Hear it first from Rainbow Travel: Vancouver Airport recently launched Automated Passport Control (APC)

Hear it first from Rainbow Travel: Vancouver Airport recently launched Automated Passport Control (APC) giving US passport holders options for streamlining their airport travel experience, while pre clearing US Customs at YVR Airport. YVR Airport is the first Canadian airport to launch with US Customs and Border Protection Automated Passport Control that gives passengers tangibleContinue reading “Hear it first from Rainbow Travel: Vancouver Airport recently launched Automated Passport Control (APC)”

Rainbow Travel Blog 21June2010

Burma (Myanmar): Exercise high degree of caution The rainy (or monsoon) season extends from June to September in the southwest and December to April in the northeast. Severe rainstorms can cause flooding and landslides. Typhoons (tropical cyclones) usually occur between April and October. These storms can result in significant loss of life, extensive damage toContinue reading “Rainbow Travel Blog 21June2010”

Rainbow Travel Blog 10thJune10

 Maui resort offers 50% savings Maui’s Honua Kai Resort & Spa has introduced a fall special offering travellers 50% savings on rates. Special fall rates start at US$263 per night for the Ohana Resort View category and 50% off published rack rates in Ohana one- and two-bedroom suite categories, based on availability. Rates are validContinue reading “Rainbow Travel Blog 10thJune10”

Rainbow Travel Blog 7th June 2010

NCL brings out the rock stars on the Epic. IN addition to offering guests world-class entertainment options on board the Norwegian Epic, Norwegian Cruise Line has announced a partnership with Gibson Guitar to let guests discover and explore their inner rock star – in the privacy of their stateroom. The “Check-In-Rock-Out” program gives guests theContinue reading “Rainbow Travel Blog 7th June 2010”

Rainbow Travel Blog 31May10

BA cabin crew begin second five-day strike. BRITISH Airways crew union began their five-day strike Sunday after talks held on Friday failed to resolve the dispute between the airline and the Unite union. Despite the new strike British Airways said it will increase flights because more crew were returning to work than had been expected.Continue reading “Rainbow Travel Blog 31May10”

Rainbow Travel Blog 17thMay2010

BA strike latest. BRITISH Airways has published its contingency plans for Unite’s strike period of May 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 and will fly more than 60 000 customers each day. All flights at Gatwick will operate as normal as will flights to and from London City airport during the entire strike period. AtContinue reading “Rainbow Travel Blog 17thMay2010”

Rainbow Travel Blog 10May10

ASH CLOUD CLEARS IN EU; BLOCKS AIR ROUTES IN MID-ATLANTIC. Eurocontrol announces that volcanic ash has now dispersed in Europe; another band in the mid-Atlantic is still blocking air routes between Europe and North America Associated Press Flights across Europe were operating normally Monday after a plume of volcanic ash that disrupted air traffic andContinue reading “Rainbow Travel Blog 10May10”

Today’s Travel Snipits.

Today’s Travel Snipits. Visa on arrival in Myanmar   Great news and especially for our travel agency manager, Thant who is Burmese and has family still in the country. Now visitors to Myanmar will be able to purchase their visas upon arrival at international airports in Mandalay and Yangon. Visas will cost 30USD and will beContinue reading “Today’s Travel Snipits.”