Travel writer and columnist

Christopher Muther

Christopher Muther is a travel writer and columnist for the Boston Globe, covering everything from local haunts to global destinations and travel trends. Previous to writing about travel, the University of Massachusetts graduate covered fashion and style for the G section of the Globe and served as an adjunct professor at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

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CHRISTOPHER MUTHER

Last call: It’s time for airlines to limit in-flight alcohol sales

By , Globe Staff

I’m about to become the most unpopular travel writer in Boston by suggesting this, but it’s time for airlines to enforce a limit of two drinks per passenger, per flight.

CHRISTOPHER MUTHER

Can the government finally stop airline seats from shrinking?

By , Globe Staff

A new bill will require the FAA to establish minimum seat sizes, but can it free beleaguered passengers from cramped seats?

CHRISTOPHER MUTHER

Royal and romantic, Portugal’s palaces and castles are much more than Disney for adults

By , Globe Staff

Sintra, a 30-minute drive from Lisbon, has its own microclimate, its own delicious pastry treats, and seven dramatic hills with palaces sprouting from them.

In a J.D. Power survey, travelers rank Logan among the worst big airports in US

By , Globe Staff

In a study of airports of comparable size, the J.D. Power study found that Logan came in 16th out of 19 airports. But travelers seem to love what Orlando and Las Vegas airports have to offer.