotel room

Listen Now On the Sunday, February 5th edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, Hawaii is about to add another fee to the cost of a hotel room; while airfares, which have taken a typical winter dip in recent months, look like they are climbing for the summer. The Sacramento Airport has announced a major expansion project, with additional gates, a walkway to terminal B and more. Chris Elliott, America’s premier consumer advocate,...

FAA says a contractor mistake caused the US aviation shut down

Listen Now On the Sunday, January 22nd edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, the FAA now says a contractor made a mistake which caused the entire US aviation system to shut down. Frontier Airlines recently eliminated your ability to speak to them on the phone. Let’s check up and see how that working out for them. Travel is more expensive post-COVID, so the search for bargains becomes even more important. Our Smarter...

Starbucks has devalued its rewards program

Listen Now* *If you listened live on Sunday, January 8, the second half of the show did not air. To catch the whole show, listen above. On the Sunday, January 8th edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, those who love their Starbucks on the road will be getting free coffee and treats a little less often. The coffee giant has devalued its rewards program. Plus, we report on some interviews Kuwait Airlines...