You can never have too many power chargers and cords for your cell phone, especially when you’re traveling.  A few of these chargers cost a tad more than you might want to spend, but they definitely get the job done when the battery percentage hits...

Reclining Seat Controversy By Peter Greenberg Air rage seems to be front page news again, as news reports of in-the-air fights over airline seats (and reclining those seats) are popping up everywhere. One of the biggest sources for this growing frustration is the ever-shrinking seat itself. No,...

By: Roy Berger, MedjetAssist President/CEO That giant gasp of air you might have heard was only $3.4 billion being sucked out of the US travel economy. Yep, that's right, $3.4 billion! The domestic airlines are at it again. When all the whining is done, they can take...

By: John Gobbels, Medjet VP/COO In what would seem to be a major shift in procedures, the TSA is currently working on a system that would let “trusted travelers” keep their shoes on, leave laptops in bags and avoid the dreaded body scanners. Drawing from data from...

By: Roy Berger, MedjetAssist President/CEO I was just cleaning out some travel leftovers after the holiday season and came across these thoughts: -- TSA at the airport. Pat-downs vs. full body scanners: I'm at an airport almost every week. Been through my share of full body scanners...