Airline Lobby and Trade Group Criticizes Proposed Airline Security Tax Hike

Airline Lobby and Trade Group Criticizes Proposed Airline Security Tax Hike

An airline trade group criticizes a lawmaker’s proposal to change the so-called Sept. 11 security fee from $2.50 for every… Read More »

U.S. Pentagon Iran Buildup Calls for Lasers, Spy-Plane Sensors

U.S. Pentagon Iran Buildup Calls for Lasers, Spy-Plane Sensors

The U.S. Central Command plans to bolster military capabilities against Iran by fielding new laser target-trackers for machine guns, enhanced… Read More »

TSA Adds PreCheck Screening at Washington and Chicago Airports

TSA Adds PreCheck Screening at Washington and Chicago Airports

The Transportation Security Administration continued to expand a faster security screening program for air travelers who voluntarily submit background information… Read More »

Two Brazilian Visitors Traveling in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula have been Abducted

Two Brazilian Visitors Traveling in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula have been Abducted

Egypt’s security sources say that two Brazilian visitors traveling through Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula on Sunday have been abducted after a… Read More »

Swiss Tourists Claim they Escaped from the Pakistani Taliban

Swiss Tourists Claim they Escaped from the Pakistani Taliban

Two Swiss tourists have been found safe and well after an eight-month ordeal as hostages of the Pakistani Taliban. Olivier… Read More »

Nepali Police Conducting Random Arrests to Avoid Anti-China Protests

Nepali Police Conducting Random Arrests to Avoid Anti-China Protests

According to eTN sources in Nepal, the Nepali police in Kathmandu were out in full force yesterday, randomly arresting common… Read More »

Seventeen US airports want TSA screeners gone

Seventeen US airports want TSA screeners gone

A Florida airport is pushing to join 16 other U.S. airports in opting out of Transportation Security Administration screening in… Read More »

Travel Tips – Alerts and Advice from the U.S. State Department

Travel Tips - Alerts and Advice from the U.S. State Department

International Travel The State Department’s Office of American Citizens Services and Crisis Management (ACS) administers the Consular Information Program, which… Read More »

Travel Tips – Filing a Formal Complaint

Travel Tips - Filing a Formal Complaint

If immediate relief is not possible, then the complaint will likely take days or weeks to resolve since you will… Read More »

Travel Tips – Visas, keeping the destination’s front door open

Travel Tips - Visas, keeping the destination’s front door open

A new year has begun. Across the world people are setting new dreams, new directions, new diets, new deliverables, and… Read More »