United Airlines has announced they will now begin offering White Claw to customers flying on flights over two hours. This in-flight menu addition will launch on June 1, and accompany other spirits like Breckenridge Brewery Juice Drop Hazy IPA, Kona Brewing Co. Big Wave Golden Ale, Michelob ULTRA, Stella Artois, and a variety of red, white, and sparkling wines.
Neos has appointed WEILL to handle their public relations on record for the US in the wake of the airline receiving approval from the US Department of Transporation to operate scheduled passenger flights to and from New York.
As we start to think about travel again, I wonder what various parts of the world are going through as they open back up. I’ve just booked my first flight in over a year and a half, so the reality of actually being around strangers again has crept in and scared me a little.
As we start to think about traveling again, the thought of being in tight quarters with strangers may scare you. Returning to “normal” will take some time, but enjoying the company of your family doesn’t have to wait.
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Royal Caribbean International will begin sailing from Israel for the first time in May when they debut their brand-new ship, Odyssey of the Seas.
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Atlas Ocean Voyages has introduced a brand new marketing campaign in partnership with Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, and actress Ashley Támar called ‘At Last… Atlas’. The new luxury cruise liner created the campaign to support the travel community during these tough times by providing a little future inspiration for when we can all get out there and explore again.
I have wanted to visit Japan for as long as I can remember. Sadly, the last few years of work travel never took me there. And now that we are in a pandemic, I’m really not sure when I’ll be able to go. One thing is for sure, I am always on the lookout for exciting and safe opportunities to visit Japan when things begin to open back up.