Airlines delighted travelers by announcing the end to change fees, but don’t expect that they won’t come up with new fees to extract more money from flyers.
Posts by Christopher Elliott:
Global Entry is back, But you’ll have to Wait a while for your Card By Christopher Elliott Global Entry is back. On Sept. 9, the government reopened its trusted traveler processing centers after a nearly six-month shutdown. But it may be weeks or months before you can schedule the interview required for admission to the […]
How do you Practice Social Distancing on a Crowded Plane? By Christopher Elliott When Robyn Wilkov boarded a recent flight from New York to Dallas, she was surprised to find a masked passenger in the middle seat next to hers. “The plane was packed, with nearly every row seated,” says Wilkov, a brand marketing consultant […]
In Nice France, citizens have to remain indoors for 23 hours a day. Christopher Elliott planned a monthlong stay and now he’s stuck there until it ends.
Vacation Rental Mistakes Every Family Makes (But You Shouldn’t) By Christopher Elliott From booking the cheapest place to ignoring the fine print in the property description, I’ve made so many vacation rental mistakes that I could write a book about them. For now, an article will have to do. The next time you’re considering renting […]
How to survive an RV Life with your family By Christopher Elliott It happened on a hot autumn afternoon as we cruised south toward Santa Rosa, California., on Highway 101 in a 24-foot Coachmen Leprechaun recreational vehicle. “THUMP!” the camper went. Not like the kind of thump you make when you go over a speed […]