Category: Airline Travel (page 2 of 3)

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

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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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Top 5 Items to Bring on Every Flight

Remaining comfortable and prepared while traveling is an important aspect to a stress free, enjoyable trip. We know it can sometimes be hard to get organized and remember everything you may need to feel comfortable along the way. Check out the top most important things to bring with you on each and every flight you take!
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International Business Travel Tips

Traveling for business and traveling for leisure are two very different experiences. Traveling for business alone can sometimes come with its own challenges, especially for those who are not used to it. On top of that, traveling internationally can also add a separate list of details that a traveler must be aware of. It can be stressful and we wanted to provide a few easy ways to make your business trip abroad run a little more smoothly.
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Top Tips for Avoiding Jet Lag

Jet lag is caused by traveling through several different time zones and having to operate on different schedules over a short period of time. Jet lag can take a toll on your immune system and cause you not only to become very tired but can also cause you to become sick. Becoming sick from jet lag is one of the biggest inconveniences when you are either traveling for business or pleasure and can ruin your entire trip. We wanted to provide you with some of the best ways to avoid the awful side effects of jet lag.
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How to Take Better Travel Photos

Take a minute to think back to your last vacation. While I’m sure a few great moments stick out in your head, it’s almost impossible to remember all of the amazing memories of a trip. Taking photos while traveling is one of the best ways to capture all of the great experiences you took part in and remind you of your trip whether it’s a month later or 10 years later. It can often be frustrating trying to capture the best images or even to remember to take them. Here are some tips on how to take better travel photos so you can remember your trip forever.
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Top Travel Trends of 2013

The official travel season has almost officially arrived and it’s time to look at some of the yearly travel trends that keep popping up across the travel industry.  Take a look at some of the newest and most popular trends you may run across in your travels of 2013.
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