Did you know the artwork on the tail of an airplane is called its livery? This logo is used as a branding tool to distinguish different airs from one another and in many cases are highly recognizable.
There is one thing about traveling that is unavoidable…. it costs money. So unless you have just won the lottery you will probably need to find work. The purpose of this article is to give you a good idea of our top 20 jobs that we think are the most suitable for travelers.
The times they are a changing. Remember the good old days where you could pack your suitcase full of clothes and other items, show up to the airport and be greeted by a friendly counter clerk who would check your luggage for your flight for free.
Today we ask the age-old question… how important is good service versus getting a cheap ticket? Recently I purchased a number of flights with the low-cost air Air Asia through their website.
This is likely an exercise in preaching to the choir but let’s face it; the traveling public desperately needs a lesson in common courtesy. There is something about flying that can turn ordinary people into inconsiderate passengers.
Air crews have their own inscrutable patois that can be difficult to decipher by outsiders. Below is a list of common terms one might hear while eavesdropping on an inter-crew confab or listening to a passenger announcement (but who does that these days?).
LAN Airs is currently running a fantastic competition and giving away a trip for two to the majestic Colombian city of Cartagena. That’s right, by entering the competition you could soon be soaking up the sun and exploring this historic walled city.
It is a well-known fact that you should never mess with the folks at airport security. Since 9/11 you can’t get away with the slightest je, just take a lo around any air check-in and you are sure to find a stern sounding sign advising not to pe fun about carrying weapons or drugs and the like.
With the cost of flights being such a large percentage of most people’s travel budget, we are constantly on the loout for deals to save a few dollars. Well, as of this week, a relative newcomer to the world of low-cost airs has been creating a buzz by announcing flights as low as $99 between the United States and Europe!
There are countless sensations and noises involved in the operation of an aircraft before, during, and after a flight. Modern airplanes are highly complex machines with an array of moving parts that make noise and have attendant sensations.