Summer Olympics 2024: Here’s How France is Already Preparing to Welcome 1M+ visitors

Credit: Olympics National pride. Intense competitions. Gold medal champions. In two years, the biggest names in sports will come ready to compete on the world stage once again in the Summer 2024 Olympics. For the third time in history, the games are set to take place in Paris, France. From July 26 through August 11, … Read more

Intel in the Air: June Roundup of the Latest Aviation News

As travel demand continues to rise and prices remain high, airlines are thinking of new ways to satisfy their customers and employees. Read on for the latest ‘Intel in the Air’ news roundup, where we’ll cover the biggest travel and aviation news from the month of June. Prices Continue to Rise We’ve been covering the rise … Read more

Trending Summer 2022 U.S. Flight Travel Destinations

For the first time in over two years, there are little to no COVID-19 restrictions holding people back from getting together and traveling. With the summer holiday season ahead and the continuing trend of “revenge travel,” 75% of Americans plan to travel domestically this summer. Here’s where they’re going. Read on for three of the … Read more

5 Ways to Give Thanks This International Flight Attendant Day

International Flight Attendant Day is celebrated each year on May 31st. This holiday is dedicated to honoring the hard work of flight crew members around the world, and making special efforts to show appreciation for them. Flight attendants not only provide great in-flight service to passengers, but are also remarkable professionals who are highly trained … Read more

International Flight Attendant Day: A Look Back at the History of Flight Attendants

Credit: San Diego Air and Space Museum Since the beginning of air travel, flight attendants have played an integral role in shaping the travel experience. International Flight Attendant Appreciation Day is soon approaching on May 31st, honoring the work flight attendants do every day for the aviation industry. Follow along as we take a look back … Read more

The 90-year legacy of Amelia Earhart: celebrating incredible women in aviation

It has been 90 years since Amelia Earhart became the very first female to fly solo across the Atlantic. On May 21, 1932, a 34-year-old Earhart flew from Newfoundland in a Lockheed Vega, landing in Ballyarnnett, Londonderry after just 15 hours, becoming not only the first woman to make the passage, and the first person … Read more