Passengers

I've worked on cruise ships for over 7 years.  Here are the 8 biggest mistakes first-time passengers make.

I’ve worked on cruise ships for over 7 years. Here are the 8 biggest mistakes first-time passengers make.

I’ve worked on cruises for seven years and have seen my fair share of new passengers make mistakes. Try not to overpack, and don’t bother walking your luggage on board instead of checking it. Book your excursions in advance to save time and make sure you get the tours you want. Loading Something is loading. …

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Carnival Cruise Line Has a Problem That's Great for Passengers

Carnival Cruise Line Has a Problem That’s Great for Passengers

After the pandemic devastated the cruise industry, a lot of questions remained as to how long it would take for the major cruise lines to get back to normal. The answer is kind of split as Royal Caribbean International (RCL) and Carnival Cruise Line (CCL) got their fleets up and running very quickly from ports …

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American Airlines Passengers Report Mysterious Noises On Flight Intercom

American Airlines IATA/ICAO Code: AA/AAL Airline Type: Full Service Carrier Hub(s): Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, Miami International Airport, New York JFK Airport, LaGuardia Airport, Philadelphia International Airport, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Year Founded: 1926 Alliance: oneworld CEO: Robert Isom Country: United States …

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Transportation Dept.  Proposes New Rule to Ease Air Travel Chaos for Passengers

Transportation Dept. Proposes New Rule to Ease Air Travel Chaos for Passengers

Amid an infuriating summer for air travel, the Department of Transportation is proposing changes to federal policy that guide flight refunds, providing more recourse for passengers when airlines cancel flights or significantly alter a flight’s schedule, route or seat categories. The rule, which the agency will decide on after a 90-day public comment period closes, …

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