Ned Levi tells his story of a United Airlines flight leaving Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE), in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for the US, and the trouble encountered at check-in, security, and gate rescreening. It’s a story of absurdity, surreal circumstances, crazy security, and airline officials gone mad.
Superstorm Sandy stranded countless travelers in the northeastern area of the US, which points to the need for all travelers to have an emergency kit. Ned Levi has information for you to create an emergency kit for travelers with his list of his top 15 traveler emergency kit basics.
Without a knowledge of history and cultures, can travel be more than merely looking at snapshots of places and things that can be just as easily and often better seen in videos and photos?
Sometimes parents have little choice, but to send their children to a distant location via airplane, alone, unaccompanied by a parent or other relative. Ned Levi follows up his column about serious problems of Chloe Boyce’s Southwest Airlines trip, unaccompanied by her mother, with information and suggestions about sending your child on a plane flight alone.
Airport food and healthy don’t seem to go together. But these days, the healthy offerings are getting better and more and more outlets are providing at least some healthy choices on their menus.
Last week Ned Levi discussed healthy tips for travelers when flying. This week Ned is back with more healthy tips concerning food while flying, “airline carrier colds,” ear pain, and the infamous “aircraft infection zone.”
SFO to reopen up-to-date T2 terminal, Titanic anniversary voyage doubled, five great food and wine festivals
Karen Fawcett notes that French food has been honored with UNESCO’s cultural heritage designation. Are they going too far?
JetBlue, ViaSat in highspeed broadband deal, Boeing blames suppliers for 787 delays,
Chicago gourmet festival kicks off