The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is anticipating that security checkpoints nationwide will be busy during the upcoming holiday travel season. In order to have an airport and flying experience that's as stress-free as possible, we've gathered some practical and useful tips.
In 2020, the usual hustle and bustle of holiday travel was stunted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with the Bureau of Transportation Statistics reporting an overall decline in the total number of holiday travel trips taken by Americans, down 5.5 billion from the corresponding period in 2019. And though things aren't necessarily "back to normal" these days, new insight indicates we're in a lot better position for 2021 as the snowy season approaches.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, how travelers are planning—and protecting—their trips has dramatically changed. According to a recent AAA Travel survey, more than half (55%) of American adults are planning a vacation of at least one overnight stay before the end of next year. Even better? Those travelers are increasingly turning to travel insurance to protect their vacation investments.
In personal life and in the workplace, you may have noticed the increasingly common conversation surrounding personal pronouns. However, you may still not understand what exactly it all means and why personal pronouns are so important. Keep reading to learn why using correct personal pronouns is a respectful, inclusive and simple choice.
Recent findings from MMGY Travel Intelligence, MMGY Global's research and insights division, highlights continuing strength in traveler sentiment, including high expectations for 2021 holiday travel. The organization's study also reveals the vast majority of vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers are planning trips in the months ahead, but the types of trips they are planning are different. Learn more about what to expect.