Topic: Safety While Traveling
The Louvre, Eiffel Tower and Galeries Lafayette are just several of the stores, museums and landmarks that will shut for security reasons. Here's the latest.
While women are 10 percent less likely to travel alone than men, security and safety remain top concerns for all. Here's what you need to know.
A new organization comprised of travel agency and PR executives is seeking to balance the narrative in the consumer media surrounding travel safety in Mexico. Here’s what’s planned.
For up to 327 million of the affected guests, the information exposed includes some combination of name, mailing address, phone number, email address, passport number. Get the details here.
When business travelers book outside of corporate channels, it can have safety implications, according to a new study from the Global Business Travel Association. Get the details here.
Travel Impressions’ new TripTrust program will see an independent company rate properties in Mexico for safety and security. Here’s what agents need to know.
A new study ranks the safest – and least safe – airport Wi-Fi in the United States. Take a look.
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.