Beginning next year, United frequent fliers will accumulate awards miles based on the cost of a ticket, not on the number of miles flown.
Question: A San Diego reader booked tickets for himself and his family for a vacation in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, a Caribbean resort known for its beaches and golf courses. Tickets booked, airline reservations made and ... wait, what's this virus called chikungunya? It is, the Centers...
Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth will add nine single staterooms -- one inside and eight with ocean views -- to the luxury liner, which began sailing in October 2010.
Route 66 was more than a road; it is a record of the changing face of America. It’s captured in "Route 66: The Road and the Romance," an exhibition beginning Sunday and continuing through Jan. 4 at L.A.’s Autry National Center of the American West.
What are you doing on your summer vacation? Chances are you’re taking photos of it.
Question: What if you have airline tickets to a country and near the departure date the State Department says this is a dangerous area to travel to? What are the chances of getting a change of destination? Refund? Credit to use tickets later? I'm speaking of nonrefundable tickets.
Unless you’ve already made plans, you’re probably not going to make it to Box Turtle Day on Saturday at the North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville. And that’s too bad.
Question: Will I ever be able to get a frequent-flier ticket again?