Travel is a multi-trillion dollar industry.  There are so many things to do and places to see that fall under the travel blanket.  You can travel to a local B and B or clear across the world and it would all help to bolster the industry.  When most people travel, there is a sense of pleasure and escape.  However there are people that must travel for business or unexpected situations that might not experience that same sense of freedom or pleasure as the vacationer.  My articles will focus on the traveler that goes for fun or enjoyment with some ideas that maybe you haven’t thought of and tips that may make it easier, especially when flying to your destination.  As a person who worked for a few airlines with both domestic and international flights, I’ve learned a few things along the way and have seen all kinds of things, to say the least.

-Domestic Travel (Within the United States)

-International Travel (Everywhere else)

-Traveling Tips and Flying In General

-Baggage Do’s and Don’ts

-Children Traveling Alone (and Infants)

Although the last point may not seem enjoyable to some, to the children that are traveling for summer vacation or going to Grandma’s house, there are important things that everyone should think about and have arranged which will make the child’s vacation much more enjoyable and less stressful.

These articles will be short blurbs that will be to the point and hopefully pass on some helpful tips to make any travel that anyone may take in the future a little more fun, or at least less chaotic.  Be sure to check back for the full mini-series to get an overall view of some helpful travel tips.

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