Travel News & Notes for for Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2023

A March 2023 view of St. Leonard's Anglican Church in Matakana, New Zealand. (Photo by Todd DeFeo/The Center Square)

Here is a look at some travel-related headlines for Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2023.

News of Note

As seismic activity and other signs continue to point to a risk for a volcanic eruption in Iceland near Grindavík, AccuWeather meteorologists say that there is the potential for impacts to air travel over the coming weeks.

Destination News

London (100/100), New York City (99.3/100), and Paris (98.24/100) are the cities worldwide with the best food diversity and experiences, according to the Food City Destination Index released by Holidu.

Other News

In Georgia, the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety is joining the Georgia State Patrol and local law enforcement agencies to remind everyone to not risk it on the road by starting every trip with the click of a seat belt. “So many Georgians are looking forward to visiting family and friends over the Thanksgiving weekend and we want everyone to reach their destination safely,” Allen Poole, director of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, said in an announcement. “Taking a few seconds to buckle a seat belt could lead to a lifetime of memories because mistakes happen every day and the goal is for everyone to survive when a mistake behind the wheel leads to a traffic crash.”

In Georgia, the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) provides direct rail service into Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and encourages travelers to avoid traffic and take MARTA to the airport this holiday season.

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