Fran Golden joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about how to she coaches travelers from the pages of Budget Travel.
James DeRuvo joins Paul and Elizabeth to talk about some cool travel apps for the iPhone, the perils of social networking while traveling, and why it pays to buy an International Data Roaming Package before taking your iPhone overseas. Apps featured: Onavo Data Compression and Word Lens. Paul suggests Transperfect. Plus, getting a temporary SIM [...]
Budget airline Jet Blue has started dangling a carrot in front of their passenger’s collective faces by offering a priority screening option for an extra fee. Dubbed “Even More Speed,” the new option joined the “Even More Space” option which provided extra legroom for taller passengers willing to pay.
Over 150 turtles slowly crossed an active runway at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York, disrupting air travel and delaying flights. The turtles, known as Diamondback Terrapins have been making their way to a sandy area near Runway 4, on their annual trek to lay their eggs.
It used to be that any ship to bear the name of the Queen was impeccable. Beyond reproach. With everything perfect, a Cunard Liner like the Queen Mary 2 had nothing but the best and it showed in the royal treatment it gave it’s passengers. So when the shining flagship of the Cunard fleet pulled [...]
Low costs airlines are getting more creative with nickle and diming passengers with one airline fee after another. First there was charging for meals, then a second bag, then a fee for carry-ons. But Spirit airlines seems to be offering some true out of the box thinking by charging an extra fee for something required [...]
The New York times has a great article which consults Food Network star Melissa d’Arabian, and other chefs on how to brown bag it when traveling to avoid high priced airline food with poor taste. d’Arabian, advises that since taste buds dull at high altitudes, to be sure to over season food you bring on [...]