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February 13, 2016

For the first time in a half-century, US airlines soon will be making regularly scheduled flights to Cuba. The trade embargo is over in all but name. If you want to see Cuba before the tsunami of American mass-market tourism hits full-force, you might want to accelerate your travel plans. Sometime n.../ ➝

November 22, 2015

Travelers trying to use debit cards to book air travel can be tripped up by an automatic spending limit. It makes last-minute bookings a risky business. A recent teachable moment from a client of mine, whom we’ll call Adam (not his real name). He wanted to use a debit card to book an airfare f.../ ➝

July 31, 2015

There are forecasts for (slightly) lower airfares this coming fall. I’ll believe it when I see it. But be ready to book, anyway. One of the writers in the travel industry for whom I have a lot of respect is consumer affairs expert Christopher Elliott. So when Chris says airfares could reach re.../ ➝

January 13, 2015

It wasn’t bad enough that your airline frequent-flier miles can expire. Now, thieves are trying to book free flights with your miles. Does this sound like you? You stalk the online travel agencies and booking sites, looking for the cheapest airfare from A to B, regardless of airline. Over time.../ ➝

October 29, 2014

Air travel to Africa isn’t expensive. It’s just being taxed and surcharged to death. I know a lot of people who would love to visit Africa, but they won’t. Not because of ebola, but because of the high cost of travel there, starting with the four-figure airfares. But that’s o.../ ➝

September 5, 2014

Rather than pricey seat-blocking gadgets or juvenile, combative behavior, try this old-school alternative when you fly: courtesy. Works every time. The buzz in the airline industry these days is about passengers apparently losing their minds when the passenger in front of them reclines their seat. A.../ ➝

July 22, 2014

Delta and US Airways pull the plug on their Tel Aviv flights after a rocket lands near the airport there. No word on what American and United plan to do. The fighting now raging in the Gaza Strip between the Israeli Defense Force and Hamas militants just scored a direct hit on travel to the [&hellip.../ ➝

July 20, 2014

Ethiopian Airlines could become the first African air carrier to connect the Mother Continent to the US West Coast. This time next year, you may be able to fly to Africa from the West Coast of the United States — on an African airline. Ethiopian Airlines has announced plans to begin flying out.../ ➝

July 13, 2014

If you want to go big, luxury resorts, cruises and even flights will lavish you with all the creature comforts you can stand — for a price. Do you ever dream of seeing the world in style and comfort — especially comfort? Well, if you’re going to dream big travel dreams, you might a.../ ➝

July 7, 2014

New airport security rules may soon have TSA inspectors checking your personal electronics to see if they power up. If they don’t, there will be drama. New security rules being implemented by the Transportation Security Administration could complicate your travel with cellphones, laptop comput.../ ➝