United is ratcheting up stricter carry-on baggage rule enforcement, and the result is that more passengers will be hit with …
What good is it to hear about the world’s best hotel when one night there costs more than you make in a week?
Within days of Disney jacking up admissions prices to its theme parks, Universal Studios has done the same.
If you’ve been in Vegas and hopped in a taxi in recent years, there’s a good chance you’ve been “long hauled.”
A year ago at this time, a one-day pass to Disney’s Magic Kingdom cost $89. Now, after two price hikes in less than 12 months, admission runs $99—$105 after taxes.
Travelers have long desired low-cost flights connecting Europe and the U.S. One emerging European carrier is making this dream a reality—and a range of travel industry forces don’t like it one bit.
There may come a day when theme park companies see a backlash among vacationers, who refuse to pay ever-high admissions prices. But that day hasn’t come yet.
Airlines say that they must charge passengers baggage fees because more checked luggage means more costs incurred by the carrier. But how much extra jet fuel is burned due to luggage? Maybe $2 per bag tops.
United Airlines announced it is dropping 60% of departures in Cleveland, which was once a major hub for Continental—back before Continental merged with United.
Some are saying that marijuana tourism could rival the state’s multi-billion dollar ski and snowboard industry.
Almost everyone aspires to travel in retirement and almost no one factors the expense into their plans. This is one of retirees’ biggest regrets, and it shuts them off from valuable health benefits.