After traveling for work for more than 35 years (I retired a few years ago), I'd accumulated many miles on United. I've used most of them, but I have just
Question: We will be going to Loreto, Mexico, and may want to rent a car for a few days. I have been reading about insurance and about being billed for damage
An update on the complicated issue of whether states are meeting Real ID requirements, and what it means for air travelers.
The cut-rate cattle herding with subpar food and generic sightseeing is so yesteryear; now it's value pricing on carefully curated excursions.
A travel agent's reluctance to book a double cruise for fear of violating a law leaves traveler and maritime lawyers flummoxed.
When flying, vaping is as illegal as any other kind of smoking. If you spot someone doing it, notify a flight attendant.
A Los Angeles grandma-to-be plans to fly to New York around Thanksgiving for the baby's arrival. Airfare experts offer advice.
When it comes to traveling with cremated remains and later scattering the ashes, seek out the rules from each airline and country.
Trying to mix frequent flier miles and points when booking a flight can be a complicated business, though it can often pay off.
Thermostats linked to motion detectors can leave guests cold or way too warm. Some turn to Mylar balloons, others to communication.
The easing of travel restrictions to Cuba creates opportunities for travelers but also misunderstandings over current regulations.
What's even more pressing for credit card users traveling abroad than conversion rates? Being aware of foreign transaction fees.
Oceania's visa fees don't float with one cruiser. You can do it yourself, but it's better to use a third-party agent, especially if problems surface.
Options include requesting seat mate put shoes back on. Best bets are with flight attendants and carrier's rules on offensive odors.
Price differences can crop up even with code-share partners and merged airlines like US Airways-American, so always compare fares.
Most world ATMs support up to 12-digit PINs, but some do only four. PIN too long? Consider changing it or your bank, or try a different ATM.
On the Spot: For bargains, look for package discounts and 'flash sales' on social media, and check out Expedia, AARP and other websites for last-minute deals.
On the Spot: If you must take valuable items on a trip, and they go missing, report losses immediately. And remember, not all is covered.
On the Spot: Knee and hip replacements can sound alarms at airport screenings. Will Transportation Security Administration ever adopt a standard exam?