Northeast Braces For Another Round of Winter Storm Cancellations
More than 1,450 flights were canceled Tuesday.According to FlightAware.com as of 9:30 a.m. ET, more than 1,450 flights were canceled across the United States Tuesday, including more than 800 departing and arriving flights at Boston’s Logan International Airport.
If you're anything like me, you've spent a fair amount of time daydreaming about taking a, staring at endless vistas, penning the next great American novel or catching up on a thick , and listening to endless jazzy playlists.
Well, now's the time to say all aboard to that fantasy, thanks to' biggest sale of the year. The flash sale runs through April 6th, and the savings for your rail journey are deep: You'll get $300 off bedrooms or $200 off roomettes (the deal is only applicable when you choose private sleeping accommodations). The special offer includes a private sleeping room with a window, fresh linens and towels, all meals on-board the train, priority boarding, and access to private in-station lounges where available. All Amtrak Vacations combine rail transportation with sightseeing excursions at various stops along your trip.
Easter weekend travel smooth so far
As travelers hit the road for Easter and Spring Break, it's mostly smooth sailing on the nation's highways, rails and airports. Amtrak spokesperson Jason Abrams said this morning that trains were running mostly on schedule and that there were no residual issues following a derailment in North Carolina on Wednesday. No one was injured in that incident and the train is back in service.Ridership has increased for today and this weekend, particularly on the Northeast Corridor and other shorter-distance services.
Intrigued by a? What about a in Montana's Rocky Mountains? Ready to check Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Glacier National Park off your bucket list? The awaits. Well, it's time to plot your vacation — and that great American novel.
Amtrak's Great Dome Car Returns to the Adirondacks for Fall Foliage Runs .
Tickets are on sale now!