Monthly Archives: July 2007

Cheap Airline Booking Tips revisited

Via Jason Calcanis I just found a very thoughtful article by Nicole over at Mahalo with tips to booking cheap airline tickets. Unless you have a *lot more* time on your hands than I do I think some of these …

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Transportation Security Administration TSA

This is an OLD post.  For the latest on TSA Requirements CLICK HERE for TSA Travel Information —————– The TSA here in the USA has a very big job. They are charged with protecting the millions of travelers who travel …

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Yahoo FareChase offers good comparisons

I’m more familiar with Kayak.com and Orbitz.com for comparison hotel and airline ticket shopping but it looks like Yahoo’s FareChase offers a similar good selection of prices. That said it’s becoming harder to find *the best* price because it may …

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Airline Complaints up for UK Airlines

The Times of London is reporting that complaints are up for UK Airlines. These complaints often reflect customer demands for payment for expenses like food and lodging that happen when flights are delayed. It appears that above normal fog levels …

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Indianapolis Airport Improvements underway

Major improvements are underway in Indianapolis where a new billion dollar passenger terminal is bringing new hotels and other development to the airport neighborhood of Indianapolis. The IndyStar reports that Airport officials hope the new Indianapolis Airport will encourage more …

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4.4 Billion air trips in 2006 is a new record

Worldhum, via a Reuters report, notes that China travel is increasing the number of airplane trips per year dramatically. 4.4 billion air passengers flew in 2006, approaching an average of a trip per year per person on earch. Worldhum also …

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PHL Philadelphia International Airport

PHL Philadelphia serves the great Philadelphia area. There’s good information at the Philadelphia Airport website although some of it is buried or dead ends you at thin pages. Terminal MapsParking and drivingTransportationFlightsFood, Shopping Note that you can use SEPTA High …

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Seat Guru provides great airline seat info and diagrams

SeatGuru.com is a simple and clever site that provides seat information for most of the aircraft on almost all the major airlines. Clicking your airline and then the type of plane you’ll be on will get you detailed diagrams showing …

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Las Vegas Airport – LAS

Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airportis the key gateway to the city of Las Vegas, one of the world’s top travel destinations. For more about travel in the city of Las VegasThe McCarran website is a fairly good one as Airport …

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Vancouver Airport Relaxation Tips

Vancouver, B.C. is a gateway city to some of the most spectacular coast and mountain scenery in the world. Arlene over at About.com has some great tips about relaxing at the Vancouver Airport, including spas and a film screeening room. …

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