Traveling in Style

Is First Class Worth the Price

We hear a lot about airlines upping their game in first class these days, adding lie-flat beds, luxurious sleep kits and other amenities. And yet a friend of FareCompare told us about a recent first class domestic flight that “wasn’t special and wasn’t worth the money.” Is First Class Worth… Read More

JetBlue to Add First Class Service on Cross-Country Flights in 2014

JetBlue, the popular low-cost carrier with a single class will be changing next year as the New York-based airline introduces “transcontinental premium service.” Translation: Roomy, lie-flat seats on some coast-to-coast flights. To see what this will look like, check out the video below. JetBlue – best airline in America? JetBlue Seeks… Read More

What Does it Take to Become a Five Star Hotel?

Forbes has just released its latest constellation-laden list of luxury accommodations and there are 27 new five star hotels, plus 75 less-exalted four star winners. See a sample room price at the end. At least you can find a cheap flight to these expensive hotels 27 New Five Star Hotels… Read More


Published: February 27, 2013

Passengers on Planes: iPads vs. Laptops

What do airline passengers really want? Information. How do they want it? According to a survey from FlightView, travelers want to access info electronically on a personal device. And which personal device is a tale of changing tastes and technology. Study: Do We Need to Turn Devices Off? Smartphones Supreme… Read More


Published: September 11, 2012