Holiday Airport Research: Four Areas To Know About Your Airport Before Seasonal Flying

You can plan ahead for your flight around the holidays by checking in online the night before, allotting enough time to get to the airport and even going with carry-on baggage to save those precious minutes normally spent tapping toes at baggage claim. However, if you don’t properly research the airports you will be traveling through on the way to your holiday festivities, your seasonal travel days can be nightmares before Christmas. From the number of security checkpoints to the airport amenities, knowing these areas of your airport will help improve the quality of your holiday travels.

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A Better Seat: Four Tips For Scoring a Superior Seat on Long Haul Flights

I boarded my flight home to Denver, a flight that would take around 10 hours from Frankfurt. After sitting down in my economy class seat for a few minutes, I thought the flight would be bearable. And then the seatback in front of me was promptly reclined at cruising altitude, leaving me with around 4 inches of space in between my face and the seat in front of me. Reaching for my bag in front of me looked like a contortionist in action.

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A Better Seat: Four Tips For Scoring a Superior Seat on Long Haul Flights

I boarded my flight home to Denver, a flight that would take around 10 hours from Frankfurt. After sitting down in my economy class seat for a few minutes, I thought the flight would be bearable. And then the seatback in front of me was promptly reclined at cruising altitude, leaving me with around 4 inches of space in between my face and the seat in front of me. Reaching for my bag in front of me looked like a contortionist in action.

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Four Mistakes to Avoid When Booking Car Rentals

Booking hotels and flights can be pretty straightforward. For hotels, you figure out your dates, read reviews and decide just where you want to stay. For flights, you figure out your dates, compare the price of different airlines and decide on the best route. For car rentals, it would seem the booking process is also pretty straightforward. You figure out your dates, price compare and select your company. However, the car rental booking process can be a muddied mess if you aren’t careful. You could end up overpaying for a car you aren’t even using if you fail to pay attention in the booking process. Here are just a few mistakes to avoid when you book car rentals.

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Beating the Travel Clock: Three Apps to Help with Jet Lag

It is a level of fatigue unlike any other. For the first few days of travel, you might be in a strange haze, a state of sleep deprivation and disorientation caused by dramatically changing time zones and schedules. When you are traveling long distances, the last thing you want is to miss out on those travel days due to jet lag. Lying awake at 3AM in Germany for several nights only makes sightseeing all the more difficult in the true waking hours. If you always have trouble with jet lag, it might be time to try a jet lag app to help with the zombie like effects of jet lag.

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