How to Have a Stress-Free Flight with Kids

By Rachael Funk Having kids doesn’t mean your exhilarating days of world travel are over. In fact, a 2016 report from the TMS Family Travel Summit found that millennials with children are traveling internationally more than any other demographic group – and usually on adventure trips! If you are headed abroad with young children, here […]

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Managing Domestic Air Disruptions

Air travel is not surprising not everyone’s favorite mode of transportation, however with these tips you can manage any issues that may arise. Security Delays : With the increase in security measures across international airports, travelers are experiencing hefty wait times going through immigration and customs. So be aware of services like TSA Pre check    […]

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Traveling This Holiday Season? Time To Book!

Summer is ending and the kids are back in school, so Christmas, Hanukkah, and Thanksgiving are the last thing on your mind right now. But, it shouldn’t be! Now is not only the time to think about booking for the holidays, it is also time to actually book. It’s no secret the airlines get greedier during the […]

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Pre-check At The Airport-Five Ways To Jump The Lines

Five ways to jump the line While no traveler, even if enrolled, is guaranteed access to the PreCheck line 100% of the time, there are five ways to ensure travelers have the best possible chance of gaining access when they travel. 1. Join a Trusted Traveler program. There are four Trusted Traveler programs that include […]

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No Smoking & No Vaping on U.S. Flights

“Airline passengers can no longer carry e-cigarettes or other electronic smoking devices in their checked luggage because—surprise—they pose a serious fire hazard. That means no “e-cigarettes, e-cigs, e-cigars, e-pipes, personal vaporizers, or electronic nicotine delivery systems” in your checked bags; you can, however, still carry an e-cigarette in your carry-on or with you through security. […]

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Homeland Security Gives States a Pass on Real IDs

Concerns that travelers from New York and three other states would need to use passports instead of driver’s licenses as airport ID have been postponed, at least temporarily. With a 2016 deadline approaching and four states plus American Samoa still not in compliance with the new minimum standards of the federal Real ID system, the […]

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TSA Ends Free Passes to Airport Pre-Check Lines

“The TSA pulled the plug on its controversial but traveler-friendly Managed Inclusion Program, which allowed frequent travelers to use the PreCheck security lines at airports without paying the fee. The Transportation Security Administration’s PreCheck Managed Inclusion program is now officially phased out from all airports nationwide. TSA had been allowing passengers deemed “low-risk” to use […]

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