Delta gives customers option to change flights ahead of July Fourth travel

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Delta is providing more flexibility to customers for changing their travel plans ahead of the busy July Fourth holiday travel weekend.

The global airline is issuing a systemwide fare difference travel waiver for July 1-4, which allows customers to rebook their trip to before or after potentially challenging weekend travel days – with no fare difference or change fees, as long as customers travel between the same origin and destination. Customers can adjust their travel plans via My Trips or the Fly Delta app. Rebooked travel needs to take place by July 8, 2022.

Delta people are working around the clock to rebuild Delta’s operation while making it as resilient as possible to minimize the ripple effect of disruptions. Even

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A canceled-flight emergency kit: What to pack and know

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If you’re not prepared to face cancellations or delays on your next trip to the airport, you may not have heard the news: Summer travel is hell. Airlines continue to deal with staffing shortages, downsized routes and summer storms, which has upped the chances you may not get to your final destination on time — or at all.

If nothing else, the trials of this unpredictable travel landscape have taught travelers to expect the unexpected. But if you aren’t prepared to be stuck in limbo, consider this your one-stop shop for everything you need before you head out for your next flight.

You should prepare for cancellations and delays before you even arrive at the airport. In fact, do it as soon as you’re booking a flight. Phil Dengler, co-founder of travel blog the Vacationersays start by booking directly with the airline rather than

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5 Countries With Travel Warnings Issued By The Government Of Canada

If you’ve been itching for a nice vacation, you can finally travel with a lot less stress. However, that doesn’t mean Canadians can just book a trip anywhere they please — at least not for the time being.

The Government of Canada has issued a handful of travel warnings, alerting Canadians of many destinations that travelers should avoid at all costs, or exercise a high degree of caution when visiting.

With petty crime, terrorism, violence and civil unrest, to name a few, it’s important to check the global travel advisory status of the places you wish to visit before buying that plane ticket.

Here are five countries with current travel warnings issued by the feds.

Philippines

As of July 14, 2022, the Canadian government has issued a travel warning for the Philippines, advising Canadians to visit with a “high degree of caution.”

Canadians should be a war of crime, terrorism,

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CVB bringing in travel bloggers to write about city | News

Last spring, the Owensboro-Daviess County Convention & Visitors Bureau and Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari worked out an arrangement for the CVB to use the theme park’s bloggers to help promote Owensboro.

Josh Moore, Holiday World’s digital communications strategist, said, “This is a new program we’re starting this year. We were going with five or six influencers, but we had so many good applicants that we decided to go with eight.”

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BoardWalk Deli Menu & Food Photos

BoardWalk Deli is a reimagined restaurant coming soon to the EPCOT Resort Area at Walt Disney World. This post shares a sneak peek at the menu of this counter service Crescent Lake dining spot, plus some commentary about how it should stack up to its predecessor.

According to Walt Disney World, the new BoardWalk Deli will be opening its doors at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn later in Summer 2022. BoardWalk Deli will bring with it “classic flavors you can only get at a deli.”

This location, previously the BoardWalk Bakery, is inspired by the delis of the Northeast region, with a menu that takes you on a road trip of classic sweet and savory flavors from New York to the Jersey Shore. BoardWalk Deli will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Delicatessen translates to “all things delicious,” and that’s exactly what visitors will experience. With that, let’s take a

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