People who travel internationally are generally among the savviest travelers. But they can still make passport mistakes — and some of the most common ones involve passports. Learn about 8 of the worst and most common passport mistakes.
Travelers who put both carry-ons overhead, instead of one under the seat, are the most common bin hogs, but equally if not more anyone to my mind are the folks who decide that their bags need to ride up front, even if they don’t. So while they might be sitting back in row 35, they stash the bag in the first available bin.
These days, a credit card guarantee is almost always mandatory, with cancellation required usually at least a day in advance to avoid a one-night charge. The only good news for consumers is that promising payment does mean the hotel should mean guaranteed late arrival, no matter how late — “should” being the operative word.
Today, with technology, not only are there hundreds of airfares on any given flight, but also there are as many if not more best travel price options with hotels, rental cars, cruises, etc. However, when searching for the best travel price, all these choices can push travelers into a time-consuming vortex that can take all the fun out of travel.
Thanks to technology, travel can be booked with a few quick swipes and clicks. For most people, it means the process is much faster. It also means more online booking mistakes.
Honesty during delays is hard to find when holiday flight schedules get destroyed T’is the season, and whatever you celebrate, it is a time for […]
A savvy traveler has have heard and read thousands of holiday travel tips before. The litany of show up early, watch out and avoid “amateur” travelers, be prepared for extra-full overhead bins, get to the airport early, etc. Enjoy these 7 low-tech holiday travel tips.
Seasonality rules is another of those airline-jargon words to which consumers may not really pay attention. But for international airfares, it is a word that can make a big difference.
Airfares, in general, can change based on whether travel is booked in high- or low-season, and sales are for a limited period. However, transatlantic fares have very specific dates for when they apply, and those dates are generally set well in advance. Now, airlines will split the difference.
Consumers SHOULD read the fine print. However, either they don’t, or they may not grasp what the fine print of basic economy blues really means. Delta […]
Many travelers try to keep from complaining, but when problems arise, travel complaint timing can make or break a trip. Don’t wait. Your vacation will […]