Have you ever tried to take Fido or your favorite feline with you on a trip? Maybe you have another variety of furry friend you’ve considered bringing along. Either way, if it’s your first time traveling with a pet, you probably aren’t quite sure what to expect. Continue reading…
Don’t forget to pack your manners. Not because polite travelers are treated better, but because impolite ones are treated worse.
Much worse, sometimes.
The travel agency promoted it as “Mystery in Morocco.” It was an all-inclusive vacation promising intrigue and romance, and the words were dripping with allure.
When Scott Mitchell booked an airline ticket to fly from Austin to New York to see his girlfriend, he decided to play it safe. He bought the optional policy offered through Allianz Travel Insurance.
He played — and he lost.
Labor Day marks the unofficial end of the busy travel season. Oh sure, summer doesn’t wrap up until Sept. 22, but by then everyone is back at work or studying for midterms.
Jonathan Quinn and his wife attended a sales presentation by WorldQuest International at the Hilton Conquistador in Tucson, Ariz. The pitch involved joining their club to get cheaper travel deals.
“It was quite a high-pressure sales pitch, where the presenters painted a picture of deep discounts on travel, from air fares to cruises,” Quinn says. “Although we both should have known better, we nonetheless bought into their services.”
The TSA announced today that its PreCheck program has reached a new milestone: an enrollment of more than 1.5 million travelers.
But is the news something to cheer or something to jeer?