Air Travel

Will Berlin’s New Airport Ever Open?

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It’s anyone’s guess when Berlin’s new airport will open—or if it ever will.

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Why Are There No Nonstop Flights from the U.S. to Thailand?

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No nonstop flights between the U.S. and Thailand exist, on Thai Airways or on any other airline.

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How to Choose an Airline Alliance in 2017

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As individual airlines (particularly U.S. ones) slash benefits in a race for the bottom, alliance loyalty has become more complicated than it once was.

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Why Are There No Nonstop Flights from the U.S. to Vietnam?

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Here’s a fact that might surprise you: Los Angeles to Ho Chi Minh City is the busiest unserved air route in the world.

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Flight Delay Compensation in the US and Europe

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You look up at the departures board to find your gate and see that your flight has been delayed. What can you do?

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How to Fly Up Front for Cheap(-ish)

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I know a thing about flying up-front without going broke. Or two. Or four.

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How to Make Your Next Flight Less Miserable

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Flying in the 21st century can be a decidedly un-luxurious experience, particularly if you don’t have the cash to drop on a first- or business-class fare.

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The Sad Truth About Flight Upgrades

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Looking to score a free first-class upgrade? Today’s post runs through the fact and fiction surrounding first- and business-class upgrades.

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