Tagged: Gwen Duncan

Cruise ships approved to begin process of sailing again

Listen Now On the Sunday, May 30th, Memorial Weekend edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, cruise ships are getting approval to begin the process of sailing again, and a Sacramento flyer will never board a Southwest plane again after attacking a flight attendant. Vaccine passports are becoming a reality in many international countries. Want to travel? You may need one, like it or not. We’ll give you an update in our Smarter...

Reopening continues at museums, hotels and theme parks

Listen Now On the Sunday, April 18th edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, reopening continues at museums, hotels and attractions, especially theme parks. Southwest has announced new service to two Pacific Northwest cities, Eugene, Oregon, and Bellingham, Washington. While you would have to connect to those destinations (no non-stops from Sacramento), it’s important to note that Bellingham is very close to the Canadian border (when it reopens) and is also the jumping...

Where does travel go from here, and how do we do it safely?

Listen Now On the Sunday, March 21st edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, Disneyland is reopening at 15% of capacity and only Californians are allowed to buy tickets; and the pandemic is causing airlines to cut hundreds of millions of dollars in NBA, NFL and MLB sports sponsorships. Will that impact player salaries soon? Did you hear the one about the airline passenger who tried to bite his seat mate’s ear off?...

Cruise Passenger Protection Act mandates doctor on every ship

Listen Now On the Sunday, December 13th edition of The Travel Guys… In the Travel News, the new defense bill passed by the Senate and the House of Representatives this week contains a signature item from Sacramento Congresswoman Doris Matsui, the Cruise Passenger Protection Act, which was placed inside the bill. The defense spending bill could still be vetoed by President Trump. The Cruise Passenger Protection Act was originally introduced by Congresswoman Matsui in April...