Practical Travel Advice

Whether you’re looking to save money, obtain visas or get from “Point A” to “Point B,” these travel articles assist you with the practical aspects of travel.

Dutch Apple Pie with the Queen of the Skies

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My experience with KLM’s World Business Class, aboard its aging (but still regal) 747, completely exceeded my expectations.

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Here’s How Poland Does Luxury Air Travel

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Learn more about my experience flying business on LOT Polish Airways, and also how I booked the journey using miles and points.

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4 Tips to Avoid Looking Like a Tourist

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Want to increase your travel smarts? Check out these four priceless tips to avoid looking like a tourist, courtesy of FlightHub.

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Will Berlin’s New Airport Ever Open?

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It’s anyone’s guess when Berlin’s new airport will open—or if it ever will.

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Change and Leaving

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2016 was a year I came to define by others’ milestones more than my own.

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Why Are There No Nonstop Flights from the U.S. to Thailand?

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No nonstop flights between the U.S. and Thailand exist, on Thai Airways or on any other airline.

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How to Choose an Airline Alliance in 2017

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As individual airlines (particularly U.S. ones) slash benefits in a race for the bottom, alliance loyalty has become more complicated than it once was.

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Why Are There No Nonstop Flights from the U.S. to Vietnam?

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Here’s a fact that might surprise you: Los Angeles to Ho Chi Minh City is the busiest unserved air route in the world.

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