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Times Square New Year's Eve Still On, With Smaller Crowd

Times Square New Year's Eve Still On, With Smaller Crowd

TRAVEL | By Michael R. Sisak | Dec 23, 2021

Revelers will still ring in the new year in New York's Times Square next week, there just won't be as many of them as usual under new restrictions.

Thailand Reimposes Quarantine as Concerns Over Omicron Grow

Thailand Reimposes Quarantine as Concerns Over Omicron Grow

TRAVEL | By Busaba Sivasomboon, Patrick Quinn | Dec 21, 2021

Thailand has reimposed a mandatory quarantine for visitors and suspended a "test-and-go" plan for fully vaccinated arrivals as omicron concerns grow.

Finland's Christmas Resorts in Full Swing But Fear Omicron

Finland's Christmas Resorts in Full Swing But Fear Omicron

TRAVEL | By James Brooks | Dec 20, 2021

The Christmas season is in full swing in Finnish Lapland, where venues report that visitors have returned in numbers approaching pre-pandemic levels.

Israel to Ban Travel to US, Canada Over Omicron Variant

Israel to Ban Travel to US, Canada Over Omicron Variant

TRAVEL | Dec 20, 2021

Israeli ministers on Monday agreed to ban travel to the United States, Canada and eight other countries amid the rapid, global spread of the omicron variant.

Where to Go in 2022: Why Provincetown Remains an Iconic LGBTQ+ Destination

Where to Go in 2022: Why Provincetown Remains an Iconic LGBTQ+ Destination

TRAVEL | By Kelsy Chauvin | Dec 19, 2021

Provincetown has long been a beacon of light for the LGBTQ+ community and remains one of 2022's top queer travel destinations.

7 Queer Wonders of the World: Best LGBTQ Travel Destinations for 2022

7 Queer Wonders of the World: Best LGBTQ Travel Destinations for 2022

TRAVEL | Dec 18, 2021

EDGE announces its top destinations for LGBTQ travelers with picks throughout the U.S., Central and South America, Europe and Asia.

Travel Curbs Augur Somber Christmas Amid Omicron Uncertainty

Travel Curbs Augur Somber Christmas Amid Omicron Uncertainty

TRAVEL | By Kelvin Chan, Danica Kirka | Dec 17, 2021

Travel restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of the omicron variant of the coronavirus are hammering the already beleaguered travel and tourism industries.

Vegas Strip to Hold New Year's Fireworks After 2020 Hiatus

Vegas Strip to Hold New Year's Fireworks After 2020 Hiatus

TRAVEL | Dec 16, 2021

Fireworks are returning to the Las Vegas Strip on New Year's Eve with a theme pointed toward 2022 — Deuces Wild.

Airlines Face Shortage of Pilots and Other Workers

Airlines Face Shortage of Pilots and Other Workers

TRAVEL | Dec 16, 2021

Airlines are having trouble hiring pilots, flight attendants and other personnel, and that's part of what is causing canceled flights.

France to Restrict Travel From Britain to Fight Omicron

France to Restrict Travel From Britain to Fight Omicron

TRAVEL | By Angela Charlton, Danica Kirka | Dec 16, 2021

France will sharply restrict travel to and from Britain because of fast-spreading cases of the omicron coronavirus variant.

Cinderella Castle Evacuated After Small Fire at Disney World

Cinderella Castle Evacuated After Small Fire at Disney World

TRAVEL | Dec 15, 2021

A small fire at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom Tuesday may have sprouted from a tree, according to Reedy Creek fire officials.

Virgin Atlantic Gets Another Cash Injection Through Pandemic

Virgin Atlantic Gets Another Cash Injection Through Pandemic

TRAVEL | Dec 14, 2021

Virgin Atlantic has received 400 million pounds ($530 million) of new funding from its shareholders to help the airline ride out the coronavirus pandemic.

Hard Rock International Buying The Mirage Operation in Vegas

Hard Rock International Buying The Mirage Operation in Vegas

TRAVEL | By Ken Ritter | Dec 14, 2021

Hard Rock International said Monday it wants to see how a guitar-shaped hotel will play at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.

Japanese Tourist Says Space Trip 'Amazing'

Japanese Tourist Says Space Trip 'Amazing'

TRAVEL | By Harriet Morris, Vladimir Isachenkov | Dec 14, 2021

A Japanese space tourist rejected criticism for paying a fortune for a trip to the International Space Station, saying the "amazing" experience was worth it.

Don't Miss: 2022 LGBTQ Travel Picks Livestream on 12/14

Don't Miss: 2022 LGBTQ Travel Picks Livestream on 12/14

TRAVEL | Dec 13, 2021

EDGE welcomes IGLTA vice president of communications LoAnn Halden to reveal our "7 Queer Wonders of the World" and where LGBTQ+ travelers are headed in 2022.

Amtrak Says It Could Cut Service Over Vaccination Mandate

Amtrak Says It Could Cut Service Over Vaccination Mandate

TRAVEL | Dec 13, 2021

Amtrak will need to reduce service in January unless more employees get vaccinated against COVID-19, the passenger rail system's president says.

Airlines Face Holiday Test as Demand Surges

Airlines Face Holiday Test as Demand Surges

TRAVEL | By Damian J. Troise | Dec 10, 2021

The airline industry's recovery is being tested this holiday season as passengers return in near pre-pandemic numbers.

Lawmakers Say They Will Again Try to Regulate Airline Fees

Lawmakers Say They Will Again Try to Regulate Airline Fees

TRAVEL | Dec 10, 2021

Several congressional Democrats are reviving legislation to regulate fees that airlines charge for things such as checking a bag, changing a flight or picking a seat.

Brazil to Quarantine Unvaccinated Airline Travelers

Brazil to Quarantine Unvaccinated Airline Travelers

TRAVEL | By Deborah Alvares | Dec 10, 2021

Brazil will require international travelers who aren't vaccinated against the coronavirus to quarantine for five days in their city of destination after arriving by plane.

From Grime to Crumbling Masonry, US Parks Get a Makeover

From Grime to Crumbling Masonry, US Parks Get a Makeover

TRAVEL | By Rebecca Reynolds | Dec 10, 2021

Some of America's most spectacular natural settings and historical icons are getting a makeover.

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