As a frequent traveler, you may already rack up points with Qatar Airway’s loyalty program, Privilege Club. The loyalty program caters to travelers aged 12 and up, and incentivizes your trip with point-driven returns and special privileges, but now kids can experience a rewards program

United Airlines, in an agreement with Viasat, Inc, equips more than 70 planes with the company’s in-flight entertainment and connectivity system in the coming months. The partnership will bring enhanced in-flight entertainment and improved internet connections. Viasat offers fast, high-quality internet through its high-capacity satellite system.

You may already be familiar with the history and charms of Austria and its connection to the beloved 1965 20th Century Fox musical, The Sound of Music. On your next visit there, let the film’s famous lyric “the hills are alive with the sound of

Tokyo’s Narita International Airport has been named the best dining airport among 15 top international airports studied by RewardExpert. Narita was praised for its high-quality food sold at low prices. Narita earned a score of 4.77 out of a possible 5 — a mere 67 points

Omni Louisville Hotel opens after two years of construction as the tallest property in the city. A $300 million investment, the project offers more than 20 distinct amenities, including a 20,000-square-foot urban marketplace; a speakeasy with a bowling alley; an art gallery; a bourbon tasting

Located in the center of Portland’s cultural district, the historic Heathman Hotel is refreshing, with all 151 guestrooms and shared spaces going contemporary. The renovations on the luxury hotel, first opened in 1927, are spearheaded by designer Jackie McGee and the creative team at Perkins

Located in the Bowery on New York City’s Lower East Side, Ace Hotel’s newest property prepares to open this fall. Sister City Hotel will have a different look and feel from the nine other urban properties opened by the group. The 200-room hotel is designed as

The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s itineraries and shore excursions offer guests unique experiences and luxury amenities. “The itineraries and intimate shore experiences are not only unique and forward-thinking in their design, but illustrate our commitment to providing rare opportunities to today’s luxury traveler,” said Lisa Holladay, global

After United Airlines made headlines for dragging a passenger off a plane, U.S. airlines bumped the fewest passengers on record, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. The DOT’s Air Travel Consumer Report showed a bumping rate of 0.34 per 10,000 passengers in 2017, the lowest

On the shores of glittering Lake Geneva, beneath snowy alpine peaks in Vevey, Switzerland, the Grand Hotel Du Lac celebrates its 150th anniversary this year. The Relais & Chateaux 5-star accommodations extend to 50 elegant, spacious guestrooms and suites, and the Michelin-starred Les Saisons restaurant

Apparently the excitement of travel outweighs the hassle of the airport: People in airports are generally pretty happy. Data collected by HappyorNot, the company responsible for the mood-rating kiosks found at 160 airports in 36 countries, proves people are likely to push the button for “delighted”

Hilton opened its first Serbian hotel this month, with Hilton Belgrade in the capital city. The new build is located in Belgrade’s Old Town, just a short walk from Slavija Square. Other nearby attractions include Kalemegdan Fortress, the Museum of Yugoslavia and Church of Saint