Thank you for reading Consumer Traveler/Travelers United weekly newsletter. You can subscribe to our daily email newsletter here. A week in review: Airport fees to pay for highway funds?, Finding comfort on flights, State Department STEP, 8 reasons NOT to travel, and more… When purchasing an airline ticket, a huge amount of that cost consists of […]
The best of ConsumerTraveler.com and TravelersUnited.org blogs. From an lost computer incident with TSA to DOJ striking against Delta and United for antitrust, and rental car cleaning fees to getting to the airport gate on time.
Here are top stories from ConsumerTraveler.com and TravelersUnited.org published this past week that cover many aspects of travel from rules and regulations to fun and games.
When an entire airline celebrates Halloween as a team, the experience can spread from the boardroom to the runways.
Thank you for reading Consumer Traveler/Travelers United weekly newsletter. You can subscribe to our daily email newsletter here. A week in review: International laws, Southwest and humane seats, Corporate apologies, and more… Prior to flying, do you feel you need to exercise more, or watch what you eat, to fit into an airline seat? As seats […]
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 […]
Thank you for reading Consumer Traveler/Travelers United weekly newsletter. You can subscribe to our daily email newsletter here. A week in review: The Big Island, Travel myth, “Stupid” tourists, Flight delay reasons, TSA and drivers’ licenses Lava fields, tropical forests, dormant volcanoes, pristine beaches. The island of Hawaii, also known as the “Big Island” offers a […]
Carnival Cruise Lines & DOJ reach settlement dealing with disabled passngers, Allegiant to expand in Cincinnati and Memphis, nine new reasons to love Vegas
Comparison shopping is a four-letter word for airlines. Anytime, a consumers can compare prices of a ticket on Delta, United and American the airlines feel they are losing. And, they are. When they openly publish airfares, the free market can work the way it should.
The price of marriage in Las Vegas has been bumped up to create more money for advertising. A story about a man who flies non-stop (it seems) all for free on frequent flier miles. And, a new airport food app.