Ask almost anyone what they wish they could do with their free time, and you’ll hear, “What free time?” Just kidding. Sort of.
We can probably all agree that there are few things more frustrating than sitting on hold with customer service — except maybe navigating the customer service phone system in the first place.
Experienced business travelers are the road warriors of the sky, and with so many miles under their belts, there are a few lessons they’ve picked up along the way. And there are some things they really, really, wish casual leisure travelers knew.
You may have heard about Friday’s attack on a hotel in Egypt, an event that is unfortunately becoming all the more common.
So what happens behind the scenes in the travel industry when an attack or other disaster takes place?
It’s 2016 (Happy New Year!), which means it’s that time again to reflect on the changes you want to make over the next 365 days (technically 366 — Happy Leap Year!). Coincidentally, I’m turning 30 in 10 days, so I’ve spent the last year trying to be a better full-fledged adult, and that means, among other things, more home-cooked meals.
We spend most of our time solving other people’s problems on this site.
Last week’s installment of things airline insiders wish you knew drew a strong — and diverse — response from our readers.
I made the trek from Washington to Phoenix on Saturday with a puppy in tow, and the signs of peak travel season were already apparent. My flight was completely full, the airport was crowded and the lines were long (which is another reason you should strongly consider TSA PreCheck).
There was a time when choosing a “budget airline” meant traveling with the Southwests, JetBlues and Frontiers of the world. It was an affordable experience that actually had the feel of a boutique rather than a big box brand.
Travel is full of ancillary fees, add-ons and opportunities to upgrade. So how do you know when it’s worth it to shell out the extra money and when you’ll regret it?
I’ve gotten a lot of questions about wedding planning and want to share the best tips for event planning that all consumers should know.
I’ve been a scatterbrain for as long as I can remember. When I was about 12 years old, I had a purple jacket that I absolutely loved. My mom always told me to take good care of my things, but I left that jacket in an airport at the gate before boarding a flight, and never saw it again.
Hate Comcast? Time-Warner Cable? Cox? Me too — been there, done them all.
I’ve recently noticed that despite its growing popularity, a surprising number of people still either haven’t heard of Airbnb, aren’t
Have you ever tried to take Fido or your favorite feline with you on a trip? Maybe you have another variety of furry friend you’ve considered bringing along. Either way, if it’s your first time traveling with a pet, you probably aren’t quite sure what to expect.
It’s no secret that the railway system in the United States pales in comparison to that of other countries around the world.
Have you ever found yourself wandering through the airport, killing time during a stopover, in a futile search for a meal that didn’t come from McDonald’s or Dunkin’ Donuts?
I never check a bag when I fly. Ever.
A few weeks ago, my parents received a disturbing call from their home security system company about their retirement home in Arizona: A door was open, and police had been dispatched to investigate.
Even if you’ve done everything in your power as a consumer to ensure a seamless travel experience … there’s still a chance you could end up facing an epic delay.