If you booked through a third-party site like Expedia, you might run into trouble bouncing back and forth between the airline and the booking site, as the Washington Post noted. You should read the refund policy on the terms and conditions of your itinerary and reach out to the third-party site before the airline. Airlines like United have change fees via third-party sites built into their contracts of carriage, so expect to pay a small fee, at the very least. … [Read more...] about What You Should Know About Canceling Flights to the Dominican Republic
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Why it’s against the “rules” Here’s a bit of good news. No, it isn’t illegal nor will you end up in airline jail—but it is written into several airlines’ contracts of carriage. This act is typically referred to as “back-to-back ticketing,” which is prohibited by most major airlines, including United and Delta. (For background, back-t0-back ticketing is also referred to as one form of “nested” ticketing or itineraries that overlap.) … [Read more...] about Is It Illegal to Book Back-to-Back Flights?
Star Trek is first and foremost a TV show and its ensemble based storytelling works better on the small screen than it does on a big one. That said, the films are an obvious entry point for newbies: They can work as a good introduction to the casts and their chemistry, if not the height of Star Trek storytelling. The original cast made six movies from 1979-1991. The general rule for these is that the even-numbered films are good while the odd-numbered films are bad. As such, Star Trek: The Motion Picture,Star Trek III: The Search For Spock, and Star Trek V: The Final Frontier are poorly paced entries, easily skipped (and whatever you do, don’t make the first motion picture your introduction to the franchise as it might put you off Star Trek forever). Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan is rightly considered the best Trek film. It uses an antagonist first introduced in the episode “Space Seed” and adjusts its storytelling for the big screen without losing its inherent … [Read more...] about Beam me up: A beginner’s guide to the