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Traveling through These Airports? Don't Connect to Their Public Wi-Fi

 MIA TAYLOR / JULY 19, 2018

You may want to think twice before using the Wi-Fi at San Diego International Airport...

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Ten Tips To Protect Your ID When Traveling

by Paige Schaffer / January 20, 2017

Whether a globetrotting adventure, dream destination or quiet beach getaway, nothing is quite as exhilarating as travel. The chance to discover new places, reconnect with our soul, or create new memories with friends and family is one of the best things in life. 

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Which Airline Serves the Healthiest Food?


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DOT Forgoes Ancillary Fee Transparency

The Department of Transportation (DOT) has decided to kill two rules changes that ASTA had been seeking in regards to ancillary fees.

The DOT has officially withdrawn the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRMs) for both the Ancillary Airline Passenger Revenues and the Transparency of ...

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Here is an article from afar magazine that does good job of explaining about the different type of travel insurance. As you can see credit card companies have their own programs and varying benefits.  Travel Guard and Travelex policies are the companies we sell. Just beware that we cannot offer opinions on the credit card insurances. There are just to many variables.

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United Airlines becomes latest carrier to put economy passengers in rows of ten seats

From So Random, a Flipboard magazine by Kimanh Doan

If you hate the middle seat on a plane, you probably won’t like the new seat configuration on United Airlines…

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Expedia to Investigate Scam Allegations Amid Lawsuit

SEPTEMBER 01, 2016 - TravelPulse.com
This is something Travel Center, Inc. does not do!

Federal government issues new consumer protection airline rules

The US Department of Transportation has announced new consumer protection measures for airlines. "On the whole, the latest round of DOT consumer protection rules will benefit the flying public and the travel agency community who serves them. At the same time, we are disappointed that DOT is further delaying regulation on the disclosure of fees for basic ancillary services at all points of sale," ASTA President Zane Kerby said.

TravelPulse (10/19)