A cushioned tablet/laptop sleeve, zippered side compartment, and the nylon laundry/shoe bag that it comes with mean you can stay super organized to take even more advantage of the space. I’ve used it for a weekend’s worth of clothes even when I need to bring a small spare pair of extra shoes along—and I’ve never been flagged by airport gate staff to measure it in the airline’s sizer. As an added bonus, this mid-size duffel looks super stylish and comes in an array of colors. … [Read more...] about 10 Best Personal Items for Spirit Airlines’ Baggage Limit
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The airport saw 541,942 passengers in July, 86,362 more than the same month last year, said Nerissa Sugars, Hollywood Burbank‘s manager of air service development, during a meeting of the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority on Sept. 23. … [Read more...] about Passenger numbers continue to rise at Hollywood Burbank Airport
According to McCorkle, the Garden spokeswoman, the arena has already begun altering the angle of some seats in the most affected areas in an effort to improve legroom — though some disgruntled fans have called for a return to the old seats or pricing more consistent with the less-than-roomy accommodations. … [Read more...] about At TD Garden, fans are feeling the squeeze
Surfboards can get big, to be sure. Longboards, which may run 9 feet or more, won’t fly with many carriers. But popular shortboards, commonly around 6 feet long, fall within the usual size limits for checked sports equipment. Although wider, they’re about the same length as alpine skis, which many airlines fly for free. Go figure. … [Read more...] about More for Your Money: Flying with a surfboard
Alternative airports: When you fly to or from a metro area with multiple airports—such as Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, or Washington—airlines consider all of the airports in the area to be equivalent, and you can book a replacement flight to/from any mix of the ones your airline serves. Some airlines also allow you to reschedule to/from different airports in the same region—Milwaukee for Chicago, for example, or Philadelphia for New York—without paying a change fee and a fare difference. From there they might cover alternative transportation like rail or bus. … [Read more...] about What Are My Rights in a Winter Storm Flight Cancellation?