Travel Tips

 LAURIE BARATTI  JUNE 05, 2020 PHOTO: U.S. passports on a global map. (Photo via iStock/Getty Images Plus/Maudib) The International Airline Transportation Association (IATA) has created an Interactive (COVID-19) Travel...

By Tariro Mzezewa NY Times March 5, 2020 Here are some tips for cleaning your area of a plane and keeping healthy on a flight.

By Livia Albeck-Ripka Illustrations by Jackson Gibbs NEW YORK TIMES TRAVEL When thinking about how to reduce our individual carbon footprints, one of the simplest ways to cut back on emissions is to fly less often. But for those who want to...

Curtis Tate USA TODAY Dec 30, 2019 A tour helicopter that crashed in Hawaii last week may have been doomed by rugged terrain and rapidly changing weather conditions, a pilot and aviation attorney said. The National Transportation Safety...
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Opinion by Michael Bociurkiw Fri December 27, 2019 CNN (CNN)With many of us unlocking our phones almost 50 times a day and devoting five hours of our day to screens, I suppose it was inevitable that revenue-hungry airlines would enable our...

DONALD WOOD  DECEMBER 05, 2019 PHOTO: Eiffel tower at sunrise and airplane in the blue sky (photo via anyaberkut / iStock /...
Cruise Travel Packing Tips When Flying

WAHEEDA HARRIS November 5, 2019 French novelist Marcel Proust may have written the world’s longest novel, À la recherche du temps perdu (In Search of Lost Time), but it’s a brief excerpt from its seven volumes that is the perfect mantra for the modern traveller looking...
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By  James Shillinglaw, Nov 11, 2019 For months the U.S. Travel Association has been warning of the danger to travel that will occur next October when the U.S. begins requiring all airline passengers to have REAL IDs (either more sophisticated driver’s licenses or passports)....

DESTINATION & TOURISM MIA TAYLOR  NOVEMBER 05, 2019 PHOTO: Hong Kong viewed from the top of Victoria Peak. (photo via P. Kijsanayothin/iStock/Getty Images Plus) With Hong Kong spending so much...

Frank Abagnale, Contributor CNBC Every year, millions of American consumers — nearly 7% of the population — are victims of scams and fraud. In 2017, the number of fraud victims in the US reached 16.7 million, with $16.8 billion lost.