Articles Tagged ‘travelers’

How to Predict Hurricanes 100 Years Into the Future

How to Predict Hurricanes 100 Years Into the Future November 17, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
This is for you overachieving travelers out there who like to plan your trips several years in advance– or, if you want to start prepping your grandchildren who haven’t been born yet for their future travels…100 years from now. There’s new information to help you plan your trips....

New Application Manages All Your Airline Miles

New Application Manages All Your Airline Miles November 9, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
If you’re like most travelers, then you probably like accruing miles while trotting the globe. Not only that, but you probably signed up for a ton of different loyalty programs– from United’s Mileage Plus to Icelandair’s Saga Club to Bangkok Airways Flyer Bonus. Similar to the...

Common Language Gaffes of British Holidayers

Common Language Gaffes of British Holidayers November 5, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Have you ever been traveling internationally and said something in that country’s language that might not have been what you thought it was? Maybe you said something to a waiter and got a weird look? Well you’re not the only one. According to a recent article in the Telegraph, it’s...

How to Pick Up a Flight Attendant

How to Pick Up a Flight Attendant November 2, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
We didn’t need Leonardo DiCaprio’s performance in Catch Me If You Can or the idea of joining the elusive Mile High Club to persuade us to want to pick up a flight attendant, even though these things certainly helped the cause. However, Jaunted has made the process a little easier by recently...

Find Out if Your Flight Has Internet…But Without Internet?

Find Out if Your Flight Has Internet…But Without Internet? October 29, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Wireless internet has become one of, if not the most talked about subjects in travel. From adding it to buses to charges at luxury hotels, it makes you wonder if there will be a day when every square foot of land will have wireless Internet access. Now, airplanes have started to be a major point of discussion...

What Do Facebook Additions Mean for Travelers

What Do Facebook Additions Mean for Travelers October 19, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
As if it needed extra buzz, the media outlets have been all atwitter (no social media pun intended) the last few weeks with Facebook, which coincidentally rolled out new features about the same time the hit movie, “The Social Network”, was released at theaters. The latest changes aren’t...

Fall Foliage Frolicking: Using the Web to Find Autumn’s Peak

Fall Foliage Frolicking: Using the Web to Find Autumn’s Peak September 28, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
It’s late September and in the United States that means crisp weather, weekend football, and a turning of the seasons. From the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina to the Green Mountains of Vermont and over to the ski resorts of Aspen and Breckenridge, Colorado, travelers are hitting the road...

Travelers Rally Against Hidden Airline Fees

Travelers Rally Against Hidden Airline Fees September 15, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Have you ever been mad as hell about travel? If so, it’s more than likely been over travel fees that you were probably unaware of until the last minute. This is often in the form of taxes or other ludicrous fees that are often tacked on just before you buy your ticket, or sometimes even after....

Travelers Stranded by “No-Fly” List Demand Answers

Travelers Stranded by “No-Fly” List Demand Answers July 6, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
It’s not unusual to encounter a few hiccups in even the most well-structured of travel plans. Hotel reservations falling through, overbooked flights, and the unexpected often come together to form little headaches in our holidays.¬†All these minor inconveniences pale, however, in comparison to...