16 Feb Travel Talk: This Week’s Top Travel News Stories
From faster flights to tips for exercising while on vacation: below we bring you the top travel news stories of the week.
Why transatlantic flights keep getting faster
In our first travel news story this week, transatlantic flights are getting faster! The average travel time for the flight from New York City to London is above five hours and 45 minutes. But Norwegian Air broke a subsonic speed record last month with a flight that arrived in London from NYC in just five hours and nine minutes. Read on to learn how the North American jet stream affects flight speed.
What passenger planes might look like in 2068
What might airplanes look like 50 years from now? Commercial aircrafts remain structurally similar to those of the 1960’s – not much has changed! Learn what the future holds here.
How to get by in a country where you don’t know the language
Traveling abroad can induce anxiety if you don’t know the local language. You don’t have to learn an entire new language in order to navigate a foreign country. Read on for tips from the co-founder of Grey Goose on how to get by with limited verbal communication.
How to fit in exercise while you travel
You don’t need a gym to maintain and even improve your fitness level when you’re on the road. Read on for tips on how to get some exercise while you travel, from a New York City-based certified personal trainer.
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