Today in Travel News for December 1st 2010

Bringing you what’s new in travel for December 1st 2010

  • Next Two Weeks a Good Time to Book That Holiday FlightSmarter Travel has posted some info about air tickets: The period between November 29 and December 13 is the "sweet spot" for buying air tickets for holiday travel.

    Head over to to read the whole article.

  • Readers’ Choice: What is the best international city for food? – Budget Travel recently posted this on This Just In… Newsweek's Travel Blog:

    Readers' Choice

    We're giving you the floor. To gear up for our second annual Readers' Choice issue in November 2011 we're turning to the true experts—you! Over the next few weeks we'll be asking for your thoughts on a variety of travel topics ranging from your favorite cruise line to your ultimate dream destination. Once your nominations are in, we'll give you the chance to vote on the best of the best.

  • Cool winter destinations – HeidiS recently posted this over on the Bing Travel Blog:

    Winter is one of my favorite times to travel. Some of my most memorable trips have been in snow: snowshoeing among steaming mud pots at Yellowstone National Park; dog sledding in Wisconsin; snowmobiling through remote Alaska wilderness at sunset to get a view of alpenglow on Mount Denali; and of course, waking up at 3 a.m. in Fairbanks to watch the northern lights spread across the night sky.

    There is so much to do in northern climes during the winter months. If you like to get outside and play, we have some great ideas for you. Bing Travel’s new slide show, Cool Winter Destinations, highlight 14 places around the world that really know how to celebrate winter. From dog-sledding to bobsledding or staying overnight in an igloo, you’ll find plenty of activities and sights to fuel your next vacation.

    What was your most memorable winter trip? Share it with us by leaving a comment below.

  • Flier is accused of shoving AA flight attendant; FBI investigating –
    An American Airlines passenger may find himself in hot water with federal authorities after he allegedly shoved a flight attendant. The altercation …

  • Snowy impression from Geneva Airport | Facebook

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