By Jim Donovan: Frontier Airlines is adding nonstop service from Princeton/Trenton, NJ, to Tampa (TPA), Fort Myers (RSW), Fort Lauderdale (FLL) and New Orleans (MSY) The new flights join Frontier’s existing service from Princeton/Trenton to […]
There’s no federal law that protects passengers in the event of what’s called a force majeure event which is an event like bad weather that’s out of the airline’s control.
Windblown rain in our area and snow in the Midwest created holiday delays this morning for travelers at Philadelphia International Airport.
Jet lag symptoms include delayed sleep onset, poor performance at physical and mental tasks, irritability, fatigue and headache. The symptoms also seem to affect older people more than those who are younger.
Airlines have begun imposing dress codes on passengers, even though no dress code is posted anywhere.
There are few feelings of helplessness equal to being stuck in an airport waiting on a flight. The Flight+ app gives you some sense of power back, though, letting you track every flight – at every airport in the world – in real time.
PHL does a great job of sharing the best of Philadelphia with its visitors. Here are some highlights.
If you spent any time at all in an airport over the holidays, you know how flexible flight schedules can be. FlightAware flight tracker app help.
Gate Guru is a must-have app for airport travel.
Now that the summer travel season is over, there are plenty of bargains to be found on airfares. But are travelers searching for those deals in the right place? 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan shares what one frequent flyer found after he did a bit of research.
Among the new rules, one that says any extra fees, such as taxes or baggage fees, need to be listed on an airlines’ website.
Travel with less stress with the Flighttrack app.
The FlightCaster site and app, lets you know about flight delays.
Not only does FareCompare look at the best deal on a particular date, it also turns the planet into a wealth of potential destination spots.
With all the concern these days about wear and tear on airplanes, is there a way for travelers to learn how old that jetliner is, before they get on board?