Topic: Safety While Traveling
The website AirlineRatings.com assessed 409 major airlines before delivering its verdict. Here's how airlines worldwide stack up.
The update from “Level 3: Reconsider Travel” to “Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution” has been applauded by a coalition of U.S. tour operators. Learn more.
A new, five-point security plan has resulted in a sharp decrease in crime, according to the Los Cabos Tourism Board. Here’s the latest.
Up to 200 people have died in heavy flooding in Japan over the past week, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters since the 2011 tsunami. More here.
Mexico elected a new president over the weekend, and he has promised to tackle violent crime that has posed challenges for the country’s tourism sector. Here’s the latest.
New research from Carlson Wagonlit Travel has some surprising findings on the places that make business travelers the most nervous. Take a look.
The advisory is urging caution in Papa New Guinea due to increased violence and unrest. Some areas have been issued a "Do Not Travel" warning. Learn more.
On the occasion of Iberostar’s 20th anniversary in Mexico, Travel Agent caught up with Iberostar VP Sales and Marketing John Long to talk what’s ahead for the all-inclusive market. Take a look.
On a recent cruise from Dubai through the Gulf of Aden, Cunard Line's flagship Queen Mary 2 secretly carried an elite squad of armed former Royal Marines, designed to protect the ship and passengers from Somali pirates. Here's a look at what happened.
The State Department has also issued a Level 3 travel advisory for the country. Here’s the latest.