• Zika Virus – Travel Caution for Pregnant Women

    Update on July 18, 2016: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has concluded that the Zika Virus is a cause of microcephaly and other brain defects in some babies born to infected mothers.  The Zika Virus is also linked to Guillain-Barré syndrome which can possibly affect the nervous system of people (men and women… Continue Reading

  • Avoid Rookie Mistakes at Airport Security and Onboard Your Flight

    Many travelers experience apprehension and frustration when going through airport security. If you’re an infrequent traveler, that concern is heightened because you don’t know what to expect. By preparing yourself in advance, you can minimize this uncomfortable part of travel.  Airport security is an ever-changing aspect of travel. Being unaware of a security requirement does… Continue Reading

  • Can Travelers still use their Driver’s License for Identification at Airports?

    There have been questions about whether travelers can still present their driver’s license or state-issued ID at airports. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is still accepting these forms of identification from all states, however, be prepared for changes in 2016. In 2005, Congress enacted the REAL ID law that set standards for the issuance of… Continue Reading