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Frequent Traveler and Cancellation Updates During the COVID-19 Outbreak

On the Easter Sunday, March 12th edition of The Travel Guys…  In the Travel News, Covid-19 updates of all kinds, as airlines continue to cut schedules down to a bare minimum and cruise lines are grounded for an extended period.  When times are tough, Doubletree Hotels steps up its game.  That means releasing the recipe to those signature chocolate chip cookies they give out at check in at their hotels. You can find the recipe here....

An Important Tip for Traveling Abroad and Holiday River Trains

On the Sunday, December 1st edition of The Travel Guys… * In the Travel News, Uber has run a fowl of the transportation authorities in London and has “lost” its license to operate in the city.  The penalty is suspended however, giving Uber a small window in which to fix their regulatory issues, including passenger safety.  The Travel Guys highlighted Uber’s safety record and policies in a recent program…  Airlines don’t have a lot of...

Do You have the Correct ID to Fly in 2020? An Important Reminder to Have a REAL ID

On the Sunday, September 29th edition of The Travel Guys… * In the Travel News, it’s time to start considering a Real ID.  We have some tips and you can find a complete guide here.  The deadline is October 1st of NEXT year. * A great American tradition, the dining car on the train, is officially going away.  Amtrak is going to pre-prepared foods on its long-distance trains.  Darn. * Steve LaRosa gives us his latest What’s...

Is Your Pre-Existing Condition Covered by Travel Insurance?

On the Sunday, September 8th edition of The Travel Guys… * In the Travel News, an American Airlines mechanic apparently sabotaged one of his company’s aircraft, to insure it would not fly.  It’s apparently part of the ongoing mechanics’ labor issues with American, which is having a disastrous summer, between horrible weather and planes out of service due to mechanics playing strictly by the book.  What happens to cruise ship passengers when a hurricane means...