Eight Observations About Travel That May Be of Use for Your Next Vacation

By Arthur Frommer

Quick thoughts on Airbnb, Disneyland, airlines, Cuba, Washington's National Museum of African American History and Culture, and other recent travel developments

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Is This the End of Air Passenger Bumping?

By Pauline Frommer

United Airlines' test of a new program could solve one of the biggest problems the airline industry has created for itself.

Proposals to Privatize Air Traffic Control Are Based on Ideology, Not Practicality

By Arthur Frommer

The Trump Administration wants to put air traffic control in the hands of a private corporation. Should that worry you?

A moment of silence, please, for what we lost to progress.

Travel Joys and Miseries Millennials Will Never Know

The act of travel has changed radically in the decades that Frommer's has been publishing. Here's a look back on all the things that used to be commonplace that are now just anthropology of travels past.

How to Protect Your Phone from Hackers (And Other Bad Stuff) When You Travel

By Frommer's Editors

We asked a travel tech expert for the lowdown on the apps to download and security features to enable so that your favorite carry-on device stays useful—and safe from prying eyes—while you're on the road.

Searching OTAs and aggregators

The 10 Best (and Worst) Airfare Search Sites

Frommer's put OTAs and aggregators to the test—which websites find cheap flights with the best user interface?

Emirates Airline's Decision to Cancel Flights to the United States Because of Administration Policies Will Reduce Income and Jobs Here

By Arthur Frommer

A sharp reduction in foreign tourism will do far more economic harm than can be offset by corporations adding American jobs here and there.

Media Stories About the Violent Removal of a Passenger from His Flight Have Overlooked Important Considerations

By Arthur Frommer

Arthur Frommer weighs in on airline overbooking—and why passengers should be compensated a lot more.