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Sun, Fun and So Much More: Why We're Headed to Miami in 2021

Sun, Fun and So Much More: Why We're Headed to Miami in 2021

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Jan 17, 2021

Miami and its surrounding areas deliver world-class hotels, plenty of outdoor activities, culture, diverse dining options and a vibrant LGBTQ community waiting to welcome you with open arms.

TSA Looking Into Adding Capitol Rioters to US No-Fly List

TSA Looking Into Adding Capitol Rioters to US No-Fly List

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Jan 16, 2021

Federal officials are investigating people who took part in the riot at the U.S. Capitol to determine whether they should be barred from traveling on airlines.

What Are Our Favorite LGBTQ Travel Influencers Up To?

What Are Our Favorite LGBTQ Travel Influencers Up To?

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Jan 15, 2021

If ever we needed a rainbow at the end of the tunnel, look no further than our favorite queer travel influencers. Some are navigating travel restrictions to hit the road, while others have stayed in their own backyards. (Just like Dorothy!)

Ready to Recharge? Our 5 Favorite Cities for Keeping Resolutions

Ready to Recharge? Our 5 Favorite Cities for Keeping Resolutions

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Jan 15, 2021

A weekend getaway to one of these beckoning destinations — recently ranked as the top cities to keep New Year's resolutions — might be just what you need to weather the winter months.

UK Imposes Travel Restrictions Amid Worries of New Variant

UK Imposes Travel Restrictions Amid Worries of New Variant

TRAVEL | By Danica Kirka | Jan 15, 2021

Britain's government has banned travel from South America and Portugal to ensure a new variant of COVID-19 found in Brazil doesn't derail the country's vaccination program, although there are no signs the variant has reached the U.K.

Transgender Travel: Advocating for Inclusivity

Transgender Travel: Advocating for Inclusivity

TRAVEL | Jan 14, 2021

While same-sex couples have long faced obstacles in certain regions, a deeper examination of LGBTQ travel issues explores the needs of transgender and non-binary travelers.

Norwegian Air to End Long-Haul Flights, Focus on Europe

Norwegian Air to End Long-Haul Flights, Focus on Europe

TRAVEL | Jan 14, 2021

Low-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle said Thursday it will focus on European destinations and close its long-haul operations as it struggles with the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic and debt restructuring.

Delta Posts $12B Loss in 2020, Cautious Q1 Outlook

Delta Posts $12B Loss in 2020, Cautious Q1 Outlook

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Jan 14, 2021

Delta Air Lines closed the books on a disastrous 2020 with a comparatively small fourth-quarter loss, and executives expect a few more rocky months.

Meet Travel Influencer Timothy Cappelli: Shirt Not Required

Meet Travel Influencer Timothy Cappelli: Shirt Not Required

TRAVEL | Jan 13, 2021

Timothy Cappelli just won this year's Gay Travel Award for Gay Travel Influencer. Despite being a seasoned traveler, Cappelli missed one important memo: pack clothes.

US Will Require All Arriving Passengers to Get COVID-19 Test

US Will Require All Arriving Passengers to Get COVID-19 Test

TRAVEL | By Mike Stobbe, David Koenig | Jan 13, 2021

Anyone flying to the U.S. will soon need to show proof of a negative test for COVID-19, health officials announced Tuesday.

Paris Mayor Green-Lights Champs-Élysées Makeover

Paris Mayor Green-Lights Champs-Élysées Makeover

TRAVEL | Jan 12, 2021

Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo has finally confirmed a highly anticipated horticultural transformation, turning the 1.2 mile stretch of central Paris into "an extraordinary garden."

New Zealand Visitors Must Show Negative Test

New Zealand Visitors Must Show Negative Test

TRAVEL | Jan 12, 2021

New Zealand will soon require that travelers from most countries show negative coronavirus tests before they leave for New Zealand.

Feast or Famine? Food and Wine Festivals Grapple with COVID Cancelations

Feast or Famine? Food and Wine Festivals Grapple with COVID Cancelations

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Jan 11, 2021

Mohegan Sun has canceled its Sun Wine & Food Fest, but those with an appetite (and a vaccine) can travel to Europe this summer for culinary events.

Not-So-Friendly Skies as Political Aggression Fuels American Airlines Flight

Not-So-Friendly Skies as Political Aggression Fuels American Airlines Flight

TRAVEL | Jan 8, 2021

A shouting match ensued between passengers on an American Airlines flight after an alleged death threat was made toward Trump supporters who had projected a "Trump 2020" logo in the cabin.

The Year of Reinvention: 5 LGBTQ-Friendly Hotels Where You Can Work Remotely

The Year of Reinvention: 5 LGBTQ-Friendly Hotels Where You Can Work Remotely

TRAVEL | By Kelsy Chauvin | Jan 7, 2021

While the pandemic may have us holed up for a few more months as vaccines roll out, it may be time to consider a change of scenery that actually includes work.

Pandemic-Era Mardi Gras: No Big Crowds, But Plenty of Cake

Pandemic-Era Mardi Gras: No Big Crowds, But Plenty of Cake

TRAVEL | By Rebecca Santana | Jan 7, 2021

A subdued Carnival season began Wednesday after the coronavirus pandemic put an end to the crowd-heavy balls and street parades that draw thousands of people to the city every year.

American Airlines Grounds Emotional Support Animals

American Airlines Grounds Emotional Support Animals

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Jan 6, 2021

American Airlines is banning emotional-support animals in a move that will force most owners to pay extra if they want their pets to travel with them.

Puerto Rico to Reopen Beaches, Relax Coronavirus Curfew

Puerto Rico to Reopen Beaches, Relax Coronavirus Curfew

TRAVEL | Jan 6, 2021

Puerto Rico's new governor announced Tuesday that he will reopen beaches, marinas and pools, eliminate a Sunday lockdown and shorten a curfew that has been in place since the pandemic began to control the number of COVID-19 cases.

Pandemic Empties Blue-Hued Moroccan Tourist Town

Pandemic Empties Blue-Hued Moroccan Tourist Town

TRAVEL | By Mosa'ab Elshamy | Jan 5, 2021

As the North African nation cautiously reopens and tries to resuscitate its struggling economy, Chefchaouen stands subdued, deserted by the tourists that have long been its lifeblood.

Chengdu, China Maintains Foothold as LGBTQ Hub

Chengdu, China Maintains Foothold as LGBTQ Hub

TRAVEL | By Kevin Schattenkirk | Jan 5, 2021

Chengdu, long seen as a sanctuary for the LGBTQ community, is feeling pressure from a Communist Chinese government suppressing expressions of sexual freedom.

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