10 Things to do on a Long Flight

Long flights can be dreadful. Especially when Wi-Fi is down or the in-flight movies are less than appealing. You can always read a book, listen to music, or sleep, but for long flights, those three things can get old fast. Below are 10 productive things (well, except for number nine) you can do on a flight.

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By |March 26th, 2016|Travel Tips|16 Comments

First Class vs. Business Class: What’s the Difference

You’re finally boarding the plane, checking out your seatmates, and scouting for space in the overhead bin. But first, you have to shuffle through the premium cabins. You try not to notice the passengers’ mimosas, the plush seat cushions, or the oceans of legroom – but you can’t help but imagine how sweet it would […]

By |October 7th, 2015|Travel Tips|9 Comments

Headphones Guide: How to Choose Headphones to Meet your Travel Needs

Music on an iOS or Android device loses close to half of its audio fidelity when heard through inexpensive earbuds.  With the variety of products available in the online marketplace, selecting the best headphones for traveling can be tricky, especially for busy bees already trapped in meetings or airport terminals.

Professional audio engineers invest thousands of dollars […]

By |August 7th, 2015|Travel Tips|4 Comments

The Truth About Turbulence

We’ve all been on those flights when the seatbelt sign comes on and the turbulence starts. You look to the person next to you, you hold on tight to the armrest or you close your eyes to try and ignore it. But really, how dangerous can turbulence be? We’ve heard stories like the United Airlines […]

By |December 2nd, 2014|Travel Tips|1 Comment

How To: Get Sleep On An Airplane

We’ve all been there – stuck on a red-eye flight home after a long series of meetings. If you’re a seasoned traveler, you already know that it’s entirely possible to actually sleep, even in coach seating. It’s not great sleep, but it’s possible, nonetheless. For those who don’t know, here’s a helpful series of illustrations […]

By |August 29th, 2014|Travel Tips|9 Comments

Airlines Adopt Smaller Carry-On Allowances

Recently, major airlines including American, Delta, and United have adopted new maximum dimensions for their carry-on baggage allowances. The industry standard used to be 22in x 15in x 9in, but those have recently shrunk, according to George Hobica, founder of Airfarewatchdog.

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By |July 11th, 2014|Travel News|1 Comment
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