It seems as though we read about passengers refused boarding or getting thrown off their flights weekly, even after the plane has left the gate. Ned Levi discusses the 10 top reasons passengers are kicked off their flights.
Ned Levi discusses the concept of banning carry-ons and the ramifications it might impose on air travelers. He examines the complex issues which could make banning carry-ons an impossible task for airlines.
Ned Levi discusses how enrolling in the State Department STEP program can ensure you get critical help in times of emergencies while traveling internationally.
Allergies and dietary restrictions can make travel difficult. Ned Levi has a dozen tips to help you cope with your allergies and dietary issues while away from home.
In “8 tips for preventing identity theft before traveling” Ned Levi discussed preventing identity theft before travelers leave home on a trip. In this article Ned discusses 9 keys to preventing identity theft while traveling and after you get home.
Identity theft can and does happen while away from home on vacation or business trips. Ned Levi discusses how to prevent identity theft before you leave home on your upcoming journey.
I’ve been traveling constantly throughout the last month, spending time in Europe and Africa. During that time, I’ve passed through a number of airports and came in contact with airport security procedures and security officials considerably unlike those which we find in the US at TSA (Transportation Security Administration) checkpoints. For years I’ve heard complaints […]
When we travel internationally, we can be sure the laws of the countries we visit have differences from the laws we have at home. Travelers are guests in foreign nations and are subject to their laws. It is the traveler’s responsibility to learn what laws might affect them in the countries they visit, and follow […]
US citizens and residents generally use their state driver’s licenses or state issued non-drivers IDs to board US domestic commercial airline flights. Looming in the near future for air travelers is the Real ID Act of 2005. The law sets requirements for ID cards accepted by the federal government for “official purposes,” including state driver’s […]
If you fly enough, eventually you’ll be scheduled on a delayed or canceled flight. Last year, more than 766,000 flights (~22 percent) in the US were delayed (arrived or departed the gate 15 minutes or more late), while more than 98,000 flights (~2.9 percent) were canceled. About one-third of cancellations occur due to maintenance or […]