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8 great (and possibly great) inflight products

You know, or should know, by now that I am a member of the carryon club: a strong proponent of

Newsletter – March 1, 2015

The best of last week -- Re-regulation? Taking photos like a legend, tips for better European vacations, airline delays, Delta's new baggage non-guarantee, and a room to explore.

A holiday travel sex and romance index

Expedia and LAN commissioned a study that asked 1,000 Americans aged 18 or older about romance and sex while traveling. Here are the results.
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8 Great Travel Skills for 2015

Here are the skills in a nutshell — be flexible, learn loyalty, master OTAs, burn mileage awards, go local, customize, walk and talk, and pay attention to your diet. Simple, right?
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    19 travel-worthy events, luxury river cruising in 2015, make planes disappearance-proof

19 travel-worthy events, luxury river cruising in 2015, make planes disappearance-proof

19 travel-worthy events across the world (but watch out for crowds), super-luxury river cruising in 2015 takes off, making planes disappearance-proof once they hit the ground or ocean.

Top travel searches from Google 2014

Budget Travel takes a close look at Google's top questions about travel and leisure. Here is their annotated list with links back to Budget Travel stories and blog posts.

The 12 ways of Christmas savings and hassle-free travel

No one can account for delays and weather, but travelers can proactively make sure they are ready to travel and ready for situations that may faced while underway.

Top 10 tips for safe car travel with your pet

Planning a road trip? Traveling with a pet involves more than just loading the animal in the back seat and motoring off—especially if you will be driving long distances.
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    Travel industry craves customer data, while airlines restrict theirs

Travel industry craves customer data, while airlines restrict theirs

In the world of travel, there is a tug-of-war between those who crave more data and those who want to restrict it to enhance market power.
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    Why the travel industry’s favorite new word is “no” — and what to do about it

Why the travel industry’s favorite new word is “no” — and what to do about it

The travel industry’s favorite new word seems to be “no,” which is a little jarring for customers who still think of travel as being part of the hospitality business.