This Week in Travel: Fabergé Takes to the Sky
Why you should fill out airline surveys, plus Four Seasons goes around the world—here’s what’s happening in travel.
Trend Spotlight: Luxury at high altitude
Inflight shopping is getting fancier by the mile. Through May 5, Fabergé, the fine jewellery brand noted for its egg designs, is offering a limited-edition collection to passengers flying on select VisaJet planes. The collaboration is the latest to take luxury shopping to high altitudes. Earlier this year, elite passengers flying New York to London routes on Virgin Atlantic could purchase works of art by British artist and former Banksy collaborator Ben Eine. (Forbes)
New York is now a surfing destination.
Add surfing to the infinite number of things you can do in New York. Visitors are increasingly catching waves around the city and off the coast of Long Island, where the competition scene is growing. (Condé Nast Traveller)
Survey says speak up
Airlines actually read passenger surveys. Better yet, they sometimes take our suggestions. (Wall Street Journal)
Cultures blend in Mauritius.
Journey to the island where nationalities, cultures and cooking styles intermingle to cosmopolitan effect. (BBC)
Pay what you weigh.
Samoa Air says charging passengers according to their weight (plus the weight of their luggage) is “the concept of the future.” (The Guardian)
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