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How to File Airline Complaints

July 26th, 2009

If you have ever been inconvenienced by overbooked flights, poor onboard airline service, or unreasonably long flight delays, then you should know how to properly voice your complaints to the read more

What Are the Symptoms of Jetlag?

July 28th, 2009

Overcoming jet lag is not very difficult if you travel perhaps just once or twice a year for an occasional business trip or holiday. However, for frequent long-haul fliers, jet lag can bring harm read more

JetBlue Flexible Search Tips

October 30th, 2009

Like other airlines, JetBlue offers a flexible search tool on its website to help you secure the best possible rate on airfare. To take advantage of this tool, follow these instructions: Log on to read more

Flexible Travel Dates Mean Cheaper Fares to Asia

July 25th, 2009

If you want to get the best deals on cheap airfares to Asian destinations, then you should be flexible with your travel plans. This means that you should actually plan your vacation around departure read more

SkyTeam Alliance

October 30th, 2009

SkyTeam Alliance is the world’s second-largest airline alliance and has four carriers coming from four continents. The alliance, which strives to live up to its slogan “Caring more about you,” read more

Allegiant Air Flexible Search Tips

October 30th, 2009

Allegiant Air offers you a smooth and affordable air fare package and flies to more than 75 major American cities. This low-cost carrier flies to Mexico and Canada, too. To get the full flexible read more

Break the Subculture Codes for Tipping Etiquette

July 27th, 2009

Legend has it that the term “tip” was first coined by a restaurant owner as an acronym for “To Insure Promptness.” The label was put on a box placed on his counter. In that spirit, tipping read more

How to Use Priceline on Airfare and Hotel Reservations

August 28th, 2009

How to Use Priceline on Airfare and Hotel Reservations Name how much you are willing to pay and someone will do the work of finding out what you can get for the price you want. No more haggling, no read more

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