Archive for the ‘Jetsetting How-To’ Category

Flying Private

01Sep13
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For flying and travel enthusiasts, and depending on whether or not you can afford it, flying private is either the only way to travel or a once in a lifetime opportunity. The problem is once you’ve had a taste of private jets, you really don’t want to go back to commercial, especially since service on [...]


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Booking last minute travel can sometimes have its advantages like the 20% off you can get from some of The Leading Hotels of the World, not a bad way to live in luxury for less! Have a great trip!


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The travel industry is making a strong comeback – tourism is on the rise and new travel trends are appearing around the world. One industry organization, the U.S. Travel Association, forecasts that spending on leisure travel will increase to $519.6 billion this year in the United States, from around $489 billion in 2009. HOW DO [...]


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Frequent flyer miles are supposed to earn you free flights – that’s what those loyalty points are for, right? Now think about how many times you’ve actually been able to take advantage of those free flights. Here’s a look at why they’re are so hard to get and how you can maximize those miles: If [...]


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As exciting as frequent flying can be, there are some downsides, mainly jet lag. I asked frequent flyer Keith McNamara, CEO of LandRoller, Inc. what method he uses -  “I think try to get up reasonably early and stay up all day (no naps). Or take a pill in the evening. Ambien works!” Jet lag [...]


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Having not traveled internationally in over a year, I seem to have forgotten a few vital aspects of it all. I thought these tips would be useful to those who haven’t traveled in a while, as well as to globetrotting newcomers. I am writing this coming from the US and traveling to Europe, but it [...]



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