Finally an airline has recognized that offering something free – that travelers want, no less – might be a great idea.
And this summer. They’ve used maps search data to determine the most popular summer activities and destinations in various countries.
A dining site has compiled a list of restaurants where celebrities have been recently spotted. Any in your city?
A Google-Boingo partnership will offer Android phone and laptop users free access to more than 4,000 hotspots until at least the end of the month.
Airlines, hotels, car dealers and a host of other businesses do it – quote a price, then add fees and extras to increase it. Here’s how to fight back.
A new survey of travelers shows 80 percent want in-flight Wi-Fi and two thirds want to use their phones.
A passenger on British airline Ryanair demanded a fee refund. The CEO responded with curses and insults.