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Family Travel Association
Week of February 18, 2019


Recommend Magazine March 28 Webinar

Recommend Magazine and the FTA will co-host a webinar for travel agents on Thursday, March 28. Read more

Family Travel Radio Features Norwegian Air and Lonely Planet Kids

Making international travel more affordable and airports more family-friendly are the focus of Episode 14. Listen now


Introducing More Families to the Land of Fire and Ice

Thomson Family Adventures is making it easier for families to visit Iceland with a new nine-day itinerary. Read more

Caribbean Princess to Add New Family Splash Zone

Princess Cruises' Caribbean Princess is set to add the new Reef Family Splash Zone during a drydock planned for this JuneRead more

Discovery Cove Becomes First Autism-Certified Animal Interaction Park in US

Discovery Cove highlights how important and rewarding it can be for destinations and parks to be autism-certified, making it a place that's more inclusive and welcoming of different types of travelers and families. Read more


Millennial Families Fastest-growing Travel Sector

About 75 million people fall into the millennial age group that spans anywhere from 21 to 39, and as they age, the majority of them now have families. Read more

Teenagers Offer Their Vacation Advice

Teenagers really do have travel dreams, even if they’re disinclined to share them. Read more

The 20 Best Cruises To Take In 2019

You can find a ship for every personality, whether you're a woman traveling solo or a multigenerational family on the goRead more

NTSB Wants Infants to Have Their Own Seats on Planes

The NTSB wants all kids to have their own seatsRead more

How to Take Cruises with Kids

Heidi Allison at CruiseCompete answers the question: “Will cruising be a happy experience for you and your tribe?" Read more

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