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7 Tips For the Solo Traveller

You left you at the SeaTac parking lot and you’re ready to begin your flight. Whether you’ve flown before or you are new to the game, these are seven tips to get the most out of your solo traveling experience.   Bring a Week of Entertainment   Layovers and ten-hour flights are mind-numbing enough. If […]

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Strange Items You Didn’t Know Were Banned On Planes

For over fifteen years, we’ve seen more and more items banned in airports (and for good reason), but some of them have just been plain weird. You may not know about some of them, and may run into trouble at the gate. Fortunately, we’re here to warn you ahead of time. Batteries If you have […]

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7 Common Mistakes When Packing For Air Travel

Carry-on Bag Size There are different regulations for air travel and carry-on bag sizes. What works on international flights may not work on domestic flights. Forgetting to Double-Check Flying to and from different time zones can be frustrating, because we often make mistakes and don’t pack ahead of time. Remember to check your tickets, your […]

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Top 4 Reasons to Book an Off-Site Parking Lot

One of the worst possible things you can do is park your car in an open area with no monitoring whatsoever. Especially when we’re talking about overnight SeaTac Parking—you’re risking your entire vehicle, if not only the contents in it, all for nothing. These are the top reasons to park off-site. Personal Injury The small […]

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Simple Flight Essentials You Need

It’s a strategic, pivotal moment: you’re packing for your next flight, and it’s always a hassle. Fortunately, you have this little secret weapon—our list that’s going to keep you sane and keep you only bringing the essentials. Check it out. Lightweight Clothing Head to the store and pick up some Hanes t-shirts; lightweight and airy, […]

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How To Pack Light For Your Next Flight

Traveling, whether it’s around the holidays, for a weekend conference, or if your job demands it, is a stressful process. It’s even worse when you’re flying multiple times every month. Packing light is the essential survival instinct of the frequent flyer. Go carry-on, or stay home, because it’s going to take you absolute ages. Here’s […]

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10 Holiday Travel Tips for Surviving Air Travel

It’s coming up soon. It’s the most notorious time of the year: holiday airfare season. Not everybody wants to head home for the holidays, but absolutely nobody wants to get stuck in the holiday rush. These holiday travel tips we have in store for you may just be a lifesaver if you use them properly. […]

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When is the Best Time to Buy Airline Tickets?

There’s a whole strategy that you may or may not be aware of: getting the best price on airline tickets, with the least hassle, is an art that few of us have been able to master. It’s tricky, but with due diligence, you can learn this set of air travel tips and apply them to […]

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How To: Pack Light for Your Next Flight

Flying has become almost an a la cart experience these days. With fees for everything from an emergency exit row seat to each bag you bring on the airlines are trying to make profit through charging for each part of the experience. While it has always been a good idea to have a solid carry-on, […]

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Things to Do When Your Flight is Delayed

Flight delays are an unfortunate part of today’s world. Unfortunately, many of them aren’t found out about until after we arrive at the airport. The best flight plans, including off-site airport parking such as at Ajax Parking R US at SeaTac, can be ruined by an unexpected flight delay after arriving. If this happens to […]

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