Tag Archives: Air Travel

How to Survive the Airport During Holiday Travel Season

It’s the holidays, which means a number of us are going to be headed to the airport in the coming week. U.S airlines expect a 5.2 percent increase in air travel during Christmas and New Year’s this year which equates to roughly 2.5 million people a day, according to USA Today. So, if you flew somewhere last year, this…

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Find the Cheapest Destinations For That Last-Minute Trip 

When it comes to taking vacations, we all have those bucket list destinations that we know we want to visit. That said, sometimes you also just need to get away for a long weekend and almost anywhere will do. Anywhere that isn’t going to break the bank, of course.

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Check Travel Prices Before Black Friday

You might not think of airlines offering deals Black Friday and Cyber Monday—usually the deals are on appliances, clothes and tech, right? But if you have a trip in mind and want to save a bit on airfare, research from different travel companies indicates you might want to check out the deals set to occur over the…

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Passengers Nearly Fight to Have Plane Grounded Over Presence Of Fruit

The infamously smelly durian fruit has struck again. Banned from public transportation in some countries because it smells so strong, two tons of the Southeast Asian fruit in a cargo hold smelled so bad that passengers on a recent fight ordered it be removed from the plane.

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Watch Out for These Extra Airport Taxes and Fees

In the world of travel blogging, there are a few hacks sworn by if you want the cheapest flights. Take advantage of one-way tickets, for example, and avoid pricey airports, like Heathrow in London.

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How to Tell if Your Flight’s WiFi is Going to Be Netflix Worthy

As someone who flys 4-6 times a month, on-board WiFi has increasingly becoming a pain point for me.

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This is the Best Time to Buy Holiday Flights this Year

If you’re planning on traveling this holiday season, the best time to do that is the middle of October, according to data from travel booking site Hipmunk.

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What to Do if Your TSA Precheck Isn’t on Your Boarding Pass

TSA PreCheck, specifically Global Entry with TSA PreCheck, is consistently one of the best investments I’ve ever made. Even with the increasingly longer PreCheck lines, I’m always thankful for being in a line of people who (mostly) understand how the airport security procedures work, and not having to take my shoes…

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Cancel a Flight for Free With the 24-Hour Rule

If you’re looking for a flight (say, for your next long-distance trip), you’ll want to know the ins-and-outs of the airline’s cancellation policy should you need to change or cancel after you’ve purchased your ticket.

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Find the Cheapest Weekends to Fly With This Tool

A good number of the trips I take, especially the trips I take to visit my family across the country, are done at relatively randomly-selected times. There’s not a reason I need to be home one weekend over the other, I just picked one, looked at prices, and booked a flight.

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