Rozanne Polansky is angry about recent marketing decisions by Sears, Walmart and Amazon. She thinks “morally offensive merchandise” should be removed from websites that cater to “regular” customers like her.
John Heath’s package tour to see a Ravens game in London is foiled by a terrorist attack and a family illness. Can his trip be saved?
Jack Buckley books a trip to Ireland and the U.K, but his anticipation fades after terrorists attack England. Now he wants to know if he can just skip the London side trip on his Aer Lingus ticket.
Two of Richard Come’s co-workers are affected by a blockade of Qatar, a small country on the Arabian Peninsula that extends into the Persian Gulf and shares its southern land border with Saudi Arabia. Several of Qatar’s neighbors have suspended diplomatic relations and air traffic and accused Qatar of supporting terrorism.
Last year, Sarah and Elizabeth Larkin booked a trip to Europe through Expedia. Their tickets were on Turkish Airlines and they bought travel insurance through Aon Affinity.
Susan White has requested assistance in getting flights for herself and her husband rebooked from Turkish Airlines to another airline that is not based in a country under a warning from the U.S. State Department. However, this is a case that we are not going to take.
On second thought, maybe that stopover in Istanbul wasn’t such a good idea.
Gail Satzberg and her husband took their granddaughters on a European cruise, anticipating a three-day stay in Paris after the end of the cruise. But conditions in Paris led them to change their minds – and to embark on a two-month journey in search of a refund.
High prices. Long airport lines. Terrorism. Zika. You’ve got enough to worry about, between making sure your hotel reservations match your arrival dates and ensuring that all your credit cards will work. And now this?
If he ran into trouble anywhere, Alan Tannenbaum expected it would be in Istanbul, where he visited his son last week. Turns out he was only half right.
Can our advocates help Kathleen Bennett get her $600 ticket change fee reimbursed?
Chunman Wang has plans to travel with her sister and two young sons to Europe this summer. She booked on Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW Air, with stops in Iceland, London, and Crete. Their plans keep them in Crete for several weeks, where her boys will enroll in summer camp.
After the terrorist attacks in Brussels and Istanbul, Melissa Chapman thinks she deserves a refund for her summer river cruise.
Following a fresh wave of terrorist bombings in Brussels and Istanbul that seemed to target visitors, travelers like Dianne Bush want to know how to save their vacations.
On November 13, 2015, the lights went out in the City of Lights, figuratively speaking.
With airports around the world on high alert, how do you feel about traveling overseas? It seems trivial to ask such a question after the recent attacks in Paris. But I have to.
How confident are you traveling? With threats of terror around the globe and actual incidents like the Russian Metrojet plane that fell apart over Egypt last week, it’s getting dicey for travelers.
Maybe the TSA hasn’t ever caught a single terrorist red-handed, but it’s given us something almost as good: guns. Lots
Nothing will wipe a grin off your face faster than a squad of Navy SEALs fast-roping into your anonymous compound from a Black Hawk. But while Osama Bin Laden is dead and gone, and unable to mock America’s clumsy efforts to protect its planes from our Homeland-fueled fantasies, his disciples are more than capable of laughing at us.
It happened again last week: A TSA agent was formally charged with swiping yet another iPad from a passenger.
Diane Gandara cancels her vacation to New Delhi after the terrorist attacks in Mumbai. But her insurance company won’t honor her claim because she wasn’t visiting Mumbai. Is the $7,300 she spent on her trip lost?