How Do I Make the Most of My In-Flight Wi-Fi?
Gate agents are the last airline employee before boarding who might be able to fix problems with your flight. But what is—and what is not—within their power?
The latest headlines to scream “Terror in the Skies” flooded our social media feeds in December, after a passenger aboard American Airlines flight 280 had the curious presence of mind to videotape the panicked scene inside the cabin as the plane pitched violently.
With summer wilderness permits becoming available and airlines running sales, the heart of winter is the ideal time for travelers to plan ahead for warmer months. The deals and deadlines you should be taking seriously right now? Just this way…
Getting sick presents air travelers with a quandary: fly with a potentially contagious illness, or pay rebooking fees that can cost up to $200 plus the difference in airfare. What's the best course of action?
Stuck in an airport overnight? Here's what to do when an airport terminal becomes your one-night stand.
Think feeling crappy on a plane is inevitable? Time to re-evaluate. What you eat pre-flight could make a difference.
Car break down? A roadside assistance app on your phone might make better sense than using an AAA membership. But not always.
We live in a time of the shrinking economy class seat, but a few simple DIY tricks can help upgrade your experience, without having to pay too much for it.
Most domestic airlines have quietly made a drastic change to their frequent flier programs, making miles harder to accrue. Here's a tip sheet that'll keep you racking up the points.
As airlines pack more passengers than ever onto each plane, a single storm can reverberate through the system—leaving flyers stranded as agents scramble to find ever-rarer empty seats on later flights. But you aren't entirely at the mercy of the airlines.
I'd love to haul my kids up the railings to Half Dome, but don't want to risk accidents (or turning them off of hiking forever). How can we have fun while staying safe in Yosemite?
The SUP 11-City Tour travels a grueling 220K (136 miles), making it the longest race in stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) by far. Divided into five daylong stages, in form and challenge level, its the Tour de France of paddling. But through this scenic Netherlands route, at least you'll have scenic terrain to distract from the burn.
Although summer is winding down, there’s time enough for a few more fair-weather hiking trips.