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Have International Travel Fever? Here’s How to Book a Hotel in Japan

Traveling abroad can get very expensive when it comes down to finding a hotel. Discover here how to find cheap hotels in Japan. Have you been thinking about jumping on a long-haul flight for Japan? You’d be right in thinking that it’s the perfect place for a vacation. Japan sees more than 28 million tourists per year. This culturally rich country has more than just cherry blossoms and karate. Japan is famous for its cultural arts, calligraphy, and world-renowned flower…

Reasons to Travel: 5 Undeniable Reasons Why Traveling is Good…

If you love traveling, then you probably don't need any more reasons to travel. But just in case, read on to learn how traveling benefits your health! Deciding to take a trip can sometimes feel pretty unimportant. Yeah, you could go but, if things get too busy at the office,…

Opinion: Why Southwest Airlines Matters — A Five-Part Series

As the battle between ultra-low-cost carriers and legacy carriers in the United States continues, few have taken time to pause and reflect on how Southwest Airlines, the largest domestic airline based on passengers flown in the U.S. in 2017, continues to thrive. This five-part series will discuss the overall state…

A Virgin Farewell: What It Was Like to Go Behind-the-Scenes…

At midnight on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, the airline business lost another brand that helped to change and revolutionize the industry. On this day, the Virgin America brand was retired by Alaska Airlines, who had purchased Virgin America in 2016. Because of Virgin America’s innovative ideas, the airline had a…

“Superb Owl” Photoshop of MSP Tram Raises Eyebrows, Awareness

Many public spaces in the Twin Cities are covered in advertising promoting this weekend’s Super Bowl, and Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport is no exception. The airport’s Poma-Otis trams feature large “Super Bowl LII” ad wraps. Local aviation enthusiast John Newsome was watching airplanes from the MSP Terminal 1 parking ramp…

Trip Report: Comparing the Airbus A321s of America’s Ultra Low-Cost…

Towards the middle of October, my family and I started to flesh out our plans for Thanksgiving. With my sister and I attending college in Boca Raton, Florida, and the rest of our family living in New Jersey, it meant we had to start searching for airfare to get home…

A First-Hand Perspective: Onboard KLM’s Final Fokker 70 Flight from…

On Saturday, I was privileged enough to be a passenger on the final Fokker flight by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. The first Fokker 70 flight flown by KLM was on Sep. 30, 1920, from Amsterdam to London. KLM chose the return from London to be the final flight for the…

A Queen’s Goodbye: Ferrying a Boeing 747 to Its Final…

Halfway over the Pacific, I'm sitting in seat 6A, which is not the normal seat for me. Usually I'm on the upper deck, front row, right seat, monitoring the systems and instruments of this Boeing 747-400, but today is no ordinary day. We started this trip in Taipei, noon on…

A Look Inside American’s New Flagship Experience at Chicago O’hare

On Tuesday evening , American Airlines held an event celebrating the opening of their new Flagship Lounge at Chicago O’Hare (ORD). While the lounge doesn’t open until 3:30 a.m. on Sept. 14, 2017, this event provided top-tier customers and media a chance to check out the new experience. Flagship First…

EVA Air Celebrates Boeing 747 Legacy, Unveils New Uniforms

For decades, the Boeing 747-400 has been the backbone of fleets around the globe, including EVA Air. As more advance technology and fuel efficient aircraft come into play, EVA’s last Boeing 747-400 passenger jumbo jet (B-16411) made its final commercial flight as BR892 from Hong Kong back to Taipei on…