As spring was fading and this year’s tulips were looking worn, I took the opportunity to go to Longwood
Hotel WiFi Test has released a new report that ranks hotel chains by WiFi quality. Two characteristics of hotel WiFi are considered: the quality of the WiFi and whether in-room WiFi is free.
Travelers United outlines its objections to increases in passenger facility charges, that fund airports from passengers, and to increases in other government fees like customs and agriculture inspection fees.
Is Venice dying? It certainly is changing for better or worse, depending on who is ranting. Railroads delay safety investments, and a new Gender app rates male/female communication.
Expedia's 2015 Road Rage Report highlights drivers' pet peeves from texters and tailgaters to irritating passengers from back-seat drivers to shoe-removers.
AAA tested halogen, high intensity discharge (HID) and light emitting diode (LED) headlights. Some fail to safely illuminate unlit roadways at speeds as low as 40 mph.
A list of ten very scenic airports, DOT gives airlines a break with new mistaken airfare rules, avoid summer delays by flying smart.
Travelers United has been steadfast in our belief that airline consumers need a free market that will ultimately work to the passengers’ benefit. Open Skies does just that.
Hotel room service by robot is being tested. A startup takes on luggage packing for business travelers. A DOT committee looks at tighter legroom and what it means for safety.