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Most U.S. airlines prohibit photographing the flight crew or other passengers.
Passengers say they are increasingly subject to additional fees to secure seating they need.
Glasses, wallets and more now come with Bluetooth technology that makes them harder for travelers to lose.
The average seat pitch has shrunk from 35 inches in the 1960s to about 31 inches today.
Instant-messaging apps offer customers a way to get personalized help more quickly.
The newest alternatives include hybrid ride sharing services, flexible ownership platforms and courtesy car services.
You can avoid hassles by understanding what your rights are when an airline loses your bag.
Sometimes, not even a calamity is enough to ensure that you’ll get your money back promptly.
Consumers question now-you-see-it-now-you-don’t ticket prices.
The Post's travel writers and editors discuss your travel stories, questions, gripes and more.