Frontier Airlines chooses the dark side, begins charging for carry-on bags Frontier Airlines is following Spirit Airlines’ lead by charging for carry-on bags effective Monday, April 28. They did mention that they are lowering their base airfare by an average of 12 percent. Frontier carry-on fee breakdown:* · Pay for your carry-on online during purchase: […]
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There are lists about specific cities that might be a distance away, lists about best hotels that I can never afford and then there are lists that have something accessible and affordable for almost everyone across the country. This ferry list has adventures for travelers from Alaska to Maine, from Seattle to Boston and from Lake Powell to New York
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Stand by Me, a travelogue of song; meet Santa in Finland right next to the North Pole; TSA plays with elves in Seattle.
Christopher Ambler and his family were excited to escape the cool Seattle climate and catch some much needed sun on their Royal Caribbean cruise to Mexico. Imagine his horror to learn the family’s entire Mexican cruise was no longer going to Mexico and that it would be cruising to the Pacific Northwest with a stop in, you guessed it, Seattle.
Many of you have heard the horror story about the AeroMexico flight from Mexico City to Seattle that was forced to divert to Portland, Ore. The passengers reportedly were kept prisoners on that plane for 16 hours because the airport “didn’t have enough customs agents at the airport to process the flight.”
Yesterday we reported that Delta has delayed its Detroit-Shanghai service until June 2009. Now Northwest is seeking permission from the Department of Transportation to delay its Seattle-Beijing service.
Short-hop flights are bad for the environment (and less enjoyable every month), but driving is also inefficient and steadily more expensive. Tim Leffel sets out on a family vacation covering four cities, using public transportation for 12 days.
Imagine this: You drive into an airport parking garage hoping to find an empty spot near the walkway closest to the terminal. You see what you think is an empty spot next to a car. But when you get there, it’s either occupied by a motorcycle or a small car.