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Why the Airline Industry Isn’t Nice

Photo Courtesy of Virgin America

Photo Courtesy of Virgin America

If you’re a frequent traveler, chances are you have felt anger and frustration with an airline at some point in your life. Not known for outstanding customer service, the airline industry consistently ranks amongst the worst business in the world in the court of public opinion. Over the years, the major carriers have cut services, increased fees, reduced leg room, and seemingly have gone out of their way to make the travel experience as unpleasant as possible. But there is a reason why the airlines aren’t know for being nice, and it all comes down to keeping Wall Street, and their investors, as happy as possible.  Continue Reading…

Could You Survive These 10 Longest Flights?


Long-haul flights may sound daunting at first, but the idea of traveling around the world in less than a day trumps enduring over 16 hours in the air. These 10 non-stop flights are considered the longest in the world for 2014, so sit back, relax and don’t forget to fasten your seat belt. Continue Reading…

22 Insane Facts You Probably Don’t Know About Panama

From the cosmopolitan capital to empty islands, coffee farms, and native culture, Panama is a country full of wonder and excitement. And whether you’ve already been to the country known as the “Crossroads of the Americas,” or you’re considering your first trip there, these 22 insane facts will probably have you researching Panama plane tickets today.



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9 Things You Don’t Want to Forget Before Traveling to Mexico


Hopping aboard a plane to Mexico on a cold winter day can be one of the best feelings in the world. But hopping aboard that plane unprepared can lead to some less-than-wonderful feelings upon arrival. Now that your ticket has been purchased, and you’re starting to feel that pre-vacation excitement, follow these nine steps to ensure your trip to Mexico goes off without a glitch. Continue Reading…

Thailand Considering Wristband Trackers for Tourists

Photo Credit: René Ehrhardt via WikiMedia

Photo Credit: René Ehrhardt via WikiMedia

2014 has been a difficult year for the tourism industry in Thailand. Continued political unrest, not to mention a military coup in May, have kept many travelers from visiting the once popular Southeast Asian country, and to make matters worse, in September  a British couple was brutally murdered at a popular resort. In the wake of these challenges, the Thai government is exploring a variety of ways to  improve security for visitors, including the possibility of issuing wristband trackers for tourists.  Continue Reading…