The golden age of travel? Here's what it was really like to fly in the 1950s

The golden age of travel? Here's what it was really like to fly in the 1950s
With air travel eclipsing train and boat travel in the 50s, it was finally decided that someone ought to be policing this booming industry. In November of 1958, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) was born, and Elwood R. Quesada got to work …
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Mom finally gets money back after travel scam forces her to miss daughter's
THE BRONX — Three years ago, Karen Fordham's daughter was getting married in Guyana. Fordham, who is disabled and uses a walker, went to Executive Travel Tours in the Bronx, looking for cheap tickets to Guyana. She gave the owner of the travel …
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Power cuts and travel disruption as Storm Gertrude hits Britain
Storm Gertrude has swept across Britain bringing 100mph-plus winds, power cuts to thousands of homes and travel disruption, along with more unusual hazards including flying trampolines and a rabbit blown onto a roof. Scotland and Northern Ireland were …
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The T+L Carry-On: Costume Designer Janie Bryant's Travel Essentials
Welcome to the first installment of our new series, the T+L Carry-On, where we take a look inside the luggage of those who find themselves frequently traveling around the world—and gain a few expert tips along the way. This week, we sat down with Emmy …
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