Tagged: hawaii

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...

Carnival Cruise Lines becomes first to sail 100 million passengers

Listen Now On the Sunday, March 19th edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, after a number of near misses on runways at the nation’s airports, the government is calling for more air traffic controllers to be in the tower, and Carnival Cruise Lines becomes the first to sail 100 million passengers. Our Smarter Traveler segment offers a variety of tips – A warning about vacation rentals in Hawaii, a reminder on how...

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,...

Planning a trip to Hawaii? We have some tips for you.

Listen Now On the Sunday, November 13th edition of The Travel Guys…  Airlines are adjusting their miles-spend requirements to achieve various status levels BACK to the pre-COVID era days. Bar Harbor, Maine, has voted to limit cruise ship arrivals, the latest small town to do so. Delta Airlines is expecting 5 MILLLION flyers Thanksgiving week. If you are one of them, we wish you the best. Planning a trip to Hawaii? Mark just returned from...