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The shutdown is costing the tourism industry more than $100 million a day, an analysis says.
Lots of people drink while flying. It doesn’t always end well.
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When it comes to travel, small details and fleeting moments can make all the difference.
Computer-based language instruction is on the rise. Here’s what you need to know.
Twitter can be a good way to reach companies when you have a complaint — up to a point.
Industry watchers say DOT penalties — or the lack thereof — can be a bellwether for airline service.
Research weather patterns, employ relaxed change policies and never, ever check your bags.
Here’s how to avoid wishing you’d stayed ho-ho-home this season.
The Post's travel writers and editors discuss your travel stories, questions, gripes and more.