Is it time to ground emotional-support animals for good?
Constipation, high blood pressure, depression, sexual dysfunction, you name the condition — if the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a prescription medication for it, you’re going to see an ad for it on TV and in many national magazines.
Fact: one-third of Americans are obese.
Fact: No subject on this site is more incendiary — none — than overweight air travelers.
Last week, KLM flight attendants put out a fire in an overhead compartment caused by a lithium-ion battery in passenger’s hand
Many Americans who’ve long wanted to visit Cuba were delighted when President Obama announced America was “changing its relationship with
If shelling out $10 for a small bag of M&Ms makes you feel a little scammed, then you’ll love the hotel industry’s latest trend: closing its in-room minibars.
I can’t remember the last time I asked you for help mediating one of my own disputes. But I could use a little help with this one.
Perrito is a 4-year-old terrier from Yelapa, Mexico, who’s proud of having made it to “El Norte” with his human companions, Raoul and Baerbel Schuhmacher. At least that’s what his Facebook page says.
Although I consider “reader mail” posts a journalistic cop-out — a favorite tool of lazy columnists who can’t think of anything else to write — I’m willing to make an exception today.
It’s come down to this: The two most annoying airline passenger types in the world are travelers who can’t fit in their seat and screaming babies, at least according to you.
Should an airline’s first class section be adults-only? Ask passengers like James Armstrong, and you’ll hear a compelling reason for keeping babies in the back — if not off the plane entirely.
To say the TSA just had a bad week would be a lot like saying Muammar Gaddafi is dealing with a little opposition in Libya.
Peanut allergy is the most common cause of food-related death, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Given
There’s no shortage of videos on the Internet that make corporate America uncomfortable – from cheesy customer appreciations that cheapen their brand image to hidden-camera clips that just make them look silly.
After President Obama’s negative comments about Sin City and his subsequent mea culpa (“I love Vegas — always have!”), I realize that this might not be the most prudent way to start a column. But how do you fire up a discussion about smoking in hotels without mentioning America’s capital of secondhand smoke?
Don’t drink and fly. Words to live by, not just if you’re a pilot, but if you’re a passenger. Sandra
In their struggle to turn a profit, airlines have piled on a lot of fees in the last year, from surcharges for checked luggage to extras for confirmed reservations. And just when it seemed they had found every last fee, it looks as if they’ve turned up one more: They’re looking to Fido and Fluffy for a little extra cash. Specifically, to their owners.
Kids on a plane. No four words incite more acrimonious debate among air travelers. Not “your flight is delayed.” Not “here’s a new fee.” Not even “snakes on a plane.”
Maybe it was the word “extreme” that made the Transportation Security Administration Security agent at Los Angeles International Airport nervous. Crest with Scope Extreme. I had bought a little tube of it at the grocery store before boarding my red-eye flight to Orlando yesterday evening. Contraband, according to the TSA.