Airbus and Qatar Airways partner to introduce the first aircraft that makes passenger wellbeing a high-tech affair
We all know air travel isn’t what it used to be. From the long security lines and over-crowded planes, to bad food and the dreaded jet lag, it’s enough to put you off getting on a long-haul flight ever again.
Luckily, Airbus and Qatar Airways are aiming to change ... More
You've never seen a private jet quite like this before
If you were impressed by Etihad’s new fleet of A380 double-decker planes, be prepared to yet again be blown away by luxury flight innovation. Skyacht One has infused an Embrarer Lineage 1000E private jet with luxe yacht-style amenities—think: mahogany paneling, custom hardware in a nautical theme and brass inlaid ... More
The future of flying promises to keep your head (quite literally) in the clouds
Whether you fly commercial or private, looking out at the clouds never loses its magic, and one new invention promises to take that feeling of soaring like a bird to the next level in a big way. SkyDeck is a revolutionary invention from Windspeed Technologies that will put ... More
A new hotel brings health and wellness to Times Square chaos
I went to Times Square to get healthy.
No, the raggedy Elmos aren’t leading Bikram yoga classes. (I wish.)
Instead, there’s a new hotel that’s obsessed with health and wellness—and it happens to be located in the most hectic neighborhood in the world’s busiest city.
EVEN Hotels Times Square South is the third EVEN hotel ... More
A new surge of eco-minded hotels is minimizing the impact of adventurous travelers
A new breed of far-and-wide travelers is emerging—the socially responsible type. As global sustainability issues continue making headlines, hotels and resorts have rallied behind green principles like recycling, energy efficiency and water/resource conservation. But with tourism accounting for an entire 5% of worldwide carbon emissions, the number of ... More
Jeffery Keffer, a West Virginia CEO, arrived last March in Svalbard, a chilly, remote Norwegian archipelago where polar bears roam. He’d come specifically for the total solar eclipse, a rare event during which the moon passes between the earth and the sun, resulting in a bright, halolike ring behind a ... More
Whether by land, sea or air, Turkey is a country of many views, each more beautiful than the last
Throughout history, Turkey has found itself at any number of crossroads—religious, political, geographic—and so it remains. In August, the country elected a new, and controversial, president whose paternalistic rule as prime minister inspired protests in 2013. Appeals for admission into the European Union are ongoing. And although Turkey became a ... More
A private aviation service unveils an exciting new partnership
In the world of private aviation, Wheels Up is the new kid on the tarmac—but the company is already shaking up the industry. That’s largely thanks to co-founder Kenny Dichter, who launched Wheels Up in August 2013 with the intent of providing a “jets-on-demand” service similar to that ... More
Whether you’re a frequent flyer or simply like to travel in style, these exclusive airline retreats provide the ultimate airport experiences
Ever since the end of the Jet Set era, airline travel has been more of a task than an event to be treasured. It’s something to be endured, what with the crowds, close quarters and delays so frequent you can rely on them. The surest way to get that magic ... More