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Travelers With Visa, MasterCard And AmEx Can Pay By Using iPhone 6

BY WENDY HUNG How annoying is it when you’re about to pay up at a restaurant in Europe then you’re told American Express isn’t accepted? Thankfully, things are about to change! Apple’s new partnership with Visa, MasterCard and American Express will allow travelers to pay with their iPhones, as reported by Bloomberg. The innovative technology […]

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New Tool Displays WiFi Speed Information Directly Onto, Expedia, and TripAdvisor

This Awesome New Tool Displays A Hotel’s WiFi Speed Info

BY TEAM JST “Is there WiFi here?” Isn’t that every traveler’s question of the moment! Good news…Now you’ll know ahead of time how fast each hotel’s WiFi connection runs before committing to your booking. Hotel WiFi Test is a leading company for collecting, analyzing, and distributing hotel WiFi data from around the world. Today, it released a […]

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Recognized by many as the airline industry’s first frequent flyer program, Robert Crandall, President and Chairman of American Airlines, launched AAdvantage in 1981.  Today, AAdvantage continues strong with around 67 million members.

American Airlines Patch Things Up With Orbitz

BY TEAM JST “You won’t find our fares on Orbitz” was the huge headline that American Airlines ran on its homepage this week. It linked to a statement about the change and a lengthy Q&A for customers. By Friday, all was good. That item was taken down and AA released a separate statement indicating it would […]

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Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and the whole family arrive in Japan

Brangelina Got Married In France! Here’s How You Can Plan A French Wedding

BY WENDY HUNG After nine years together and two years of engagement, the world’s most famous couple finally made it official! Brangelina got married this week in their estate in Southern France, Chateau Miraval. Before exchanging vows, the couple had already obtained a marriage license from a California judge who also conducted the civil […]

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Due To Ebola Outbreak, Air France Temporarily Stops Flights To Sierra Leone

BY TEAM JST If you’re heading to Freetown, Sierra Leone via Air France, sorry, but your flight has been cancelled. France’s largest airline released a statement on Wednesday in response to the request by the French government that it would stop flights to the region for now due to the Ebola outbreak. As of this week, […]

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electronic devices takeoff landing

Use Your Devices During Takeoffs & Landings On Two Australian Airlines!

BY TEAM JST Big news for travelers on Qantas and Virgin Australia! Starting today, both Australian airlines will allow you to use your electronic devices during takeoffs and landings. You’ll get to play with your phone, watch your shows and movies without any interruption and even make phone calls. Text away, my friends. Lyell Strambi, Qantas Domestic […]

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SLS Las Vegas

8 Reasons Why SLS Las Vegas Is The New “It” Hotspot

BY TEAM JST After a $415 million dollar renovation of what used to be the Sahara, the new SLS Las Vegas has opened with a bang. Sam Nazarian, founder Chairman and CEO, said, This is the beginning of a new era for The Strip. We are thrilled to throw open our doors and show the world […]

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