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This week in review according to TravelersUnited.org and ConsumerTraveler.com.
A collection of last week’s major stories covered on ConsumerTraveler.com and TravelersUnited.org. News from the aviation, hotel and lodging, cruise line, rental car and destination travel world.
Here is a collection of stories from the past week — Everything from the possibility of a fee to bring kids on planes and how to reduce distraction of your luggage to finding cheap parking (well not so cheap) in San Francisco and dealing with anti travel agent actions by airlines.
Incredible beauty is only a drive away. Airlines are making record profits as oil prices continue to drop. Drones made from paper approved, won’t harm airplanes.
Another case of air rage, this time on JetBlue; an experienced cruiser gives his list of essential cruising items; new technology using your smartphone can alleviate lines at airports.
Here’s a roundup of stories from the past week. We have covered everything from the unintended consequences of past DOT actions and hotel resort fees to “free” credit card hassles and code-share hassles.
Airline delays can be alleviated if airlines helped each other, steps to avoid Yosemite plague, the Virgin brand is expanding with Virgin cruises
The Trans-Siberian train from Moscow is a must for train enthusiasts, Gulf carriers trying to create competition, Hotel day-stays popular new travel trend
FCC nails another internet provider for blocking Wi-Fi, Cruise lines leaving Houston for Asia, Airlines offering many upscale perks for a price.