Janice Hough tells a story that a simple visa problem that became a major issue because a traveler listened to a friend rather than checking with the embassy for the proper information.
Airline passenger bill of rights put to the test, Sacramento International gets initial OK to use private screeners, Arab prince threatened with taser for being drunk
Unfortunately, travel scams ruin travelers’ vacations every day. Travelers must be vigilant, alert, use their “street smarts” and commonsense to avoid these scams. Ned Levi takes a look at 5 of the most common travel scams affecting travelers domestically and internationally.
UA launches Olympic ad, Dreamliner suffers engine issue, bomb joke tweeter’s sentence overturned
Sesame Street takes a look at flight attendanats (above); Spirit Airlines’ profits soar on ancillary fees that customers hate; but pay; and ways that travel providers are sneaking in new costs and different prices to jack up the costs of travel.
This weekend, we take a look at restaurants with best views, gas-guzzling mistakes and at the airlines bathing in a sea of ancillary fees.
Expert traveler, Hilary Nangel, tells the story of an was easy and trouble-free trip to the UK, until the journey home. While some of these woes were her own fault, others made her realize that a bit of advance preparation goes a long way.
11-year old flies from Manchester to Rome without passport or ticket, video shows aborted 737 landing, Heathrow to cope with Olympic influx
I just faced a situation where US Airways changed elite frequent flier standby rules after I had purchased my ticket. To make matters worse, reservation agents were not aware of the change in rules and twice assured me, the day before travel, that I could stand by for an earlier flight with no problems.
UK border guards call off strike, court dismisses challenge to airline ad rules and OKs full fare advertising, must have apps for hikers