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We write a lot of articles over the course of a year, so choosing our favorites was no easy task. For this Top 10 list, we looked to you, our readers, for guidance. Here are the ones you loved, loved to hate, and couldn’t stop talking about.
Looking for a white-knuckle experience on your next flight? Make sure your itinerary includes one of these airports with challenging takeoffs or landings.
Whether you’re looking for a little romance, a chance to surf, or a family getaway, these towns should make the list for your next vacation.
Being an alert consumer can protect you and your wallet. Find out how to avoid these classic wallet-busters on your upcoming trip. Extra Credit: The Five Worst Travel Scams (and What to Do About Them) and Terrible Travel Scams and Ripoffs: Part Two
Spirit’s horrible fee for carry-on items got us thinking: Is it possible to vacation with only a 16x14x12-inch bag? The answer: Yes. Here’s how to do it.
By far the most commented story of the year. Nearly 600 people contributed their take on what may be the most contentious airplane etiquette question ever.
As it turned out, our readers wrote in with nearly 100 ways to make the medieval torture device (also known as a coach seat) a more restful experience. Extra Credit: Five Ways to Get Comfortable in a Tiny Airplane Seat
This was one of our more controversial articles, with nearly 300 comments agreeing (or disagreeing) with our choices.
With nearly 1,500 reader-submitted photos, our readers have Europe covered.
In addition to the five expert opinions featured in the story, more than 130 readers also weighed in how to resolve the ongoing security question.
The airlines’ mileage schemes are routinely referred to as rewards programs. But how rewarding are they? And how do they compare, rewards-wise?
What was your favorite story of 2010? What would you like to see in the coming year? Leave a message in the comments section below!
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