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Sacramento Layover (SMF)

| February 29, 2016 | 1 Comment
Sacramento Layover (SMF)

Stuck on a layover at the Sacramento International Airport (SMF) in California? The Sacramento airport is located approximately 10 miles from downtown, which makes the city a very accessible destination for those stuck on long layovers. If you’re trying to determine whether you can leave the airport during your Sacramento layover, click here for useful tips. If your stuck […]

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Kathy Griffin Flies The Friendly Skies

| April 21, 2011 | 0 Comments
Kathy Griffin Flies The Friendly Skies

Kathy Griffin certainly doesn’t travel like she’s on the D-list! The comedienne ran into actress Holly Robinson Peete on her flight to New Jersey last Friday. “Ya never no what pal u’ll run in to on the plane. Always dishy convo w @Hollyrpeete…” Kathy Tweeted, posting this TwitPic of the two celebrities posing with their […]

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Black Eyed Peas Flying High To The Super Bowl

| February 2, 2011 | 0 Comments
Black Eyed Peas Flying High To The Super Bowl

The Black Eyed Peas set soaring in the friendly skies today to Texas, to prepare for their Super Bowl performance. Will.i.am took to the Twitterverse to document the band’s journey to the Super Bowl, posting various photos of The Black Eyed Peas, including images of Fergie, Apl.de.ap, Taboo and himself. “Fergie on the plane…” Will.i.am […]

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Flying First Class At The Price Of Economy

| May 17, 2010 | 0 Comments
Flying First Class At The Price Of Economy

While everyone would love to fly first class, not everyone can afford it. However, with competition becoming stiffer day by day, airliners have come up with many alluring ways to win loyalties, and upgrades (paid or free) are one of best ways to do that. LayoverGuide.com has some tips and tricks to help maximize your […]

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Getting The Best Plane Seat

| February 28, 2010 | 0 Comments
Getting The Best Plane Seat

The Associate Press wrote a great article on various things to take into account when booking a plane ticket, to ensure you get the best seating possible. There’s a lot of things you can do (especially while on a layover) to do to get the best seating, especially as many seats won’t open up until […]

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Pet Airlines Offers ‘Pawsengers’ A New Way To Fly

| June 4, 2009 | 1 Comment
Pet Airlines Offers ‘Pawsengers’ A New Way To Fly

Do you feel that your pet deserves the same first-class travel opportunities you are afforded in air travel? If so, Pet Airways is the answer you’ve been looking for! For prices starting at $149 each way, the pet-friendly airline offers pet-exclusive flights from Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, New York and Washington, D.C. starting July 14th. […]

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Air Travel Tips Amidst Swine Flu Fears

| April 29, 2009 | 0 Comments
Air Travel Tips Amidst Swine Flu Fears

Amidst fears of the spread of swine flu, many travelers are left wondering what to do when it comes to air travel. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued this release Tuesday to assist airline flight deck and cabin crew in identifying passengers who may have the Swine Flu: During the swine influenza outbreak, […]

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Traveling By Plane With Diabetes

| March 4, 2009 | 0 Comments
Traveling By Plane With Diabetes

DLife.com posted some great tips on flying with diabetes: * Ask for an aisle seat if you will use the restroom for insulin injections. * Get your ticket and seat early to prevent bumping. * If traveling alone, tell the flight attendant you have diabetes. * Keep your diabetes medicines with you, don’t store them […]

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How You Can ‘Expect Delays’

| December 17, 2008 | 0 Comments
How You Can ‘Expect Delays’

To help you have a better idea of whether you’re flight is on time, you can of course always call your particular airline to check. Another resource is the website www.expectdelays.com which offers an interactive map that is color-coded to let you know of airports that are are on time, running in late intervasls of 16-30, 31-45, and […]

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