The golden age of travel? Here's what it was really like to fly in the 1950s

The golden age of travel? Here's what it was really like to fly in the 1950s
With air travel eclipsing train and boat travel in the 50s, it was finally decided that someone ought to be policing this booming industry. In November of 1958, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) was born, and Elwood R. Quesada got to work …
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Has Travel Peaked? Goldman Downgrades Priceline
Priceline is well positioned for Asia growth, Terry wrote in his research report, but it has a smaller inventory of large hotel chains there than in other regions, and the U.S. dollar remains strong. Add to that a less-favorable environment for online …
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Plan ahead to save money on spring break travel
For those planning to travel by air, don't wait for last-minute travel deals. Experts insist you have to book early. “The minute you know you want to take a vacation, you have to book,” said Tammy Levent, CEO of Elite Travel Management Group. She tells …
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