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Travel Etiquette : Don’t Put Your Feet In The Air & Wave ’em Like You Just Don’t Care

It has been a few months since I last wrote about passenger etiquette, but my flight home from London this past week reminded me that some passengers lack any sense of etiquette regardless of the class of service they are seated in.   This past Tuesday as I got settled into seat 10J, in business…

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British Airways’ New First Class … a whole new experience

Over the past few years I have had the pleasure of flying first class on long haul flights with a number of world-class airlines, including Lufthansa, Asiana, Virgin Atlantic, Air France, Swiss International Air Lines, Korean Air, United Airlines and Gulf Air … but this afternoon at London’s Heathrow Airport as I walked towards security…

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iPhone App of the Week : All Subway

One of the easiest ways to get around most major cities is the subway. If you’re like millions of travelers out there you’re a subway snob … I admit it, I am a subway snob. Subway vs Bus, subway wins each every time. One of the first rules of traveling the subway seems to be…

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San Francisco International Airport Takes On “The Other Airport”

Most people never give a second though to an airport as a business, airports are seen as a building or series of buildings that planes come & go from. In reality airports are businesses and competition can be brutal for passengers dollars and airline revenue fees. Airports need to advertise themselves, differentiate themselves and create…

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Can A Change In London Heathrow’s Approach Optimize Its Current Potential?

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com— E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 7/12/2009 – Can A Change In London Heathrow’s Approach Optimize Its Current Potential? Can a simple change in an approach pattern reduce the carbon emissions for London’s Heathrow airport, reduce its air traffic grid-lock, eliminate the airport’s need for a 3rd active runway and extend the airport’s hours of operation to…

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Manchester International Airport…an airport for clean freak flyers

Web: www.twitter.com/flyingwithfish— E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 6/12/2009 – Manchester International Airport…an airport for clean freak flyers When it comes to needing to use the ‘room-for-one’ I detest airports, train stations, airplanes trains…and pretty much anywhere else. As a traveller I may not be organized, but I tend to be a clean-freak. So for those of you who…

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Top 5 Best Airports To Sleep In

Web: www.twitter.com/flyingwithfish — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 10/06/2009 – Top 5 Best Airports To Sleep In Any regular reader of Flying With Fish will probably know by now that I am cheap and prefer to skip hotels when I have less than a 9 hour wait for flight. Done with work at 10:00pm and my flight home…

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The Airfare Discrepancy: What You See Is Not What You Get…Its Not Just Low Cost Carriers

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 30/05/2009 – The Airfare Discrepancy: What You See Is Not What You Get…Its Not Just Low Cost Carriers Earlier this month I wrote about ‘The Real Coast Of Some Low Cost Carriers’ in this post: 18/05/2009 – Ryanair’s New Fee To ‘Check In’ & The Real Cost Of Some Low…

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Anti-Trust Immunity, Airline Alliances & You

Web: www.thetravelstrategist.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 08/04/2009 – Anti-Trust Immunity, Airline Alliances & You I am sure that very few people ever give a second thought to anti-trust laws, international airlines alliance and how it could possibly affect them. If you are a frequent flyer, this issue does affect you, even if you do not realize…

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