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The Very Real Reasons Why Travel Advisers are Life Savers

There’s no denying that Google has influenced the world of travel and hospitality. But it has also solidified the advantage of human interaction, especially when it comes to the investment of travel. According to Forbes Magazine, on average, “Americans spend 10 percent of their annual income on vacations.” That’s a lot of money! To get the most out of your investment and to protect it, travel advisers are life savers. Here’s why.

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Top Tips to Avoid Germs on Flights

For those of you who feel like an airplane is a giant petri dish, fear not! There are several measures you can take to prevent contracting a cold or flu.

So why are you about 113 times more likely to come down with a virus on an airplane than in your daily life? The main culprits are the large number of people in extra close quarters and the low cabin humidity on-board your flight. Cabin humidity usually wavers around or below ten percent, which leads to the drying of your nasal cavities and throat, leaving you more susceptible to colds.

So let’s talk solutions! How can you help protect yourself from yucky in-flight germs?

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10 Vacation-Worthy American Cities with Typically Cheaper Flights

For everyone who loves to fly to an awesome vacation spot with a small price tag (AKA everyone!), here’s a list of some of those places.

With average round trip economy ticket costs of less than 300 dollars, pack your bags now and head to one of these fun-packed US cities without breaking the bank!

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5 Justifications Why First Class Flying Might Be Worth the Money

Flying First Class certainly means opening up your wallet big time. Whether it’s an extra hundred dollars or an extra few thousand dollars, First Class travel is not cheap. Most people already cringe at the bill associated with a flight. So when is it actually worth the extra dollar-dropping to invest in a premium ticket to your destination?

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Stop Jet Lag for Good

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When you travel to a different time zone, it can become a challenge to adjust to the local time. Luckily there are many tricks you can try to prevent your body from struggling through jet lag.

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10 Ways to Help Protect Your Baggage

Most people spend a lot of time making packing decisions for their trips. Lost and delayed bags can really put wrench in your travel plans. There are some preventative measures you can take to help prevent baggage loss and delay. Here are ten ways you can help to protect your baggage.

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Are Miles and Points Covered By Travel Protection?

are miles and points covered by travel protection
You’ve earned your frequent flyer miles and reward points fair and square. It’s understandable that you may be concerned about losing them if your travel plans are disrupted. Can a travel protection plan cover this type of payment? Keep reading to learn more about different scenarios you might encounter and what  coverage may be available.

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Tips and Tricks for Air Travel

Tips and Tricks for Air Travel

Instead of dreading long travel days in airports, you can make the experience more comfortable by preparing in different ways. Here are some of the top tricks you might want to try the next time you fly.

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U.S. Travel ID Requirements Coming in 2018

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In an effort to make traveling even more secure, there will be new identification rules for air travel in the United States starting in 2018. If you don’t have the proper identification, you may be required to bring your passport even when you aren’t going international! For non-travelers, this probably won’t pose an issue. But if you plan to board an aircraft for a domestic flight, this may affect you.

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The Biggest Passport Mistakes

You’ve booked your next trip abroad! No matter how experienced of a traveler you are, sometimes mistakes happen. Here are some of the most common passport mistakes you should be sure to avoid before you leave.

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