If the friendly skies aren't so friendly to your wallet, these flight-booking hacks will help.
You've booked your ticket. You've packed your bags. You're ready to go. But hang on … some hidden vacation costs are about to spoil your fun.
What offers the most value for your buck: generic travel rewards cards, or airline cards? Let's take a look.
Air travel is the worst, right? With these top flight airlines, it's actually pretty nice!
You don't have to dread the airport. These smart frequent flyer secrets will have you breezing through the terminal (almost) stress-free.
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Don't book another flight online until you've read this! It could save you a ton of money.
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Airline rewards are good for more than just airfare. From charity to merch, here's what else you can do with your miles.
Flying wasn't always such a hassle. Reminisce about these unbelievable, long-gone perks from the good old days of air travel.
If you find an airline that doesn't charge to check, take them up on it. You'll wait a moment at the carousel, but the rest of the trip's a breeze.
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.
Face it — flying these days is a hassle, especially if you're flying with family. Here's how to decide if you should just drive, instead.
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.
The airport is no picnic, but you can make it bearable with this collection of clever air transport how-tos and workarounds.
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.
As airline ticket prices have shrunk, so has the legroom. Use these tips to find more room for your feet (and your stuff) without paying extra.
Is paying more for extra airline services ever worth it? Sure, especially if the miles — or your legs — are long. Here are eight fees that are worth the cost.
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