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Hackers targeting selfies

SELFIES are becoming an increasingly popular target for hackers to steal loyalty points and personal data from travellers, a new report from NordVPN shows. The study suggested the rise in airport selfies posted online showing boarding passes and passports has attracted more attention from cyber criminals, who are using barcodes and personal details to steal points and impersonate travellers. With that one celebratory photo, NordVPN contends fraudsters can use the ...

Here Are the New Cruise Ships Debuting in 2024

Photo: Steel cutting for Queen Anne, Cunard Line The flurry of new cruise ships post-pandemic is just about over and the pace of cruise ship newbuilding is slowing down slightly. Yet, there's still plenty to be excited about and keep track of with 11 ocean-going cruise ships debuting in 2024. Travel Market Report has compiled a list of all the new ships coming out in 2024, along with their capacity, ...

Star Princess® scheduled to join Princess fleet for her inaugural 2025 season in the Mediterranean

Princess® is pleased to announce their second Sphere class ship - the new Star Princess®, scheduled to join the fleet for her inaugural 2025 season in the Mediterranean, where she’ll sail along with sister ship Sun Princess®, bringing next-level innovation to the Mediterranean seas for Princess Cruise's 40th anniversary in the region. The 2025 Northern Europe season will go on sale to Elite guests on 24 May and general sale ...

Lunch in London, dinner in Sydney: 2 hour flights around the world just years away according to UK authorities

The concept of two-hour flights from London to Sydney are so likely, the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is investigating the effects that level of g-force will have on the human body. According to reports, the CAA believes space-based super-fast flying could be a reality within a decade. The CAA has been funding medical studies to find out what potential issues there could be for people travelling in suborbital space ...

Tearjerking meeting between Paddington Bear and The Queen wins P&O Memorable Moment Award at BAFTAs

It’s the scene that melted the hearts of millions both at the time of its release, and following the death of The Queen. ‘Paddington Meets The Queen – Platinum Jubilee: Party at the Palace, BBC One’ won P&O Cruises first Memorable Moment award at the 2023 BAFTA Television Awards with P&O Cruises, the only award at the ceremony voted for by the public. The winning moment received 15 million YouTube ...

First full-year post-pandemic international travel figures reveal industry’s real growth

It’s clear much of Australia spent lockdown planning their next overseas holiday. What a difference a year makes! The first real full-year indication of just how quickly Australia’s travel industry sprang back into action has been released in the latest Australian Government International Airline Activity report. Data for the full-year ending October 2022, reveals that as Sydney and Melbourne ended their final pandemic-induced lockdowns in October 2021, travel planning began ...

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