Las Vegas has a new television ad announcing the city’s reopening. Plus, Spain is looking to import tourists from Germany.
Those are some of the day’s travel headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.
New Las Vegas Television Spot: “Now Open”
Just a couple of weeks after launching a new ad new campaign, the Visit Las Vegas folks are back with a new commercial. It depicts someone turning on the lights to the entire city.
Watch it below:
It reminded me a little of Disneyland’s Main Street Electrical Parade commercials that pop up whenever the park relaunches the iconic spectacle.
That’s a Heckuva Cosign
Bloomberg (via Yahoo! Finance) reports that Delta “is in talks to let Gol Linhas Inteligentes SA postpone payments on a $300 million loan for which the U.S. carrier is guarantor.”
Suddenly makes cosigning a car loan for your weird relative seem downright safe, doesn’t it?
Spain to Import German Tourists
Many tourists escaped COVID-19 ravaged countries on airlift flights.
Now, Spain will airlift German tourists into the country’s Balearic Islands during the coming weeks.
TSA Screened Over a Million Passengers This Past Weekend
More people are getting the itch to fly again.
Fox News Travel reports the TSA screened over 1.2 million passengers last weekend.
Sit Down and — Dance?
Technotronic famously sang the lyrics, “Get up on your feet / Before the night is through.” That simply won’t stand at a certain Dutch nightclub.
Guests who visit Doornroosje in Nijmegen can shake their booties, salute with metal fingers, and shuffle their feet — but must remain seated.
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