How to Protect Your Phone from Hackers (And Other Bad Stuff) When You Travel

By Frommer's Editors

We asked a travel tech expert for the lowdown on the apps to download and security features to enable so that your favorite carry-on device stays useful—and safe from prying eyes—while you're on the road.

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The 10 Best (and Worst) Airfare Search Sites

Frommer's put OTAs and aggregators to the test—which websites find cheap flights with the best user interface?
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Emirates Airline's Decision to Cancel Flights to the United States Because of Administration Policies Will Reduce Income and Jobs Here

By Arthur Frommer

A sharp reduction in foreign tourism will do far more economic harm than can be offset by corporations adding American jobs here and there.

Media Stories About the Violent Removal of a Passenger from His Flight Have Overlooked Important Considerations

By Arthur Frommer

Arthur Frommer weighs in on airline overbooking—and why passengers should be compensated a lot more.

An Undoubted Reduction in the Level of Transatlantic Airfares is Currently Underway

By Arthur Frommer

Getting to Europe from America is now cheaper than it has been in years, says Arthur Frommer—but the reasons behind the new reality are not all positive.

How to Protect Your Computer from Airlines and Hotels That Snoop on You

By Jason Cochran

It's called dynamic pricing, and it's how companies can offer you different rates based on who you are and what you're in the market for. Here's how to set your computer to get around it.

Everything You Need to Know About 'Basic Economy' Fares

By Zac Thompson

Delta, United, and American have all introduced a new class of low, no-frills airfares. But they come with so many fees and restrictions, customers need to know what they're in for.

Despite Fierce Opposition from U.S. Air Carriers, Norwegian Air Has Received Permission to Radically Slash Airfares Across the Atlantic

By Arthur Frommer

Norwegian Air is about to introduce some healthy competition on transatlantic flights, making travel a lot easier and cheaper for many more Americans.

In a Dramatic and Somewhat Unexpected Change, Lines at Airport Security Gates Have Greatly Shortened, Easing the Process of Checking in for a Flight

By Arthur Frommer

After doomsday headlines about endless security lines last summer, airport screenings have gotten downright speedy. Do we owe the TSA an apology?

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The Travel Trends That Will Shape Your Next Vacation

The world is changing rapidly. How will these shifts affect your travels in 2017? Read on.