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Friday, January 14, 2011

Weekly Travel News Roundup

Here's what happened this week in travel:
  • Another series of winter storms snarled air travel across the country, with 49 of 50 states experiencing snowy conditions.  Delays are abating, but be sure to check weather conditions at your destination and keep in touch with your FROSCH travel agent for airport updates. 
  •  A Southwest Airlines pilot is in the news this week for a good deed:  he delayed departure in order to hold the plane for the grieving family of a murder victim.  (A bittersweet story; have the kleenex ready.)
  • The NYTimes Travel section reviews 10 Restaurants worth a plane ride.

  • Sicily's Mt. Etna erupted, prompting officials to briefly shut down two local airports.  The volcano is not expected to pose danger to nearby residents. 
  • Flooding around the world in Brazil, Sri Lanka, and Australia is expected to impact travel and tourism. If you have a trip planned to one of these destinations, contact your FROSCH travel agent for more information. 
  • As you get ready to plan your next cruise, get up to date with these predictions on cruising headlines in 2011
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