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United Airlines makes a major concession on ticket credits

Listen Now On the Sunday, September 5th edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, Maui has joined Oahu in creating a program which insures travelers who enter restaurants, and other indoor venues, have proof of vaccination, either through a unique program on your phone or by presenting a vaccination card. The Queen Mary, which has been enjoying retirement in Long Beach for the past 50 or so years, may be done as a...

Cruise lines can’t sail from Florida until they reach required vaccination threshold

Listen Now On the Sunday, June 6th edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, Florida governor Ron DeSantis has an interesting Catch-22 on his hands. The cruise lines can’t sail from Florida, even on test cruises, until they reach 95% vaccination for passengers and 98% for crew. But DeSantis has declared no one will have to give out their vaccination status in Florida. So how do the cruise lines meet those thresholds? Mediation...

How to be prepared for unusual weather when traveling

Listen Now On the Sunday, May 23rd edition of The Travel Guys…  Mark is live from Oracle Park in San Francisco, Tom is in studio in Sacramento. In the Travel News, Spain says if you’ve been vaccinated, welcome; as we predicted last week, at least half of the Alaska cruise season has been salvaged, and the Canadian and Mexican borders remain closed for another month – but there’s a glimmer of hope. In our Smarter...

TSA Holiday Airport Tips and a Visit from a Local Band

On the Sunday, November 24th edition of The Travel Guys… * In the Travel News, Hawaiian Airlines flight attendants have voted to strike for the first time in the company’s 90 year history.  The vote was nearly unanimous.  The earliest a strike could legally occur would be sometime in January/February.  Experts think that is unlikely, considering the increased competition in the islands with the addition of Southwest Airlines.  A strike would be particularly harmful to...