New York lifts travel ban

A New York area travel ban has been filched, but Washington DC is still at a stand after a snowstorm paralyzed northeastern United States, killing around nineteen people.

New York City record number of visitors in 2014

In the year 2014, the city of New York reached an estimated visitors of 56.4 million visitors, which is an all time record. It also generated a record US$ 61.3 billion in overall along with a great economic impact, backing 359000 jobs related to tourism as well as US$ 21 billion in wages.

The hotel sector of the City reached around 102000 rooms previous year, when selling a 32.4 million total hotel room nights, which is an all-time high, as per a release. Tourism industry also managed to get US$ 3.7 billion in tax profits.

Show and rain hampers Thanksgiving travel

People who are planning to travel for Thanksgiving are dealing with delayed and cancelled flights, packed airports along with uncomfortable turbulence as snow and rain move up East Coast on one of the busiest travel days of the year.

All Nippon Airways’ new link to Brazil

All Nippon Airways is now blowing up their links in Brazil with the signing of brand new code share collaboration with the TAM Airlines. Already, the Japanese airline has a code share collaboration with TAM which lets passengers on their Tokyo London airplane service to link onwards with TAM from London to Sao Paulo, and after that to Rio de Janeiro.

Central Perk coffee shop unfolds in New York to celebrate Friends' 20 year anniversary

Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Joey and Pheobe spent countless hours sitting on the popular orange couch drinking coffee and talk about everything. Well, now you could do the same - if you are in New York this month. A real life version of the well known Central Perk coffee shop opened earlier on Wednesday to celebrate the Friends' 20th anniversary that premiered on 22nd September,1994.

Wildlife: Sage grouse dictate looks to Wyoming

On Tuesday, Governor Steve Bullock issued a highly awaited executive order on how the state would deal with sage grouse as well as conserve their habitat, a plan supporters expect that it would stave off listing under federal Endangered Species Act as well as the land use restrictions which could bring.

On Tuesday, in a press conference, Bullock told that this was not an easy process a no one walked away with everything they looked for. But these folks and the people they represent recognize the important role of keeping management in state hands.

Massive emergency preparation practice in New York

The New York City Department of Health carried out a huge emergency preparation practice at thirty facilities throughout the city earlier on Friday. The department personnel examined the delivery of emergency medications in the case of a biological onrush, like anthrax, or other public health emergency in the place. The bulk of the deliveries would happen at public school buildings.

Glasgow 2014 organizers experiencing unprecedented demand for tickets

The chiefs of Glasgow 2014 chiefs apologized for all the difficulties and delays as sports fans tried to snap up the newest release of tickets that include all seventeen sports as well as the opening and closing ceremonies. The organizers of the 2014 Commonwealth Games have reported that they are seeing unprecedented demand for tickets.

Aloft brand all set to make its debut in New York

Aloft brand of Starwood is all set to enter in Syracuse in New York. Aloft Syracuse Inner Harbor would be an important component of a huge waterfront redevelopment program along former Barge Canal. Designated to start in June 2016, the property would have hundred and thirty two spacious and loft like rooms.

New York and New Jersey declares state of emergency

New York and New Jersey governors have declared a state of emergency in the states. They have asked the residents to stay indoors earlier on Thursday as a huge snow storm bore down on the north east United States, canceling or delaying thousands of flights.

The very first snow storm this year brought high winds and bone chilling temperatures from lower Mississippi Valley to the coast of the Atlantic, with several parts of New England bracing for up to fourteen inches of snow by the morning of Friday.