"Colleen, a US-based family travel presenter, has taken to TikTok..."
"Colleen's top tip was to keep 'little surprises' in your bags which can be brought out at a moment's notice."
"'I buy [airline tickets] and then set a Google alert for that same flight,' said Colleen Kelly, host at PBS Family Travel with Colleen Kelly. 'If the price goes down, I can call the airline and they will refund the difference...'"
"'Prices will always be higher around holidays,' Kelly told us, 'and airlines will raise prices when they know people want to travel. If you can go off-season or during a non-holiday month, you have a better chance of saving money.'"
"'Also, even if you feed the teens at the airport prior to the flight, which we do, they always seem to be hungry a couple of hours later,' Kelly says."
"Travel expert Colleen Kelly is here to say a trip through the airport doesn't have to be a headache. With her top tips, you can skip the hassle and glide to your destination with ease."
"Colleen Kelly, travel expert and host of PBS’s Family Travel with Colleen Kelly and Chicago radio’s Round Trip with Colleen Kelly, shares her top destinations for all types of family travelers looking to get away this holiday season."
"'The cheapest days of the week to fly are Wednesday and Thursday, as most business travelers fly out on Monday and most folks are either returning home by Friday from a business trip or flying out on Friday for a getaway,' said Colleen Kelly, travel expert and host of the PBS series 'Family Travel With
"Filming for 18 months across the country and the world, Kelly’s show, “Family Travel with Colleen Kelly” was a hit as it aired to 94% of the PBS stations across the country, giving Kelly's show a national syndication."
"Colleen Kelly, host of PBS’s Family Travel with Colleen Kelly, is sharing her favorite travel hotspots for fall with five destinations for all different types of travelers. Accommodations for, flights to, and activities at all of the destinations are available at a discount for Colleen Kelly Travel Club members – all bookable on one convenient
"I was told by one network that women don’t watch travel shows, so the concept of family travel didn’t appeal to them. I then sent thousands of emails to television stations. Nothing worked. Finally, my mother suggested I call the local PBS station. I googled the head of programming, called him (no emails) and got
"About 12 years ago, Kelly was working for a local show on NBC as a correspondent. With two young daughters, she was looking for content about family travel, but there wasn't much out there. She decided to create her own show. PBS liked her pitch. "