Here are six ways to increase your chances of not getting bumped (the first three take very little effort and the first four are free):
Whether you plan to travel with kids for the first time or the tenth time, here are nine smart tips for flying with kids to avoid unnecessary “turbulence”
Beginning in January 2018 – less than a year away – the TSA will start to enforce the federal REAL ID Act, which was passed by Congress in 2005 in the wake of the Sept 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on New York, Washington DC, and Pennsylvania to strengthen identity verification (click here to read the Act; relevant portion begins on page 81).
I’ve never met someone who loves going through Customs and Immigration upon arrival back in the United States. You’re tired after a long flight, possibly jet-lagged, trying to find your luggage, and frustrated with the long, snaking lines.
In the flurry of activity that accompanies an international trip, our travel documents—some of our most valuable and hard-to-replace possessions—can disappear. That’s why we suggest you take some simple precautions before and during your trip. Here are some of the best places to keep your travel documents: