Tag: flight

Flight Delay Secrets: Tips and Tricks Airlines Don’t Want You to Know

2024 has already proven to be a precarious year for airplane travel. In addition to regular snafus, like flight delays and trip cancellations, the Boeing 737 Max 9 fuselage blowout has left travelers feeling a little uneasy. That’s why, now more than ever, it’s especially important to know your rights as you navigate the friendly…

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Ditch checked bags, use these carry-on packing tips and essentials from the daughter of a flight attendant

Travel TikTok is full of informative, fun and aspirational videos ranging from ASMR sounds of clicks, compression and zips to helpful tips like how to easily and successfully pack just a carry-on to speed through the airport without checking luggage. Carry on luggage tips for traveling. STOCK PHOTO/Getty Images “My mom was a flight attendant…

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Things That Make You The Best Passenger, According To A Former Flight Attendant

This Opinion article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media. Travelling soon? There are a few things to keep in mind that will make you a standout passenger when it comes to flying. I worked as a flight…

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Canadian travel tips to keep airline luggage from going on a solo flight

The holiday season is a festive yet frantic time for many, especially if you’re travelling to meet up with family and friends. The days leading up to Christmas and New Year are among the busiest for airlines, and that can add to travel frustrations during the hustle and bustle. According to 1st Move International, around…

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Flight attendant shares why hotel guests should always throw a water bottle under the bed

Sign up to Simon Calder’s free travel email for expert advice and money-saving discounts Get Simon Calder’s Travel email A flight attendant has recommended that hotel guests throw a bottle under their beds when they enter their rooms in order to help check if anyone is hiding there. Esther Sturrus, who works for Dutch airline…

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