Travel News for February 22nd 2010 through February 23rd 2010

Bringing you what’s new in travel for February 22nd 2010 through February 23rd 2010:

  • The airlines and a la carte passenger anger – Brad Tuttle recently posted this on This Just In… Newsweek's Travel Blog:

    Baggage fees and other nickel-and-dime strategies may net airlines some short-term revenues. But at what cost? There's no doubt that such practices are annoying the heck out of customers.

  • Book Airline Flights Past Your Destination for Cheaper Fares – Lifehacker's Whitson Gordon just posted this article:

    Searching for the best price for a plane ticket is a never-ending struggle, but reader jeff.niblett writes in with a potentially money-saving tip that even frequent fliers may not be aware of: Book longer trips with layovers in your actual destination city. …

    Read the rest at Lifehacker

  • Top 10 Ways to Stay Healthy on a CruiseSmarter Travel has posted some info about sniffles: These simple precautions will ensure you enjoy your cruise from start to finish, without any sniffles or stomach aches to slow you down. Find out when and when not to drink water, how to fight seasickness, and why you should take the stairs.

    Head over to www.smartertravel.com to read the whole article.

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