The brutal truth is that airlines make a lot of money charging you extra for things like seat selection, checked bags, and even carry-on luggage. That's prompting people to pack lightly, to stop bringing all the extra stuff that you usually don't even use on a trip. Smart packing means
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I just came across this YouTube channel after falling down the internet rabbit hole, following link after link. The video below has some excellent tips for traveling light. The new travel model is less is more. The more you pack, the more you're going to pay, so if you can pack
Are you a clothes roller or a flat packer? Rolling your clothes supposedly reduces wrinkles and creates more room in your suitcase. Flat packing supposedly does the opposite. So, which method actually allows you to get more stuff into that carry-on? Condé Nast Traveler did a thoroughly unscientific test, and produced a
The big push by US based airlines to become more like European budget airlines makes air travel even more confusing. Depending on the type of ticket you purchase, you may not be able to bring a carry-on to put in the overhead bins at all, unless you are willing to pay
By Ana Luisa Suarez I‘ve been flying on airplanes for nearly two decades, but only last year did I stop checking a bag and started exclusively using carry-on luggage. (more…)
How to Pack a Carry-On Bag to Avoid Checking a Bag By SHIVANI VORA Why bother with the hassle of checked luggage when it’s possible to travel to any destination with only a carry-on? At least that’s what Anne McAlpin, a packing expert and the author of the book “Pack It Up: