I’ve heard some really silly stuff from TSA employees lately, but this one about my The North Face pants really…
NOTE: I wrote this post Sunday while sitting in a hotel after a canceled flight. I’m in Chicago, fresh off…
After my brother lent his help in fixing my Subaru, TSA stopped him at a checkpoint and snagged his new wrenches. Is this really keeping us safe when we fly?
Asian airports – there’s nothing like them. They link cities like Seoul, Tokyo, Singapore, Hong Kong. They crackle with commerce and pulsate with cultural experiences in the making.
Air travel sucks and you know it. But only if you completely ignore what’s really happening. Sometimes, it takes a kid’s wisdom to remind us.
I recently left Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport for a trip to Denver. This was my first trip since the full-body scanners started making headlines – and it seems the TSA is inconsistent and ill-trained to use them.
During a recent flight from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, I had a reminder that the security screening processes are concocted by people who are disconnected from reality.
Here’s the answer to an increasingly popular question among traveling backpackers: Can you take military MRE rations on an airplane.
You have to be careful when getting ready for commercial air travel. Tedious and conflicting TSA regulations and airline policies make it hard to get straight answers on what you can pack. My question on military Meals, Ready to Eat packages is a perfect example.