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The Top Instagram Travel Hashtags of 2018

The Top Instagram Travel Hashtags of 2018 | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
the top 200+ travel related hashtags of 2018 that will help you organically grow your following and connect with travel community on Instagram
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Brand New: New Logo, Identity, and Livery for Lufthansa 

Brand New: New Logo, Identity, and Livery for Lufthansa  | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it

This week, Lufthansa introduced a new logo, identity, and livery designed in-house in collaboration with Munich-based Martin et Karczinski.

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Supersonic travel comeback: Japanese airline orders 20 new jets

Supersonic travel comeback: Japanese airline orders 20 new jets | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it

Supersonic jetliner travel, which ended more than a decade ago with the Concorde, got a boost as Japan Airlines agreed to invest $10 million ($A13 million) in Colorado startup Boom Technology. Japan Air also took an option to purchase as many as 20 of the aircraft Boom is developing, the two companies said in a statement on Tuesday. | read more » https://goo.gl/iTJKQN

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cory's curator insight, January 15, 12:44 AM
Maybe one in life i may ride one lol
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The five fastest-growing cities for tourism are all in the same country

The five fastest-growing cities for tourism are all in the same country | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
The world's top 10 fastest growing cities, in terms of tourism, are all in Asia - and the top five in China, new research has shown.
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David Stapleton's curator insight, October 27, 2017 8:36 PM
World growth in each and every country
Frederic Lyman's curator insight, November 13, 2017 3:04 PM

Frederic Lyman loves to travel with his family.  We have had some great experiences while traveling.

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'Lack of corporate responsibility': Uber stripped of its licence to operate in London

'Lack of corporate responsibility': Uber stripped of its licence to operate in London | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
London's transport regulator on Friday stripped Uber of its licence to operate from the end of the month, affecting over 40,000 drivers in a huge blow to th
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London stripped Uber on Friday of its licence to operate from the end of September in a huge blow to the taxi app that will affect more than 40,000 drivers in one of the world's biggest cities.

Regulator Transport for London (TfL) said Uber's conduct posed risks to public safety and it would not renew its licence when it expires on September 30.
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New 'pay as you go' lounge opens at Melbourne Airport • #Travel

New 'pay as you go' lounge opens at Melbourne Airport • #Travel | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
Australia's first 'pay as you go' lounge offering free-for-all access opens at Melbourne Airport.
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You can now kick-start you holiday the right way with free-for-all access at the new marhaba lounge at Melbourne Airport.

Located in the international terminal T2, the lounge is the first of its kind in Australia, and is open to anyone to use - no matter what flight class. This means passengers who are not travelling in first or business class, or do not have a frequent flyer status, will be able to use the lounge for a fee of $65. 

The price provides access for a four hour maximum stay. Children under 12 are an additional $35. | Read More : https://goo.gl/Jfbcbw
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Australian Amateur Photographers : Enter the seventh edition of the Big Picture competition

Australian Amateur Photographers : Enter the seventh edition of the Big Picture competition | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it

Enter the seventh edition of the Big Picture competition

The seventh edition of The Big Picture competition for amateur photographers has opened.

The prize, courtesy of APT and valued at up to $10,990, includes a luxury Mekong River cruise for two as well as international flights.

The overall winner and a partner or friend will travel on the seven-night Mekong River cruise aboard the RV AmaLotus between Siem Reap and Ho Chi Minh City. Highlights include Vietnam's sacred Cao Dai Temple in the village of Long Hoa, rice paper making in Cai Be and in Cambodia an authentic oxcart ride in Kampong Tralach.


** Entry is only open to Australian residents who are 13 years and over.

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The weekly deadline is noon Monday (AEST) and you can upload a maximum of two entries a week. The competition closes on September 15, 2017. Click here for the full terms and conditions
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Jet setters: Suburb with Australia's best-travelled residents revealed

Jet setters: Suburb with Australia's best-travelled residents revealed | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it

According to new data from Flight Centre, residents from the affluent suburb of North Sydney – postcode 2060 – are the most travelled Australians in the country – they have the highest number of bookings and spend the most money while they're travelling.

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Australia's Capital Territory were the second most travelled, The report also found that Victorians travel more than New South Welshman, and Tasmanians travelled the least amount of anyone. |  Read more: https://goo.gl/Zm6NUv
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Transformed: Eight cities you won't recognise if you go back now

Transformed: Eight cities you won't recognise if you go back now | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
These are the cities that are new every time you visit.
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The following is a list of the cities that, if you haven't been for 10 years or so, you'll barely recognise when you return. The speed of change has been phenomenal. They might still be great destinations, or they might not – you could find yourself pining for a city that no longer exists – but the change is undeniable. | READ MORE http://we.bgrrl.com/2sS6O5L
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Will travel insurance cover you in a terror attack?

Will travel insurance cover you in a terror attack? | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it

When you fork out hundreds of dollars for travel insurance, you probably expect it will cover any kind of emergency. But you might want to check the fine print.

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I turned my passion into a career

I turned my passion into a career | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it

LIZ Carlson made her life of backpacking a lucrative career, and her holiday has turned into a six-figure salary

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Miss this detail on your passport and your holiday could be ruined | #traveltips

Miss this detail on your passport and your holiday could be ruined | #traveltips | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it

isn't an expiration date an expiration date? Not when it comes to passports, apparently  | Read more.. 

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The world's most (and least) free and tolerant countries named

The world's most (and least) free and tolerant countries named | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it

Heatmap sorts the world's countries according to how much "personal freedom" their citizens enjoy. The data comes from The Legatum Prosperity Index, which ranks countries according to a range of criteria. The personal freedom ranking is based on access to legal rights; freedom of speech and religion; and social tolerance, notably towards immigrants and ethnic minorities.

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German passport no longer world's most powerful : Henley & Partners Global Index rating 2018

German passport no longer world's most powerful : Henley & Partners Global Index rating 2018 | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it

A new index has revealed the long-term record holder, Germany, no longer has the most powerful passport in the world.

Instead, the world's most powerful passports belong to Japan and Singapore, tied for first place with access to 180 countries, visa-free.. | Read more » https://goo.gl/Yxh84M

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The world's 13 most photogenic destinations

The world's 13 most photogenic destinations | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
If you're hoping to make your friends jealous with social media posts, book flights to some of these places.
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travel destinations – in particular the ones that most frequently appear on Instagram. A recent list of the most Instagrammed travel destinations on the planet | read more..  http://bit.ly/2j8wtrr
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cory's curator insight, January 15, 12:43 AM
wow awesome
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Airlines to question all passengers flying to US under new security rules

Airlines to question all passengers flying to US under new security rules | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
All incoming flights to the US will be subject to new security screening procedures, with both American citizens and foreigners possibly facing securit
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Monarch Airlines goes into administration: Flights cancelled as huge repatriation effort begins for 110,000 stranded holidaymakers 

Monarch Airlines goes into administration: Flights cancelled as huge repatriation effort begins for 110,000 stranded holidaymakers  | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
The UK's biggest peacetime repatriation operation has been launched to bring home 110,000 holidaymakers after Monarch Airlines was placed into administration.
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Evacuations ordered after tremors, rising smoke from Bali volcano

Evacuations ordered after tremors, rising smoke from Bali volcano | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
Bali's Mount Agung volcano could erupt at any time for the first time in 54 years, with the warning level upgraded to the highest possible level as of 8.30p
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Bali's Mount Agung volcano could erupt at any time for the first time in 54 years, with the warning level upgraded to the highest possible level as of 8.30pm local time on Friday night. 

 People have been told to evacuate from within a nine to 12-kilometre radius of the summit after smoke was seen rising 100 metres from the summit.
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United's new route from Sydney set to rival world's longest flight

United's new route from Sydney set to rival world's longest flight | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
United Airways has announced it will fly non-stop from Sydney to Houston.

At a distance of 8596 miles (13,834km), it will be the airline's second longest flight after the Los Angeles to Singapore route launched in 2017, a route set to be the world's longest at 17 hours and 55 minutes and at a flight distance of over 14,000km.
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No middle seats: Airline offers special treatment to female flyers

No middle seats: Airline offers special treatment to female flyers | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it

In a country where women travellers face myriad dangers, one Indian airline has an idea: Chivalry, and no middle seats. With its Woman Flyer service, Vistara has begun offering to help women flying solo with their bags, escort them to and from their ground transportation, and give them preferred window and aisle seats on their flights - no middles.

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The New Delhi-based airline says between 75 and 100 women use the complimentary service each day. It is believed to be the first airline to offer such a service |  Read more ► http://bit.ly/2v168z3
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How to visit Uluru in virtual reality, and why more NT is coming

How to visit Uluru in virtual reality, and why more NT is coming | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
When some people visit Uluru, they just see a rock.
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How Google uploaded Uluru to Street View, and why you will see more Northern Territory online .

 IT took two years, one camera-filled backpack, and help from the Aboriginal owners but you can now visit Uluru online, and more sacred sites are coming. | read more/watch video
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This town says it’s too beautiful for Instagram

This town says it’s too beautiful for Instagram | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it

YOU won’t be seeing anymore “from where you’d rather be” posts on social media about this idyllic town in Switzerland. Because the village has voted to ban tourists from taking photos. 


The commune of Bergün/Bravuogn, north of alpine resort town St Moritz in the country’s east, voted to bring in the new law in its municipal assembly on Monday, according to English-language European newspaper, The Local.

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2017 travel trends: Top destinations, and how to be there before they book

2017 travel trends: Top destinations, and how to be there before they book | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
Travelers turn to Pinterest to plan their vacation and make decisions about everything from the destination to the itinerary.

Via Kelly Lieberman
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The nine cities around the world that are most like Australia

The nine cities around the world that are most like Australia | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
There are cities and towns around the world that really do bear a striking resemblance to the places we know and love back home.
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Rail industry announces radical overhaul of train fares in Britain #travel

Rail industry announces radical overhaul of train fares in Britain #travel | Psytrips | Travel | Scoop.it
the rail industry is promising the most radical overhaul of train fares for more than 30 years. 

The move also aims to remove some of the absurdities of ticket prices, and the tricks that some travellers use to cut fares. The result should be greater clarity, with cheaper deals for many passengers whose journeys involve a change of trains.
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