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en-us Copyright 2016 The New York Times Company Tue, 24 May 2016 05:47:17 GMT NYT > Travel https://static01.nyt.com/images/misc/NYT_logo_rss_250x40.png http://www.nytimes.com/section/travel?partner=rss&emc=rss Update: In Egypt, a Setback for Tourism Amid Signs of Hope http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/29/travel/egypt-cairo-tourism-terrorism.html?partner=rss&emc=rss http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/29/travel/egypt-cairo-tourism-terrorism.html The Karnak Temple in Luxor, Egypt. Ed Giles/Getty Images Disaster — man-made or natural — can instantly change the fortunes of tourism destinations, as Egypt knows all too well.

Update: In Egypt, a Setback for Tourism Amid Signs of Hope
Disaster — man-made or natural — can instantly change the fortunes of tourism destinations, as Egypt knows all too well.
Where to Go Now: 5 Places Obama Should See in Vietnam
President Obama visits Vietnam this month, and experts have some ideas about where he should go, from Ha Long Bay to Hanoi’s French Quarter.
For Some Flight Attendants, Schtick Comes With the Safety Spiel
Some flight attendants are going out of their way to keep passengers entertained, with songs and comedy routines.
Q and A: What Reese Witherspoon Likes About the South
The South is home for the actress Reese Witherspoon and she has some recommendations: shopping in Nashville, food in Atlanta, tailgating in Oxford.
A Plush Hideway in the Florida Keys
On Little Palm Island in Florida, guests can swim, kayak and lounge with a well-made cocktail (though the key deer can be frisky).
The Getaway: To Tip or Not to Tip Your Uber Driver
Uber has begun allowing drivers in two states to post signs in their cars that say tips are appreciated. Is this just the beginning of Uber tipping?
Frugal Family: Bringing a Destination Wedding Within a Family’s Reach
With an infant in tow, a thrifty couple learns that a beach fiesta and wedding in Mexico are exercises in budgetary gamesmanship.
Special Report: Business Aviation: New Aircraft Give Market Some Lift
The appeal of private jets remains strong, particularly in the category of bigger jets with larger cabins that can fly farther than ever without stopping for fuel.
The Haggler: An Extra Week in Kenya, but Not by Choice
A traveler who bought her plane ticket to Nairobi through a low-cost online service learns that her return ticket has been inexplicably canceled.
Dining | New Jersey: Newark Airport’s Terminal C Is a Refuge From the Cardboard Pizza Slice
A guided tour of four new restaurants suggests the return of a little flair to airport dining.

May's #avgeek gallery: 30 cool aviation photos
Check out our latest batch of fun airplane and aviation photos from around the globe.

America's annual barbecue festivals
Find smokin' celebrations, cook-offs and competitions across the USA from spring to fall.

Largest cruise ship ever sets sail on inaugural voyage
Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas has room for up to 6,780 passengers.

See the 'shining mountains' of Glacier National Park
Only 25 glaciers still remain in the park, so see them while you can.

Stuck in a security line? Share a smile
There are a few new tricks for making the time pass — and a shortcut or two.

These Australian views are everything
Soar over Australia in this amazing 360 video experience

Ask the Captain: Whatever happened to the DC-10?
Why did wide-body jets like the DC-10 and L-1011 did not become major factors in airline fleets?

First trip on a private jet? Here’s what you need to know
With more first-time private plane fliers heading into the skies, it’s important for travelers to know what to expect — and how to behave — on a private plane.

Yellowstone’s ‘Grand Lady of the Lake’ turns 125
The Lake Hotel is the oldest hotel in Yellowstone National Park, and the National Park Service is celebrating the hotel’s 125th anniversary this month.

Spectacular national park photos from @USInterior on Instagram
The US Department of the Interior chose their favorite Instagram photos to share.