Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper When, if Ever, Is It Unethical to Visit a Country? Advertisement Supported by Seven well-traveled writers discuss the dilemma of whether or not to visit nations with oppressive governments. May 16, 2019 What should one consider when choosing where to travel? Every destination offers its own appealing reasons for visiting — from its food to its people, from its cities to its historical sites — and there are always the more practical concerns that weigh down any traveler (costs, visas, seasons, flight routes, internet access). But the 21st-century traveler is more knowledgeable than ever before — she must engage in the ethics of where she visits, and why. Global conflicts are not new, but in a shrunken world, we hear of them much more quickly and in much more detail than we would have a generation ago. This means … [Read more...] about When, if Ever, Is It Unethical to Visit a Country?
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | When It Comes to Travel Rewards, Younger Travelers Are Being Heard Advertisement Supported by Trending New companies are entering the travel rewards industry, addressing the needs of younger travelers, while traditional loyalty programs are also expanding their offerings. ByJustin Sablich April 3, 2019 There is no shortage of generalizations about America’s younger generations, but one that definitely rings true is their desire to travel, and travel often. According to Travelport’s 2018 U.S. Vacation Survey, more than half of millennials (55 percent) were planning on traveling more over the next 12 months, compared to 31 percent from Generation X and 20 percent of baby boomers. Millennials are also redeeming more travel rewards than any other generation, based on a 2018 survey by Discover, … [Read more...] about When It Comes to Travel Rewards, Younger Travelers Are Being Heard