A round-up of the best of Consumer Traveler from last week — finding bargains, FAA hacking, lost luggage, dancing drones and complicated cars.
Charles provides a basic rule — be flexible — when looking for a great hotel deal. Flexible with the place, booking means, discounts and more.
Craziest hotel guest requests, Apple Watch and the airlines, airlines expect busiest spring season with no new planes means tighter seating and more full planes.
Delta plane skids off runway in New York, hotel room safety tips, Hilton brings back double HHonors points
Truth is the New Years resolution that Travelers United works every day to fulfill with legislators, regulators and the travel industry honchos. Clear pricing allows travel consumers to comparison shop.
Cruise fees that should disappear, JAL/AA expand codeshare, mobile apps for hotels
Marriott's Gaylord Opryland was caught blocking WiFi hotspots to force guests on to their expensive network. Ned Levi asks if that should be allowed.
Sunday musings: Apple watch is new hotel room key, Low airline expectations, JetBlue corporate ideal
The Apple watch may change hotel check-in. Our customer service expectations may be too low for our own good. And, JetBlue sticks to good service today for future profits.
J.D. Power Reports: Hotel satisfaction reaches record high
Even with hotel fees rising and room rates increasing, it seems that