Beginning sometime in 2016, TSA is expected to require Real ID compliant driver’s licenses or other compliant IDs to board US domestic commercial flights, which many air travelers don’t possess. Ned Levi explores the problem and what to do if your state doesn’t comply.
If you fly enough, delays and cancellations are inevitable. Ned Levi has suggestions on how to cope with them.
Does the air travel experience make us grumpy. Occasionally, I think so. An ode to airport behind-the-scenes work. Sleeping in sand castles. Really!
Long-haul flights can be very difficult if you’re not prepared for them and take care of yourself while aloft. Ned Levi has 10 tips for coping when you fly for 10+ hours.
Last week Ned Levi discussed preventing you luggage from being lost, missing or stolen. This week Ned discusses what to do if, despite your efforts, you bags and their contents are missing or damaged.
US airlines mishandle more than 2 million checked bags annually. Ned has a dozen tips for air travelers to prevent their checked luggage from being lost, missing, stolen or delayed.
Ned Levi has a list of his 15 essentials for you to pack in your carry-ons when you fly. He takes a look at everything he finds important from eye masks and wipes to a tablet and battery backups.
Airbnb changed the hotel industry. Uber changed ground transportation. So why can’t the same change happen for air travel?
Later this month the northern hemisphere will usher in summer, heralded by the summer solstice. Of course, on that date, winter starts with the shortest day of the year in the southern hemisphere, but it will be summer up here and time for vacations. With the strength of the US dollar vs. the Euro, Europe […]
More than ever, air travelers are complaining about feeling squeezed in economy class cabins, especially those who are six feet or taller. Compared to flying just a few years ago, most US domestic economy class passengers have a right to complain, as seats have shrunk along with their legroom. Much of the problem is due […]