Category: Airline Travel (page 2 of 4)

How to Breeze Through Airport Security

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Going through the security checkpoint at the airport can be a hassle. It doesn’t have to be a stressful experience if you’re prepared for it. Some airports may be stricter than others, so it’s better to be over prepared. Here are some tips to help you get through security as easily as possible.

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2016 Travel Trends

Each year we try to find what the most popular travel trends will be for the upcoming year. Luckily, most of the trends this year are going to be favorable to travelers. Check out what travel trends we’ve uncovered for 2016 and start thinking about where you want to take a trip this year!
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How to Survive a 10+ Hour Flight


No matter how much you prepare, being stuck on a long flight is going to come with some uncomfortable moments along the way. A little bit of planning before you leave can make a huge difference in your travel experience. Arriving to your destination feeling your best is an important part of starting your trip, so here are a few tips that will help you survive that flight across the world!
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10 Tips for Finding the Best Airfare

One of the largest and most essential expenses of any trip is the flight. It’s important for most people to find the lowest fare possible to keep travel costs low. To find the cheapest flight you need to be patient and flexible. Luckily there are some tricks to finding the best deal!
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Extraordinary Airports Around the World

Have you ever been delayed at an airport and had nothing to do but wait? Airports around the world are becoming more accommodating and enjoyable for travelers. Several airports have practically become travel destinations themselves because they’re so entertaining. Check out how these airports around the world are breaking the status quo to make your airport experience not only bearable, but fun!
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What To Do If Your Airline Goes Bankrupt

AIf your airline goes bankrupt_Many of us tend to overlook the possibility of an airline company having financial difficulties forcing them to announce bankruptcy and end any future travel plans to their customers.  Delta, Northwest, United, US Airways, and now, American, have all filed for bankruptcy over the past decade. It is important to expect the unexpected and to always be prepared for anything that could potentially disrupt your travel plans and cost you your money without your control.  We wanted to provide travelers with some tips to follow in order to make sure you protect your travel investments!
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The 411 on the 3-1-1 Liquids Rule


With the rules and regulations of airport travel changing frequently in order to keep travelers safe, it can sometimes get tricky knowing what is and isn’t allowed in your bags. The United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) implements air-travel regulations which all airlines and passengers must follow at all times. To ensure safety, the TSA has placed strict rules on the volume and type of liquids allowed on an airplane. Here are the main rules for liquids so you can get through the airport’s security checkpoint quickly, and avoid having your toiletries and other liquids confiscated all together!

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Travel Hacks for Your Next Vacation

Copy of T ravel hacks-1With long weekends and holidays arriving within the next few months, we found some of the top travel hacks that will ensure smooth sailing from beginning to end.  Check out these quick tips for making your life a bit easier on that next trip!
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How to Survive a Flight Delay

At the last minute, a trip you planned months ahead of time can be delayed due to some unforeseen circumstances such as inclement weather, an accident, or losing some of your most important personal belongings. Avoiding these mishaps is sometimes impossible, but that doesn’t mean you have to be stuck in an airport and miserable with no place to go and nothing to eat. Being delayed is not only stressful, but can also be expensive when you are thrown off track and often have to make arrangements you wouldn’t have otherwise had to such as meals, accommodations and alternative transportation costs. Luckily, trip delay travel coverage can save the day and provide the opportunity to be reimbursed up to a certain percentage of unexpected costs you end up paying for when your trip has been delayed.
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Travel Trends for 2014

Overall, 2013 was a great year for the travel industry with a higher average of travelers and much more interest for individuals getting back out there to explore the world. With technology quickly evolving, 2013 was a year that introduced and reinvented the way we travel from the way we book, way we travel, to the way we order room service. Now that we have entered 2014, the travel industry is already looking promising and is guaranteed to continue bringing us fabulous new improvements. Here are a few of the biggest travel trends to keep your eyes out for during 2014!
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