Marc Stewart, The Points Guy

Marc Stewart

The Points Guy

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Past articles by Marc:

Why you should always visit a travel health clinic before heading abroad

Many university hospitals and other healthcare providers operate what are commonly known as travel clinics. These niche facilities are equipped with specialists who can advise you on everything from vaccinations to risks facing travelers in specific countries. → Read More

The fight for flights: How airports attract new airlines and new routes

A lot of things have to come together for a new flight to be launched — and there are even professional matchmakers who make it happen. → Read More

What the new Midfield Satellite Concourse at LAX will look like

Were' taking a look at the renderings of the newest addition to Los Angeles International Airport. → Read More

How Much Does It Cost to Fuel up an Airliner?

The amount of fuel an airliner needs — and thus the cost — depends on many factors, including aircraft type, weight and direction of travel. → Read More

#AvGeeks of Instagram: Industry Insiders Share Their Best Travel Tips

TPG asked some highly-visible airline veterans and newcomers about their careers, and of course, their best advice on everything from the best places to eat at the airport to tips for wrinkle-free packing to managing life in the air. → Read More

What You Need to Know About Biometric Privacy

Major airlines and government agencies are among those embracing new facial recognition technology and fingerprint scans to verify the identity of passengers, in place of traditional papers. → Read More

These Are the Best Gyms for Travelers

Selecting a gym to meet your travel needs can be as complicated as buying an airline ticket. The good news is there are plenty of easy options, domestically or abroad, for someone looking to lift weights, run or even take part in a boot camp or yoga class. → Read More

How to Navigate the Busiest US Airport Terminals This Summer

Here's how early passengers need to arrive prior to departure, plus innovative approaches that can be used to minimize wait times. → Read More

Just How Often is Your Aircraft Cleaned?

With record-setting passenger loads expected this summer, some flyers are discovering more than just packed planes. In some cases, they’re boarding aircraft only to be greeted by a mess, from crumbs on the seats to sticky, drink-stained tray tables. Despite the trash you may find lurking in the seat pocket, the nation’s airlines maintain there … → Read More

Why Daytime Flights to Europe May Help Fight Jet Lag

Treating your flight to Europe like a workday might be a good idea to fight jet lag. → Read More

Colorado gun owner group supports 3D gun plans while printers, others see problems

Instead of buying a gun made in a factory, Americans could soon have the option to manufacture their own weapon at home. → Read More

Affordable housing in need of innovation in Colorado as Carson tours site

Editor's Note: 'Our Colorado' stories help natives and newcomers navigate the challenges related to our rapidly growing state, including real estate and development, homelessness, transportation and more. To comment on this or other 360 stories, email us at See more 'Our Colorado' stories here. → Read More

Denver among the country's top 10 tech-rich cities

As Colorado evolves, so does Denver's reputation. A city once known as a "cow town" is now considered a destination for tech talent, and natural beauty is a big reason why. → Read More

The pros and cons of Colorado's growth

The growth in Our Colorado comes with pros and cons, and an unexpected side effect. → Read More

Labor shortage impacts Colorado restaurants and food industry

Restaurants and others in the food industry are having to make adjustments as the state of Colorado continues to see record-low unemployment. → Read More

Women are part of a growing political force at the Colorado legislature

"In Colorado, we were the first parliamentary body in the world to elect women," Democratic state representative Faith Winter of Westminster during an interview with Denver7 on Thursday. "When people were settling the state, it didn't matter who built the fences and held the water." → Read More

Singapore could help Colorado's water woes

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Colorado companies brace for Canadian tariffs

Colorado companies are bracing for increased production costs amid retaliatory tariffs imposed by the Canadian government. → Read More

Colorado reacts to President Trump's immigration policy shift to keep families together

Following widespread condemnation from around the globe after it was revealed that thousands of children - some just months old - had been separated from their families in the aftermath of the Trump administration's → Read More

Summer strike threat looms at Frontier Airlines; pilots say it's a last resort

The labor dispute between the pilots and Frontier Airlines has been a three-year saga. The pilots' union has asked the national mediation board to declare an impasse, clearing the way for a 30-day cooling off period. → Read More