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Video Shows Man Walk Easily Past TSA Checkpoint At DFW
To the many who have ever wondered how you could just slip on through past the TSA, there is a video that shows a man doing just that.


Wearing High Heels to the Airport: 5 Common Myths
Back in the days when commercial flights were first becoming mainstream, the Pan Am girls weren’t the only ones looking fly to fly. Traveling via airplane was a rare, expensive and extremely special occasion and, thus, passengers dressed to impress in suits, hats, dresses, coats, and, of course, heels.


Southwest Airlines Computer Outage Still Causing Major Delays, Cancellations
Early Thursday, Southwest Airlines was forced to cancel and delay hundreds of additional flights after a computer system outage caused the cancellation of an estimated 700 flights on Wednesday.


A Guide to the Rio 2016 Summer Games
The 2016 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXXI Olympiad, and commonly known as Rio 2016, is a major international multi-sport event in the tradition of the Olympic Games due to take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from August 5 to August 21, 2016.


The Traveler July 2016
An informational bulletin on security, medical, and travel related issues


10 Ways To Avoid Tourist Traps
If you’re eating next to a tourist attraction, you’re eating at a tourist trap.


Is this the future of TSA passenger screening?
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration showed off its new experimental passenger screening lines -- what the agency said could be the first chapter of a book titled, "The Future of the TSA."


Eritrean Man Hidden In Luggage
Migrants seeking a better life will do astounding things to attempt to cross a border. One video recently surfaced that shows a man from Eritrea who stuffed his six-foot frame into what looks to be carry-on luggage.


What Makes Fiji So Special?
Fiji is probably the exact image that comes to mind when most people envision the ideal trip to the South Pacific.


The Empire State Building Now Features A Gigantic App
The Empire State Building experience is now getting a boost from your phone.


Suicide bombing at Istanbul Ataturk Airport, Turkey
Suicide bombing at Istanbul Ataturk Airport, Turkey, late June 28 kills at least 36 people, injures at least 147.


New Airline Etiquette Survey: What Does It Mean for Business Travelers?
It’s time for a crash course in manners – an airline cotillion for the business traveler if you will.


Expedia Survey Unveils 10 Worst People You Find At The Beach
Find out what tourists are most likely to lose their clothing and hang out in their birthday suits at the beach with this wonderfully insightful summer survey.


Travel Leaders Group Asks Frequent Fliers ‘What Would You Do?'
We’ve all been there: trying to find some peace and comfort on a flight while your fellow passengers engage in a variety of behaviors that make flying—especially on full flights—even more challenging than it already is.


2016 World's Best Restaurant award goes to...
The hottest dining ticket on the planet right now?


Travel Tech Next: Pilot Breaks Language Barriers With Awesome Translation Tech
Conversing with other cultures is easy in science fiction fare thanks to universal translators, TARDIS telepathic fields or even babel fish. Well, one device has us ever closer to that kind of translation power becoming a reality.


Common taxi scams, and how to avoid them
Taxi drivers are a diverse lot. From the white-gloved drivers of Japan to the proud professionals of the United Kingdom and Ireland that must pass rigorous local geography tests before taking to the wheel, most are out to make an honest living. In other places, regulations are patchwork (or nonexistent) and drivers and operators may be looking for extra ways to separate you from your money.


Chasing the light: 2016 National Geographic travel photo contest entries
Unless they're hilariously bad, we normally steer clear of other people's yawn-inducing vacation snaps. With a few exceptions. National Geographic's annual travel photo contest is one of them.


Strikes to Cause Air Travel Disruptions in France
Leaders of the major French air traffic controller (ATC) unions have threatened to stage a nationwide strike from 0600 CEST June 3 to 0600 June 6.


Ben Gurion: the world's most secure airport?
As security concerns mount at international airports, more security officials are turning to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion International Airport to understand what it does differently. The airport, considered one of the safest in the world, has layers of security, only partially visible to the 16 million passengers who pass through every year.