Tips for the Infrequent Flyer
September 27th, 2011 by Mike

I’ve flown hundreds of thousands of miles over the course of my career. This spans flights all over the US and Canada to several European destinations to Australia. And in all of my flying, I’ve learned a few things. If you don’t fly very much, I hope these tips will be helpful to you.

This really stemmed from a picture I saw on my cousin’s Facebook page recently. I saw that he, his wife and daughter were in the very last row of the aircraft, and I just cringed. That’s when it hit me that these folks fly very infrequently and didn’t know that the last row of seats rarely recline.

In the next few blog posts, I plan on taking you through some very important lessons I’ve learned through the years and miles.

  • Airlines are Businesses… Trying to Make Money
  • What’s Important to You?
  • Do Your Homework
  • When to Call a Professional
  • Know Your Aircraft
  • Choosing a Seat
  • Connections, The Good, Bad, and the Ugly
  • The Airport Matters
  • Airport Productivity Time (Surviving Long Layovers)
  • Monogamy Isn’t Just for Sex
  • The Dirty Secret to Frequent Flyer Programs
  • Dealing With Irregularities
  • Why I HATE US Airways

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