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  • More for Your Money: The quest for transparent airline fees

    More for Your Money: The quest for transparent airline fees
    If you think flying is tedious, try figuring out what your flight will cost. Fees for bags and optional services, such as seat selection, extra legroom, Internet access, onboard entertainment and other choices can plump up airfares by $100 or more. And...
  • Gift guide for the road

    Gift guide for the road
    The business traveler in your life has it tough. Too much time in airports. Too many nights in unfamiliar beds. Too much small talk with clients. Too much unhealthy food. So why not take advantage of the present-giving season to make things better for...
  • Booking flights too early can be as expensive as booking too late

    Booking flights too early can be as expensive as booking too late
    Anyone who has booked a last-minute flight knows you pay more when you wait. But you also pay more if you book too early. What's too early? What's too late? Pity the poor fare geek trying to hit that elusive sweet spot. Discount travel site Cheapair....
  • The trouble with Wi-Fi

    The trouble with Wi-Fi
    Technology couldn't be more pervasive. It is always at our fingertips, meeting every need at every moment, providing constant communication. Right? Judging by how quickly people fire up their phones after the plane lands, not quite. One of the last...
  • Relief from security hassles?

    Relief from security hassles?
    I might owe the Transportation Security Administration an apology. But first, the background: in June, the International Air Transport Association unveiled its security "checkpoint of the future." In this space I wrote about its alluring, virtually...
  • Airline food: Hot or not?

    Airline food: Hot or not?
    What was the last memorable meal you had on an airplane? Struggling for an answer? Me too. That is why American Airlines' recent announcement that it is working on in-flight meals with two notable chefs, Richard Sandoval and Marcus Samuelsson, seemed so...
  • Southern California Close-Ups: A step-by-step guide to the South Bay

    Southern California Close-Ups: A step-by-step guide to the South Bay
    We'll call the movie "Three Beaches and an Airport." It'll star Hugh Grant as a buttoned-up business traveler who is separated from his job, money and luggage at LAX, then befriended by a team of wise-cracking Olympic volleyballers who introduce him to...
  • Aviation security hassles, weaknesses persist

    Aviation security hassles, weaknesses persist
    Major vulnerabilities persist in the decade since air travelers sacrificed convenience and privacy for the promise of heightened security in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, and the message from the government and security watchdogs is thatĀ there stillĀ ...
  • Our daily 9/11 reminder

    Our daily 9/11 reminder
    Hyperbole has a way of taking root and sticking around, but 10 years on, it's inarguable that Sept. 11, 2001, was indeed "a day that changed everything," at least on these shores. On that Tuesday morning, the United States was forced to look at itself...
  • Defense: Rana was victim of a con man

    Tahawwur Rana was the victim of a cunning con man who used him to ease his travel abroad as he worked with terrorists on planning the deadly 2008 attack in Mumbai. "Nothing is simple when it comes to David Headley," Rana's attorney, Patrick Blegen,...
  • Laughs in translation in David Henry Hwang's shrewd new 'Chinglish'

    At the moment in David Henry Hwang's "Chinglish" when Sino-American business relations develop to the point a Chinese buyer and a U.S. seller find themselves in bed together, you get a sudden flashback to "M. Butterfly." That brilliant 23-year-old drama,...