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29/11/2008 – The Weekly Round Up : Flying With Fish Gets A New Home : American Travelers Most Annoying? Travel Security Revisited : Photographer = Security Threat? : Is The ‘No Fly List’ Relevant?
This week Flying With Fish picked up and moved to a new home. The transition bringing Flying With Fish over to Boarding Area was smooth and uneventful, just as I had planned. Why did I accept the offer to move Flying With Fish to a new home? Because Boarding Area is home to some of the best travel blogs anywhere. Boarding Area was also created by the same folks who created FlyerTalk, InsideFlyer and WebFlyer. The choice to move was an easy one…hopefully the new home will allow Flying With Fish to grow and continue to be a consistent source of travel information for those on the road. For more information on the move, visit this post: 25/11/2008 – Welcome To Flying With Fish’s New Home On Boarding Area!
This week kicked off discussing one of my favourite travel resources, AeroChannel. AeroChannel is a great site to find current information on airline travel, and to get all your airport travel information when headed out on a trip. Interested in finding out more about why I like AeroChannel? Read: 24/11/2008 – Taking To The Skies For Thanksgiving? Checkout AeroChannel.com
When you travel do you find one ‘nationality’ of traveller more annoying than other ‘nationality’ of traveller? Well a recent survey of 8,931 international travellers finds Americans to overwhelmingly be the most annoying travellers. Find out who else global travellers found to be annoying here: 24/11/2008 – Are Americans The Most Annoying Travelers? Recent Survey Says Yes!
The Department of Homeland Security’s ‘No Fly List’ is wrought with problems. Interested in finding out how a four-year-old flyer highlights these problems? Check out this post: 25/11/2008 – The No Fly List. The TSA. The Glaring Problems Highlighted By A Four Year Old.
This week marked the start of the Holiday Season. The Holiday Season brings out airport thieves who blend in, mingle, and victimize unsuspecting travelers in transit. For the start of the Holiday Season I revisited two important travel topics this week, how to avoid being an airport thief’s target and the anatomy of an airport security checkpoint. Read these two important entries here:
26/11/2008 – Holiday Season Airport Security Reminder – Part 1 of 2 : Don’t Be An Airport Thief’s Target
26/11/2008 – Holiday Season Airport Security Reminder – Part 2 of 2 : Anatomy Of An Airport Security Checkpoint
When did photographers become a security threat? When did we move anti-terrorism campaigns decide that photographers are serious targets? Explore this increasing problem here: 29/11/2008 – Travelling Photographer = Security Threat?
………That’s it for this week.