Fear of flying is more common than you think. It hits one person in three. It can start due to a turbulent flight, but also for no apparent reason. NOT IN CONTROL The average age of onset is twenty-seven. That’s according to research at SOAR, Inc whose president, licensed therapist and retired airline captain Tom… Read more »
Category: Airline Seating
We landed in Prague on October 20th at around 10 o’clock in the morning. Upon arrival, a chauffeur from the Emblem Hotel was waiting for us at the exit holding a sign with our name. He was a very nice and attentive man who immediately carried our bags and put them in the car. The… Read more »
Whether you’re flying for business, leisure, or any other reason, it’s important to know how to stay healthy while traveling.
When we last wrote about the top 15 travel hacks you should know about, we planned to give you even more because there really are dozens more to share. There are so many ways you can manipulate your travel plans to fly more enjoyably and more efficiently.
Whether you travel the world for business or pleasure, or are a first-time traveler, your upcoming trip can be more fun and efficient when you know about the following 15 travel hacks.
Are you wondering how to choose an airplane seat? Contemplating what the best seat on an airplane is? Well, your comfort – and whatever else you’re thinking – are the only things that determine what a good seat is.
Have you been on an airplane and realized your laptop battery was dying. Then, when you went to charge it, you found out there was no plugs nearby or one that didn’t fit your charger? Our guide to laptop power ports on planes may save your day if you’ve got work to do on your… Read more »
During the past couple of years, air travelers have seen – and been in – some amazing new airplanes. These aircraft, such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the Airbus 350, offer innovative features throughout – including engines offering optimum fuel economy and cabins that were made to reduce jet lag.
Wondering how to get seat upgrades at the airport if you’ve only got a coach ticket? We’ve come up with a list of 10 ways to get upgraded on your next flight. And, while these tips may not work every time, they have bumped up many a passenger into a spacious first-class or business seat.
Flying economy – or coach – class is typically easiest on the pocketbook, but it’s not usually ideal when you want a comfortable airline seat.
If you’ve flown before, you know that there’s a certain, unwritten code of proper airplane conduct that makes for a more enjoyable flight for all.
The Airbus A380 is a jet airliner which has caught the imagination of travellers with its four engines, double-decking, and for being the world’s largest passenger aircraft totaling 6,000 square feet.
Indeed, few people or most often nobody outlives an airplane crash. And it is equally true that if a plane simply fall from the sky, there will be no one aboard to survive the crash. However, there are certain situation in which SAFETY FEATURES may help save lives.
Sometimes, when looking for a very good seat for your next flight, you may find out that you’re recommended to choose one that is located in the EXIT ROW. Exit rows seats would sometimes be suggested as good seats because they commonly have more legroom. However, roomines comes at a price since there are several… Read more »
When it comes to choosing your seat on the plane, I am absolutely sure that the number of those clamoring for a middle seat is pretty close to nil. Any traveler craves for the bit of INDEPENDENCE and SECLUSION of a window or aisle seat.