Brent Bowen may be America’s leading airline critic, but he’s also a frequent traveler, and he has a few air travel secrets. His advice on flying better may help you have a problem-free flight.
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When she hears the words “to better serve you,” Elizabeth Newcamp cringes. That’s because in travel, it often means the exact opposite.
“It’s used to make bad news sound like something I want,” explains Newcamp, an event planner based in the Hague. “How does it better serve me that your phone menu has changed? Or how am I better served by a change to your baggage fees?” Read more “The worst words in travel? ‘To better serve you’”
What happens when you lose your phone while traveling? On a recent trip to London, Logan Abbott’s phone disappeared. Although he’s one of thousands of travelers whose gadgets go missing on the road, his story is remarkable. Read more “What to do when you lose your phone while traveling”
Before something goes wrong on your next trip, consider taking a little advice from a guy who specializes in something-goes-wrong scenarios. That guy is Curt Richardson, who founded OtterBox, a manufacturer of protective cases for phones and tablet computers. And he has some expert travel advice.
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Fuel is expensive, but the tricks travelers use to find the cheapest gas have remained constant for years. They include favorite apps such as GasBuddy, plus common-sense strategies like avoiding service stations on busy highways.
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