When Jeremy Epstein rented a Nissan Altima from Hertz in Albuquerque recently, he couldn’t believe the car rental fees. They made the extras charged by the rest of the travel industry look like the work of amateurs.
They do. But not for much longer.
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If you think flying with a baby is easy, maybe you didn’t hear about Krupa Patel Bala, who recently traveled from Sydney to San Francisco on United Airlines with her husband and 8-month-old son.
Read more “Everything you need to know about flying with babies”
I’ve been traveling the western part of the United States for the better part of the past two years. And if I’ve learned just one lesson, it’s this: Pack the right travel socks.
It sounds trivial, but it’s not.
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Colder weather brings with it one certainty for air travelers: the start of space wars.
You know what I’m talking about, don’t you? Sweaters, jackets and bags overpacked with holiday presents make small economy seats feel even smaller. The disagreements start with the overhead luggage compartment and extend to the space under and between the seats.
Read more “The airplane space wars have begun. This is how to win”
What do passengers steal from planes? Anything that isn’t bolted down.
Among the items snatched from commercial flights: coffee mugs, cutlery, blankets and life jackets.
Read more “You’ll never believe what passengers steal from planes”