As you know by now, I love exploring my home country of America. I believe we have one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. What you may not know is I equally love trotting the globe!
Flying with children has never been easy. You’ve got to carry more bags, deal with more interruptions, and suffer the annoyed glares from your fellow passengers when your toddler decides to throw a full volume fit at 35,000 feet.
Who doesn’t love a good airline deal? With fuel prices skyrocketing and flights getting canceled daily, the idea of an all-you-can-fly pass is incredibly enticing. That’s why, when we saw Frontier Airlines was offering a Summer Pass - their GoWild! All-You-Can-Fly Summer Pass, to be exact - we were highly intrigued.
What a week this is going to be! What a week to be alive! Wow! I may have had too much coffee. Nevertheless, Mike D. from Rochester, NY wrote me a short email asking me to explain the difference between United Airlines and Spirit Airlines. No problem…where do I begin?
From time to time, people ask me what I think about when I'm flying. The answer may surprise you. When I fly, I look out the window and see nothing but possibilities. This video attempts to demonstrate my point.
Get ready to explore a gorgeous part of the United States! Erik and the crew start at Lake Tahoe and work their way south to Yosemite National Park. Outdoor recreation and panning for gold are part of the fun!
Bored flyers rejoice! So, Delta airlines will offer free WiFi on most flights! This is one of the things that Delta is good at, making consumer-friendly operational decisions. Who, in their right mind, could argue AGAINST free WiFi? Nobody.
It’s time to talk about the industry we love to hate… commercial airlines - or as I like to call it, the world’s collective punching bag! But I’d like you to help me change that. After all, the numbers don’t lie.
Are all airlines created equal? Well, yes and no. Yes, for the most part they safely fly people, pets and cargo to places all over the world. No because ticket price has everything to do with fleet size, seat size, route schedule and amenities.