Indian travelers more confident than Japanese, Aussies

Indian travelers more confident than Japanese, Aussies

For the most part, residents of Asia-Pacific can travel again. But some are more confident about packing their bags than others. Travel confidence is “diverse and nuanced” in the region, according to a new survey commissioned by the travel website Booking.com. Some 11,000 people in the region were polled about their comfort levels and concerns, … Read more

The Remarkables Discusses Their Future Expansion Plans

The Remarkables Discusses Their Future Expansion Plans

The Remarkables is preparing for an exciting future. It was announced back in November that the New Zealand ski resort was looking to expand onto a terrain pod called the Doolans. Last week, Paul Anderson, the CEO of NZSki, which runs The Remarkables, spoke with Leanne Malcolm of The Platform NZ to discuss their future … Read more

Daredevil Kate Middleton beams as she joins GB crew in high speed sailing race in new video

The Duchess of Cambridge (left) was accompanied by Sir Ben Ainslie (centre) during her visit to SailGB and 'friendly' race against the New Zealand crew

The Duchess of Cambridge was filmed beaming as she joined the GB crew in a friendly race against the New Zealand team during a visit to SailGB in Plymouth last week. A new clip, posted on the Duke and Duchess’ Instagram account, shows sporty Kate Middleton, 40, donning a wet suit and jumping aboard a … Read more

New Zealand’s borders are fully reopening after more than two years

New Zealand's borders are fully reopening after more than two years

After more than two years, New Zealand is fully reopening its borders and welcoming back all international travelers. The country is reopening on July 31, some three months earlier than previously announced. Earlier this year, New Zealand’s borders were opened to Australians and citizens of 60 places that do not need visas to enter, including … Read more

Will William and Kate await Women’s Euro 2022 final?

HRH on the high seas!  Kate Middleton, 40, will join Sir Ben Ainslie and the Great Britain SailGP Team in a yacht race off the coast of Plymouth, channeling her competitive spirit as the sailors go head-to-head with New Zealand.  Pictured, the Duchess at a sailing regatta in August 2019

A day of sporting fun for Kate? Duchess will go sailing with Sir Ben Ainslie and Plymouth on Sunday – as royal fans call on her and William to cheer on the Lionesses at Wembley that night Duchess of Cambridge will attend a sailing event in Plymouth on Sunday Royal fans have called on Kate … Read more

10 beautiful budget places to stay in midlife

10 beautiful budget places to stay in midlife

We were wet, we were cold and my friend, Jane, and I had made the cardinal sin of arriving early at our Lake District youth hostel. We were not allowed in and had to huddle, with our soggy backpacks, under nearby trees until the permitted “admission time” and the bolt on the door was drawn … Read more

Merlin Labs Raises $105 Million To Solve The Pilot Shortage By Robotizing Airplanes

Merlin Labs Raises $120 Million To Solve The Pilot Shortage By Robotizing Airplanes

HASs air travelers suffer through a summer of flight delays and cancellations fueled in part by a pilot shortage, Merlin Labs is one of a slew of companies working on a long-term solution: taking pilots out of the cockpit by developing computer systems that allow planes to fly themselves. The Boston-based startup has won $105 … Read more

Merlin Labs Raises $120 Million To Solve The Pilot Shortage By Robotizing Airplanes

Merlin Labs Raises $120 Million To Solve The Pilot Shortage By Robotizing Airplanes

HASs air travelers suffer through a summer of flight delays and cancellations fueled in part by a pilot shortage, Merlin Labs is one of a slew of companies working on a long-term solution: taking pilots out of the cockpit by developing computer systems that allow planes to fly themselves. The Boston-based startup has won $120 … Read more

Best cities around the world to take a working vacation

Best cities around the world to take a working vacation

Americans don’t need a passport to get to the No. 1 global city to take a working vacation. Kansas City, Missouri, was named the best city in the world to work during the day and explore after hours without having to use too much of your PTO time, according to a recent analysis from Icelandair. … Read more