Looking to become a loyal member of a great airline? Every year, consumer aviation website Skytrax evaluates the world’s airlines and ranks them by region. The ranking system is based on a survey of 20.36 million travelers from more than 100 different countries. Skytrax takes into account 49 different topics in three categories: cabin service, ground/airport, and onboard product.
While cruises are a great option for a family vacation, there are times you may not want to deal with children and would prefer a more adult-centric trip. Several cruise lines recognize that and have begun offering adult-only cruises. Here, our EWR Airport parking company shares an article from Forbes that explores the idea.
Beginning in October, Singapore Airlines will launch a non-stop service from Singapore to Newark that will be considered the world’s longest flight. Travelers will be able to make the journey via one of the airline’s new, long-range aircrafts that will travel 9,500 miles over the course of 18 hours and 45 minutes.
If you’re a frequent flyer, you probably have a favorite airline or two. Each year, SKYTRAX releases their World Airline Awards and this year for the fourth time, Qatar Airways (a Doha-based carrier) won the prestigious Airline of the Year title.
Planning a trip to another country is usually pretty straightforward, but when it comes to Cuba, things have gotten a little complicated. If you’re set on exploring the Caribbean island, here’s what to know, according to the New York Times.
If you’ve ever traveled during the holidays, you know how long the wait can be to get through security at the airport. If you’re traveling through Newark Airport this season, you may not have to wait as long as usual due to the introduction of faster security lanes. We found this article from New Jersey 101.5 that explains.
As an EWR Airport parking company, we’re always interested in the latest news about Newark Airport. Recently, we came across a news article announcing that the United Service Organizations has opened a new center at EWR. Here’s the article from globenewswire.com.
When it comes to hotels, bigger is better, right? Not according to a recent trend… Over the past couple years, the hotel industry has seen a significant increase in smaller-than-usual hotel rooms otherwise known as micro-hotels.