FlySafe is a Google Chrome extension that tells travelers which airlines are taking the best measures to protect their passengers’ health. Something much needed in this day and age.
Take it as a sign of the times! Do what you gotta do and make yourself one.
One Mile at a Time recently posted this neat little tidbit: Today, Turkish Airlines flight TK1920 drew the Turkish national flag to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey.
In order to contain the spread of coronavirus, the Department of Homeland Security has issued the heaviest travel restrictions for those traveling between the U.S., China, Iran and Europe.
Great for racking up some quick miles on one of the best frequent flyer programs for flight redemptions.
Most travelers know it is possible to cancel a flight for free within 24 hours inside the U.S., but most don’t know it is also possible to do for flights departing outside the U.S.
Finally, a little bit of tech-forwardness. Twitter customer service is so dead.
I almost dumped a guy once upon discovering that he loved to check in luggage.1
Anyone remember that insane iPass deal for unlimited inflight Wi-Fi for just $10 per month that no one can get anymore?
Here’s how to beat the jerks at their own game. Basic economy, take that!