Mar 17, 2014 9:37am

Please Don’t Call It St. Patty’s Day

The Dublin Airport Facebook page posted this notice clarifying that it’s “Saint Paddy’s Day,” not “Saint Patty’s Day.” (DublinAirport/Facebook) Here’s a PSA from the Dublin Airport: Don’t call it St. Patty’s Day. Also, March 17 should never be referred to as Patty’s Day either. You… Read More »

Mar 12, 2014 3:56pm

What’s Inside Some SXSW Attendees’ Bags Is Causing Airport Security Problems

Stacks of magazines in some South By Southwest attendees’ bags are registering as suspicious objects at the airport in Austin and causing delays, leaving many to ask, how could this happen? Weirdest thing I have ever heard but apparently this #sxsw magazine issue has been… Read More »

Mar 5, 2014 12:05am

Cheeky Monkey Steals Camera, Videos Self

A tourist looking for great footage of monkeys at a Balinese temple got that indeed when one cheeky monkey stole his camera. Ailton Schoemberger, a 25-year-old Brazilian from Vancouver, British Columbia, on an around-the-world trip, said he was hoping to get footage of himself feeding… Read More »

Feb 27, 2014 11:24am

Delta Frequent Flier Program Rewards Money Spent, Not Miles Flown

Air travelers are getting more specifics about the changes Delta Air Lines announced last year to its frequent flier program. As ABC News reported in 2013, the main change to SkyMiles means travelers will be rewarded for the money spent on their ticket in addition… Read More »

Feb 25, 2014 11:57am

Delta Air Lines’ Breast Feeding Tweets Ignite Social Media Firestorm

A woman who was told over Twitter she must cover up while breastfeeding on her upcoming flight has ignited a social-media firestorm. Lindsay Jaynes, who used the Twitter handle @ClassicHippie, tweeted @DeltaAssist ahead of her six-hour flight last week. She wanted to know the airline’s… Read More »

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Feb 12, 2014 6:31pm

How to Avoid Avalanche Risks While Being Awesome on the Slopes

In the last 10 winters, an average of 28 people have died in avalanches each year in the United States, according to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center (CAIC).  Avalanche expert and CAIC director Ethan Greene spoke with “Nightline” about the dangers of avalanches and offered his advice for… Read More »

Feb 6, 2014 11:46am

Don’t Correct a Kardashian Kid on a Plane, OK?

Kids on a plane. It’s a subject that gets nearly everyone riled up. Should they have their own sections? Should they be banned all together? What movies are appropriate on a flight that has kids? But you know what gets Kourtney Kardashian riled up? When you tell… Read More »

Jan 27, 2014 10:28am

Curacao, the Caribbean’s Best-Kept Secret

The natives say Curacao is the best-kept secret in the Caribbean, and there are many secrets still waiting  to be discovered here. In the Capital Willemstad, locals whisper of ghost stories. They say you can feel the eerie energy while visiting the Museum in Kura… Read More »

Jan 23, 2014 12:03pm

‘Naked Sledding’ Competition Seeks Intrepid Contenders

Are you so over the polar bear plunge? Bored with Olympics coverage? It may be time to check out the Naked Sledding World Championships. Thirty participants representing 15 countries will come together to take part in the competition next month in the tiny mountain town… Read More »

Jan 21, 2014 12:06pm

Flight Cancellation Policies, Airline by Airline

With more than 2,000 flights cancelled and nearly 700 delays in the U.S. today — and more expected for Wednesday — what’s a traveler with a flight to do? Airlines issue flexible policies in the case of bad weather, which typically means you can change… Read More »