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Tips and tricks for navigating holiday travel without becoming a total Scrooge




Los Angeles International Airport is seen during National Landmarks Illuminated Across U.S.
Los Angeles International Airport is seen during National Landmarks Illuminated Across U.S.
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It’s hard to deny that holiday travel is a pain.

Roads are jammed, airports are busy, security lines are long, and all you want to do is get where you’re going so you can start celebrating with your family and friends.

It’s almost enough to make you second guess even leaving your house during the holiday season.

In the hopes of helping you get through your holiday travel plans without going completely insane, we’ve enlisted the help of the folks over at Travelers United, who just put out their 2015 Holiday Travel Guide.

Charlie Leocha is the group’s co-founder and chairman, he joins Larry on AirTalk today to share his best advice for getting through holiday travel and the results of a new study they’ve published about the hidden fees you might be paying for hotels when you shop on comparison sites.

Guest:

Charlie Leocha, chairman and co-founder of Travelers United, a nonprofit consumer travel organization