It's one of the biggest travel weeks of the year in the US, with millions of passengers flying home to visit family for Thanksgiving (myself included). Here are some of my favorite tips to make Thanksgiving travel a bit easier.
It hasn't been a good week for travelers. United and Delta have both announced devaluations, with Delta devaluing its award program and United its elite benefits. Let's see how bad it really is.
JetBlue announced today some changes to their operations, that may sway your loyalty with the much-beloved brand moving forward into 2015.
Here's a fun promotion for you: Alaska Airlines is offering its passengers the opportunity to ski the same-day of arrival at their destination for free! Let's check out the details resort-by-resort!
Great news for Starwood Elite members! Starwood and Emirates have begun a reciprocal benefits program to entice brand loyalty between the two companies (similar to the Delta Crossover program launched last year). Let's dig into the details below!
As we hit mid-November the college football season is now half over, the leaves have started falling off the trees and the first ski resorts in Colorado have begun to open up for the season. As an avid snowboarder, this is my favorite time of year.
I recently returned from South America, where I spent time in hostels in Ecuador and Colombia. Now, hostels for Americans are a tricky subject- young people love them and everyone else thinks of the Eli Roth film and dirty accommodations.
As you may know, US Airways and American Airlines are currently in the process of merging. Many of you may fly these airlines often, and have status in one (or both!). Today, American Airlines announced its plans for the program in 2015. Let's see what changes are coming.
If you have stayed in a Las Vegas hotel in the past five years, most likely, you've paid a "resort fee." That pesky $10-$30 charge per night for services that you may never use... long distance calling, the New York Times, or wifi.
Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. The temperatures are starting to cool down in most places of the country, the holiday's are right around the corner and for baseball fans it marks the start of the playoffs.