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Power line falls on car during Oregon ice storm, killing 3 and injuring a baby, authorities say

Jose Peralta, with the Oregon Department of Forestry, uses a chainsaw to cut a downed tree into smaller pieces after it fell on a car and a home on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2024, in Portland, Ore. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane)

Jose Peralta, with the Oregon Department of Forestry, uses a chainsaw to cut a downed tree into smaller pieces after it fell on a car and a home on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2024, in Portland, Ore. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane)

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A power line fell on a parked car in northeast Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday, killing three people and injuring a baby during an ice storm that turned roads and mountain highways treacherous in the Pacific Northwest. (Jan. 18)

In this image made from a video provided by KGW, authorities work the scene Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024, in Portland, Ore, after a power line fell on a vehicle, killing three people and injuring a baby during an ice storm that turned roads and mountain highways treacherous in the Pacific Northwest. (KGW via AP)

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In this image made from video provided by KGW, police tape hangs from a speed limit sign on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024, in Portland, Ore., near the scene after a power line fell on a vehicle killing three people and injuring a baby during an ice storm. (Joe Raineri/KGW via AP)

This image provided by Portland Fire & Rescue shows a tree branch over a once active wire at the scene Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024, in Portland, Ore, after the power line fell on a vehicle, killing three people and injuring a baby during an ice storm. (Rick Graves/Portland Fire & Rescue via AP)

This image made from a video provided by KGW, shows the scene Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024, in Portland, Ore, after a power line fell on a vehicle, killing three people and injuring a baby during an ice storm that turned roads and mountain highways treacherous in the Pacific Northwest. (KGW via AP)

As freezing rain falls a worker at ArborPro cuts a branch from a 150-foot tree that was at risk of falling on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024, in Lake Oswego, Ore. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane)

A worker from PGE works to install a new power line as crews work on restoring power to the area after a storm on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024, in Lake Oswego, Ore. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane)

Ice covers blades of grass on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024, in Tigard, Ore. An ice storm threatened to topple towering trees onto power lines and turned mountain highways treacherous Wednesday in the Pacific Northwest, where residents were urged to avoid travel. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane)

Ice is seen on a tree on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024, in Tigard, Ore. An ice storm threatened to topple towering trees onto power lines and turned mountain highways treacherous Wednesday in the Pacific Northwest, where residents were urged to avoid travel. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane)

A fountain freezes at the Historic BK House & Gardens during freezing weather in New Orleans, Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024. (Sophia Germer/The Times-Picayune/The New Orleans Advocate via AP)

Ice covers flowers on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024, in Lake Oswego, Ore. An ice storm threatened to topple towering trees onto power lines and turned mountain highways treacherous Wednesday in the Pacific Northwest, where residents were urged to avoid travel. (AP Photo/Gillian Flaccus)

Patrick Sahr shovels snow in Buffalo, N.Y., Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024. Heavy lake-effect snow was forecast in Buffalo, with up to 4 inches an hour expected through the afternoon. City hall was closed, and school districts declared snow days. Travel bans were issued for several suburbs. The winter blast comes days after a storm that delayed an NFL playoff game for a day. (AP Photo/Carolyn Thompson)

A fountain at Antioch Park in downtown Houston still runs as ice forms on it, Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024. (Elizabeth Conley/Houston Chronicle via AP)

Vulnerable tropical plants are covered with a plastic tarp along a sidewalk during freezing weather in New Orleans on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024. (Chris Granger/The Times-Picayune/The New Orleans Advocate via AP)

Visitors pose for a photo in front of the Washington Monument on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024, in Washington. (AP Photo/Mariam Zuhaib)

A skid steer with the City of Florence works to clear portions of roadway at Pine and West College Streets Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024 in downtown Florence, Ala. (Dan Busey/The TimesDaily via AP)

Ice-covered walking trails cut a pattern across Strawberry Patch Park in Madison, Miss., Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2023. A winter storm brought frigid tempers and frozen precipitation when it moved into the state Monday night. (Barbara Gauntt/The Clarion-Ledger via AP)

Although the fountain at Renaissance shopping center in Ridgeland, Miss., is still running, its features are encased in ice and the fountain water is icing over Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2023. A winter storm with frigid temperatures and precipitation blew into Mississippi Monday night. (Barbara Gauntt/The Clarion-Ledger via AP)

Motorists travel along an ice and snow covered Helton Drive, Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024 in Florence, Ala. (Dan Busey/The TimesDaily via AP)

A vehicle drives on the road on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2024, in Tigard, Ore. An ice storm threatened to topple towering trees onto power lines and turned mountain highways treacherous Wednesday in the Pacific Northwest, where residents were urged to avoid travel. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane)

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A power line fell on a parked car in northeast Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday, killing three people and injuring a baby during an ice storm that turned roads and mountain highways treacherous in the Pacific Northwest .

Shortly before noon, dispatchers started receiving frantic calls about a downed power line and people appearing to be electrocuted, according to a statement from the city’s fire department. A branch had fallen on a power line, causing it to fall onto an SUV, the statement said.

As the chaotic situation unfolded, a resident grabbed the baby from one of the people lying in the street in a bid to save its life, according to the statement. The three killed — two adults and one teenager — were found dead upon firefighters’ arrival, and the baby was taken to a hospital. It is believed the victims were electrocuted after they got out of the vehicle, the statement said.

The power company later deenergized the line, the statement added without specifying which company.

A skid steer with the City of Florence works to clear portions of roadway at Pine and West College Streets Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024 in downtown Florence, Ala. (Dan Busey/The TimesDaily via AP)

Around Portland, driving and even walking were virtually impossible as slick ice coated roads and sidewalks. Icicles dangled from roofs and cars, and ice encased branches, plants and leaves like thick glass.

A large swath of the region was under warnings Wednesday for as much as 1 inch (2.5 centimeters) of ice, promising only to add to the damage wrought by a deadly, powerful storm that hit over the weekend. The warning area was reduced later in the morning to parts of southwest Washington and northwest Oregon, including Portland, and further limited to the western edge of the Columbia River Gorge in the afternoon.

Freezing rain could return to the region Thursday evening through Friday morning, the National Weather Service said. The areas most likely to be impacted include the eastern Portland metro area and the western Columbia River Gorge.

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Portland transportation officials asked the public to stay off the roads through Thursday morning, and numerous school districts, including Oregon’s largest, canceled classes for a third straight day as roads remained slick.

The three deaths Wednesday added to at least seven deaths linked to fallen trees and suspected hypothermia during the previous weekend’s storm.

Daniel Buck, who lives just a few steps from where the deaths took place in northeast Portland, told The Associated Press he heard an explosion and then saw a person running out of a car with a downed power line laying on top in flames. When he got closer, he said, he saw that person and two others on the ground about 35 feet (10.7 meters) away from the car, where the rest of the power line had fallen. He said he saw one of the victim’s pant legs on fire.

“All of them were making contact with the live wire, so nobody could touch them to help,” said Buck, who described the victims as residents of a nearby apartment. “It was just terrible.”

Workers from PGE work on restoring power to the area after a storm on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024, in Lake Oswego, Ore. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane)

Workers from PG&E work on restoring power to the area after a storm on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024, in Lake Oswego, Ore. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane)

Diane Flaherty, resident of a forested neighborhood in southwest Portland, said her home has been without power since Saturday. That day, she left her house to stay with her brother-in-law when she saw the large tree in her front yard start swaying in the strong wind.

“It was like a war zone,” she said, describing the sound of trees cracking as they toppled onto her neighbors’ cars and homes. “We were absolutely stunned.”

The storm canceled or delayed flights, including in Vancouver, British Columbia, where heavy snow blanketed the city and snarled traffic, The Canadian Press reported.

The storm hit the northwest corner of the U.S. as much of the rest of the country coped with bitter weather that in some places put electricity supplies at risk. Some 90,000 homes and businesses across the U.S. — mostly in Oregon — did not have power as of late Wednesday, according to PowerOutage.us.

Freezing temperatures spread as far south as North Florida on Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service said.

Traffic makes its way along 8th Ave. Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024, in Nashville, Tenn. A snowstorm blanketed the area with up to eight inches of snow and frigid temperatures. (AP Photo/George Walker IV)

Traffic makes its way along 8th Ave. Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024, in Nashville, Tenn. A snowstorm blanketed the area with up to eight inches of snow and frigid temperatures. (AP Photo/George Walker IV)

It was 5 degrees in Chicago (minus 15 Celsius) and 6 degrees (minus 14.4 Celsius) in Detroit — significantly colder than Alaska’s capital of Juneau, where it was 18 degrees (minus 7.8 Celsius). Some Midwesterners managed to find a bright side.

“It’s probably the most beautiful time in Chicago, ever,” Richard Wineberg said as he admired the snow-covered landscape.

In western New York, the weather was blamed for three deaths in three days. Two people were apparently stricken while clearing snow, and a third was struck by a vehicle while brushing snow from his car, officials said Wednesday.

A motorist is pushed through the snow Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024, in Nashville, Tenn. A snowstorm blanketed the area with up to eight inches of snow and frigid temperatures.(AP Photo/George Walker IV)

A motorist is pushed through the snow Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024, in Nashville, Tenn. A snowstorm blanketed the area with up to eight inches of snow and frigid temperatures.(AP Photo/George Walker IV)

Five people were struck and killed by a tractor-trailer on Interstate 81 in northeastern Pennsylvania after they left their vehicles following a separate crash on slick pavement. Investigators were still determining the exact cause.

Heavy lake-effect snow was forecast in Buffalo, with up to 4 inches (10 centimeters) an hour expected through the afternoon. The blast came days after a storm that delayed an NFL playoff game for a day.

Early Wednesday, Patrick Sahr shoveled snow from his car and driveway in Buffalo after at least 18 inches (45.7 centimeters) of snow fell overnight — on top of 3 feet (1 meter) over the weekend.

“I just want to keep up with it,” he said during a lull.

On the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation near Fort Thompson, South Dakota, about three dozen people stayed in a shelter and the tribe paid to put up about 40 families in a motel. The tribe also provided propane and wood for home heating, and plastic to cover drafty windows, for what tribal Chairman Peter Lengkeek called “substandard government homes.”

It’s expensive, but “you can’t put a price on life and suffering,” Lengkeek said.

In Tennessee, health officials have confirmed at least 14 weather-related deaths. Memphis-Shelby County Schools, the state’s largest public school system with about 100,000 students, canceled Thursday classes.

The Tennessee Valley Authority, which provides electricity to seven Southern states, reported a preliminary all-time record for peak power demand Wednesday morning as the region dropped to an average of 4 degrees (minus 15.5 Celsius).

Contributing to this report were Associated Press writers Jim Salter in O’Fallon, Missouri; Adrian Sainz in Memphis, Tennessee; Jonathan Mattise in Nashville, Tennessee; Julie Walker in New York City; and Carolyn Thompson in Buffalo, New York. Golden reported from Seattle.

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Better prices but additional requirements? What travelers should expect this year.

If you're planning to travel somewhere in 2024, you probably have lots of questions. Like, how much will it cost? Is it safe? Are there places I should avoid? Should I just stay home?

And chances are, you've probably heard a lot of answers in the last few days. It's hard to miss the talking heads on TV who sound so sure of themselves. But the truth is, no one has any idea what will really happen for the most part.

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So what do we know? We have a pretty good idea of travel prices (they'll be mixed, but generally affordable). We also know that some major new travel requirements have been delayed, but not for long. We know travel can be risky and that there are some places you should absolutely avoid in 2024.

The rest is pure conjecture – but oh boy, is it ever fun.

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Forecasts that are based on hard data like advance bookings or future contracts are fairly reliable. So here's what we know about travel prices in 2024:

◾ Domestic airfares will fall. Airfares will slide 16% this year compared to 2023 for U.S. flights, according to Kayak . The average round-trip ticket will cost $461. Internationally, fares will rise 10% from last year.

◾ Car rental rates will climb. American Express projects car rental prices will increase by 5% this year in the U.S. and Canada. But some destinations, such as Mexico and Chile, won't see any change in prices.

◾ Fuel prices will drop. Gas prices will slide almost 5%, to an average of $3.36 in 2024, according to projections from the U.S. Energy Information Administration . That should make spring break and summer driving trips more affordable.

◾ Hotel rates will rise. Lodging rates will increase almost 7% on average in 2024, according to research by BCD Travel. But it will vary by city and time of year.

Overall, travel should be affordable in 2024, barring any big surprises. But it depends on where you go and when you go. 

If you're traveling to Europe, you could spend $8 a gallon on gas. And don't even think about getting an affordable hotel room in Paris this July. Average hotel rates during the Olympic Games are up from $187 a night to $764, according to the Paris Tourist Office.

Coming soon: new travel requirements

It looked like 2024 would be a big year for new travel requirements. But some of those have been postponed. 

◾ No Europe travel authorization for U.S. travelers. Europe's ETIAS travel authorization , a new entry requirement for visa-exempt people traveling Europe, was supposed to launch this year. Authorities have delayed it until 2025. Some observers say it won't be in place until mid-2025.

◾ But mind Europe's new Entry/Exit System (EES). The new system , which collects biometric information on travelers, could slow down your next airport transit. You'll want to give yourself a little extra time when leaving from a European airport so you won't miss your flight.

◾ You can still fly domestically with your old ID. The TSA's requirement that your driver's license or other state photo ID meet the new REAL ID standards has been extended to mid-2025. But this may be the year to get one of the new IDs.

Still, some countries are implementing new travel requirements in 2024, so make sure you check before you leave. For example, you'll need a visa to enter Brazil after January 10 . There's an option for an e-visa for qualified applicants. Don't wait until the last minute to make arrangements. 

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Travel will be safer and cheaper – except here

The experts may want you to think that travel hasn't been this safe and affordable since the pandemic. But they probably say that because they want you to book more travel in 2024.

If you're traveling domestically, you'll probably want to steer clear of the political conventions this summer in Milwaukee and Chicago. Paris in summer is also a no-go (wait until fall for prices to come back down). Plus, there are big holidays around the world, like Diwali, Eid and Christmas, which reliably translate into huge crowds and high rates.

And as for safety – sure, visiting your closest national park in 2024 will be a pretty safe bet. But the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the Hamas-Israel conflict show no sign of ending any time soon, and it wouldn't surprise me to see another major conflict or two next year. 

All the more reason to study those State Department advisories before you book – and to consider buying a comprehensive travel insurance policy from a reputable company.

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And here's what could happen to travel in 2024

Now comes the fun part, which is making informed predictions about next year. 

◾ Artificial intelligence will change the way you travel : I'm probably not the first person to say this, and I know I won't be the last. However, most of the travel industry has been focused on AI as a travel planning tool. Here's the space to watch: For years, travel companies have been using AI to squeeze the most money out of you using programs that predict demand and set prices. The latest AI promises to turn the tables on that equation. In 2024, travelers could use AI to help them find the lowest rates and the best times to book – and it could save them billions of dollars collectively.  

◾ More airlines will merge: The merger between Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines, announced late last year, took almost everyone by surprise. I don't think we're done. There's still the pending merger between JetBlue Airways and Spirit Airlines, which will be decided by a court in early 2024. Something tells me there will be more airline mergers in 2024, if not in the United States, then abroad. Buying a competitor, laying off employees and raising prices is just too tempting for the average airline CEO to resist. Passengers have two choices. Either complain to government regulators and ask them to stop these anticompetitive mergers, or accept the higher fares and reduced service.

◾ Travel fees will increase : Alaska Airlines has already raised its checked baggage fees from $30 to $35, effective Jan. 2. A second bag will cost $45, a $5 increase. Other domestic airlines are certain to follow. And it's not just airlines. Hotels will quietly increase their mandatory "resort" fees this year unless the government adopts a new rule limiting these junk fees, which it is considering. Fees like these are found money for the hotel. The actual cost of providing the service is often close to zero. So it's all just a clever way of raising prices.

This is shaping up to be one of the most interesting years to travel, but let's not mince words. Despite the affordable prices, you'll find more fees, new rules – and danger. Now more than ever, you'll have to deploy the latest technology to stay safe and avoid rip-offs. 

Oh, and don't forget to have fun. I'll see you out there.

Christopher Elliott  is an author, consumer advocate, and journalist. He founded  Elliott Advocacy , a nonprofit organization that helps solve consumer problems. He publishes  Elliott Confidential , a travel newsletter, and the  Elliott Report , a news site about customer service. If you need help with a consumer problem, you can  reach him here  or email him at  [email protected] .

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Over the past two years, trains have become the transport of choice for a growing number of travelers, both in the U.S and Europe , thanks to improved services and connections, an emphasis on the environment, and new investments in high-speed rail lines (the E.U. is aiming to double high-speed rail use by 2030 and triple current levels by 2050).

It’s no surprise, then, that a number of train projects and formats are being developed to meet demand, and take the scenic route to a whole new level. The latest? The relaunch of the original Orient Express. The train that forever changed luxury travel almost 140 years ago—it debuted on October 4, 1883—is being brought back to life by French hospitality group Accor, which uses the Orient Express name under license from SNCF, France’s national train service.

Starting in 2024 and just in time for the Paris Olympics, the railroad icon will gear up to resume service from the French capital to the rest of the continent, reviving the same lavish journeys of its heyday. While details and itineraries have yet to be confirmed, it’s likely that some of the routes will end in Istanbul , just as it was for the first Orient Express. 

The refurbished train is going to be “a dream on wheels,” according to Guillaume de Saint Lager, vice president of the Orient Express. “We are reimagining the Orient Express to create something timeless,” says Saint Lager. “The idea is to present a fantasy: a train that could have been made today or 100 years ago—with the addition of all the contemporary comforts, of course.”

Seventeen cars—12 sleeping cars, one restaurant, three lounges, and one caboose—will form the ‘new’ convoy. All of them date back to the 1920s and '30s and used to form what was known as the Nostalgie-Istanbul Orient-Express (the train took different names depending on its routes).

The story of how the original train cars were rediscovered is as fascinating as the train’s glamorous past.  In 2015, industrial history researcher Arthur Mettetal embarked on a worldwide quest to inventory what was left of the Orient Express for SNCF. The luxury train company had shut down in 1977, but different iterations of the Orient Express had been briefly resurrected in the 1980s, only to disappear almost completely by the following decade (save for the Belmond’s Venice Simplon-Orient-Express rail service, part of a completely separate venture). In the intervening years, many of the trains had gone off the grid.

During the course of his survey, Mattatel came across an anonymously posted YouTube video of a train that resembled the Nostalgie-Istanbul. He began analyzing the clip for clues as to where the convoy might be and, after using a combination of Google Maps and 3D tools, located it on the border between Belarus and Poland.

A few months later, Mettetal traveled to Warsaw with Saint Lager, as well as a translator and a photographer. From there, they headed to the forsaken steppe Mettetal had pinned on his map, where the cars lay unattended. They had been there for about 10 years.

“We were expecting them to be in terrible condition, but inside they were surprisingly well-preserved,” recounts Saint Lager. “Some of them still had the original Lalique glass panels that were so emblematic of the Orient Express. We also found Morrison and Nelson marquetry,” which are intricate wood carvings with inlays of precious materials like gold or ebony. “The Art Deco details were just incredibly vibrant,” Saint Lager says. Following two years of negotiation between Accor and the owner of the Nostalgie-Istanbul, the train was eventually escorted back to France .

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The expert team is using archival information to restore the train cars to their former Art Deco splendor.

For its restoration, Saint Lager and his team reached out to Paris-based architect Maxime D’Angeac. The brief: to come up with a fantasy Art Deco style that would evoke the past yet hold a contemporary appeal. Also, to turn a century-old train with 10 compartments and one toilet per car into a suites-only luxury hotel on wheels (each suite with its own opulent bathroom).

“From the get-go, we knew we wanted this to be a thoroughly French project,” says Saint Lager. “So hiring a French creative was almost a given. We needed someone that would understand the myth, the legend, and the cultural legacy of the train to render it anew, without imposing their vision.”

D’Angeac can’t reveal much about his designs for the carriages—the first renderings are expected to be released in October—but he agrees on the importance of respecting the original spirit of the Orient Express while transforming it into something different, to cater modern-day travelers. “The Orient Express is a train beyond time and fashion,” he says, noting that he’s drawing inspiration from key designers from the Art Deco era, like René Prou. “What I am setting out to do is create a mythical, ephemeral atmosphere from a dream that evaporated a long time ago. The question that I keep asking myself is: what would René Prou ​​and his team have done in the 21st century?”

Naturally, the train’s historical archives are proving a treasure trove of inspiration. “We’ve had access to sketches and prints of the fabrics, marquetry details, drawings, and original plans,” says the architect. “Following the steps of our predecessors is essential to usher in the new Orient Express.”

The elements that were found in the cars back in Poland—woodwork, ornamental details, engraved wall motifs, and those evocative Lalique panels—are also being restored and will feature throughout the train.

As for the rest of the furnishings and objects that will be used in the Nostalgie-Istanbul, Saint Lager says they will spotlight French craftsmanship. “From the products to the amenities and the textiles in the rooms, the train will be a true celebration of France’s artisanal excellence,” he says.

The only other insight he can reveal, for now, it’s a plan for a ‘Winter Garden’ in one of the carriages. “It will be completely extravagant,” he says. “Just like the journeys we’ll offer on the train.”

Tickets will go on sale in 2023—but if you can’t wait, there’s always the Orient Express La Dolce Vita (another project by Accor) slated to hit the tracks soon.

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If your return date is not yet known, open return tickets provide flexibility. When travelling within the UK, the return journey can be made within 3 months of the outward date of travel. To guarantee your seat on your return journey you need to confirm your ticket before you travel by visiting www.nationalexpress.com/en/help/tickets/open-returns or call us on 03717 81 81 81. Lines open 7 days a week, 8am - 8pm (calls to this number are charged at local rate). Valid on any day throughout the year.

Open returns are not available on European journeys.

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Accessible coaches.

The majority of stops along the routes listed below are accessible to wheelchair users but are subject to change. Please call us to check the latest situation before booking and at least 36 hours in advance of when you would like to travel.

To see a list of accessible coach routes please visit our Accessibility page.

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If you are travelling in a wheelchair or require assistance, please call our helpline before booking and at least 36 hours in advance of when you would like to travel.

03717 81 81 81 - ( option 3)  (lines open 8am - 8pm 7 days a week). Calls to this number are charged at local rate.

For more information please visit our Disabled travellers page.

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Our passenger descriptions are designed to help you choose the right ticket for yourself or your fellow travellers.

Adult (16+) and Children (3-15)

Children under 14 cannot travel alone unless accompanied by an adult (16+). Please note, you may be required to show proof of age at any point during your journey. Failure to do so, may result in the full adult fare being charged.

Children (3-15)

Children under 14 cannot travel alone unless accompanied by a responsible adult (16+).

Disabled Children

Should be booked as Children. If they are travelling in a wheelchair or require assistance, please call our Assisted Travel Helpline.

We strongly recommend that you bring a car seat appropriate to your child's age, but ask you to take responsibility to fit the seat.

Booster Seats

Children aged between approximately 4-11 years old, or up to 150cm tall, may use booster seats. We carry a limited number onboard most coaches.

If travelling with a child, you may be required to show proof of age when buying tickets or at any point during your journey. Failure to do so may result in the child being required to pay the full fare for the journey on that day.

Booster seats

Children aged between approximately 4 years and 11 years or up to 150cm tall may use booster seats, we carry a limited number onboard most coaches along with our comfort fit seat belts.

Disabled children should be booked as children rather than 'Disabled'. If they are travelling in a wheelchair or you wish to book assistance with travel please call our Assisted Travel Helpline before booking and at least 36 hours in advance of when you would like to travel.

You can find a list of accessible coach stops on our Accessibility page .

Please call us 36 hours prior to travelling to check the latest status.

If you are travelling in a wheelchair or require assistance we recommend that you contact us on the following local rate telephone number: 03717 81 81 81 (lines open 8am - 8pm 7 days a week) 36 hours in advance of when you would like to travel.

Adult (26 - 59)

Adult fares are applicable to all passengers aged between of 26 and 59 inclusive.

Child 0 - 12 inclusive

Children aged 12 or under travelling on any European service must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over.

Unaccompanied children will not be carried

Young persons (13 - 25)

Children under the age of 16 are not permitted to travel on any European service unless accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over.

Young persons aged 16 or 17 years can travel alone on European services but only if they have a letter of authority from a parent or guardian.

Senior (60 and over)

Passengers aged 60 and over are entitled to receive a small discount on European journeys. On European journeys a 50% discount is given to carers, please call us on 08717 818177 to book.

Please select your passenger type first and then add your coachcards.

We have three different Coachcards available, each offering savings of 1/3 on all of our Standard and Fully Flexible coach fares all year round.

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Adult fares are applicable to all passengers aged 2+. Adults under the age of 16 are not permitted to travel alone on any European service unless accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over or they have a letter of authority from a parent or guardian.

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‘Would you like to upgrade?’ Travel brands want everyone to go premium — for a price.

Photo illustration of a split image of a standard plane and a "gold-plated" plane; a price sticker that reads "Upgrade?" is overlaid on top of the image

Consumers who got a taste of higher-end amenities during the last couple years’ travel boom aren’t too keen to go back to basic economy, and the travel industry doesn’t want them to.

“If ‘revenge travel’ was then, emboldened travel is now,” said Erika Richter, a spokesperson for the American Society of Travel Advisors, which has seen customers continuing to take advantage of the upgraded offerings operators are dangling. With travel volumes still trending well ahead of pre-pandemic highs, “premium leisure travel is definitely on the rise,” said Henry Harteveldt, president of Atmosphere Research Group, which analyzes the travel industry.

At the top end of the market, the most deep-pocketed consumers are still spending heavily on high-dollar getaways and exclusive experiences. Now, airlines, hotels and cruises are prodding passengers of less lavish means to go premium, too — in some cases revising down what counts as “luxury.”

Upgrading from basic

Caleb Cash-Tobey and his husband have been springing for larger rooms and suites than they used to. Each year, the Fort Smith, Arkansas-based couple takes one major trip as well as smaller monthly ones that they’re increasingly comfortable enhancing with extra amenities, such as evening turndown service and in-room breakfast.

“We’ve learned that we should take the experience when it is offered, because some experiences are no longer available in the post-Covid world that we may have really enjoyed,” Cash-Tobey said, citing a Champagne-augmented tour of the British crown jewels that a favorite London hotel discontinued.

Kristin Winkaffe, a travel adviser with Avenue Two Travel in Columbus, Ohio, said customers are becoming “more inclined to treat themselves to experiences that they may not have considered a few years ago. They’re now prioritizing the quality of their vacations over budget constraints.”

The airlines have realized that if they price these products in the right way, they can coax enough people to trade up.

Henry Harteveldt, Atmosphere Research Group Founder

That’s a habit players across the travel industry want to spur more of.

Both international and domestic airlines are increasing their premium cabin capacities, a pre-pandemic trend that shows no sign of letting up. Major carriers have been adding extra legroom in premium economy and expanding some business and first-class cabins, looking to nudge more flyers out of their cheapest seats and into pricier ones.

Delta Air Lines President Glen Hauenstein told investors in October that revenue from premium offerings jumped 17% from the prior year, “outperforming main cabin by five points.” Its premium select tier for long-haul flights, situated between economy options and the upscale Delta One, was revamped in late 2022 and has performed “above expectations,” he said.

Delta's Premium Select seats

A round-trip Delta ticket from Atlanta to Zurich in April would cost around $1,350 for a main cabin seat if booked today, compared with about $2,800 for premium select and $5,250 for Delta One.

“The airlines have realized that if they price these products in the right way, they can coax enough people to trade up,” Harteveldt said. His firm found last year that 1 in 3 travelers either booked a premium option or considered one, down just slightly from 38% in 2022, “when we were still in the throes of revenge travel and when people still had more savings.”

Some consumers are shelling out on upgrades that are more about practicality than self-pampering.

“Since the pandemic, I now only book changeable airplane tickets and hotels,” said Cathy Raines of Washington, D.C. That typically adds about 15% to her bills, Raines said, but she thinks it’s worth it for the added flexibility.

Life is too short to be standing around with a roller bag and a double-parked car wondering how to get in.

Rebecca Ross, Seattle Consumer

Kristin Chambers, founder of the Boston-based luxury travel agency Travellustre, said many of her clients now ship their luggage ahead of arrival and book VIP services like airside pickups, expedited service at customs and immigration, or cars to hotels. “Travelers are increasingly willing to invest in aspects of their journey that will guarantee an elevated level of service,” she said.

Seattle resident Rebecca Ross and her husband have ruled out Airbnb-style accommodations without 24-hour staff. “Life is too short to be standing around with a roller bag and a double-parked car wondering how to get in. We’ve vowed that our lodging must have a front desk with a human,” she said. That sometimes means spending more but often just requires a little extra time to hunt down, she added.

A Morning Consult report in September put it bluntly: “Forget first-class seats and penthouse suits — luxury travel is about customer service.” If that means redefining what counts as premium to include things like the ability to speak to a real support agent, the researchers found consumers may welcome it all the same.

First-class flights, fancy hotel stays and fine dining hold less appeal now than simply “feeling relaxed,” “experiencing comfort” and great service, the report said, adding that brands can find opportunity by treating the latter as high end: “The experiences that comprise ‘new luxury’ don’t require the traveler to be affluent.”

The high end gets higher

Some amenities certainly do, though, and wealthy customers are scooping them up.

Many “ultra-high-net-worth individuals” ditched first-class seats on commercial flights for private jets during the pandemic, and the habit stuck, said Doug Gollan, founder of Private Jet Card Comparisons, a buyer’s guide to these services.

“New flyers racked up record-high private flight hours in 2021 and 2022, and 95% of these newcomers have continued to fly privately,” he said — at an average cost of about $40,000 for a two-hour trip.

Our private cabanas are selling out on a regular basis.

Bill Zucker, Holland America Spokesperson

Lodging operators have also seen strong demand from offerings aimed at higher-dollar guests. “Booking patterns continue to overwhelmingly favor premium suites, and some categories are booked months to years in advance,” said Gebhard Rainer, the CEO of Sandals Resorts International.

The company’s newest resort, Sandals St. Vincent and the Grenadines, won’t open until March, but its beachfront butler villas that start at $1,111 per person per night, and two-story overwater units starting at $1,570 per person per night, have already sold out dates well into 2025, Rainer said.

The Westin Poinsett hotel in Greenville, South Carolina, put together a “Home Alone” themed holiday package with prices ranging from $599 to more than $1,000 a night — over-the-top rates for the local market during what’s usually a slow holiday season there. It sold out with 93 bookings and many guests asking about reservations for next year.

“I have been in the industry for 25 years between Washington, D.C., and Greenville, and by far this was the most successful package I have ever seen,” said John Geddes, the hotel’s sales and marketing director. “Guests were spending a minimum of four to five times the amount they would generally spend.”

Tour organizations and cruise lines report much the same.

“Travelers are willing to pay more for exclusive experiences,” said Terry Dale, CEO of the United States Tour Operators Association. As a result, organizers “are curating itineraries to include personalized services and experiences with more exclusivity, going beyond the standard offerings.”

National Geographic's Islander II yacht.

Holland America, a subsidiary of Carnival Cruise Line, is seeing more guest bookings for premium spa services like its thermal suites and hydropool, said spokesperson Bill Zucker. “Our private cabanas are selling out on a regular basis. And our new direct luggage service, where guests can have their luggage shipped directly to and from their home, is proving to be very popular,” he said.

Lindblad Expeditions, which operates National Geographic-branded cruises, replaced its Islander I luxury yacht with the more luxurious Islander II for Galapagos voyages in 2022, raising the average fare by 45%.

“Some nail-biting ensued” said Lindblad Chief Commercial Officer Noah Brodsky, but the Islander II is already 78% booked for this year. That’s well ahead of historical trends, he said, “and an indication of the uptick in premiumization.”

Harriet Baskas is an NBC News contributor who writes about travel and the arts.

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Hotel National, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Moscow

National, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Moscow

  • 24-hour services
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  • On-site Dining
  • Child-friendly
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  • Caucasus Mountains  - 100 m
  • Okhotny Ryad  - 150 m
  • Aleksandrovskiy Sad  - 200 m
  • Iberian Gate and Chapel  - 300 m
  • Monument to Consumer and Creator  - 250 m
  • Lenin's Mausoleum  - 500 m
  • Monument to Marshal Zhukov  - 250 m
  • Cathedral of Christ the Saviour  - 1.4 km
  • State Historical Museum  - 300 m
  • Revolution Square  - 400 m
  • Sheremetyevo International  - 30 km
  • Kursky Train Station  - 3 km

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  • Safe deposit box
  • 24-hour reception
  • 24-hour security
  • Electric kettle
  • Buffet breakfast
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  • Paid shuttle service
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  • Wi-Fi in rooms
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  • Ironing facilities
  • Free toiletries
  • Flat-screen TV
  • AM/FM alarm clock
  • Parquet floor
  • Extra beds policy
  • No cots are available.
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