When I travel, I always have a sketchbook with me and I like doing small studies like this one in gouache.
Flying to Africa from North America can be a brutal two-day exercise. If there is a transit that begs for comfort and indulgence, this is it. My fr...
Why does a plane crash exert such a strong grip on our attention? Perhaps the answer is obvious, yet different crashes evoke such different kinds of stories, in terms of both media impact and more personal, emotional resonances.
If you thought your coach-class seat was just a little too cozy, those armrests just a little too soft, then you're in luck. Flying could get even less comfortable than before.
Turns out that -- even in a world where everybody coordinates their own vacation plans -- travel agents account for about one-third of the travel industry's revenue. Seriously, in 2014. Who knew.
I have learned over the years that the thing you really need for traveling with young children is an abundance of savvy. You have to plan for all eventualities, but in a smart and efficient way.
1. Colors, colors, colors! 2. It's full of history. Home of the first university, castle, cathedral and monastery in the new world! ...
If you're happy to travel with only a carry-on and an empty stomach, you won't find a better deal than Norwegian. Otherwise, it might be better to stick with the "frills" airlines over the "no frills" option.
The September 11 Security Fee will be increasing more than 100 percent on Monday, July 21, for domestic and international flights. This fee, which partially helps fund the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), was enacted in the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013.
Most airlines, because they're no longer required to have one, have eliminated Rule 240 from their contracts. But three carriers, surprisingly, still have one. Maybe they just haven't gotten around to striking it out.
(Photo: Getty Images/E+) Don't feel bad about forgetting to toss your bottled water before the airport security checkpoint. That's nothing compared...
By Gary Leff, Condé Nast Traveler If you've never missed a flight in your life, you're spending too much time in airports, says travel special...
Travel writer Joanna Goddard has spent more than her fair share of time finding clever ways to entertain her toddler and baby on a flight. You think you have it bad sitting in front of a screaming child? What about the parent trying desperately to ease the tension?
The first time I flew in an airplane, I was six. It was an Eastern Airlines flight from Miami to Newark, probably in a DC-8, but I can't say for sure.
This week I was sitting in the Denver airport waiting for my flight. All of a sudden a very large storm blew across the airport.
My husband is tall. Without heels, I don't reach his chest. That's right. He's lanky and has exceptionally and borderline-disproportionately long monkey arms, and no buttocks whatsoever. Just a flat leg-back connector. He's not big and tall. Just tall.