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Since U.S. citizens don’t need a visa to enter Japan, it’s not hard to do a bit of sightseeing during even a short airport layover.
Here are the steps you can take—and the tools you need in your arsenal—to prepare for anything the snow can throw at you, during this storm or any other.
Next time you’re booking an international flight, seriously consider an itinerary that gives you a layover in one of these hubs.
If you’re flying through Barcelona-El Prat airport (BCN) and have a layover, you’ll probably be tempted to visit the city. Here's how.
Here’s what your fellow travelers named as the best airport restaurants in the U.S.
Savvy travelers share their favorite U.S. airports to get stuck in, and how to pass the time there.
Joe Brancatelli shares three incredibly smart tips that might just eliminate all travel stress entirely.
In the first three months of 2015, U.S. airlines raked in $1.6 billion in checked-baggage and ticket-change fees. Here’s what you can do to avoid them.
Brett Snyder, Chief Airline Dork of The Cranky Concierge and Cranky Flier, reveals his most embarrassing travel experience, and his opinion on the biggest issue airlines face.
Wendy and The Points Guy show a reader how to get the best frequent-flier deals for AmEx points.
Travelers are taking notice of Qatar, and their introduction to the country begins on the plane. It’s an impressive one.
A reader needs help finding a reliable airline ticket consolidator for a trip to Hong Kong. Wendy has a solution.
A new Wi-Fi report from Routehappy finds that more and more airlines are offering Wi-Fi on domestic and international flights.
In this Ask Wendy column, Wendy shares her favorite service for redeeming frequent flier miles.
From blue light technology to acupuncture and candles—our friends at Yahoo! Travel try five ways to beat jet lag and boost energy.
We asked our Facebook friends what simple changes they’d like to see that would drastically improve travel in 2015. They had some smart ideas.
Air-tested tips for surviving a flight with young kids.
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