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Washington: Have to Transfer Between Washington's IAD and BWI Airports? Good Luck.

There's no way to win when it comes to transferring between Washington DC's Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Baltimore-Washington Airport (BWI).

How Does Delta's Comfort Plus Experience Compare to Basic Economy Seats?

Last week was a bit of a travel whirlwind. We took a red-eye on Sunday night from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to Detroit Metropolitan Airport, then on to LaGuardia Airport.

Airlines Are Making Record Profits... So Why Does Customer Experience Still Suck?

For so many years, the often-heard excuse for poor experiences aboard airlines was always about money.

Rome : Will The Trevi Fountain Be Finished in Time for Your Summer Trip to Rome?

This week's Jaunted Field Trip is coming from Rome! Got a question about the Eternal City? Let us know in the comments section below!

New OneJet Airline Offering 2 Additional Routes Starting in May

Indianapolis-based OneJet, a new airline focusing on "demand responsive" regional nonstop routes, began operations on April 6 with flights between Milwaukee and Indianapolis.

Travel Channel and The New York Times Bring '36 Hours' To Television

If the travel funds are a little low this season there’s always television, and thanks to the New York Times and Travel Channel there just might be something worth watching.

Kathmandu: How Facebook's New 'Safety Check' is Aiding Travelers Following the Nepal Earthquake

I was boarding a plane when it happened, the Nepal Earthquake, that is. I wasn't in Kathmandu. I was in Abu Dhabi, readying for a 15-hour flight back to the U.S., but I knew that one of my good friends was in Nepal and had been traveling around some of the areas most effected by the 7.8 earthquake and its aftershocks.

Follow the TSA Before the Start of Summer Travels

This is a public service announcement: the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) is hip to social media.

Chicago: Street Food Friday: Crepe in the Park Serves Sweet and Savory French Pastry on Chicago's North Side

Good news for Chicagoans hoping Crepe in the Park would return for its third season near Welles Park in Lincoln Square: the Parisian-inspired food stand at Lincoln and Sunnyside is back and better than ever.

an Francisco: 3 Famous Filming Locations From 3 Of This Year's TV Reboots

Everything that's old is new again, at least on television. Many of TV's biggest hits from the 1990s are being rebooted, including Twin Peaks, The X-Files, and Full House, the latter which is being reincarnated as Fuller House.

For The Best Views In Canada, Find the Red Chairs

If you’ve spent any time north of the border, you know that Canada has no shortage of absolutely breathtaking parks.

TSA Fired Two Groping Screeners, But Won't Tell You Who Or What Or Why Or How

The TSA groping scandal seems like it's been going on for a year, but people are still talking about it so it's worth putting on your radar.

London: Heathrow's Brand New 'Transportation Screens' Have Instantly Become Our Favorite Airport Amenity

Have you ever landed in a destination for the first time and debated between taking a train and a taxi?

Wish You Were Here: Onboard the Rocky Mountaineer from Vancouver to Banff

The Gold Leaf observation car on the Rocky Mountaineer Western Canada, specifically British Columbia and Alberta, is mostly comprised of wilderness and small, isolated mountain towns.

Geek Out on the High Seas: Dream Cruise for Techies To Debut in Mediterranean in 2017

If you’re looking to cruise around the Mediterranean in high-tech style, get your wallets ready because starting this summer travelers can start booking the next generation of MSC Cruises.

Seattle: Restaurant Spotlight: Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails in Seattle

We liked Chef Charlotte Glaves the minute we sat down with her before a recent dinner at Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails at Motif Seattle.

Rome: The Tourists of Rome Have a Selfie Stick Problem (But It’s Not What You Think)

Selfie Sticks are without a doubt the most polarizing travel gear on the market today. People either love them and use them for selfie opps at major landmarks or they hate them and make fun of the folks who carry them, usually by posting a shot of the selfie stick users on social media.

JetBlue Recycles Old Uniforms Into New Carry-Ons

Now there’s a way to carry your love for JetBlue with you all day long, as USA Today reports that the carrier recently donated a whole bunch of old uniforms, fabrics, and other leftovers in hopes of helping the textiles finding a second life.

You Won't Believe What Ryanair Has Done Now

We have some good news and some bad news. First, the bad news: hell hath officially frozen over. This week Ryanair debuted their newest service feature, and—here's the good news—it's not another fee!

United Says 'Drinks On Us' For Those Traveling Overseas

Hungry travelers, take heed. Your summer travel just got that much better if you’re heading overseas with United, as the carrier is upgrading and improving some of their in-flight food and beverage offerings.