Airlines

Great Views Flying Into Washington National Airport on a Sunny Day

May 6, 2015

On Monday afternoon this week I was flying into Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Alexandria, Virginia on United Airlines. While I’ve been on many, many flights into Washington National Airport (DCA), the views on my flight this week were spectacular. In the photo above, you can see the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, the National Mall, […]

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Southwest Airlines Introduces Missouri One to Its Fleet in Kansas City Today

April 15, 2015

I’ve been flying on Southwest Airlines out of Kansas City since 1987, when I was in college at the University of Missouri. I’d won a week-long trip to Chicago for a Direct Marketing Conference, but in the middle of that conference, I needed to be in Columbia, Missouri for a few hours for the Tap Day celebration. […]

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Flying Internationally from the U.S. with Diabetic Medications and Supplies

April 14, 2015

I received several questions from a man flying internationally this summer. He is a diabetic and needs to take two weeks work of medications and related supplies with him on his flights on Delta Air Lines to Ireland. Here are his questions: Regarding medications, I am a diabetic and with being gone for two weeks, I will […]

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How to Get a Deal on a 1-Way Flight To or From Europe

April 2, 2015

We decided to take a transatlantic cruise this November from Barcelona to Ft. Lauderdale. Mr. Jones was able to get us 1-way business-class frequent flier tickets through the Star Alliance. We convinced some friends who live in Florida to consider joining us for the cruise. Purchasing 1-way airline tickets from the U.S. to Europe is generally expensive. A 1-way […]

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