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Iraqi Airways Flies Into A Legal Battle As It Returns To London After 20 Years

Two days ago a historic moment occurred at London’s Gatwick International Airport … however it happened a nine days later than planned considering much of Europe’s airspace had been closed due to a volcanic ash cloud. On Sunday afternoon an Iraqi Airways Boeing 737-400 (operated by Tor Air) touched down at London Gatwick Airport (LGW)…

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Reader Mail : What Is The Difference Between Customs & Immigrations At The Airport?

This week’s Reader Mail comes from Molly in Ireland who asks “Immigrations and customs seem to be used interchangeably at the airport. I’ve notice when entering many countries they wear the same uniform. Is there a difference?” Well Molly … While many nations have merged Immigrations and Customs into one larger agency, such as US…

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iPhone App of the Week : Nikon Learn & Explore

Traveling is the perfect environment for the burgeoning photographer. Breaking free from what is known and commonplace stokes a traveler’s sense of adventure and a desire to capture and record those moments is only natural. While I may find using my camera equipment second nature having spent my teenage years learning to be a photographer…

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iPhone App of the Week : The Currency Converter

Knowing the value of a Dollar (Pound, Euro, Dinar, Yen, etc) is an important lesson many of us learn as children. On the road knowing the value of your currency is equally important. When using a currency converter it is imperative that the tools be able to give you an accurate exchange rate as well…

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iPhone App Of The Week : MetrO

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 1/10/2009 – iPhone App Of The Week : MetrO Traveling to new cities is fun but it can also be stressful when seeking to use public transit to navigate the new cities you find yourself in.  If you’re like me you prefer to use a train or a bus rather…

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What Document Copies To Carry & Where To Carry Them While Travelling

Web: www.twitter.com/flyingwithfish — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 02/09/2009 – What Document Copies To Carry & Where To Carry Them While Travelling There are some questions I am asked on a regular basis and some of these questions for whatever reason have never been addressed on Flying With Fish. With this in mind, a regular question I am…

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Hotel Security : The Basics Of Keeping Your Valuables Safe

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 12/08/2009 – Hotel Security : The Basics Of Keeping Your Valuables Safe A few days ago a Saudi Arabian Princess checked into an exclusive hotel in Porto Cervo, Italy. While the Saudi Princess was away from her room for dinner, thieves used a master key from the hotel to enter…

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Travel Security : Don’t Become A Thief’s “Tourist Target”

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 7/08/2009 – Travel Security : Don’t Become A Thief’s “Tourist Target” A significant area of concern that is often overlooked by tourists and travelers in general, when in unfamiliar surroundings is protecting themselves from thieves. The world is a wonderful place to explore, but even it friendly environments there are…

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In-Flight Theft : How Thieves Go Unnoticed On Planes

Web: www.twitter.com/flyingwithfish — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 6/08/2009 – In-Flight Theft : How Thieves Go Unnoticed On Planes As the travel season in the Northern Hemisphere peaks this month, I’d like to revisit the topic of theft in-flight. While this is a topic that virtually every airline would rather I didn’t discuss and is a topic often…

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“Pan Am’s World” : A Film That Takes You Around The World In 24-Minutes

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 13/07/2009 – “Pan Am’s World” : A Film That Takes You Around The World In 24-Minutes Two weeks ago, on the 1st of July Delta Air Lines became the first airline in the United States to fly to all six permanently inhabited continents.  As Delta Air Lines launched its service…

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