After a giant meal on Thanksgiving, it seemed appropriate that we discuss food on planes and trains. Here are two articles and a video about these in-air and airports and on-rails dining experiences.
This Thanksgiving, airline executives should be giving lots of thanks. More profits, more ancillary fees, fewer delays, full planes, low jet fuel costs, and almost no competition are all worth a prayer of thanks.
Nikolas Langes thought he knew every trick in the book for saving money on airline tickets. Turns out he didn’t.
Expedia moves into rail in a deal with Silverrail, TSA says, “No soupy pies,” JetBlue/Amazon deal allows streaming of movies and TV.
For year-end frequent flier strategists, here are some steps to make sure that flights to ensure elite level status are flown perfectly. Plus, for those not chasing elite, make sure miles don’t disappear.
Babies on planes? Should they be banned from First Class? Ski Europe cheap by taking discounted flights and advantage of half-board and better lift ticket rates,. Driverless car gets no ticket, because it has not driver.
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.
To go or not to go — that is the Paris question for many travelers these days. Fortune magazine lists the most hated travel fees. And, the proposed Marriott buyout of Starwood means loyalty program changes.
Discover America/Brand USA is launching National park apps. JD Powers survey shows top rental cars. Extra pages for passports are being phased out as of Jan. 1, 2016.
Only 38 percent of USA residents have a passport and use only 51 percent of our vacation time. While I envision that people work and look forward to some grand vacation, apparently not. Even though I think it is dumb NOT to travel, I will brainstorm possible reasons not to travel, told from the viewpoint of a fictitious US worker. 8 Reasons NOT […]