Flying economy isn't always terrific. Make your next flight easier and more relaxing with some planning and some smart carry-alongs.
From drop-off at the curb to touchdown at your destination, flying is filled with stress inducers. Take the edge off with some simple relaxers.
There's nothing friendly about the price of goods and services at the airport. Avoid these bad buys if you can — and save your money for a couple of concourse deals.
Airline travel is not much fun, so it makes sense to reduce the burden by packing less and not checking. You'll save time, money, and hassle.
Flying economy is no picnic, but if you know what to look for, you can find the flight with the most comfortable mix of seat width and amenities.
Air travel is no picnic these days. Learn to avoid these five common abuses and maybe you'll arrive in a tolerable mood (and almost on time).
The airport is no picnic, but you can make it bearable with this collection of clever air transport how-tos and workarounds.
If you think flying coach is uncomfortable now, just wait until you see what the airline industry has planned for you!
Fly first class for little or no extra expense by planning carefully or just asking nicely.
You don't have to deploy a knee defender to fly comfortably. Try a few of these tips and tricks from Wise Bread's flight-savvy writers.
From where to shower to skipping security lines, discover the best airport tricks and secrets from 10 of the world's most frequent (and frugal) travelers.
ITA Flight Matrix might be the best flight search service you've never heard of. Learn how to use it to find the cheapest airfare anywhere.
Up the odds of scoring a bulkhead or an emergency exit seat and avoid the middle seat with this guide to airline boarding practices.
Flying long distance is rarely comfortable, especially in economy. Improve the experience with these travel secrets.
Get where you're going without picking up any bacteriological hitchhikers by using these holiday travel precautions.
Too often the worst part of travel is navigating the airport. Get through it quickly and easily with this collection of tips and advice.
Airfare isn't cheap, and it's rarely free. But if you can be flexible with your travel plans and know whom to ask (and how), you really can fly for free.
Stow these cheap and satisfying travel snacks in your carry-on for a quick bite when the going gets delayed.
New fees for carry-on luggage have started creeping up on consumers. Discover how to pack defensively and avoid these extra charges.
Sick of blackout dates and high mileage requirements? Discover which frequent flier programs are best — and which ones to leave behind when you fly.
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