Check to See If Your Upcoming Flight is Cheaper Now Due to Coronavirus

If you have a flight coming up soon, then you might be considering rebooking it. An airplane obviously isn’t the most ideal place to be right now given coronavirus concerns. While rebooking your flight might give you some peace of mind, it can also help you save some cash.

Source: Check to See If Your Upcoming Flight is Cheaper Now Due to Coronavirus

This Guy’s Taken Over 10,000 Flights. To Get the Best Service, He Tells Flight Attendants A Little White Lie

Stuker also revealed his go-to tip getting great service. At the beginning of the flight, he tells the flight attendant:

“I think I've flown with you before and if that was you, I don't think I had time to say thank you, you were great.”

Source: This Guy's Taken Over 10,000 Flights. To Get the Best Service, He Tells Flight Attendants A Little White Lie | Inc.com

Move over SeaTac: Flights from Paine Field in Everett are as low as $39

If you live on the north end, I have some very good news to share – travel to and from the airport just got a lot easier! When in comes to domestic air travel, no longer do you have to trek through Seattle to SeaTac International Airport. Now, you have the opportunity to book flights that leave directly from Paine Field in Everett. Also known as Snohomish County Airport, Paine Field is now home to a number of nonstop flights thanks to Alaska Airlines and United Airlines.

Source: Move over SeaTac: Flights from Paine Field in Everett are as low as $39 | Seattle Refined

How to Quit Your Job and Travel the World, According to People Who Have Done It | Travel + Leisure

Psssst — hey, you. Yeah, you. The one discreetly clicking on this article at work while your boss sits inches away. We know your secret: You're itching to drop everything and book a one-way ticket across the world.

We're not judging. In fact, we support you. At Travel + Leisure, we talk to people all the time who ditched the 9-to-5 grind in favor of full-time globetrotting to get their tips and tricks for making it work.

From food and adventure-loving couples who cut ties with their home base after the wedding to record-breaking solo travelers and parents who believe in “world-schooling” their kids, we've rounded up some of the best advice we've received so you might finally be inspired to make your dream a reality.

Read the full article here.


Source: http://www.travelandleisure.com/travel-tips/how-to-quit-job-and-travel published on 19 Apr, 2017 by Nina Ruggiero

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