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Why Colombia is One of the Hottest Destinations for LGBTQ Travelers

Why Colombia is One of the Hottest Destinations for LGBTQ Travelers

TRAVEL | By Billy McEntee | Jan 19, 2022

For LGBTQ+ travelers, Colombia boasts bustling city streets, natural wonders, and plenty of queer discoveries, from clubs and restaurants to welcoming communities.

Airlines Worldwide Rush to Change Flights Over US 5G Problem

Airlines Worldwide Rush to Change Flights Over US 5G Problem

TRAVEL | By Jon Gambrell | Jan 19, 2022

Airlines across the world rushed to cancel or change flights heading into the U.S. over an ongoing dispute about the rollout of 5G mobile phone technology.

Flesh Queer Festival and 4 More Can't-Miss UK LGBTQ Events in 2022

Flesh Queer Festival and 4 More Can't-Miss UK LGBTQ Events in 2022

TRAVEL | By Kilian Melloy | Jan 18, 2022

The Flesh Queer Festival featuring EDM and camping is among the UK's best LGBTQ+ events of 2022, which also includes anniversary Pride celebrations in Birmingham and London.

Airlines Again Warn of Potential Disruption From 5G Rollout

Airlines Again Warn of Potential Disruption From 5G Rollout

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Jan 18, 2022

Airlines warn that thousands of flights could be grounded or delayed if the 5G rollout takes place near major airports.

LGBTQ Tour Operator VACAYA Completes Caribbean Cruise, Responds to Scathing NY Times Article

LGBTQ Tour Operator VACAYA Completes Caribbean Cruise, Responds to Scathing NY Times Article

TRAVEL | Jan 17, 2022

LGBTQ tour operator VACAYA deemed its recent Caribbean cruise a success and calls out the New York Times for bias reporting.

5 Reasons Why 'Shoulder Season' is the Best Time to Travel

5 Reasons Why 'Shoulder Season' is the Best Time to Travel

TRAVEL | By Sally French, NerdWallet | Jan 17, 2022

This year might bring similar COVID-related challenges for travelers, but here's a good way to skirt most: Travel during "shoulder season."

The Best of the US: Where to Stay in 4 Iconic LGBTQ Trailblazing Cities

The Best of the US: Where to Stay in 4 Iconic LGBTQ Trailblazing Cities

TRAVEL | By Brandon Berkson | Jan 17, 2022

In the final installment of our Hotels Above Par collaboration, we share four U.S. LGBTQ+-friendly hotels to anchor your next getaway.

Where to Go in 2022: How Mérida Became Mexico's LGBTQ Sweet Spot

Where to Go in 2022: How Mérida Became Mexico's LGBTQ Sweet Spot

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Jan 17, 2022

Mérida gently expresses itself through personable locals, rich Mayan culture, and a few queer finds if you know where to look.

Malta: The Hidden LGBTQ Gem of the Mediterranean

Malta: The Hidden LGBTQ Gem of the Mediterranean

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jan 17, 2022

Malta ranks as a top vacation destination for those in the know, thanks to 300+ days of sunshine per year, dramatic historical sites, affordable luxury accommodations and some of the world's best diving spots.

Delta Air Lines Called 'Discriminatory' for Lack of Nonbinary Ticketing Option

Delta Air Lines Called 'Discriminatory' for Lack of Nonbinary Ticketing Option

TRAVEL | Jan 16, 2022

Delta Airlines has been called out for lacking a nonbinary gender option despite its commitment to adding the option three years ago.

3 Women Charged with Beating Airline Security Officer at JFK

3 Women Charged with Beating Airline Security Officer at JFK

TRAVEL | Jan 15, 2022

Three women are facing federal charges of attacking an airline security worker who tried to block them from boarding a flight at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport.

How Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Redesigned Rooms with Glitz and Glamour

How Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace Redesigned Rooms with Glitz and Glamour

TRAVEL | Jan 13, 2022

Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, the luxury boutique hotel within the iconic Las Vegas resort, debuts 182 redesigned guest rooms and suites.

Delta Extends Life of Travel Vouchers From Pandemic

Delta Extends Life of Travel Vouchers From Pandemic

TRAVEL | Jan 13, 2022

Delta Air Lines will extend through 2023 the window for customers to rebook credits earned when they purchased but then canceled flights during the pandemic.

Delta Loses $408 Million; 8,000 Employees Hit With COVID

Delta Loses $408 Million; 8,000 Employees Hit With COVID

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Jan 13, 2022

Delta Air Lines lost $408 million in the final quarter of 2021, dragged down by a COVID-19 surge that rocked the airline in December.

Pride Journeys: Cold Weather Adventures in Iceland

Pride Journeys: Cold Weather Adventures in Iceland

TRAVEL | Jan 13, 2022

Discover Iceland for winter weather adventures, including the Northern Lights, Golden Circles, and enchanting capital city of Reykjavík.

Watch: An Inside Look at EDGE's 7 Best LGBTQ Travel Destinations for 2022

Watch: An Inside Look at EDGE's 7 Best LGBTQ Travel Destinations for 2022

TRAVEL | Jan 12, 2022

EDGE welcomes IGLTA Vice President of Communications LoAnn Halden to discuss our top LGBTQ travel picks for the coming year.

Spain's 5 Best Pride Events for 2022 - Madrid, Barcelona and More!

Spain's 5 Best Pride Events for 2022 - Madrid, Barcelona and More!

TRAVEL | Jan 12, 2022

Looking to get out and see some of the world this Pride season? Here are some destinations in Spain you'll want to check out.

LGBTQ Cruises Sail on as CDC Issues Warnings, Some Lines Cancel

LGBTQ Cruises Sail on as CDC Issues Warnings, Some Lines Cancel

TRAVEL | By Kilian Melloy | Jan 11, 2022

The CDC has issued a warning, and some lines have canceled scheduled itineraries — but LGBTQ+ cruises, it appears, are still sailing.

Airbnb Will Change Process to Fight Discrimination in Oregon

Airbnb Will Change Process to Fight Discrimination in Oregon

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Jan 10, 2022

Airbnb hosts in Oregon will soon only see the initials of some prospective renters in a change designed to prevent discrimination against Black users.

Six Flags in Mexico City Drops 'Affectionate Behavior' Ban

Six Flags in Mexico City Drops 'Affectionate Behavior' Ban

TRAVEL | Jan 9, 2022

The Six Flags amusement park in Mexico City announced Thursday it is dropping a ban on "affectionate behavior" after complaints over two gay friends being taken out of a line at a ride for kissing.

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