Blane Chocklett is known as a guide and fly designer and tier, but with his first book set to debut in Autumn of 2018, he is set to make his mark as a writer as well. In this recent interview, … more ?
Inspired by the bestselling kids book "I am Amelia Earhart" by Brad Meltzer and Chris Eliopoulos, this Lego set consists of the iconic pilot and her biplane.
? You probably read recently about United Airlines barring a woman and her emotional support peacock from boarding a flight. Those reports made me wonder what it might take to book a flight with an emotional support animal – a koala bear in this case – in the video above you can see what happened. Show More Summary
Time to book those flying lessons.
I’ve written in the past about JetSuite SuiteDeals program, where anyone can book their own private jet for as low as $89 per person! JetSuite charters flights on its fleet of Embraer Phenom 100s and Cessna Citation CJ3 jets to members and non-members alike. Show More Summary
Kate Angus of Augury Books and Joe Pan of Brooklyn Arts Press discuss the challenges and triumphs that come with running an indie press, and the recent decision to make Augury an imprint of BAP.
Google's flight booking service just added two updates that could make flying slightly less frustrating - or at least help you manage your expectations. More »
High risk, high reward. That's how I viewed my booking on Norwegian. They recently started serving Denver, Colorado (DEN) from London's Gatwick Airport (LGW) using their ever-expanding fleet of Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. The one-way,...Show More Summary
Although I fly several times per year, I’m not a sophisticated traveler. Many of my friends are top-notch travel hackers, but I’m just a beginner. Still, I’m getting better. On my recent trip to Florida, for instance, I booked both my initial hotel and my rental car using travel miles. Show More Summary
You can fly round-trip from LAX to Tokyo’s Narita airport for $659 round-trip, including all taxes and fees, on Singapore Airlines. The nice thing about this fare: The booking window is open until Dec. 31. The fare, of course, is subject to availability. It may be scarce during cherry blossom season...
Act fast and book travel from almost anywhere in the US to New Zealand for around $340 - ROUNDTRIP! This is a fantastic deal and won't last long so book now The post Incredible Deal! Fly To New Zealand From Almost Anywhere in the US for $340-ish! appeared first on Running with Miles.
Ends today at Midnight. Must travel between Feb 6th and March 14th. Alaska periodically promotes 24 hour Flash Sales, and today is one of those times. You need to book today and fly between 2/6 and 3/14 in order to qualify. One way fares start at $39. Show More Summary
Turkish Airlines flies to more countries than any other airline in the world, and they also consistently have among the best fares out there, both in economy and business class. They have a lot of seats to fill, so more often than not when I'm doing an airfare search between two markets, Turkish Airlines is among the cheapest. Show More Summary
Good morning everyone, happy Friday! By the time you read this post, I will be flying down to La Paz, Bolivia for the start of my Central / South America trip. A few weeks ago, I booked a flight for my brother to Maui, Hawaii. The...Show More Summary
Virgin Atlantic is offering a free place on its "Flying Without Fear" course for anyone who books a flight on January 9. If the course fails to cure a passenger's phobia of flying, it will even offer a full refund on the flight. Virgin...Show More Summary
Every day of the week, deal websites like The Flight Deal and Secret Flying roll out one crazy airfare sale after another. While the deals vary in terms of where they go and how much they cost, the setup is always the same: Be willing to fly on specific dates and at specific times and you can save...
Michael Wolff's controversial new book on the Trump administration, "Fire and Fury," is so far flying off shelves. I saw some of the pandemonium firsthand at a Manhattan Barnes & Noble. After hearing the news that Michael Wolff's new...Show More Summary
I read this book on December 31, mostly while flying home from a family vacation. In some ways, it was exactly what I needed to read when I most needed to read it, and in other ways it was somewhat forgettable. I tried to explain to my husband over dinner what the book was about and why I’d enjoyed it, and I had a hard time describing the details. Show More Summary
Every day seems to bring a new unfavorable Trump-related “bombshell” report — at a time when a bombshell book is flying off the shelves at bookstores and has zoomed to the top of the Amazon.com bestsellers list. Some are calling the New York Times’ latest a “game changer” (when every day seems to bring anew [...]Show More Summary
It’s that time of year again. The airwaves are full of ads for weight-loss programs; gyms are offering discounted annual memberships; and self-help books are flying off the shelves. Me? I’m not a huge fan of New Year’s resolutions. I’ve never really understood the desire to spend the last night of the year making solemn […]