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Category: Airlines

What If I Get Bumped?

With the recent United Airlines incident where a confirmed passenger was forcibly pulled from his seat and dragged off the plane, many may wonder why it happened. Let me tell you why. United Airlines wanted the passenger’s confirmed seat back so they could give it to a United employee! Airlines, along with hotels, cruise lines, […]

What NOT To Do While Traveling

For every traveler out there, common sense sometimes goes out the window when vacation time hits. It’s easy to “be the tourist” when in a new environment, but doing so may devoid you of immersing yourself in a new culture or may just end up putting a target on your back for thieves. Here are […]

Getting Comfortable in Coach

You probably think getting comfortable in a coach airline seat is mission impossible and in some ways it probably is. It seems like airline seats were designed for Munchkins rather than real people. Here are some helpful suggestions of what you can do to make your trip at 30,000 feet more enjoyable. Get to the […]

12 Airport and Airline Etiquette Tips

For the benefit of your flight experience and for those around you, follow these 12 etiquette tips: Step away from the baggage carousel: By stepping a foot back, you avoid getting bumped with someone else’s luggage or bumping someone with your own. Not moving? Stay to the side: Don’t you hate it when you are […]

Larry’s Europe Planner

Europe is on your bucket to visit and re-visit. Follow my Europe planning suggestions and you will save time, save money, and enhance your vacation experience. When? When will you be traveling? Prices and availability of places to visit and attractions vary by season. What? What do you want to see? The first thing you […]

“Airline prices are always subject to change…”

If you aren’t sweating yet, let me give you a reason to. A few well-known airlines such as American, Delta, and United, have increased their domestic pricing structure. This means that some “multi-segment itineraries now cost a significantly higher amount when they are presented as a single ticket rather than multiple one-way tickets,” said Zane […]

Flight Delays Due to Weather

Flight delays and cancellations can happen at any time of the year, but in winter, they are sometimes monumental.  And it may be sunny where you are; however, bad weather somewhere else could lead to a delay or cancellation at your airport.  Your plane, the crew scheduled to be on it, or an airport where […]

Why Today We are in the Golden Age of Flying

Many harken back to the period of about 1945 to 1975 as the “Golden Age of Flying.” I say, “au contraire” – today (right now) things are much better for fliers. Here are ten reasons why: 1. It’s way faster. In the 1940s, an average intercontinental flight had at least a 12 layovers in airpots […]

Things Not to Touch

Life is not a sanitary experience.  You are continually forced to be with hordes of humans with all types of coughs, colds and questionable hygiene habits.  If you are a “gemophobe,” you will want to carry a lot of antiseptic handy wipes with you, whether you go to the movies, a sports stadium, church or […]

Why You Should Always Book International Flights with a Travel Agent

Book that domestic ticket to Los Angeles on the internet.  Just remember to check all five airports in the area:  LAX, Long Beach, John Wayne in Orange County, Burbank and Ontario.  In fact, for any airline ticket to any city within the 48 contiguous United States, just do it yourself.  You can compare all airlines, […]

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