What is an On Time Departure

As a recent 20/20 investigation reports travelers and airlines often have very different ideas about what constitutes an on time departure.

Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan

Alaska Airlines serves 55 destinations between the US, Canada, and Mexico and offers competitive pricing in many of the popular markets especially on the West Coast.
The Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan rewards you with 500 bonus miles at signup. With your Mileage Plan account, your preferences are stored, which saves you time and it allows you […]

Jet Blue Baggage Restrictions, Luggage Charges and Carry on Luggage

Jet Blue is one of the most popular airlines in the United States. If you are going to fly Jet Blue, you need to make sure that you are aware of their baggage restrictions, luggage charges, and carry on policy. When it comes down to it, every airline has their own restrictions in these areas; […]

What is Virgin Atlantic’s Carry on Luggage Policy?

If you are flying Virgin Atlantic you need to be aware of the carry on luggage policy. Your restrictions will be based on the type of ticket that you have. For this reason, it is important to check your ticket and luggage before leaving for the airport. Upper class passengers are permitted to carry on […]

What are American Luggage Policies?

American updated their luggage policy in June 2008. If you are flying American it is important to know that they impose many fees, and have strict regulations when it comes to the size and weight of your luggage.

Aer Lingus Gold Circle Club

If you’re a frequent traveler on Aer Lingus airlines, consider joining the Gold Circle Club.
Sign up online and when you accumulate 2,400 points within a 12 month period you’ll qualify for Gold Circle Club membership. If you earn 4,800 points within a 12-month period, you become eligible for Prestige status. Garnering 8,400 points will entitle […]

The 3-1-1 of air travel

Frequent business travelers have airport security down to a science, but for people who only make the occasional trip, the Transportation Security Administration has published its 3-1-1 tips to help you understand the current security process.
Three stands for how many ounces of a liquid or gel you can bring on board. Transfer your liquids or […]

How to Avoid Being Stranded at the Airport

How to avoid being stranded in the airport, in the US, an increasing number of flights are canceled or delayed on a regular basis, this is a becoming a common problem more travelers have to face. This winter’s severe snowstorms caused thousands of flights to be canceled costing the airlines an estimated $150 million in losses, […]

An idea whose time has come: Drive-through check in

Starting in November, Virgin Atlantic is offering business class travelers to do a drive-through check-in at Heathrow Airport.
It works like this: The car that’s bringing you to the airport drives up a special ramp to the first floor area near Departures in Terminal 3. A host meets you, tags your luggage and checks you in […]

Singapore’s Changi Airport Gets Even Bigger

As a hub for flying between the northern hemisphere and Asia or Australia, Singapore’s Changi Airport has long been a major stopover for many travelers. And Changi Airport has often received great reviews for reliable service and a huge array of shopping and entertainment options for those long hours between flights. Changi Airport Terminal 3 […]

Arabian Airpass Takes You Around the Middle East

Ever-expanding airline Emirates has made its main hub of Dubai an increasingly popular stopover point for long-haul journeys between many continents. Now that Dubai is starting to become a recognized destination of its own, it seems that Emirates is ready to cash in on its routes to other countries in the Middle East region and […]

Become a Registered Traveler

If you’re a frequent flier, you may want to consider enrolling in a registered traveler program. The Transportation Security Administration and private industry developed the Registered Traveler program to provide expedited security screening for passengers who volunteer to undergo a threat assessment in order to confirm that they do not pose or are not suspected […]

New Armrest to Solve Passenger Conflict on Planes

I’m sure I’m not alone in this – you are trying to get comfortable in your seat on the plane, and the passenger next to you is hogging the armrest. You can’t even rest the edge of your arm there and get a whole lot less space than you deserve. Even worse, perhaps you’ve got […]

Airport Travel Tips

If you want to get through the airport faster and with more ease, use the following travel tips to help you breeze right through, saving both time and hassle.

Discounts on air travel

Small businesses have to travel to compete with the big guys, but they can’t always afford to pay like their competition. To level the playing field it’s essential to get as many discounts as you can, whenever you can. Use the following tips to get some discounts on your next business flight.

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Rich Emirates passengers can soon take showers

Flying is getting more comfortable by the minute, especially with the advent of the new A380 plane, slowly being rolled out across the world. The latest plan is that Emirates Airlines will include showers on its Airbus A380 planes to be used on long haul flights by first class passengers. Can you imagine being able […]

Singapore’s JetQuay terminal

Business travelers flying into Singapore’s Changi Airport can avoid the long queues at passport control at JetQuay, the terminal’s “elite gateway.”
JetQuay is basically a separate terminal for travelers who are CIP (Commercially Important Persons). For a fee of between S$150 and S$350 (around US$100 – $250), JetQuay offers three levels of service named Gateway, […]