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  • Wisdom is the new E-ticket attraction

    This past weekend I went to Disneyland. Not the actual Disneyland, but my version of Disneyland. It was a conference called "Wisdom, 2.0" designed to address "the great challenge of our age: to not only live connected to one another through technology,...
  • Charged extra for my checked luggage

    Charged extra for my checked luggage
    Deborah Bouchette researches the luggage rules for an upcoming flight, but is surprised by a 200 Euro fee to check her bag, anyway. Her airline says she should get a refund -- so why isn't she? Q: I traveled to Europe on a codeshare flight between...
  • Is Greyhound leaving passengers out in the cold?

    Is Greyhound leaving passengers out in the cold?
    The temperature outside the Des Moines Greyhound bus terminal on a February morning fell to a dangerously frigid 17 degrees below zero. But the bus driver who dropped off Ankur Singh and 10 other passengers so that they could wait for a connecting...
  • Thor invades Disneyland with new Treasures of Asgard exhibit

     
    In time for this weekend's release of “Thor: The Dark World,” Marvel is bringing the magic of Asgard to Disneyland […]...
  • Disneyland amps up Christmas with Jingle Cruises, ‘Winter Dreams’

     
    The scattered nature of L.A.'s expansive urban grid is never more noticeable than during the winter holidays. While certain centers […]...
  • 10 reasons O'Hare Airport is better than Midway

    10 reasons O'Hare Airport is better than Midway
    Some of the busiest travel days of the year are here, Chicago, and our city's two airports will play a prominent role as people fly in and out of the city to visit relatives for Thanksgiving. Chicagoans who fly often enough have learned to love their...
  • Ending the squeeze for airline seats

    If indulging in Thanksgiving's excesses of food and drink has ever made you fret about fitting into the plane seat for the return trip home, a British company wants to put you at ease. Design company Seymourpowell believes it has solved the common...
  • Taking the Kids -- and de-stressing holiday air travel

    Taking the Kids -- and de-stressing holiday air travel
    I hate waiting in long lines. Theme parks are bad enough but in my book, there's nothing worse than long lines at airports when you're already stressed by holiday travel (a long weekend with that cousin who always teased you mercilessly) and the kids...
  • Storm brings winter to Southwest

    A wintry storm dumped heavy snow and rain across the Southwest on Sunday and forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights in what could be a preview of nasty traveling weather for Thanksgiving. Some parts of northern New Mexico were buried under...
  • Airlines adding seats for holiday period, trade group says

    Airlines adding seats for holiday period, trade group says
    U.S. airlines are adding seats and staff to accommodate travelers during the busy holiday travel season, trade group Airlines for America said Thursday. This year, some 25.1 million passengers are expected to fly on U.S. airlines during the 12-day ...
  • Storm on collision course with East Coast; travel could get hairy

    [Updated, 11:47 a.m. PST Nov. 25: The National Weather Service said Monday that a storm system was still on course to slam the East Coast and harry travelers, starting as soon as Tuesday. “Given the recent very cold weather, the onset of the...