Get ready for the combination of the Travelers United policy blog with ConsumerTraveler.com.
An infographic that describes the best way to help with travel sickness — ways to help those with nausea, dizziness or vomiting when they travel by car, plane or boat.
Unaccompanied minors flying: What you need to know Airline unaccompanied minor rules are getting more and more complex and differ from airline to airline. The costs and consequences of these differences are enormous, especially during problems with weather and flight cancellations. Consider the following comparison (all fees based on one-way travel, per child): Alaska: $25; […]
These are confusing times for airline passengers when it comes to TSA. The government has made announcements and then backtracked twice in recent days. Can’t they make up their minds?
Is WiFi at National Parks needed? Can TSA technology used in the whole body scanners may work to make the Web better? Delta’s fight club — flight attendants square off at 37,000 feet.
Delta and Air France/KLM need to clean up their code sharing and customer service. When there is no one at the customer service counter or answering the phone who knows what is happening with changing airline tickets issued by code share partners, customers can be left high and dry.
Beware a new Delta ticket scam, 12 unusual hotels across the world, TSA wait times and security problems that are not being solved by the agency.
The Zika virus is sweeping through South and Central America, plus the Caribbean, but there are other health concerns of which international travelers must be cognizant. Ned Levi explores the problems of Zika and other traveler health issues.
Rental car tips to help consumers. Celebrity chefs in the air are serving better quality meals. Qantas safety video tears at heartstrings.
NASA scientists and engineers are working to change how we fly. State Department travel warnings — what they mean and how they differ. The in-depth story about the wreck of Amtrak 188.