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  • November 21, 2014
    AirAsia will launch a monthly flight pass for travel within ASEAN countries

    Low-cost carrier AirAsia plans to launch a AirAsia ASEAN Pass that will allow travelers to fly to 10 different destinations in Southeast Asia in one month for RM499 (approx $150). This does not include airport taxes. Going on sale from January 15, 2015, this pass involves a credit based system for flights within ASEAN countries […]

  • November 12, 2014
    New rules for compensation for flight delay favors passengers (E.U. only)

    Favoring passengers, re-defining flight arrival time is a part of the new rules that the European Court of Justice has implemented. The rule says that the actual arrival time of an aircraft at its destination is defined by when at least one aircraft door is opened. This ruling has particular significance for passengers who seek […]

  • November 5, 2014
    Fly over 35 times free on Southwest with this trick

    Million Mile Secret has this awesome post on signing up for 3 Southwest Chase credit cards (you only have to do 2), and get enough points to fly 35 times for free, depending on your flights. So what’s the deal? All 4 versions of the Chase Southwest credit cards are offering a 50,000 point sign-up […]

  • October 26, 2014
    Put a longer hold time on your domestic flight seat with this website

    It’s a general rule for most airlines to allow you to put a free 24-hour hold on your tickets, but often times that’s too less of a time to finalize the other parts of your travel plans. But Options Away allows you to put a longer hold on your tickets for a small fee. With […]

  • October 16, 2014
    What it’s like to fly the $23,000 Singapore Airlines Suites Class

    Originally published at In 2008, Singapore Airlines introduced their Suites Class, the most luxurious class of flying that is commercially available. The Suites were exclusive to their flagship Airbus A380, and they go beyond flat beds by offering enclosed private cabins with sliding doors that cocoon you in your own little lap of luxury. […]

  • October 14, 2014
    Difference between non-stop, direct & connecting flights

    While you’re booking your next travel, you come across the two terms – non-stop flight and direct flights – and although they sound the same, they aren’t. Non-stop Flights A non-stop flight is a single flight between two airports with no stops in between. Most travelers prefer non-stop flights because they are the fastest, but […]

  • October 3, 2014
    And the airline with the most leg-space is… (U.S. only)

    Almost 21% of respondents said that JetBlue has the best coach seats, grabbing the crown from the major airlines that didn’t even come in near the top. Next up was Alaska Airlines (17%), Hawaiian Airlines (14%) and Frontier (13%). Falling toward the bottom were the rest of the U.S. carriers, who all came in with […]

  • September 23, 2014
    Airline rules for flying with babies

    If you have an infant under 2 years during your flight, then we all know how stressful it can be. But knowing the rules and expenses can help you better choose an airline. This infographic from Skyscanner tells you the charge for an infant under 2 years, items that can be carried for free in […]

  • June 22, 2014
    This brutally honest Indian video gives an idea of state of flying today

    A spoof Indian airline video gives you quite an distinctive reality of what involves when you’re flying any airline today. This brilliant video called “Honest Indian Flights” details the nuances of being Indian and the Indian flying attitude in low-cost budget airlines. Although some parts of the video are in Hindi, you can turn on […]

  • June 14, 2014
    These are the best and worst times to avoid airline delays

    We all dislike delays in flights and they are not uncommon. After analyzing numbers from the Buerau of Transportation Statistics, Nate Silver at FiveThirtyEight has determined the worst time to fly and the best time to avoid delays. Aviation system delays peak in the mid-to-late afternoon, when the transit system is at its fullest capacity. […]

  • June 3, 2014
    British Airways goofs-up in handling passengers needs

    Last year in October, Mr. Jay Shah narrated his ordeal in dealing with Air France and his experience with their Paris staff, and now Snigdha Jain outlines her experience in London where British Airways staff behaved rudely and perhaps racially in handling their tickets for a flight from London to Mumbai. Flying out of New […]

  • May 29, 2014
    How much exactly does it cost to fly?

    Governments across the world, especially U.S. Department of Transport, have proposed laws for airlines to disclose all the fees at the time of purchase of tickets. But there are other airline fees for amenities such as luggage, snacks, and WiFi, that are not included in the ticket price. And adding them can significantly increase the […]

  • May 28, 2014
    Earn miles when this airline flies over you

    How does an airline promote the free 5 million miles they have released to grab? By making users download their free iOS app. So here’s what Russian airline S7 came up with – a fantastic way to promote use of its apps and give users points redeemable through its loyalty program. All you have to […]

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