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Armrests and overhead bins are among the points of contention in ever-shrinking cabins.
Travelers who feel exploited are more likely to help themselves to in-flight amenities.
Without the correct equipment, gadgets blow up when you cross the border. But they don’t have to.
Experience is the best teacher — in the meantime, here are five steps to becoming a savvy traveler.
The practice of quoting an initial, low rate but then adding taxes, fees and other charges, can confuse consumers.
It’s important to have and understand your insurance coverage when something goes wrong.
Tipping comes up for debate — again — as recent legislation highlights low server wages.
Therapy, exercise and stress reduction can help anxious travelers stay calm.
With added fees more confusing than ever, will new legislation mean standard disclosures for travelers?
The Post's travel writers and editors discuss your travel stories, questions, gripes and more.